Mu Ko Chumphon National Park is a national park of Thailand consisting of a group of islands in the Gulf of Thailand off the coast of, and part of, Chumphon Province, southern Thailand. Its old name was Had Sai Ree. It was renamed "Mu ko Chumphon" and established as a national park in 1989 by the forestry department. The area is about 323.76 square kilometers (125.00 sq mi). Mu Ko Chumphon National Park has many types of natural resources. Its forests, mostly tropical rainforest, are a type found only on the mountain and on large islands. They provide shelter and habitats for many living things.
There are many beautiful islands such as Hat Thung Makham and Hat Sai Ri in Amphoe Mueang, Hat Arunothai in Amphoe Thung Tako, and Hat Tong Khrok in Amphoe Lang Suan. There are nearly 40 islands which have long beaches, white sand, and clear water. There are also many colorful coral reefs which are attractive for swimming, snorkeling and scuba diving. Two of the islands are swiftlets' habitats, the birds' nests being used in birds' nest soup.
*ภาษาไทยในคำชมเชย แปลมาจากภาษาถิ่นของลูกค้า*English translated from client local languages