Phang Nga Bay Trip

The Phang Nga limestone world of south Thailand

Hidden gems of South Thailand - Phang Nga Bay

Day trips to Phang Nga Bay include limestone formations and the naturally formed caves with the kayak or the long-tail boat and swimming, snorkeling and diving in the pleasant tropical Andaman Sea.

The area is full of breathtaking panoramas, full of excitement which makes you “gasp” oh - ah and I can’t believe.

Romantic beaches are so many, nobody actually knows how many, but for sure enough. In the emerald sea, you will find your own private island with a beautiful white stretch of sand. This southern province is quite large and has other highlights, such as Khao Lak.

Marvelous seafronts including limestone caves called "hong" which have been a cave a long time ago where the top fell down because of erosion and opened up the grotto.There are many between here Trang and Krabi in the south.

Phang Nga Bay

This is part of Phangnga province north and northeast of Phuket southern Thailand with surrealistic limestone formations which are definitely one of the absolute highlights, very similar to Halong Bay in Vietnam. There is even the so-called James Bond island since part of the movie "The Man with the golden Colt" have been shoot in this area, have a look at the pictures they tell more.

Hotels are on the islands and the other parts of Phangnga province. Probably the best-known area in the province is Khao Lak and the Similan islands.

The bizarre limestone islands excited movie fans in James Bond "the Man with the Golden Colt" and "the Beach" with Leonardo Di Caprio shot on Phi Phi Island a little bit further south and other creative celluloid.
  1. phang nga view
  2. phang nga view (1)
  3. island beach east of phuket
  4. james bond island