Located in the Andaman Sea, Mu Koh Surin consists of five islands including, Koh Ri, Koh Kai, Koh Klang and two large islands, Koh Surin Neua, Koh Surin Tai. It takes about 1.30 hours traveling by a speed boat from Kuraburi harbor, Phang Nga. In addition to green forests, the crystal-clear sea water and white sand beaches, Mu Koh Surin is a primary snorkeling spot providing a number of clownfish and rare sea turtles. Furthermore, visitors can easily travel to Mu Koh Similan, the nearby islands, to explore one of the best places for Manta Ray observations.
The best months for visiting Mu Koh Surin National Park are from December to March. Chong Khao Khad is the best spot for observing schools of clownfish while Tor Rin La Bay is the best place to see the sea turtles.
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