Phi Phi Island, Thailand
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PHOTOS

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Phi Phi Don




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Tonsai Bay,
Phi Phi Don




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Tonsai Village,
Phi Phi Don




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PHI PHI DON




KOH PHI PHI DON



Koh Phi Phi consists of six islands, most of which are uninhabited. Only the largest island, Phi Phi Don is inhabited.

From the sky (or from the Viewpoint), Phi Phi Don is unlike any other island. This little piece of paradise is composed of two rocky ends connected by a thin strip of sand. On each side, turquoise and emerald coves, Loh Dalam Bay and Ton Sai Bay.

Phi Phi Viewpoint

Photo: Koh Phi Phi Viewpoint.

The West side of the Island is uninhabited, covered by a vast jungle. Some secluded coves can be explored by kayak or canoe, including « Monkey Bay » and its wild monkeys ... although very accustomed to humans, because of bananas that they bring every day.





TONSAI VILLAGE



The center of the island, known generically as Ton Sai, focuses tourist entertainment. You will find bars, restaurants and shops in the narrow alleys of Tonsai village. The beaches that surround it, Loh Dalam Bay Ton Sai Bay, are the most popular beaches, but not necessarily the best. Nevertheless, the sets are absolutely heavenly in this part of the island.

Tonsai Village, Phi Phi Don

Photo: Tonsai Village, Phi Phi Don



PHI PHI BEACHES



The beaches east and north-east are the most beautiful and most isolated of the island. Some of the most prestigious hotels on Phi Phi preserve their clientele from the lively village on the northeastern tip of Laem Tong Beach. The beach nearest the village, Long Beach, can be reached in half an hour's walk or long tail (about 100 Baht). You will find many hotels in Long Beach, enjoying a breathtaking view.



WHAT YOU SHOULD BE AWARE OF



No big risk of theft or personal injury here. Thai people deserve their reputation, altough they sometimes seem a bit tired by the incessant flow of tourists ...

Remember that the population of the island is predominantly Muslim. A beautiful mosque is also visible at the end of Tonsai village. Be respectful. Limit your alcohol consumption when residents are present and pay attention to your outfit.

Phi Phi mosque

Photo: Phi Phi mosque, west of Tonsai Village



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