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Car Hire in Phang Nga

An alternative rental location for those travelling in the southern part of Thailand is Phang Nga (in case you did not pick up a Phuket International Airport rental).

CarHirePhuket.com gets you into a vehicle in the heart of the province, and gives you the freedom to explore the beaches of the Andaman Sea as well as the wonderful mountains and jungles of the surrounding region.

Our Phang Nga location offers the best selection of rental vehicles in the area, and offers a selection of cars suitably equipped for any of the varied road conditions can be found here. All-terrain, all-automatic, and all-topless (convertibles) vehicles can be found and booked.

Start now by entering your hire dates, review the best rental deals from top Thai providers, and book great hire deals in Phang Nga.

  • Budget Toyota Yaris Budget Car Hire – Toyota Yaris1.4 Litre, Automatic, Aircon, Radio CD Player, 5 Door, Seats 4
  • Executive Car Hire Executive Car Rental – Nissan Maxima2.2 Litre, Automatic, Aircon, Radio CD Player, 4 Door, Seats 5
  • Luxury Car Hire Luxury Car Hire – Mercedes E-Class3.0 Litre, Aircon, Radio CD Player, 4 Door, Seats 5
  • 7 Seater Car Hire 7 Seat Car Rental – Volkswagen Touran2.5 Litre, Automatic, 4WD, Aircon, Radio CD Player, 5 Door, Seats 7
  • 9 Seater Car Hire 9 Seat Car Rental – Toyota Van2.5 Litre, Automatic, 4WD, Aircon, Radio CD Player, 4 Door, Seats 9
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Pick-Up/Drop-Off Point in Phang Nga

Car Rental Phang Ngarental cars available to hire from the top Thai rental companies operating in Phang Nga district:

  • 9/9, Moo 1,
    Kuk-Kak,
    Phang Nga 82190,
    Thailand

This Car Hire Phuket page contains the Phang Nga car hire pick-up point information. www.carhirephuket.com

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Phang Nga, Southern Thailand’s Nature Reserve

Phang Nga is located just north of Phuket Province, and is renowned for natural and wide ranging beauty: from the roaring surf of James Bond Island (Ko Tapu), to the tops of wild and magical bamboo-forested mountains, Phang Nga offers a bit of nature for all.

Once a part of Burma, Siamese troops expelled the Burmese in 1824, and King Rama II then took the area for his own. In 2004, the Bay of Phang Nga was devastated by the Tsunami disaster, but today the area has fully recovered and has been completely rejuvenated for the tourist market.

From Elephant Cave Trekking to Rock Climbing to Trekking, to Golf and Diving, Phang Nga is the place to be, and is off the beaten track just enough to offer unspoiled land and seascapes that rival any other on the planet.

And to appease the taste buds, this part of Thailand is well known for spicy curries and Indian-style biryayani, with Panyi Island most famous for spicy shrimp paste and baked fish cakes.

An elephant ride in Phang Nga, Thailand
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Things To Do in Phang Nga

As Phang Nga is a natural wonderland, one would expect the outdoors to prevail and to offer the best in outdoor adventure (below are just a few to get you started), however, it should be noted that Phang Nga also offers a laid back nightlife similar to the one found at Krabi, where one can find beer bars and live music sprinkled amongst the turquoise bays and fresh sand beaches.

Ao Phang-nga National Park on Phang-nga Bay has long been a national park treasure and offers scenic views of massive limestone formations all along the shores of the white sand beaches. There is also a number of water caves in the area, as well as mangroves and many small islands to visit.

Mu Ko Similan National Park is another national park that offers a group of small islands to explore, and is a favorite site amongst divers of all ages and of all skill sets.

Khao Lampi-Hat Thai Mueang National Park covers 18,000 acres and attracts tourists who love waterfalls, as there are several large and multi-tiered falls that run year round. The park also hosts the annual Sea Turtle Festival, where one can see and even help the hatchlings make it to the safety of the sea.

Wat Suwannakhuha and Wat Rat Uppatham are both temples nestled amongst mountains and caves, where one can find great trekking as well as statues of goddesses and images of Buddha and royalty etched into the cave walls.

Wat temple in Phang Nga, Southern Thailand

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Explore Spectacular Caves and Islands by Sea Canoe

If you’re looking for something different, but at the same time so memorable that it might define your stay here in Phuket, then John Gray’s Sea Canoe is the real-deal. From Phuket you can choose day trips including “Hong by Starlight or a Day in the Islands, and multi-day expeditions are also available. If you’re in doubt check out the press coverage published on the site.

Website: John Gray’s Sea Canoe.

John Grey Sea Canoe - Kayak around Phang Nga bay and Andaman Islands
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