James Bond Island

James Bond Island


Phang Nga, Thailand (TH)
This tiny 20 metres tall rocky Islet located in the Phang Nga Bay, Thailand is officially named Ko Tapu (English meaning: Nail Islet). After release (1974) of James Bond's Movie "The Man With Golden Gun", in which this Island was used in back ground of a scene, every one started calling it James Bond Island. The name has stuck and it is now a very popular tourist attraction. Almost all the tourists who visit Phuket make it a point to take a boat ride around this rock.
This tiny 20 metres tall rocky Islet located in the Phang Nga Bay, Thailand is officially named Ko Tapu (English meaning: Nail Islet). After release (1974) of James Bond's Movie "The Man With Golden Gun", in which this Island was used in back ground of a scene, every one started calling it James Bond Island. The name has stuck and it is now a very popular tourist attraction. Almost all the tourists who visit Phuket make it a point to take a boat ride around this rock.
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Links: armchairtravelogue.blogspot.com
By: mlc1us

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