Phang Nga Bay Pier Cruise Shuttles
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Nestled in Thailand’s pristine waters of Phang Nga Bay, both Phangan Pier and Surakul Pier work together as havens for cruise ships, each offering the passerby of Thailand’s neighboring city of Phuket as much as the quiet national parks of the Phang-Nga Province. The relatively isolated Phangan Pier is just west of the famous Samet Nangshe Viewpoint, with small pontoon docks and piers filled with local fisherman. Surakul Pier is just a couple miles north and about half a mile from a small town. It is suggested to seek a tourist information center before accepting a ride - besides pontoons and kayaks, easy transfers include ride shares ranging from a casual sedan perfect for simple travels across mountainous terrain, to larger chartered buses ideal for bigger groups. Meet-and-greets take things a step further with casual drop offs that include a local personal driver’s best recommendations, and a taxi driver’s quick routes.
Phangan Pier is near a couple famous vistas, including the Samet Nangshe Viewpoint’s free entrance to rewarding views - pass Phang Nga Treasures on the way down for a souvenir, afterward enjoying a parallel view from the neighboring Ao Tho Li Viewpoint - this lookouts is parallel, showing the same image from a different angle. Conversely, the northern Surakul Pier surrounds itself with various tourist-friendly attractions like the James Bond Island Jetty and Studio, among admirable architecture at the Wat Trai Rattanakosin Buddhist Temple. Between each pier rests the world-famous Ao Phang-Nga National Park, an ethereal oasis revered for its mangrove forests and otherworldly geo-structures - many locals offer kayak tours of the park due to its island location - if this route is taken, be sure to ask to see the natural passages at Lot Cave.