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One of a Kind Phang Nga Bay Day Tour

January 17, 2014 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: , , ,

Khiri’s office in Phuket has been going around the southern provinces and islands lately to discover it’s hidden charms. As a result, we can now introduce you to a new Khiri day tour leaving from Phuket, ‘Swimming, Hopping and Cooking’.

On Phuket Island, guests depart from the Muslim community at a pier seldom used by travelers. From there we board the long tail of local fisherman Khun Galim. Leaving from here allows us to work directly with the community and shows clients something different from the onset.

From the pier, people will travel to Yao Noi Island. Mr. Galim moors for a short stop at Koh Naka for guests to take a swim. Also on the way they will get amazing vistas of Phang Nga bay in the far distance.

Upon arriving at Koh Yao Noi, we take travelers to Mina’s house for a very special cooking class with her. We discovered a homely school that is very local and comes with a big heart. This is a cooking class at its best; vegetables aren’t cut yet, everything is done from scratch, even the coconut milk. Mina is a great host, which you can see in this video.

This new program is developed and operated by Khiri Travel in order to give clients a unique experience and benefit local people directly. It involves a full day by private long tail boat, seeing a bit of famous Phang Nga Bay, and visiting two islands.

For more information and bookings, please contact [email protected].

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