Pak Nam Pran Village
This Village is at the mouth of the river flowing slowly into the sea. It is an ancient town, in which time passes amazingly slowly. Although Phetchakasem Road was cut leading to growth in surrounding areas, this village still smells original fishing lifestyles and is the location of the first National Fisheries Association of Thailand. People passing it will see colorful fishing boats parking near a pier, sand beaches and delicious and well-known seafood shops, including fresh and dried seafood product shops such as fresh and sun dried squid, dried sea fish, dried shrimp and shrimp paste, etc.The first interesting point is a wide range of seafood shops depending on the increasing number of tourists. As local raw materials are always fresh and new, the sea is beautiful and silent and food is worth the taste. Tourists prefer to visit this village to eat food, take photos of fishing villages and savour sea wind. In addition, it is a source of souvenir shops selling real, fresh, clean and high quality seafood. Nearby tourist sites are the Mangrove Nature Trail, “Sirinart Rachini Ecosystem Learning Center”, where a wooden bridge spans for walking and surveying the fertility of forests, Khao Kalok and Hat Naresuan, which is about 7 and 9 km, respectively. It is easily accessible and not far from lodgings in Pran Buri. For further information, please contact Pak Nam Pran Sub-district Administrative Organization, Tel 032-631864.