The Phi Phi Islands Tour gives you a day of exploring the most stunning sights around these very popular and very beautiful islands in Southern Thailand.
This includes such remarkable places as Maya Bay, made famous by the movie The Beach, as well as Viking Cave and Monkey Beach. You will also stop on Phi Phi Don for an international buffet lunch.
The advantage of travelling by speedboat is the fact that it can get from one point of interest to the next much quicker than the alternatives… More info
The most famous island is Koh Tapu (meaning “Nail Island” in Thai) more commonly known as James Bond Island,
thanks to its distinctive top-heavy pinnacle made famous in the 1974 film The Man with the Golden Gun.
Koh Ping Ghan is another popular stop and a great place to snap a photo of James Bond Island’s famous rock formation… More Info
Phuket FantaSea is the island’s biggest and most extravagant show and an absolute must-see.
The 11-act extravaganza is part of a 24.3-hectare cultural theme park showcasing Thailand’s beautiful, fascinating heritage. It is also home to a 4,000-seat luxurious buffet restaurant and a selection of shops selling gems, gold chains, silks, leather and other souvenirs.
The 70-minute show itself includes acrobatics, illusions, pyrotechnics, stunts, aerial performances and more, portraying scenes from Thai mythology and history including ancient battles and the antics of gods and legends. Read More…
If you travel to Coral Island and Racha Island by speedboat, you get plenty of time to enjoy these outstanding tropical island paradises.
Ringed by perfect white-sand beaches and the glittering Andaman Sea, they are both idyllic places, with great opportunities for snorkelling among the beautiful corals
parasailing, banana boat riding and just enjoying the sun on a lovely beach, under the nodding palm trees. Read More…
This introduction to the southern part of Phuket Island features many of the top attractions, giving you the best views, buildings and beaches in a comfortable half-day tour.
Through seeing the main sights and with the help of the English-speaking guide, you will also gain a bit more of an understanding of the culture and history of Phuket.
The trip includes a tour of the striking Wat Chalong – easily the most popular temple in Phuket. It is easily as breathtaking as Promthep Cape, right at the southern point of the island, which you will also visit, along with Kata Viewpoint and Phuket Town. Read More…