Phang Nga Bay

Located 47 kilometers northeast of Phuket, the spectacularly scenic Phang Nga Bay is dotted with over 100 islands and is one of the best sailing grounds in the world. The bay is bounded by Phuket island to the west, Phang Nga and Krabi provinces to the north and east.

The bay is famed for its limestone (karst) formations and cliffs that rise vertically up from the warm turquoise waters, the highest of which protrudes 350 m from the seabed. Many of these are fissured with caves which can be reached by sea kayak or dinghy. As well as many islands, the bay contains many inlets and channels waiting to be explored.

Phang Nga Bay also boasts a unique rock formation and the island of Koh Ping Kan, made famous in the James Bond film “The Man with the Golden Gun.” After visiting Koh Ping Kan, just a few minutes north is the Sea Gypsy village of Koh Pan Yi. This village is built almost entirely on stilts, over the water at the base of the towering limestone cliffs of Koh Pan Yi.

Travel Time

60 minutes

Note: Travel times are approximate and can vary depending on the type of boat and the weather conditions on the day.

Charters to Phang Nga Bay