Close-up of the colorful houses on the island.

Stilted Village, Ko Panyi

Ko Panyi – More than a Village on Stilts

Nestled amidst the Andaman Sea’s azure waters, Ko Panyi stands as a testament to human adaptability and resourcefulness. Established by fishermen centuries ago, this village has grown, thrived, and now invites you to unravel its secrets.

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Life Above the Sea

Ko Panyi pulses with traditions, passed down through generations. The village resonates with tales of the sea, fishing tales, and vibrant festivities that echo their love for the ocean. Witness firsthand the symphony of life where land meets the sea.

Getting Here

From Phuket

A 90-minute drive to Surakul pier followed by a 20-minute longtail boat ride.

From Krabi

Approximately a 2-hour drive to the Surakul pier and then the boat journey.

Best Time to Visit

November to April offers the best climate, with minimal rainfall and calm seas. This period also sees local festivals where the village comes alive with music, dance, and delectable seafood feasts.

Don’t Miss

Floating Football Pitch: A testament to the village’s passion for the sport.

Seafood Galore: Fresh catches prepared in traditional ways, offering a culinary experience to remember.

There’s the view from the sea, and then there’s the view from the sky. Experience the latter with us!

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