Phang Nga Bay

Phang Nga Bay National Park

Visit the amazing and unspoiled nature of Phangnga Bay, see the ashtonishing landscape and Thailand largest Mangrove forests. Experience the unique caves hidden amongst the beautiful limestone cliffs.
Only an hour drive away from Khao Lak and Phuket Island lays the panoramic Phang Nga Bay. Dramatic sceneries where limestone islands rise a few hundred meters up from a pale green sea, mangrove forests, hundreds of caves and large tropical forests makes this one of Thailands most beautifull landscapes. Cruising along spectacular cliffs and tunnels decorated with stalactites and stalagmites the floating muslim village appears. This muslim village is build on a shallow sandbank next to a dramatic looking huge limestone peak. The Phang Nga Bay is very popular throughout the film industrie and movies such as James Bond "The man with the golden gun" with  acting movie star Roger Moore, was only one of many film shot in the Phang Nga Bay. 

Experience Phang Nga Bay on a Day Excursion: Transfer by minibus from Khao Lak or Phuket Island. First stop the Suwanakuha temple a cave with an impresive reclining Buddha and see hundreds of long tailed Macaque monkeys chilling around. Longtailboat cruise through the mangrove forest and Phang Nga Bay, visit of the "James Bond Island" the famouse beach where the final duel between Roger Moore and Christopher Lee takes place. Afterwards a guide will row you on a canoe through the adventurous caves and cliffs into the "Cave-islands". On the way back a tasty lunch will be served on Ko Panyi, the "Muslim Village"

 

The Phang Nga Bay was declared from the UNESCO as a world heritage site

Rates for single Day Excursion: xxx thb

Rates for Overnight Cruises on a Chinese Junk: xxx thb

Mix diving with land excursions and safe money learn more about the Adventure Package offer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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