Thailand Tour 2013
Phang Nga Bay | Thailand
31 Oct 2013 | Thu
Day 15 of 43
Phang Nga Bay Hidden Lagoon at Low Tide
Phang Nga Bay has several areas that are only accessible during low tide. One of these is a cave that opens into a dry lagoon. The lagoon is surrounded by red mangroves, which are an important part of the ecosystem.
Mangroves are vital to the health of the bay, as they help to filter out pollutants and provide a habitat for fish and other animals. The roots of the mangroves also protect the shoreline from erosion. Phang Nga Bay is a significant area for both tourism and conservation.