Phuket - James Bond Island

The Experience

My first oversea trip with my D7000 !! It was a fun 4D3N accompanied by the hard working sun , blueish sky , greenish tree and the aqua clear water !

1st day - tailor made shirt

2nd day - Full day island hopping

3rd day - Getting to high ground and places of interest in Phuket.

4th day - Flew back to Singapore

 

About Phuket .

Phuket, Thailand’s largest island is approximately the size of Singapore. It is around 1400km or 1.5 hours flight away from Singapore.

 

About James Bond Island.

James Bond Island, known originally and locally as Ko Tapu or Nail Island, found fame through the 1974 Bond film "The Man with the Golden Gun". The film starred Roger Moore and Christopher Lee (as the three nippled arch-villain Scaramanga) but it was the scenic topography that helped make the film into a firm Bond favourite. It also turned the previously unknown Phang Nga Bay into a major tourist attraction.

 

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  • photchara sukk 2y

    i'm M
  • mithismyth 2y

    You have superbly captured the beauty of phuket
  • Guowen Wang 2y

    mithismyth thanks !
  • pascal 2y

    My opinion for a bountyisland a dark photo. But I'm jealous. I want to be there haha! Great shot.
  • Roger Shafi 2y

    Nice
  • Hunter1698 1y

    Beautiful place for a James Bond villain to practice his lines....
    "Perhaps you can appreciate my genius, Mr. Bond."
    "I do appreciate a worthy opponent, Mr. Bond." etc. etc.
  • PierBlogNet 1y

    Nice
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