Kilim Geoforest Park

Spread over an area of 100 square kilometres, the Kilim Geoforest Park features spectacular limestone formations, secret caves with stalagmites and stalactites, dense mangrove forests and hidden lagoons. The Kilim River winds its way through this breathtaking landscape like a silver serpent.

One of the great wildlife parks, Kilim pulsates with life everywhere: brahminy kites soar high in the sky while the mangrove swamp teems with hundreds of bird species, hermit and fiddler crabs, snakes and lizards and countless fish species.

The Hole-In-The-Wall, a narrow passage between the towering limestone cliffs, links the Kilim River to the Andaman Sea.

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