The national park of the Similan Islands is located in southern Thailand, 50 kilometres west of Khao Lak. It is considered the best place in Thailand for divers. The islands were created by upwellings of hot magma during the Tertiary-Cretaceous period some 65 million years ago, then smoothed by glacial ice and the erosion by the sea. The coral reefs are about 5,000 years old and hence the oldest in Thailand. In 1982, the national park was established and now it is scheduled to become a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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