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3 miles from ao Nang, Krabi

AO NAM MAO. 8° 00.586N, 98° 50.619E

This anchorage provides reasonable shelter, particularly during wind or swells from the west, and is the one used by supply boats from Krabi town that service the hotels and bungalows on the rock-enclosed peninsula.

The headland to the east is the famous fossil shell beach locally known as the Su San hoi which has huge slabs that look like poured concrete embedded with 75 million-year-old shells.

You can tie your dinghy to the new jetty that extends out past the low water mark at the southern end and walk ashore.

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