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James Bond – Phang Nga

Explore the stunning nature of Phang Nga Bay… Learn more about ancient civilizations, the amazing nature and witness the astonishing scenery. Experience the unique caves that are hidden amongst the beautiful limestone cliffs.

Canoeing with guide around Phang Nga Bay Bay Tour

We start our journey on the water the traditional way – by one of the beautiful decorated Thai longtail boats. We will drive along the green mangrove jungle, which is amongst others habitat of lizards, snakes, monkeys and different bird species.

Passing by a fascinating karst landscape we will reach the worldwide famous James Bond Island, from which you will have the perfect view on the most popular limestone of that area. Ko Tapu, the James Bond Rock, is a common tourist attraction since the release of the movie “The Man with the Golden Gun” with Roger Moore as British secret agent 007.

After a quick stop we will move to a canoe station. There you can lay back and enjoy nature, while an experienced paddle guide will take care of you. He will take you close to hundreds of year old stone formations, to caves and mangroves.
We will continue our tour by visiting a fishing village build on pillars in the water.

The sea nomads living here will warmly welcome you to some tasty Thai lunch. Full and satisfied you can take a short walk to discover the village and culture of the inhabitants. You might also find some nice souvenirs for yourself, family or friends.

Phang Nga James bond
Mangroove Phang Nga Bay Tour

Later, we are going back to the mainland and by minivan to Phang Nga Park to round up a beautiful day of culture with a temple and caves.

Sometimes you can also see wild monkeys there.

Be careful, they love to steal a tourist’s food.

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Included in our Phang Nga Bay tour:

Transfer from and to your hotel in Khao Lak, life vests, lunch, non-alcoholic drinks, paddle guide and professional tour guide.

Please bring:

  • Good mood
  • Sun screen
  • Mosquito repellant
  • Swim wear
  • Towel
  • Camera (with waterproof case/bag)
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Spending money
  • Temple clothes (shoulders & knees covered)


  • Hotel pick-up from Khao Lak
  • Longtail boat ride through the mangroves
  • Stop at James Bond Island
  • Canoeing (optional)
  • Lunch at fishing village
  • Temple visit
  • Return

Available: daily

Prices from Khao Lak:


฿ 2,900

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฿ 2,400

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* Children 5-12 years. Infants (aged 0-4 years old) always go for free.

Please be aware that due to weather conditions and other circumstances there might be changes to our tour program. Sometimes we even need to move the tour to another date and in rare cases to cancel it. Thank you for your understanding, this is purely for your safety.

Access to the lagoon of Hong Island is only possible at low tight that is why we start our tour early in the morning.

Terms and Conditions

By submitting your booking you agree to our booking conditions.

Your Tour and transfer booking is payable when booking by PayPal. You may cancel your trip up to 24 hours before tour departure, and the payment process will be reversed. All costs involved through Paypal, your credit card company or any bank charges are your responsibility.
Khao Lak Land Discovery does not charge any processing fees.

If you cancel less than 24 hours before departure, your payment will not be refunded.
We will try to find an alternative date for you, but with no guarantee.

Phang Nga Bay as seen from the air

General Information about Phang Nga Bay

Phang Nga Bay is a UNESCO World Heritage and has geologically similar features to Vietnamese Halong Bay. Limestone rocks are evidence of long past coral reefs. And through ebb and flow caves and grottes have been eroded. Nowadays one has access by canoe, finding a world of bizarre limestone carsts, dolines and a vegetation searching for hold along the cliffs. Altogether the national park (1981) includes 42 islands with a total area of about 401km². The water at Phang Nga Bay is just a few meters deep and comparatively calm.

Moreover, world-famous Koh Panyee, a 300-year-old fishing village build on stilts, can be found close to a marine needle in the middle of the sea. About 2000 people call it their home. Ko Tapu is the most famous rock, better known as James Bond Rock. It became famous due to the movie “The man with the golden colt” with Roger Moore as 007.

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