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Phang Nga Bay: A Paradise in Southern Thailand

Phang Nga Bay is a tropical paradise. Nestled in the Andaman Sea between Phuket and the southern Thailand mainland, Phang Nga Bay is absolutely stunning, with the unreal limestone karsts, crystal clear water, and lots of marine life. Well, if you’re planning on visiting, here’s a rundown of some of the coolest spots in the bay, what they’re known for, how much it costs to get in, and what you can do there.

Jamеs Bond Island (Khao Phing Kan) is supеr famous island bеcausе it was featured in thе Jamеs Bond moviе “Thе Man with thе Goldеn Gun.” It has these awеsomе limеstonе rocks and it’s super picturesque. The island consists of two islands: Khao Phing Kan and Ko Tapu. This is a 20-meter-tall needle-shaped rock that makes a beautiful background for pictures. The entrance fee for adults is approximately 300 THB (approximately 9 USD), while minors pay 150 THB (approximately 4.50 USD). A wide range of activities are available to visitors, including cave and lagoon exploration, photography, boat trips, and sightseeing.

Koh Panyee is renowned for its distinctive stilt-built fishing community. Koh Panyee is a warm Muslim fisherman community more prominent above the water on stilts. It gives us a look into the usual manner of life of the native marine nomads. The village’s busy market and floating football field are also well-known places to buy fresh seafood and handmade goods from the area.The village is free to enter; however, refreshments and souvenirs are not included in the price.Shopping for goods, eating at seafood restaurants, walking around the town, and talking to locals are all things that can be done.

Koh Hong has truly stunning lagoons and caves. The main island has several white sandy beaches, lots of plants and clear waters, great for swimming and snorkeling. It costs around 300 Thai Baht for adults and 150 Thai Baht for kids to get into the island. The island is something really special and worth a visit. Once on Koh Hong, people can go kayaking, snorkeling, swimming and relaxing on the beach.

Best Islands Around Phang Nga Bay

Panak Island

Panak Island, a smaller gems within Phang Nga Bay, Thailand, is similar in attractiveness to James Bond Island, it's more renowned neighbor. In contrast to the solitary tall pillar of James Bond Island, Panak Island features verdant lagoons, green cliffs, and hidden caverns.

Koh Nok

Koh Nok is renowned for its secluded beaches, picturesque vistas, and trekking opportunities. The island offers the following activities: swimming, hiking to a vantage point with panoramic views, and lounging on the shore.

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