COMO Point Yamu Launches Phang Nga Bay Experience

Koh PanyI in Thailand’s Phang Nga Bay
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Visitors to Phuket can take their time seeing one of Thailand’s top national parks Phang Nga Bay with COMO Point Yamu’s newest package. The Phang Nga Bay Experience includes a seven-night stay in one of the resort’s best villas and a private champagne cruise.

The four-hour cruise brings guests out into Phang Nga Bay to see the area’s limestone cliffs, rock formations and 40 small islands. Passengers will have the opportunity to explore one of these islands, Koh Tapu, famous for being the site of the villain Scaramanga’s island hideout from the James Bond film The Man with the Golden Gun.

While at the resort, guests can stay at one of three villas, all with ocean views. The three-bedroom Andaman Pool Villa offers a large infinity pool and spacious indoor and outdoor dining areas. The Point Yamu Pool Villa stretches across two floors and includes two king bedrooms and a twin. The four-bedroom COMO Pool Villa offers a large ocean-facing infinity pool. Each comes with personal butler service and daily villa breakfasts.

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The Phang Nga Experience also includes daily breakfast at La Sirena restaurant, return airport transfers from Phuket airport and a complimentary private bar with soft drinks and local beer. The package will be available through October 31, 2019.

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