The arrival by boat in the bay of Phang Nga shows the quintessence of an exceptional landscape dedicated to the nature and the biodiversity. Posed like pieces of a giant chessboard on an ocean of chlorophyll, the islands with the beaches and the rock peaks covered with the vegetation rise majestically above the waves.
Sculpted by time, the protective cliffs rise on both sides of the bay as a great wall to the endless perspectives. The effects of light and shade reveal the geological interests. The mysterious caves decorated with several ancient rock paintings and the gardens with their eccentric locations including a myriad of unrecognized trees.
Complementing this magnificent landscape, a dense forest of mangrove and seagrass runs along the coast. It draws labyrinths of shallow channels hidden all or part by a forest of tropical shrubs, stunning ferns and palm trees named “nipa” waving in the whims of the wind. Source of life, the mangrove is a part of our ecosystem, enabling the intelligent development of the land to the sea and a respectful observation of many species of shellfish, fish and birds.
Among the many islands of Phang Nga Bay, “Koh Tapu” is world famous for the scenes of the both movies of James Bond, “The Man with the Golden Gun” (1974) and “Tomorrow Never Dies” (1997).
The harmony and the balance of colours between the azure of the sky, the turquoise blue of the Andaman Sea, the emerald green of the vegetation and the bright sunlight on rock cliffs is a constant privilege for the pleasures of eyes.
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