Phang Nga Bay, Phuket

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    Sea Gypsy Village

    by pmarshuk Updated May 19, 2003

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    In Phang Nga Bay there are still communities of Sea Gypsys living in villages like this. They are built in the lee of the rocks as protection against storms. They are mostly Muslim's in the villages and you can just make out the blue tops on the white towers in the mosque at the back.

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    You must must must go to Phang...

    by alisonr Written Sep 7, 2002

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    You must must must go to Phang Na Bay. Although it very touristy, the natural wonders of this bay are amazing - limestone rocks jut out of the water as you cruise past in your long boat.
    Everyone comes here to see James Bond Island, called so because it featured as the hide out for the secret weapon in the Man With The Goloden Gun - I still havn't seen it and I've been back for a year!

    Directions: Take a tour from your hotel through Tour East, they will drive you to Phang Na (probably take you to a monkey cave on the way). It is to the north east of the island of Phuket.

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    See the Limestone Caves

    by chatterley Written Jun 16, 2006

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    This picture explains why you have to duck and lie down when the canoe goes through some of the caves...

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  • PhangNga Bay canoe+Naka Island Part 3

    by picknick Updated Dec 26, 2004

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    The first lagoon in Panak island, at the other side of Bat Cave. We can see monkeys clinging to the cliffs of this lagoon. There is another passage leading to another lagoon with mangrove trees.

    Directions: PhnagNga by Holiday Sea Canoe

    Koh Panak Lagoon 1

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  • PhangNga Bay canoe+Naka Island Part 2

    by picknick Updated Dec 26, 2004

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    The exit on the other end of Bat Cave is literally a tight squeeze. This exit leads to a lagoon in the middle of the Panak island.

    Directions: PhangNga by Holiday Sea Canoe

    Tight exit (Bat Cave)
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    • Kayaking
    • Beaches

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  • PhangNga Bay canoe+Naka Island Part 7

    by picknick Updated Dec 25, 2004

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    It's going to places like this that makes this trip so special. This is the second and last cave canoe trip. After this, it's off to James Bond Island!

    Directions: PhangNga by Holiday Sea Canoe

    Canoeing

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    Canoe trip

    by moscowgirl Written Feb 29, 2004

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    Phang Nga Bay is a part of the James Bond island trip. But it's really nice. Going to canoe get ready to get wet. So you better take off your pants/shorts if you want them stay dry.

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    boat trips

    by xaver Written Apr 24, 2003

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    There are several excursionns possible from Phuket, i would reccommend a tour of the arcipelag as it offers really great views.

    sea
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