The Hong Island is a dream that came true for adventurers and nature lovers. It is one of Thailand’s most beautiful islands, but still an insider’s tip. Good for us, as there are only a few visitors.
Its name is based on eroded caves, which lie in the centre of the island. Well hidden, it shelters a lake with small sea access. The only way inside can be passed during a short time slot (of about 1 h) and only once a day. When the tides allow to, one can enter inside the Hong Island by canoe.
Otherwise, if there is low tide, the caves are dry and sharp-edged stones as well as mud block the entrance. At high tide the access is completely under water. This little natural wonder makes it even more spectacular.
Besides Hong Island we take you to a cave with bats, another exciting place close to mangrove jungles and limestone carsts. Be one of a few to see the natural beauty deep inside of Phang Nga Bay, as it is a unique experience you definitely should not miss.
With a stop at the beautiful restaurant of the fishing village Koh Panyee you can gain back some power by enjoying delicious local food. Furthermore there will be some time to discover the environment.