Mu Koh Lanta National Park Viewpoint - Koh Lanta
Mu Koh Lanta National Park spans over 130 square kilometres and includes islands such as Koh Rok, Koh Ha, Koh Muk and Koh Kradan. On Koh Lanta, the park occupies the southern tip of the island. Home to ancient trees, beautiful beaches and cheeky monkeys, a well worn trail leads you to some of the most stunning views in Thailand.
The two kilometre-long hiking trail winds the through ancient jungle. Home to birds, snakes and fearless attention seeking monkeys, follow the trail to Ta Noad Cape. Stunning beaches straddle the rocky peninsular.
Climb up to the old lighthouse for a stunning view over sheer cliffs and Koh Lanta’s smaller islands. The least rocky beach is good for swimming with lots of fish and shady spots to relax.
While the gates are locked at sundown, you can camp here with permission. There are a couple of fan bungalows available too, and a basic restaurant that closes early.