What to do in Phi Phi Island

Phi Phi Island is approximately 40 kilometers from Krabi, Thailand. Phi Phi Island is part of the national park. Nopparat Thara Beach – Phi Phi Islands
Tourists who visit the islands are mostly diving for coral reefs and sea anemones.



Everything you need to know about Phi Phi Islands

The Phi Phi Islands consist of 2 large islands. Phi Phi Don, Phi Phi Leh, and a small island adjacent to Koh Yung, Bamboo Island. Which can be said that Phi Phi Don And Phi Phi Leh are the best places to visit.

Moreover, Phi Phi Don is ranked as the most beautiful island in the world, which is the center of the Phi Phi Islands.
There are accommodation, restaurants, and full facilities. Including beautiful scenery. Consists of 2 bays that are double coves, Ton Sai Bay and Loh Dalum Bay, separated by a shady plain with coconut trees.

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Phi Phi Don

The best time to visit Phi Phi Island is in February – April. You can visit Phi Phi Island anywhere around the island. Attractions on Phi Phi Don There are interesting places around the island such as

TONSAI BAY

Ton Sai Bay

Located in the south of Phi Phi Don, It is the location of various ports, 2 km long beach that is a stunning view, beautiful beaches, clear water, even with boats lined up. Suitable for swimming, walking with shady coconut trees. West-Can also dives to see the coral as well.

Loh Dalum Bay

Is another beach on the curve that leads to Ton Sai Bay. Can walk through each other by about 10 – 15 minutes. This bay has a very wide beach and is a shallow beach. Therefore not suitable to be a port like Ton Sai Bay And when the water decreases, it will become a large bay The water in the sea is quite stagnant and not deep. This beach is suitable for water sports activities such as kayaking, banana boating, and swimming.

Monkey Bay

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The mountains behind the monkey bay are quite steep and green. This forest is green all year round. Is the habitat of a large herd of monkeys Which often comes down to the beach and is of interest to tourists.
Monkey Bay is the source of coral. Looks like a pile of rocks under a lot of water The coral reefs at Monkey Bay are considered a large coral reef. With high biodiversity, Most of all are shallow-water coral.

Haad Yao

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Adjacent to Ton Sai Bay, so there is a lot of excitement The beach is almost 700 meters long. A lot of tourists go to sunbathing and swimming here.
There are also the most outstanding dive sites. At the end of the beach on the east side Is a pile of underwater rocks with a variety of corals.



Phi Phi Leh

There are interesting places around the island such as

Maya Bay

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Looks like a large cove with high cliffs, a closed layer around There is a character called the Lagoon or the sea on the inside. There is only one entrance to the cliff that is perpendicular. Feeling like one of us floating in a large hall Where the clear sea, blue emerald green and smooth, like a mirror.

In addition, Maya Bay is a fine, soft white sand like powder. When you experience the Maya Bay beach, you will absolutely need to lean back on the clean white sand. Maya Bay is also used as a location for filming Hollywood movies “The Beach”

Loh Samah Bay

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Is another narrow bay in which the sea is beautiful. One of the most beautiful snorkeling spots Of Phi Phi Leh Bay, Lohama Bay has high biodiversity. You will see many types of coral reefs here.

Viking Cave

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Is a large cave, about 80 meters high, located in the northeast of Phi Phi Lay Island. With beautiful stalagmites and stalactites And ancient paintings of more than a hundred years old Appeared on the wall of the cave on the east and south. There are about 70 images, mostly images of various types of ships, some of which resemble Viking ships Therefore is the source of the name of the Viking Cave
At present, it is a restricted area of ​​bird’s nest concessions. Therefore tourists can only take a boat to watch Viking cave front view only.



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