Ko Nom Sao

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Ko Nom Sao
เกาะนมสาว
Twin islands
The Ko Nom Sao islets are part of the Mueang Phang Nga district (in red).
The Ko Nom Sao islets are part of the Mueang Phang Nga district (in red).
Ko Nom Sao is located in Thailand
Ko Nom Sao
Ko Nom Sao
Coordinates: 8°4′47″N 98°37′39″E / 8.07972°N 98.62750°E / 8.07972; 98.62750[1]
Country Thailand
Province Phang Nga Province
Amphoe Amphoe Mueang Phang Nga
Elevation[2] 10 m (30 ft)

Ko Nom Sao (Thai: เกาะนมสาว, lit. female breast island) are twin islands in Phang Nga Bay, and are part of the Ko Panyi (เกาะปันหยี) subdistrict (tambon),[3] Phang Nga Province, Thailand.

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Ko Nom Sao is a geographical feature consisting of two small islands of similar appearance located close to each other. One of them, Ko Nom Sao Yai (เกาะนมสาวใหญ่), is slightly larger than the other, but from certain angles the silhouette of these islands looks like a pair of roughly identical woman's breasts.[4]

These islands are also known as Ko Ok Meri.

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