James Bond Island Phang Nga Bay

Phang Nga Bay is home to the famous landmark “James Bond Island”.Known locally as Koh Tapu (literally translated as Nail Island) the island established its place on theinternational tourist scene when it appeared as the hideout to the famous villain Francisco Scaramanga in the 1974 James Bond movie “The Man with the Golden Gun”. Due to the global success of the movie, many tourists flocked to see this unique creation of nature but also discovered, to their delight, the untold beauty of Phang Nga Bay itself.james-bond-island

With its countless limestone formations jutting out of the shallow intertidal waters, Phang Nga Bay really does present some of the most magnificent views in south-west Thailand.
We offer this tailor-made tour so you too can experience this stunning area of Thailand and the people who live and work there.

Canoeing and Temples

Be guided on a canoe ride through the stunning mangroves and limestone caves.

Lunch will be at a sea gypsy village. Then on to the Suwanakuha Temple – a huge reclining Buddha. That is surround by a host of macaque monkeys.





• Round trip transfer from the hotel
• English speaking guide
• Lunch
• Fresh seasonal fruit & refreshments
• National Park fee
• Insurance

  • Sun protection
  • Insect repelant
  • Extra clothes (dry & swimming clothes)
  • Towel
  • Proper clothes for entering the Temple (these should cover your elbows & knees)
  • Camera
  • Flip flops or comfortable shoes.

Adult – 2,600 baht
Children age below – 12 years 2,000 Baht