Phang Nga Bay Tour by Land
Exploring the filming location of "James Bond 007 Tomorrow Never Dies " The Phang Nga Bay Tour is one of our most popular programmed, showcasing the dramatic beauty of Phang Nga Bay and neighboring island. The days also include a visit to the Muslim community at Panyee Island.
Kao Ping-Kan The name means literally leaning mount. It is really a huge rock split in two; the smaller half has slid down and the remaining one appears now to be leaning. Though Kao Ping-kan is a very small island, Kao Tapoo or James Bond Island, is in a little bay of Kao Ping-Kan where visiting boats pull up. Tapoo means nail, and this shore less rock projects up from the sea as its name implies; flat and wide at the top and very narrow at waterline.