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We went on a daytrip by boat and stopped for lunch here. Thank god we had lunch before going for a stroll. It was really dirty, stinking from fish and dead something. BUT it was a really cool place, and I recommend you to go...More
Koh Panyee is the village on stilts.
Stayed at the James Bond Bungalows. Basic but clean and tidy. Not much to do other than the boat trips. At no time did the place smell! Nearly every residence among the maze of walkways has a shop...More
This is a must stop for Phang Nga Bay tour that includes lunch. This is a self contained village. The livelihoods of the residents have changed from fishing to tourism, There are many souvenirs shops through the village. The houses are very colorful and are...More
Always wanted to visit this island after hearing about the floating football pitch and also with the village being on stilts.
Although the old pitch has gone and has been replaced with an up to date one, it’s still worth a visit just to experience...More
We visited the island with a tour group in combination with 7 other spots. This is where we stopped for lunch. Despite being Vegetarian, we got delicious food with no problem we just had to previously inform our tour operator. There was also a souvenir...More
We came to this village after visiting James Bond island, its nice to see, there a nice mosque there, all the village is floating on water, the are shops they sell shells and sea stuffs that are really nice.
I liked this place for the great food that was served. It was authentic local fisherman food, slightly on the spicy side. But that was fine with me as I like spicy food. The shopping is best left for James Bond Island as the stuff...More