Phang Nga –
The Mu-Ko Surin National Park in Phang Nga, north of Phuket, is to be temporarily closed to tourism.
The Mu-Ko Surin National Park has announced their annual closure from May 16th to October 14th every year as part of the beginning of monsoon season and for environmental restoration.
They will be opened to tourism again from October 15th to May 15th every year. They have many activities and places to visit in the area of the national park such as snorkeling, diving, natural trails, watching birds, visiting Morgan Village, Ao Chong Khad, and Mai Ngam Beach.
Meanwhile several islands in the area of Mu-Ko Lanta National Park in Krabi, next to Phang Nga are to be closed for tourism temporarily for varied periods of time to allow the environment to recover.