Cruise across the emerald waters of Phang Nga Bay on your way to discover the famous caves and limestone formations of Khao Phing Kan, also known as James Bond Island for its role in the 1974 film The Man with the Golden Gun. Feast on a delicious Thai lunch of seafood before cooling off with a swim at stunning Phang Nga Bay. - Outing to secluded island from The Man with the Golden Gun - Stunning stalactite caves & quiet lagoons at Talu Island - Relaxed exploration of idyllic Phang Nga Bay by canoe - Delicious Thai seafood lunch at Ko Panyi floating village - Opportunity to swim in the bay's emerald green waters
They would only pick up from my hotel at Laguna if we each paid 200 baht (5 of us) so refused. So had to pay taxi to Patong and back which was cheaper but disappointing. The rest of the day went well, but just as we arrived at the long boats we had a big storm and were soaked to the skin. When we got to James Bond Island great views not too busy so got lots of nice pictures. Then from nowhere a massive second storm. No ones fault but worth taking a poncho with you.