Take a Ferry Ride to James Bond Island
Experience your very own James Bond inspired adventure on this full-day tour of Phang Nga Bay from Krabi. Cruise to the Khao Phing Kan islands by long tail or speed boat, then switch to a kayak to explore the caves and beaches of Thalu Island and Khao Phing Kan. Keep your camera to hand as you pass Koh Tapu island, the 20-meter-tall rock nicknamed ‘James Bond Island’ after its appearance in ‘The Man with the Golden Gun’. That’s not all: visit Wat Suwan Kuha Temple, or ‘Monkey Cave’; see the Raman Waterfalls; and stop for lunch (included) in the Panyee floating village.
Full-day tour of Phang Nga Bay from Krabi Paddle your way around the Khao Phing Kan islands on a kayaking tour See ‘James Bond Island’ where ‘The Man with the Golden Gun’ was filmed Hotel pick-up and lunch included Travel by air-conditioned minivan, long tail or speed boat and kayak.
What You Can Expect
Following a pick-up service from your hotel in Krabi, transfer to Phang Nga Bay by air-conditioned minivan to discover the famous filming locations of “The Man With the Golden Gun” in Phang Nga Bay.
Phang Nga Bay found its way onto the tourist map through its starring role in the James Bond movie starring Roger Moore as 007, and is distinctive for its sheer limestone cliffs that jut vertically out of the crystal emerald-green water. Climb aboard a traditional long tail boat at Tadan Pier near Phang Nga Town and voyage over to James Bond Island. Discover the famous Khao Phing Kan, a very high leaning rock with tiny caves, where you can find stalls selling souvenirs mostly made from beautiful shells and wood. Walk around the James Bond Island and take a photo of Koh Tapu (also known as Nail Island or Spike Island). The limestone rock is around 20 meters tall with a diameter ranging from about 4 meters at the bottom and up to 8 meters at the top .
Continue to Thalu Island, where you can take a guided kayak tour along the mangrove river and the giant stalactites caves & limestone cliffs (please book the kayak option). If canoeing isn’t your thing you can just enjoy the sights that James Bond Island and its surroundings has to offer! Panyee floating village is where you will stop for lunch. The natural island of Panyee is a towering vertical mass of limestone. Nearly all of the village sits atop a huge network of stilts that clings to the edge of the island’s coastline and stretches out over the sea in a maze of raised platforms and walkways. Cruise slowly back to the pier and visit Wat Suwan Kuha Temple, also known as “Monkey Cave”. Make a last stop at Raman Waterfalls on your adventure. A place with an abundance of flora and fauna such as monkeys, deers, squirrels and birds. Conclude your tour back in your centrally located hotel where you can make a great conclusion to an unforgettable day.
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