James Bond Island

James Bond Island sits within the protected confines of the stunning Phang-nga Bay and is known locally as Koh Tapu. The Island is a steep rocky monolith, about 65 feet tall. The prominent limestone pinnacle helped give the film its exotic look, and it put this part of Thailand on the international map.

The island is accessible by longtail boat from the anchorage at Koh Yang, with boat tours also including a visit to the cliff-studded island of Koh Panyee, home to a traditional fishing village built on stilts over the shallow water.
 

 

Moorings

  • No moorings are available, however, two anchorages are located at Koh Hong Krabi on the north and south sides of the island.
  • There's also a good anchorage at nearby Koh Pak Bia, off the west side of the island.

Things to do

  • Long tail boat trip
  • Crystal clear waters that are ideal for swimming
  • The snorkeling is excellent at Koh Pak Bia
  • See the large reclining golden Buddha inside the Monkey Caves (Wat Suwankuha)

Facilities

  • No facilities for yachts are available.