One of the most beautiful kayaking spots in southern Thailand is located between Phuket and Malay Peninsula. The place is remarkable and attracts lots of tourists throughout the year. While kayaking you'll enjoy limestone caves and explore "Hongs". Wondering what does "hongs" mean? It's actually Thai words for "rooms". Phang Nga Bay is full of old and collapsed caves in which you can get only by canoes and kayaks during low tide. The hongs have beautiful jungle flora and fauna inside. There you can find monkeys, tweeting birds and many fishes.
If you're a well-skilled kayaker, you can choose self-paddled kayaking, or you can search for an expert guide who will go paddling for you, which will give you an excellent opportunity to enjoy the sceneries and your hands will be free for making the best pictures during your trip!
Kayaking in Phang Nga Bay is available all year round with the most suitable month from December until March. It's indeed the peak tourist season, so expect many passionated tourist eager to go kayaking around Phang Nga Bay.