Hat Chao Mai National Park : Trang, Thailand

Hat Chao Mai National Park was proclaimed a marine national park on 14 October 1982, covers the 2 districts of Kantang and Sikao, Trang Province. The park headquarters is situated at Chang Lang Beach in Tambon Mai Fat, approximately 47 kilometers from the city.

Hat Chao Mai National Park is comprised of Beaches and 7 islands located on the Andaman Sea in Trang Province. The whole area covers two districts, namely Kun Tung District and Si Kao District. The National Park is subdivided into two areas. The first area is a famous tourist attraction covering Pak Meng Beach, Yao Beach, Yao Beach, Yong Ling Beach, San Beach, Chao Mai Beach, while the second one occupies 7 islands in Trang Province, namely Koh Muk, Koh Kradan, Koh Chueak, Koh Pling, Koh Waen, Koh Meng, and Koh Chao Mai.

For those interested in and wanting to learn about sea grass, located in the park is an institute for sea research focusing on conducting research on sea grass. These flowering plants are integral to the whole ecosystem of the Andaman Sea and are a source of food for dugongs, marine mammals that are on the verge of extinction.

Hat Chao Mai National Park
Location: 142/18 Moo 5 Mai Fat, Sikao District, Trang 92150 Thailand

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