Top attractions in Phang Nga Province
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What people are saying about Phang Nga Province
I loved everything about this trip and it was such a breath-taking place to visit. The van that picked us up was comfortable, the boat ride was super scenic, we had staff attending to our needs, the guide was super knowledgeable about caves, lunch was delicious and the resort 500Rai was just so relaxing. I really enjoyed the trek and soon after jumping into the cool emerald water for a swim. This was the highlight of our Khao Lak trip.
Elephants very well looked after great experience lovely place overall dinner in great surroundings and food really nice. Rafting really good guys paddling them really friendly. Turtles nice to go and see but wouldn’t have gone out of my way to go.
Fantastic trip, we were an adult group of five and really enjoyed our day going into caves, being kayaked by our guide. We saw monkeys, a baby ray and a walking fish. Food was fab on the boat too. They also had plenty of soap and sanitiser
Bus arrived on time, and have found the driver being courteous, and friendly. We were also satisfied with the vehicle's cleanliness. We recommend this service provider for everyone.
Excellent varied day, doing things you will probably do once in your lifetime. Anyone worried about being on the rafts, don’t...the waters only up to your knees if you fell in.