Beach bumps are gladly to get mesmerized and stunned to the beautiful and awesome blue-green seawater of Phang Nga Bay in Phuket, Thailand. It is located in southern side of Thailand and when reached Phuket a little bit northern part it lies. The bay is consists of islets that can be reached thru boat rides or cruises tour that you can avail. You’ll get to enjoy the eye-candid scenic seashores, marvelous caverns and awe-inspiring lagoons that are very much of a James Bond-like handful experience.
Golden Gun-atmosphere to dazzle our Eyes
The James Bond filmed “The Man with a Golden Gun” situated in the beautiful island of Phang Nga Bay named Koh Tapu (James Bond Island). The beach is man-made which consists of fine white sands as well and a fantastic view of the seawaters. They also have caverns that can be pass through using kayak or even let your long-tailed boat go through so to wish. We advise all travelers to have a long-tailed boat of just touring the bay instead of staying in the island for round up experience. You get to appreciate its wonderful views just by afar and just take some candid pictures. But if you insist, you can drop by to Koh Paynee (Sea Gypsy Village) to get some lunch after bathing in James Bond Island or might get something for people for gifts in the village. The village in the morning is a tourist spot for most visitors due to demand for food and leisure and when sunset is coming by it turns into a simple and plain fishing village. You could paddle your way to the cavern in which most tourist do to get to know the wonders of the bay, come and see their most visited “hongs” or rooms that was formed as caves collapsed from various disasters that Thailand endured. As those cave collapsed it somehow form a new attraction of cavern which is by far now famous for canoeing of tourists. Get inside and see the wonderful formation that mankind couldn’t form as the nature itself transform the place into a fascinating and fantastic views of Phang Nga Bay.
Whimsical Seascape of Thailand
Today the island of Phang Nga bay homes of fishing community which is the flora and fauna of the world means surviving and undisturbed sacred place or haven for sea creatures coming from Malay boarder up to Vietnam. You’ll get to notice that thousands of caves are formed and passed by when arrived in Phang Nga Bay. Caves are formed due to getting closer to nature by seeking its wonder through kayaking or canoeing in the interesting water world of tidal sea caves and cliff hanging lagoons. This is the best place to reflect, relax and provide cultural education of Thailand in its pretty aspect of bio-diversity. Take your new journey of living life to the fullest to Phang Nga Bay’s wonderful sceneries and affectionate features that can be diverted to happy thoughts.
Phang Nga Bay Secrets
There have been several rumors of Phang Nga Bay’s wonder. We hereby let you see and know what should be the best way to enjoy the bay without ransacking your wallet. Whenever visiting the Bay, we advise to only have a long-tailed boat as more of their ways are accessible through boat. Tell your boatman NOT to visit the James Bond Island, The Fishing Village and no to canoeing or kayaking in the caverns. It’s costly and time consuming if to have those in your tour. What we want you to experience is appreciating the beauty of the Bay by just simple paddling in boat for almost two hours. You can see the village by afar and appreciate it in that way as well as the James Bond Island has nothing can be seen since it’s a man-made place. What you can see in the so-called James Bond Island is only a fine white sand and persistent to irritating vendors of handicrafts that can also be bought in mainland. You might be able to see people doing canoeing or kayaking as basically you can get through the caverns by the long-tailed boat that was rented for the whole trip. Several caverns can be found in the Bay as lagoons, caverns and caves are really a lot in Phang Nga Bay. All of those are accessible using boats. There are also a waterfalls and caves of Sa Nang Manora in Phang Nga area by just simply riding motor. These waterfalls and caves weren’t yet discovered and absolutely a paradise place to soaked up and relax for a bit after boat tour in Phang nga Bay. After those wet and wild experience we wanted to have tourists to enjoy the beautiful sunset in the road from Phang Nga to Krabi where a mountainous place can be found through a motor rides.