About James Bond Island

James Bond island became popular after the success of the James Bond movie, The Man with the Golden Gun, that was filmed here. Earlier its local name was Koh Tapu, meaning Nail Island derived from its pointed rock and Koh Phi Khan derived from its surroundings meaning hills leaning against each other. The limestone cliffs and the emerald green water make it very distinctive. The place is a popular destination among tourists and is a perfect example of mother nature's magic.

Must See

  • The setting of James Bond movies Man with the Golden Gun and Tomorrow Never Dies
  • Monkey Cave
  • Puddle Rock
  • Mangrove Forest
  • Hong Island
  • Lawa Island

How to reach

Join a tour or take a shared long tail boat for a cheaper ride, from Phuket. It will be both scenic and affordable.

Tips

  • It is advisable to go for a day trip as the expedition takes a long time to finish.
  • People with gastronomic interests can buy a dry squid during the James Bond Island day trip as it would be enjoyable.
  • One can choose to come here during the off-peak season as it will be less crowded.
  • Wear comfortable footwear.
  • Don't forget to carry your cameras to capture the mesmerizing views.
  • Be aware of the social etiquette followed there so that the local people accept you better.
  • Always carry an ample amount of water so that you can stay hydrated during your tour.
  • Make sure to carry sunscreen if it's sunny outside.

Visit Time

Sunday:                 Open 24 hours

Monday:                Open 24 hours

Tuesday:               Open 24 hours

Wednesday:          Open 24 hours

Thursday:              Open 24 hours

Friday:                   Open 24 hours

Saturday:              Open 24 hours

Waiting Time

Nil

 

Entrance Fee

No

 

Time you can spend

4 to 5 hours

 

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Weather

Moderate Rain 25.57°C

 

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