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Information Chumphon

Chumphon is an old city of Thailand. Chumphon is the entrance
to the southern part of Thailand. Chumporn City
having wonderful seaside beach along about 222 kilometers long,
with nice sea comprise of 30 islands.Chumphon is
a sea coast city parallel to the Gulf of Thailand. It isthe gateway
to other southern provinces. Along more than 200 kilometres of
Chumphons seashore, there are many beautiful and picturesque
beaches.

Chumphon

Still maintaining the natural beauty, the province is best for
those who seek relaxation in the natural and uniquely quiet
atmosphere.Historical documents state that Chumphon was
continuously the locations of many communities since the
pre-historic period, especially in the area near River banks.
Chumphon was also one of the leading trading centers of Siam
(former name of Thailand).Due to being the frontier city, the name
Chumphon is believed to derive from Chumnumphon, which means the
accumulation of forces. Whenever there were movements from
the army,
the soldiers would gather their forces here at this province.

Mu Koh Chumphon National Park are the place where you shouldn’t
miss it. The Great Natural Islands over here
are wonderful. Such as Koh Kula, Koh Ngam Noi, Koh Ngam Yai, Koh
Chora kae, Koh Thong Lang, Koh Tha ley.Chumphon is administratively
divided into 8 Amphoe: Mueang Chumphon, Lang Suan, Sawi, Tha Sae,
Lamae, Phato, Pathio, and Thung Tako.

Thong Lang Island

Bangkok Railway Station (Hua Lamgphong): There are both rapid and
express trains to Chumphon everyday.
For more details, contact at Tel: 1690, 0 2 223 7010, 0 2223 7020
or at Chumphon Station Tel: 0 7751 1103

Hotels and Resorts of Chumphon can be booking online at
Thailandadviser.com, the wide range of Hotels Booking
in Thailand.

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