Koh Pra Thong Information:
Ko Phra Thong is an island in Khura Buri district, Phang Nga
Province, southern Thailand in the Andaman Sea.
It has an area of 88 km² and is separated from the mainland
by a seven metre deep canal.
Ko Phra Thong is the middle link in a chain of three islands.
It is largely flat with expanses of inland savanna.
It has long uninhabited beaches, fringed by coconut palms.
There have always been a number of special natural features
of Ko Phra Thong Island. It fronts onto over eight kilometres of beach
on the Andaman Sea and, in addition, over six kilometres of beach
on a beautiful bay containing small picturesque islands
with rocks and coral for snorkelling. It is only 60 km from the
Surin Islands, Richelieu Rock, and only slightly further to
the Similan Islands. All are renowned diving locations.
The island is part of the Mu Ko Ra–Ko Phra Thong National Park,
established in 2001
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