This place is really nice speedboat ride great a few things to see here all the islands well 4 at least, its a very well known trip lunch included a short stay on each island worth the money and it ge...
Let's pinch ourselves - were we REALLY there?
It's not often that one gets the chance to experience something so incredibly surreal. For us, Phuket was a dream destination. Our first visit was a cruise, which included several other wonderful de...
This is one of the least known WORLD WONDERS - fantastic!
I had been to Phang Nga in 1978, and have longed to go back ever since. So, during my wife and my month in Thailand in March 2020, we booked a cruise on one of the few still operating cruises operati...
Phang Nga Bay in the south of Thailand is a beautiful place, located 75 kilometers northeast of Phuket. There are 42 small islands in the 400 square kilometers of this area, which is known as the Little Guilin in Thailand.
Rafting on Phang Na Bay is really, really exciting, for those that like snorkeling they will really enjoy themselves here. For those here on New Year’s Day, they will certainly celebrate a different new year’s.
Apart from us on the Canoe there were 2 women who seemed to be from Kenya, who were extremely tall and big and were happy during the entire trip.
At first I thought they would be relatively disorderly in terms of how they would have fun, I didn’t expect that they would be more proactive than us in requesting a canoe coach (I don’t know what I should call them, they definitely aren’t boatmen) be a bit slower. It really was too cute ~ I sigh when I think about that it was good being together with the on the canoe.
So, maybe going rafting was a big mistake. I originally wanted to go out on something stable, like a wooden raft. I didn't realize that I bought a rubber raft. I want to cry!
The thing is that we didn’t bring bathing suits, and I still took my mom along to go rafting. Do you think I’m brave? After this was over, we went to the bathroom and wrung out our clothes for 10 minutes, and it really didn’t matter too much.
After we were done rafting, we went to the “self-serve” lunch, and at this point I absolutely regretted that it would have been better to eat more at breakfast in the morning at the hotel.
Around the dining area there is the feeling of a tropical rain forest, and for those diners that eat quickly, they are able to take a walk.
Though the unlimited rafting activity is relatively stimulating, Lydia rather prefers the little monkeys. The monkey caves are not far from the rafting site, and in general any rafting course will include these.
Although we did not see the caves, there were still many cute monkeys, and at small stores on the sides you can buy bananas to feed them, but the monkeys are still really aggressive, and the speed at which they can steal food from people is really astonishing. The majority are still meek, everyone is still looking into the wrong way on the selfie stick.
Phang Nga Bay is located 75 kilometers northeast of Phuket. The bay is a national park. The park is known as the “Little Guilin” of Thailand. There are hundreds of unique limestone islands with names to match their shapes. In addition, there are magical stalactite caves and countless rocks and sea caves. You can take a long-tail boat to see the cliffs from the sea and you can see the island where Goldfinger (a James Bond movie) was filmed. Enjoy the beautiful marine scenery of Phuket.