excursions, Phang Nga Bay, photo gallery, rock formations, sea caves, Southeast Asia, Thailand, tourism Photo Gallery: Sea Caves at Phang Nga Bay, Thailand Gallery March 5, 2016 Destinations 1 Comment Follow us on Facebook! Here are some more pictures from our sea cave adventure. As we left the dock, we passed this vintage ship which looked a lot like the one Scaramanga used to escape in The Man With the Golden Gun. Most of the islands featured steep tree covered cliffs with eroded limestone near the bottom. Sometimes there were patches of eroded limestone higher up the rock faces. Entering a sea cave. This one went right through the island to the other side. Big glops of rock dripping down from the ceiling of the cave. The scene that awaited us after we went through the cave to the other side. This long boat with tourists disturbed the quiet of the location with its noisy outboard. Steep cliffs streaked with red limestone. Interesting rock formations everywhere. We came across a couple of wild chickens as we explored the archipelago. Back aboard, we bid adieu to this amazing landscape as we headed for a bat cave. Entering the bat cave. We passed a few fishermen on our trip. The crew served a delicious lunch along the way. The beach where we stopped for a swim. Janis and I – happy travellers! Follow us on Facebook!