Little Guilin, Thailand, I think it's worth visiting. The scenery is beautiful and the kayaking is fun. There are also sunset trips to choose from, you can watch the sunset at sea, should be very beautiful. Medium-sized cruise boat, service did not say, all the way free coffee, cola, water, bananas, pineapples, watermelon plate after plate, there is a buffet, eat well. It's nice to just eat and see the scenery all the way. My mother took a bag of fruit with her on board and had no chance to eat it at all. Two tips, 100 baht for kayakers (really small workers, our boat boy is only 13 years old) and 40 baht for the crew. Given the good service, I think it's reasonable.
Very worth visiting scenic spots, classics in the classics, I followed Ctrip's positioning, drove to the dock by myself, to this point has been more than 3 p.m., not only chartered boats, but also a feeling of sea, vision is very broad, passing through a patch of mangroves, standing mountains in the distance, vast sea and sky, beautiful explosion. The captain is very nice. I saw a ladder through the cave and asked if I could get in. He really drove me past, came to a cave exploration, and took us to play, took pictures for us, and accompanied us to enjoy the interesting scenery in the cave. Then 007 Island, floating around for a while, I asked him if he could go ashore, he doubted with me, each 300 baht (I understand the meaning), I instantly agreed with his idea, turned around, came back. But that "Chinese cabbage", if not the 007 scenic spot, the other mountains are also very distinctive. There should also be a swimming area, because of the weather, it may rain, "Captain" suggested to return, estimated that he was not confident of his long tail boat's ability to resist the wind and waves, in fact, I would like to experience the fishing boat in the rainstorm, haha, because of taking children, safety first, choose to return. Think it's over, "Captain" deliberately drove the boat into the mangrove, took pictures for us, and touched the mangrove at close range. Suddenly, a segment of the Pirates of the Caribbean appeared in his mind. It was also the section where Captain Jack rowed his boat into the mangrove to find the witch. So the total subconscious feeling was that the mangrove was very spiritual and strong in the water. Generally speaking, Panya Bay is highly recommended. Although I drove from Jiami Town in Phuket, it was really a good trip. I drew a perfect exclamation mark in Phuket for this trip.
Panya Bay is located in Phuket Island, Thailand. It is known as Guilin at sea. There is a saying that Panya Mountain and Water is the best in Guilin. Panya Bay belongs to the inland sea of Thailand. The scenery is very good. The water surface of the bay is light green, and there are many strange limestone peaks and rocks.
The scenery is good. Cabbage Island can only be seen from afar. The raft is a pit-man who sells coconuts when touring the island cave. When you buy it, he throws a bottle of mineral water directly to the boatman and lets you pay for it, saying that the boatman has worked hard. As a result, the boatman did not drink it and sold it to the coconut merchant at night... Tipping the boatman before landing!
Phuket Island tourism in Thailand, Panya Bay 007 Island (Little Guilin), James Bond Island is short for, located in southern Thailand, is a famous tourist attraction in Panya Bay National Park in Phuket. This was the scene of the 1974 007 film "Tuna Man". Since then, the island has been famous for its movies. Therefore, outsiders often call James Pound Island or 007 Island for short in Chinese.
One of the scenic spots with group tours is aquatic plants, a narrow waterway out, suddenly bright, speedboat speeding, reminds me of the Mekong River case scene, the scenery is very beautiful, the sky is very blue. When the canoe looks at the bird's nest, it dares not move, afraid to fall into the water and cross the cave, which is another scene.
Guilin, Thailand, is known for its water quality. It's famous for the shooting of 007 tuna shooters. It's also interesting. But it's good to go to the bat cave by kayaking. Remember to tip the boatman more. They will be very enthusiastic about you and take all kinds of pictures for you. In short, the boatman's brother is really cute.
It is said that it enjoys the reputation of Little Guilin in Thailand. I've been worried about getting seasick, and nothing happened. The ship's guide, David, is very professional. His Chinese is very good. He told my son a lot about Thai history. The boy was very happy. The buffet dinner on board is also good - there are shrimps and crabs, it's okay to eat enough. There are two scenic spots that need to go by rowing. The local boatmen are very dedicated and hard-working. They also help to take pictures and give a compliment. They can tip a little more. The scenic spot saw Chinese cabbage, the hole put a wish lamp, and the return trip also saw the sunset - great!