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Baboo Island Phuket Thailand
Thailand
Bamboo Island is a near circular island some 700 meters across and it lies to the far north of Phi Phi Don near the vertical Mosquito Island. The views from Bamboo Island are 360 degrees and give you a great perspective on Laem Tong Phi Phi Don and the Krabi coastline, Phra Nang, the island Phang Nga Bay.
Copyright: Laurent Egli
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Resolution: 9892x4946
Geüpload: 15/03/2011
Geüpdatet: 20/08/2014
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Tags: baboo; beach; thailand; phoket; ko phiphi; koh phi phi; ko pipi; sand; sea; water; long boat
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