Phang Nga Bay is located between the island of Phuket and the mainland of the peninsula of Thailand which will become Malaysia most southerly.It is extended by 400 square kilometers and is one of the things most fascinating that you can see. It is Natural Park since 1981 and it is part of Ao Phang Nga National Park. Geologically is very interesting: limestone cliffs, cave systems and archaeological sites. Go to the bottom if you want to know more Nature still reigns supreme in the bay: the coast and its 42 islands live 28 species of mangroves, 88 species of birds, 82 species of fish, 18 reptiles, 3 species of amphibians and 17 different mammals, these are the numbers of this wonderful neighborhood and it 's been declared of international ecological importance only in 2002. Its huge limestone pinnacles who covered with green tropical vegetation in 1974 were chosen for the final location of 007 - The Man With The Golden Gun, and so the little island of Tapu' can now boast its new name: James Bond Island.