We are not here to tell you what to do in Phuket but there are some precious gems that you really should see and not miss out while on your visiting Phuket, and we don’t mean the kind on stones sold at the jewelery store …, Phuket has a special advantage compared to other islands, the advantage is that there’s always something to do on and away off the island’s surroundings, whether bad weather or shining. The range of activities includes places to visit that are remarkable for a destination of this size. On a really popular vote in the top three for an unforgettable holiday lays all the time Phang Nga Bay .
An amazing feature of Phang Nga Bay are the sheer limestone crests that jut vertically out of the emerald-green water. By far to take one of the boat trips from the northern end of Phuket is the best way of enjoying the spectacular scenery, encountering tourist crowds at James Bond and Koh Panyee. A comfortable day trip cruising around the amazing limestone islands, occasionally having a break to enjoy quiet beaches, is by far more rewarding than the basic bus-boat tour. A must see destination to visit and a certain stop of your day tour will be Koh Ping Ghan, an example of how the Mother Nature works with all her magic. Basically it’s a really high leaning rock that hides some small caves inside. It’s pretty fun to check them all out. On the crowded beach of koh Ping Ghan there are stands selling knickknack souvenirs, made by locals from shells and woods. Phang Nga Bay is a very large area which is also a popular destination for sailing and kayaking. Most of the organized tours to Phang Nga Bay are combined with a visit to a number of popular islands and usually include a stop for a seafood lunch at the charming Koh Panyee – a nearby Muslim fishing village on stilts. And again … don’t forget your camera and camera bag !