Wat Suwan Kuha aka Buddha Cave Temple
By mini bus, we went to our first destination. Others also call it Monkey Cave Temple. Based on the reviews I read about this place, I should expect a warm welcome from the monkeys waiting to be fed. I was really looking forward to this day as my last visit to Monkey Island was not succesful. I went inside the cave and, even at the very end, I did not see one. Still, I get to enjoy different images inside and one of them reminded me of the Reclining Buddha in Bangkok.
Koh Panyee aka Muslim Fishing Village
We rode a longtail boat with 25 people on board. I must say that Phanga Bay was all about green! From these tall, pine green limestone rocks down to crocodile & mint green water.
We had lunch at this colorful floating district. They have a school, a Mosque, houses and numerous shops. Even now in the modern day, they still manage to keep a peaceful and simple life above this bay.
Koh Khao Phing Kan aka James Bond Island
It was a buzzing island full of tourists doing selfies and vendors selling refreshments and souvenirs. It got more popular after they used this place for the location of James Bond 007: The Man with The Golden Gun.
Khob Khun Ka, Phang Nga Bay!
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