James Bond Island
this famous landmark, called Khao Ping-Kan, first found through international map, its starring role in the James Bond movie "The Man With the Golden Gun"..
Koh Pannyi (Sea Gypsy Island)
This is a remarkable village, the whole of it built out over water on stilts and with a giant rock monolith guarding its rear.
"Hong “ in thai mean room" are actually collapsed cave systems in the interior of each island, only accessed by tough, purpose-designed inflatable canoes through sea-caves at low tide.
Naka beaches are broad and sandy, and along its eastern shores the views out across Phang Nga Bay are simply breathtaking. The longest beach on the east side has chairs and umbrellas, plus a small snack counter. It fills up in the afternoons with daytrippers.
Tham Lod is a large sea level cave and part of a large mountain in the mouth of Ao Phang-nga. The cave has evolved by being eroded by the sea over millions of years. Within the cave are beautiful stalagmite and stalactite formations. It is a popular site for sight seers who visit and enter the cave by boat.
Khao Ping Gun
Khao Ping Gun is an island consisting of 2 mountains connected by a sandbar. Originally the mountains on Khao Ping Gun were two separated small islands, gradually the sea deposited sand between the two to make a connecting sand bar which in geology is called a Tom-bolo.