Phang Nga Bay lies between southern Thailand's mainland and Phuket Island or at the north east from the coast of Phuket which is one of Thailand's most beautiful natural landscapes. The bay and its islands are designated as a national park, protecting the landscape for generations to visit, known as Ao Phang Nga National Park. It's characterized by limestone karsts and rock formations, as well as mangrove forests and small islands. Among the small islands, there is the iconic one called Koh Tapu, known as James Bond Island and Khao Ping Gan which looks like one rock leaning against one another. Koh Phanak Island is widely known for its caves and tidal lagoons. The bay's waters are dotted with coral reefs.
As the bay filled with the limestone karsts which is calm and sheltered Bay. It will be shining its charming ray when it is back to its tranquil stage. Late access to the site is the best option to avoid the crowds so the tour will provide the more private feeling. Its dramatic scenery of steep limestone karsts will be double as much its magnificence, besides, it will be spectacular triple as much when it becomes the twilight. At Panak Island, it is the highlight place for admiring sunset atmosphere during twilight time.
The program not only reflects this beauty to your eyes but also gives a few small gifts to fulfil your experience such as access Hong Island and enjoy scenic views by a sit-on-top kayak with a guide who did all the padding. Kayaking access will give you the closest view touch of the limestone view or explore Khao Pingkan and Khao Tapu which became one of Thailand's more recognisable attractions after filming in the 1974 James Bond film, the Man with the Golden Gun.
Tour Start Time: 11:00hrs
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