Phang Nga, a land of tin mines and beautiful scenery, nestles among soaring mountains which rise up around the town. Phangnga is located 788 kms. from Bangkok and covers an area of 4,170 square kilometres, most of which is mangrove and evergreen forest. The area is bordered to the west by the Andaman Sea and consists of plenty of spectacular islands
Ko Panyi Around this island, there is an entire Muslim fishing village of about 500 households built on stilts on stilts in the sea and connected by wooden bridges.