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Amazing rock formations and natural caves makes Ko Panyi a must see attraction when in Phuket .
The kayaking inside the low caves and green water ,literally makes this an unique tour but again the distance from Phuket of 2 hours is a little long...More
This was part of our James Bond island tour. We found it interesting to see how the villagers live on the water. We visited the school and the temple. The floating soccer field was interesting. A number of shops selling clothing and touristy gifts. It...More
This Muslim village is completely floating except for the Mosque. It was founded 250 years ago by the Indonesian fishermen, and now has a population of 1759 people. There are restaurants, piers and shops as well as 2 mini-football pitches, a school, a hospital and...More
We only stopped here for about twenty minutes on our way back to Phang-Nga town after our tour of the whole bay area. There were few tourists so late in the afternoon. Full of touristy trinket and clothing shops. This place was not a highlight...More
This was our lunch stop during the Hong island tour, everything looks great at first until you walk through the alleys.
The smell is overwhelming and considering we had just ate lunch we couldn’t get back to the boat quick enough.
We realise the people...More
The village was probably very nice in the past, but I feel like it lost its spirit with all the tourists coming there. While going through the village you basically see only souvenir shops and expensive seafood restaurants. Sure, you can take some nice pictures...More
Went to see the fishing village of Ko Panyi as part of a tour that took in Wat Suwan Kuha (aka Cave Temple aka Monkey temple), caves of Phang Nga and Khao Phing Kan aka James Bond Island.
I went expecting to take in a...More