Located in Thalang District, approximately 20 kilometers from Phuket City, the sanctuary covers an area of 13,925 rai (5,570 acres) of rich and fertile land which is home to several types of wild animals.The compound was declared a wildlife sanctuary in July 1969.
The special Palm called Chao Mueang Thalang Palm (Lang Khao Palm) can only be seen here. Major attractions in the sanctuary include: Namtok Ton Sai: The waterfall is located approximately 22 kilometers from the town. A relatively small waterfall that looks its best in the rainy season, Namtok Ton Sai is shaded by big and small trees which make it ideal for relaxation.
To get there from Thepkasattri Road, turn left at Amphoe Thalang intersection and proceed for approximately 3 kilometers. Call 076 311998 for more information. Namtok Bang Pae: A relatively small cascade located amidst the dense woods, the waterfall is also home to the Gibbon Rehabilitation Center.
To get there from the town, follow the route to the Two Heroines Monument, then turn right to Tambon Pa Khlok and proceed for approximately 7 kilometers. For nature enthusiasts, the sanctuary has mapped out some walking trails. Further information may be obtained from the Nature Study Center.