James Bond Island is a popular destination in Phang Nga Bay. It first discovered its way onto the worldwide vacationer map by means of its starring role within the James Bond film, The Man with the Golden Gun. A particular trait of this popular bay for different type of limestone cliffs that vertically jut look like emerald-green water.
The weird – why-doesn’t-it-fall-over – define of James Bond Island or Koh Tapu (‘nail island’ in Thai), lies subsequent to the equally widespread Koh Ping Ghan (someday spelt as Ping Gan or Ping Gun). All the space surrounding this island is certainly spectacular, however it will probably get crowded with vacationer boats throughout excessive season
Highlights of James Bond Island
Masking an space of approx 400 sq km, Phang Nga Bay has approx 100 islands, a lot of them have peculiar shapes. James Bond Island, with its popular for rocky pinnacle, has been a significant attraction because it was featured within the 1974 James Bond film.
It is protected marine space of the Ao Phang Nga Marine Nationwide Park, so boats aren’t allowed to get too near the island. Its precarious place is massive on the higher half and comparatively slim on the backside. You possibly can view James Bond Island from a ship or a small beach on Koh Ping Ghan.
Koh Ping Ghan is a really excessive leaning rock with a number of small caves inside. It’s fairly wonderful and enjoyable to verify all of them out. On its crowded japanese seashore, there are stalls and stands promoting souvenirs principally created from shells and wood.