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Thale Ban National Park
Thale Ban National Park
Thale Ban National Park
Location : Amphoe Kwuan Doan and Amphoe Mueang
Thale Ban National Park was declared as the 20th National Park in Thailand on 27th October 1980. The park encompasses a total area of 196km2. Thaleban is approximately 1,000 km south of Bangkok, in the province of Satun. The park covers the mountainous border area between Satun province, Thailand and Perlis state, Malaysia.

The park headquaters are located in a valley which runs through the mountains, and is situated only 2kms from the border. This valley is a historic link between the two countries and this has influenced the development of the area by mixing Malaysian with the original Thai culture. The names of many park locations are actually Malaysian in origin.

Talaybun National Park is situated between Amphoe Kwuan Doan and Amphoe Mueang, Satun Province, with the following adjacent territory
• Facing Tu Yoh Canal, Tambon Wangprachan, Kwuan Doan District, Satun province
• Bordering Sadao District, Songkhla province
• Bordering the Malaysian State of Perlis
• Facing the Andaman Sea, Indian Ocean
How to get there

By Car
From Bangkok, take Petchakasem Highway to Suratthani then take Highway No. 4 to Rattaphum District, Songkhla province then take Highway No.406 to Kuan Doan District then take the Thai-Malaysian Border Road No. 4184.

By Plane
There is no direct flight to Satun. The trip by air can be made via Hat Yai Airport then taking a Hat Yai – Satun van to Kuoan Sator junction. The van leaves every hour from 06.00 am. – 07.00 pm. at 60 Baht/person. Buses from Hat Yai – Satun leaves every 15 minutes from 06.00 am. – 06.30 pm. at 38 Baht/person for air-conditioned bus and 35 Baht/person for standard bus.

By Train
Visitors can take a Bangkok-Hat Yai train and get off at the Hat Yai Train Station, continue on to the National Park as by Car.

By Bus
There are buses from Bangkok to Satun daily and the distance from Bangkok to Satun is 973 km or approximately 11hours. The cost for standard bus is 556 Baht.

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