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Sunrise Trip To Phang Nga Bay by Speed Boat

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Experience PHANG NGA Bay and JAMES BOND Island without the crowds in this day tour! Make your way to these gems during off-peak hours for a peaceful island hopping tour. Start your day with a light trek to SAMED NANGSHE Viewpoint and enjoy the breathtaking sunrise view over PHANG NGA Bay. Next, ride a private long tail boat to the iconic JAMES BOND Island. Also known as KOH TAPU, this island is more than just a movie set. See fascinating limestone, stalagmites stalactites and crystal-like rock formations, as well as sleepy bats and mangroves while on a canoe. After that, your tour will take you to a 5,000 year-old shell cemetery and mangrove forest where an ancient treasure map is painted on a rock wall. Interestingly, this map leads to the legendary ‘Treasures of the Bay’. Figure out what it means for a chance to uncover the secret treasures of the islands. End the day with a stop at The Adventure Resort, where you’ll eat an authentic Thai lunch on top of a hill.

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Stop At: Phang Nga Bay.

JAMES BOND island (PHANG NGA Bay) sunrise trip are one of must do if you are in PHUKET! Enjoy the amazing scenery on sunrise and visiting beautiful cave and canoeing in one of most beautiful scenery in Thailand. - Skip the usual tourist spots in PHUKET and explore PHANG NGA Bay and JAMES BOND Island instead! - See a scenic sunrise from a top view spot in SAMET NANGSHE Viewpoint - Discover limestone karsts and emerald green waters at PHANG NGA Bay - Enjoy a peaceful canoe ride during off-peak hours at JAMES BOND Island - Visit a 5,000-year-old shell cemetery and uncover the 'Treasures of the Bay' - See JAMES BOND Island's impressive limestone karsts, uplifted corals and secret lagoons on a canoe

Duration: 8 hour

Stop At: James Bond Island

James Bond Island is a famous landmark in Phang Nga Bay. It first found its way onto the international tourist map through its starring role in the James Bond movie 'The Man with the Golden Gun'. A distinctive feature of this famous bay is the number of sheer limestone cliffs that vertically jut out of the emerald-green water. The bizarre, why-doesn’t-it-fall-over outline of James Bond Island or Koh Tapu (meaning Nail Island in Thai), lies next to the equally well known Koh Ping Ghan (sometime spell ‘Ping Gan’ or ‘Ping Gun’). The entire area surrounding this island is indeed spectacular, but it can get crowded with tourist boats in high season.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Koh Panak Cave

Koh Panak Located southwest of Koh Hong where many caves and inner sea are around the island. Some caves can be reach by kayaking while some have very high entrance that tourists need to climb up. The inner sea will be seen from the cave entrance. The favorite attractions are Khang Khao Cave, Ic Cream Cave and Gong Gang Cave. Koh Panak has wonderful scenery around the island, the cliffs and strange beautiful stalactites almost the same as Koh Hong.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Hongs of Phang Nga

Hongs of Phang Nga And there are lost worlds awaiting discovery. It wasn't many years ago that aerial surveys first revealed the Hong, or 'rooms', that lie inside some of Phang Nga's islands. These fabulous microcosms, hidden realms rich in unspoiled flora and fauna, are collapsed cave systems open to the sky and surrounded by towering limestone walls. Try sea-kayaking, where you paddle sturdy plastic boats through caves into the mysterious hearts of islands such as Koh Panak and Koh Hong.

Duration: 40 minutes

Pass By: Samet Nangshe Viewpoint

Samet Nangshe Viewpoint has very quickly gone from being practically unheard of to one of the most popular panoramas in Phang Nga. Located on a hilltop just a 30-minute drive from Phuket, it provides stunning views over the limestone islets of Phang Nga Bay and, being far enough away from civilisation to avoid light pollution, the Milky Way is even visible at certain times. The view is a breathtaking 180-degree panorama facing due east, making it particularly striking at sunrise. You look out at a chain of islands stretching out of sight to both the left and right in the waters of Phang Nga Bay, across about 1.6km of mangroves. The sun rises between the limestone karsts at about 05:30 to 06:00, depending on the time of year. This is often preceded by the awe-inspiring sight of the centre of our own galaxy, clearly visible overhead, though this also depends on the season.