Takua Thung is a district located in the Phang Nga province of southern Thailand, just across the causeway from Phuket Island. The district is known for its scenic landscapes and natural beauty, including limestone cliffs, pristine beaches, and lush jungles. The district is also home to several tourist attractions, including the famous Khao Lak-Lam Ru National Park, which features waterfalls, hot springs, and wildlife, and Natai Beach, which is a popular area for luxury properties and resorts.
Takua Thung is also a popular spot for diving and snorkeling, with many dive sites accessible by boat from Tab Lamu Pier. Additionally, the district is home to several Buddhist temples, including Wat Suwan Khiri Khet and Wat Khao Rang, which offer visitors a glimpse into the local culture and history.