Most travelers who plan to go to Thailand misses the beautiful province of Phang Nga. It is often overlooked and a less preferred destination, which also makes it a less crowded region of Thailand. What most of us don’t realize is that Phang Nga is distinctively rich with majestic bays, dramatic limestone islands, and quiet beaches. It can also be a perfect getaway place if you want to enjoy a serene and rejuvenating vacation. For a more rewarding travel experience in Thailand, we have compiled the 7 top tourist attractions in Phang Nga for you to visit!

Top Tourist Attractions in Phang Nga

James Bond Island

One of the most famous landmarks in Phang Nga is James Bond Island. It was the same place where the James Bond film, The Man with the Golden Gun, was held. A limestone cliff stands gracefully in the middle of the emerald-green water where tourist loves to take a photo with. If you are into outdoor activities, swimming and enjoying the sand on the island is also best enjoyed during low tide.

James Bond Island
James Bond Island | Photo by Carrie Kellenberger under creative commons

Koh Nang Yuan Beach

Some consider Koh Nang Yuan as one island, but it is actually a set of three connected by white coral-sand. This white coral-sand also serves as the shore during low tide. Its majestic aquamarine waters and picturesque rock formations make the perfect scene of the beach! It is indeed the best place to see the majestic water and land wonders of the province.

Koh Nang Yuan Beach
Koh Nang Yuan Beach | Photo by Hmaglione10 under creative commons

Krabi

Krabi, as one of the top tourist attractions in Phang Nga, is another natural asset of the province. It is filled with diverse and well-preserved ecosystems that also allow the entire family to enjoy various leisure activities. Island hopping, snorkeling, and kayaking are among the most popular activities for the kids, while adults can enjoy rock climbing and jungle trekking. 

Krabi
Krabi | Photo by Ijasasap under creative commons

Similan Island

Although visitors are welcome at any time of the year in Similan Islands, the municipality still regulates the number of visitors coming to the area all at once. This is primarily to preserve the beauty of the clear blue waters and other precious resources that the Similan Islands take pride in.

Similan Islands
Similan Islands | Photo by KOSIN SUKHUM under creative commons

Secret Islands and Snorkeling Lagoons

Ko Yao Yai, a secret island in Phang Nga, is one of the least developed islands of the province. It is located in uninhabited rocky islands covered with hidden bays and secluded coves. This place also serves as a perfect spot for travelers who are into a desert island experience. Although traveling to this secret island takes a long day trip, the view of abandoned beaches and hidden lagoons along the way is still a pleasure to the eyes!

Haad Rin Beach

If you come to the province with your friends, a beach dedicated to party-goers is Haad Rin Beach. Several bars, restaurants, pubs, and other clubs pump out the music at night while serving local beers. It truly lights up the night by giving both locals and tourists the perfect night to jam, interact, dance, and immerse with the Thai culture. 

Haad Rin Beach
Haad Rin Beach | Photo by Fabio Achilli under creative commons

Wat Suwan Kuha

Last on the list of the top tourist attractions in Phang Nga is the Wat Suwan Kuha. This place is a large cave that houses an immense reclining golden Buddha. It is also way beyond the beachside of Phang Nga as this part of the region impresses the tourists more with beautiful landscapes, limestone cliffs, and rare jewels if you get lucky!

Wat Suwan Kuha
Wat Suwan Kuha | Photo by Hartmann Linge under creative commons

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