We stopped here on our tour of islands for lunch. The food was decent. We had an hour there but most of us were ready to go after we ate lunch.
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I visited many floating village but this one was the first that is in the ocean! Many tours will stop here for lunch.
As this was my first experience, and seeing a totally different way to live I found it really interesting. Must confess that it is easy to get lost in the maze of alleys and rows of stalls. The Mosque stands out over the other buildings...More
We like it. Got some great photos. Walked all around the island to get photos. I expect it can be really crowed in main season. Lots of tourist items to buy and fruits too. So many people crammed into a small place just living here....More
Very interesting to see Muslim gypsies living on a floating village. We ate a delicious lunch there as part of our day trip excursion. Only bad thing was that there was a lot of garbage by the pier.
This is usually the stop off place for lunch while on the James Bond Island tour. Not bad food. take a walk around the village, its quite large and very hot. see how the locals there live, visit the school, which will be operating and...More
We stopped there for our lunch break, the food was tasty and had variety in comparison to the other lunches we had on other tours. Afterwards we went back to explore the rest of the village, its full of color and so beautiful. Haggle a...More
Koh Panyee means Island of the Flag, so named because of the 3 Javanese families who raised their flag over the area which would become their new home. They are fishermen and the village has a beautiful golden domed mosque as you approach it. Food...More