Approximately 34 km reach from Krabi’s provincial city, Pa Phru or a peat swamp forest of Tha Pom Canal is where freshwater and seawater from nearby mangrove forests meets – the reason behind its name:
Khlong Song Nam, which literally means ‘a canal that features two (kinds of) waters ’.
Featuring a number of water resources originated from Chong Phra Kaeo pool, visitors can either dip into fresh clear water where the base of the pool and roots of Lumphi palms are visible underwater or simmer down on wooden chairs on natural lath-made Tha Pom.
Pa Phru Tha Pom Khlong Song Nam
Location: Baan Nong Jic, Moo 2, Tumbol Kao Kram, Amphoe Mueng Krabi, Krabi, Thailand