Ao Phang Nga National Park, situated in the Andaman Sea in Southern Thailand, is known for its limestone rock formations. It has more than 40 large and small islands with beautiful cliffs, caves and mangrove forests. Phang Nga Bay is one of the most beautiful bays of Thailand and it is studded with numerous limestone tower karst islands. The best known of these islands is Khao Phing Kan, popularly called "James Bond Island" used in one of the movie. The park also protects the largest area of native mangrove forest remaining in Thailand. Within its orbit is a rich selection of mammals and sealife, from flying lizards and macaques to sea snakes and turtles. Ao Phang Nga National Park is world renowned for the white sandy beaches and crystal clear water. Besides rich natural beauties, archaeological sites have been found in the areas which are believed to be more than a thousand years old.