26th July 2020
The last day & night of the trip I spent in Ranong City, Thailand. Ranong is the most northerly province on Thailand’s Andaman coast, located 568 kilometers from Bangkok.
Ranong is the most northerly province on Thailand’s Andaman coast, located 568 kilometers from Bangkok. Ranong is known for its long rainy season, which lasts for 8 months each year. A mountainous and heavily forested province, Ranong is best known for its capital city of the same name, which serves as a major fishing and trading port. It was originally settled by the Hokkian Chinese, and their strong influence remains evident in the town. Ranong town is also a gateway to Myanmar, with colorful longBoats ferrying produce and people across the narrow divide that separates the two countries.
Walking around Raksa Warin Hot Spring
Driving Around the City
Walking Around Rattanarangsarn Royal Palace King Rama V
Back to Bangkok, Thailand