Phang Nga Bay Phuket

UNESCO World Heritage Site

At Phang Nga Bay, just north east of Phuket, vertical limestone cliffs jut dramatically from emerald green waters. The sheer beauty is absolutely breathtaking; in fact, you may even recognise this as the setting for the James Bond film 'The Man with the Golden Gun'. This UNESCO World Heritage site is dotted with unique limestone rock formations and filled with tropical monkeys, birds, and fish.

Take a beautiful journey to various iconic spots of 'Phang Nga Bay', some of which include rubber plantations and local villages, before visiting the monkeys at the Buddhist Temple, hidden inside a cave. A long-tailed boat will cruise you through mangroves to discover more wildlife before you follow in the footsteps of James Bond at "Khao Ping Kan". Finally, indulge yourself with a seafood lunch at the Muslim village at "Panyi Island". This excursion is available with an English speaking guide on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays, lasting approximately eight hours and is a must-see on your itinerary.