Phang Nga Bay had a starring role in the 70s James Bond movie, The Man with the Golden Gun. With this longtail boat tour around the bay's green-capped karsts and cave-lined isles, it's easy to see why. You'll coast by Khao Phing Kan – better known as James Bond Island – visit Koh Panyee floating village and stop by Suwankuha Temple, too.
First up is a stop by the 15m long, Golden Reclining Buddha at Suwankuha Temple. And if you think the statue looks relaxed, just wait until we cast off into Phang Nga Bay. Cruising the emerald waters in a traditional long-tail boat, we'll visit Koh Panyee Island for lunch – home to a nomadic group of Moken people, also known as the Sea Gypsies – and Talu Island.
Finally, we'll sail towards the star attraction, Khao Phing Kan. Better known as James Bond Island after Sir Roger Moore filmed a handful of 007 beach scenes here, you'll get to see the towering rock formations bathed in afternoon light before heading back to shore.