• Chumphon National Museum 11:30 AM
• Wat Phra Borommathat Sawi 02:30 PM
• Krom Luang Chumphon Khet Udomsak Shrine 04:00 PM
• Residence of the Governor of Ranong 02:00 PM.
• FarmHouse Hotel Ranong 04:00 PM.
• Keing Lay Restaurant & SEA SWAN - Happiness Space 05:30 PM.
• 100 Years Thein Suek House 9.00 AM.
• Raksa Warin Hot Spring 10.30 AM.
• Khun Lin Restaurant 11.00 AM.
Chumphon National Museum was constructed in the year 1995. It's a two-story building situated on a 7-rais plot of land. The main focus of the museum is to exhibit the history of Chumphon Province, primarily on the second floor. This floor is divided into 8 sections, including: Chumphon Province in the present day, the prehistoric history of Chumphon, developments during the early history of Chumphon, Chumphon during historical times, Chumphon and World War II, natural history and heritage of Chumphon Province, the royal history and royal duties of His Royal Highness Admiral Prince Abhakara Kiartivongse, Prince of Chumphon, and Chumphon and Typhoon Gay.
Wat Phra Borommathat Sawi was registered as a national archaeological site on December 21, 2001. Legend has it that in the year 1260, King Sri Thammasokaraj stayed at an abandoned temple within this area. He encountered a flock of crows and heard their cries atop a brick mound. The king ordered the bricks to be removed and discovered a casket containing Buddha's ashes. A new stupa was then constructed and named "Phra Borommathat Kawi Pheek," later shortened to "Phra Borommathat Kawi," and eventually transformed into "Phra Borommathat Sawi". This stupa is characterized by its golden spire, standing 70 meters tall, housing Buddha's ashes inside. Additionally, a museum in front of the stupa is open for visitors every day from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM.
Krom Luang Chumphon Khet Udomsak Shrine located on the northern slope of Sairee Beach, is designed in the form of a replica warship, measuring 29 meters in width, 79 meters in length, and 6 meters in height. It serves as a memorial for His Royal Highness Admiral Prince Abhakara of Chumphon. In that area, there are other points of interest such as the Krom Luang Chumphon Khet Udomsak Shrine (new building), the Krom Luang Chumphon Khet Udomsak Shrine (old building), and the Herbal Garden of Doctor Porn. You can visit these places for free every day from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM.
Residence of the Governor of Ranong was founded in the year 1877 AD by Phraya Rattana Setthi (Khaw Sim Kong), who gave it to Phraya Damrong Sucharit Maha Sakhon (Khosu Chiang), the first governor of Ranong. It served as the repository of the lineage history of the Na Ranong family and was used in ancestral worship ceremonies according to tradition. Additionally, it houses other significant items, such as a plaque with Chinese characters that translate to "Rising Sun," and a stone inscription from King Chulalongkorn (Rama V), open for public visiting every day from 07:00 to 18:00.
FarmHouse Hotel Ranong is located in Ranong City, on Ruangrat Road. They offer many kinds of food and drinks. In the mornings, they serve a unique buffet-style breakfast. In the evenings, there are live music performances and activities on the hotel's front street.
Keing Lay Restaurant is a seafood restaurant situated along the beach, close to the Ranong Pier. Some of their recommended dishes include Stir-fried Vermicelli with Water Mimosa with Soft-Shell Crab, Jumbo Red Frog Crab, and Mysid Shrimp Salad.
SEA SWAN - Happiness Space is a cozy cafe conveniently located near Keing Lay Restaurant, offering a variety of drinks, pastries, and even food.
100 Years Thein Suek House is an ancient residence with a long history dating back a century. Inside this house, there are many valuable items worth visiting, such as the Thein Suek sign, old wooden beds, old wooden chairs, photographs of Mahitala Dhibesra Adulyadej Vikrom, the Prince Father and Phraya Pradiphat Phuban, a shrine for paying respects and offering homage, old kerosene lamps with adjustable height, old cabinets, and old equipment from the past. There are also photos of Khaw Soo Cheang during his visit to Rama V and a traditional bedroom.
Raksa Warin Hot Spring is a natural hot spring renowned for its uniqueness of having no sulfur mixed in the water. There are three pools: The Father Pool, The Mother Pool, and The Child Pool. The water temperature is around 65 degrees celsius. Raksa Warin Hot Spring offers full-body and foot soaking experiences, with designated morning and evening sessions, and a limited number of people allowed. Foot soaking is available throughout the opening hours.
Khun Lin Restaurant is located right across from the Raksawarin Hot Spring. In front of the restaurant, there are several large models. The restaurant's main menu is local cuisine. What makes this place special is they offer a free try at making Stir-fried Malindjo Leaves with Egg, and each dish on the menu comes with its name pinned on it.