PHULAY BAY, A RITZ-CARLTON RESERVE

111 Moo 3 Nongthalay, Muang, Krabi 81000 Thailand   •  
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Attractions



Once in a lifetime experiences on land, sea and in the air are available through Phulay Bay’s first class service providers. Your individual preferences are paramount as the Reserve will create excursions for you to experience Thailand’s culture and beauty. Island exploring awaits, whether you prefer the leisurely pace of a longtail boat ride or the thrill of a luxury speed boat. Three-wheeled motorized tuk-tuk bikes can transport you on nearby sightseeing trips. From deep sea diving to urban expeditions, Phulay Bay can arrange anything your exploring heart desires.


Coral Reefs

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Diving and Snorkeling at Bamboo Island
Diving and Snorkeling at Bamboo Island
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1 hour by speed boat
One of Thailand’s biggest coral reefs is located in Bamboo Island. The reef has the size of four football pitches and the water varies from 2 to 6 meters. You can glide over one of the most diverse coral reefs in the world combining marine life and all the rainbow colors. Spend the day snorkeling, sunbathing and observing the parrot, puffer and clown fishes!

Islands

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Phi Phi Island
Phi Phi Island
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1 hours by speed boat
Phi Phi island is one of the Andaman sea’s most famous island. The highlights of our excursions to Phi Phi includes snorkeling at our secret island and swimming in the Lagoon at Phi Phi Ley, with additional snorkeling at Monkey beach and Maya bay. Guests have the option of a sightseeing stroll on Phi Phi Don, with its many small streets for local handicraft shopping.

Secluded Bay

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Phang Nga Bay
Phang Nga Bay
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45 minutes by speed boat
Lies just northeast of Phuket and is one of the world’s most scenic wonders. The calm bay features hundreds of magnificent limestone Islands formed over millions of years of tidal movement. The bay was made famous when the movie ‘James Bond’ The Man with Golden Gun was filmed here in the 70’s and hosts some of the most beautiful islands in the world.