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Phang Nga Bay

Last Updated: 10 Sep 2010

If you are looking for the absolute best outdoor experience Phuket Island, Thailand has to offer, than you absolutely have to travel to Phang Nga Bay. This wonderful outdoor experience will completely take you away from the hustle-and-bustle of your everyday lives, and truly make your vacat... read more.

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Phang Nga Bay Tour From Phuket



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Phang Nga Bay
Phang Nga Bay is easy to reach from Phuket and therefore a prominent target for daytrips and tours. Activities in Phang Nga Bay are manifold and vary from sailing to kayaking and snorkeling. James Bond Island is maybe the most famous postcard motive in the region.

Phang Nga Hong Kayaking Trip



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Phang Nga Bay Hong Kayaking Trip
When other sea cave-kayak tour operators are winding down for the day, the John Gray Sea Canoe crew is just getting started. The Hong by Starlight tour was specifically designed as a way to avoid crowds. A hong, in case you were wondering, is the local name for the sea caves of Phanbg Nga B

Kayaking In Phang Nga Bay



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Approaching Phang Nga Bay for a kayaking daytrip from Phuket
Island and limestone cliff scenery in Phang Nga Bay
Traditional wooden ferry  in Thailand's Phang Nga Bay
Kayaking daytrip group in Phang Nga Bay
A kayaking trip to Phang Nga Bay from Phuket Island will allow you to explore the famous caves and lagoons of Phang Nga Bay and explore some of southern Thailand's most beautiful coastline. The local kayaking trip operators have so far gained access to dozens of limestone lagoons (so-calle