You can typically find several shots from a single location if you take the time to look around. You should also take advantage of zoom lenses which are easier to carry than multiple prime lenses. My current favorite is the Canon 28-300mm (B&H). It’s not as inconspicuous as the Nikon equivalent (B&H). There’s a Tamron 28-300mm for Canon (B&H) that’s more affordable and about two-and-a-half pounds lighter but I’m a bit of a Canon snob. Having written this – I might take another look at that Tamron since it’s way lighter and way smaller physically than the Canon behemoth. Whatever the camera and whatever the lens manufacturer, the 28-300mm range is great for travel photography.
The image below is taken from the same spot as yesterday’s image. The lens would have been a Canon 70-210, the Camera a Canon T90, but I’ve no notes on what would now be called the EXIF data – focal length, shutter speed, aperture, etc. that I used – I didn’t used to note any of that for my film images. The boats are tied up at the jetty in Ton Sai Bay and on the right hand side of the image is a long-tail boat of tourists heading out for a day on one of the remote beaches.