Ko Phi Phi

Ko Phi Phi

Often heralded as one of Thailand’s crown jewels, Ko Phi Phi is an archipelago of six breathtaking islands in the Andaman Sea. A sanctuary of white sandy beaches, crystal-clear waters, and towering limestone cliffs, it’s a destination that marries natural splendor with vibrant nightlife and aquatic adventures. Notably, its Maya Bay became globally renowned after the movie ‘The Beach’, though Ko Phi Phi offers myriad other wonders awaiting exploration.

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Ko Phi Phi beachfront

Getting Here

By Sea: Speedboats and ferries are the primary means to reach Ko Phi Phi, most frequently from Phuket and Krabi. The boat journey showcases glimpses of the archipelago’s beauty even before you set foot on its shores. On arrival at Tonsai Pier, Ko Phi Phi Don, the island’s beating heart, you can easily find long-tail boats to explore the surrounding islands.

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Ko Phi Phi Vibrant Villages

Vibrant Villages

Immerse yourself in the island’s local rhythms, experiencing its bustling markets, eateries, and vivacious energy.

Ko Phi Phi Underwater shot of marine life

Diving and Snorkeling

Ko Phi Phi’s aquatic world is a spectrum of colors, housing diverse marine life that is a treat for divers and snorkelers alike.

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Ascend to one of the island’s viewpoints, offering sweeping views of the bays, the isthmus, and the surrounding emerald waters.

Best Time to Visit

Ko Phi Phi is particularly inviting between November and April when the weather is sunny and pleasant. While the monsoon period, May to October, sees fewer tourists, the occasional rains add a different charm to the islands.

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