As a scenic spot of this boat tour, we landed at Phra Nang Beach and stayed for a while. I have to say that during the short stay, it was very busy, with tourists everywhere and long lines of boats. Due to the large number of boats and pollution, the water is very turbid. It is difficult to get into the Phra Nang cave because many tourists sit in the shade at the entrance, blocking the entrance. The cave is okay, but not particularly exciting. There are long-tail boats selling food on the beach, which looks good. Obviously, we didn't spend time on other events, so we couldn't comment on them. The view here is very good, and the scenery is also good. Don't think this is a must-visit place, but if this is part of your trip, then it is worth spending an hour.
The Queen’s Cave is one of the scenic spots in the tour of the four magic islands. The Queen’s Cave itself is not too special, but the surrounding beaches are very comfortable, the water is particularly clear, the beach is soft and thin, and the surrounding diving is also good.
Very Nice and Clean BeachThe water level is low and safe for kids. The boat journey from Ao Nang to PhraNang is very unique as well. It takes you in between some hills/rocks, which are in the middle of water. The best part of the beach is the quality of sand. It''s just like powder! There is a rock climbing facility.
走完山洞下的路径之后，将前往莱利海滩。 海滩非常漂亮， 沙子很细，在海滩的左边有两个小洞穴，里面刻满了生育符号，很多当地人来这里祈求子嗣。