Elegant he steered us through the narrow entrance and after we again were able to focus on, we found ourselves suddenly in a secluded lagoon. We were fascinated by that lonely silence of dense, green jungle. We visited also the 200-year-old sea-Gypsy village Koh Panyee, which has found its place on one of the limestone rocks in the Phang Nga Bay. The houses are there in the water on piles of mangrove wood and inhabited by Muslim fishermen, who make their money from fishing, the production of shrimp paste, as well as tourism. In one of the restaurants we were spoiled with various dishes, including traditional fried rice, crispy Asian vegetables, a spicy soup with seafood, delicious fish and chicken, crispy fried prawns, as well as various spicy sauces. We were amazed of the simple lifestyle of the approximately 2,000 inhabitants and their interesting history on the edge of a limestone rock in the Phang Nga Bay. Despite increasing tourists who visit the island daily, the locals have received as their way of life.
Visit to a temple in the vicinity of Phang Nga belonged to cultural program round off our wonderful trip city. The cave was a welcome cooling after our magical trip to the James Bond rocks. Langschawanzmakakken played between the praying monks appeared mystical in their orange robes wrapped. During our stay, we were given lots of information about Buddhism and were under the spell of this interesting religion take us. And so went the beautiful excursion in the Bay of Phang Nga to the famous James Bond rocks to end. We are still amazed at the unique karst landscape and forward to our next tour with Khao Lak land discovery to new adventures in the surroundings of Khao Lak. Posted by: Christin bus gravel