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      • Moo 7
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        Moo 7, Phi Phi Island Krabi 81000, Thailand
      • Phi Phi Islands
        For those of you who have seen the movie The Beach, Koh Phi Phi existed very much like it did in the film: a laid-back, mostly unheard-of tropical island that only the most adventurous sorts traveled to, with only basic accommodations available. However, the popularity of the movie literally sparked a sort of crazed frenzy which sent people rushing in hordes to the archipelago, transforming Koh Phi Phi from a little-known tropical island into one of the hottest island destinations in the region in the earliest part of the 21st century.

        However, Koh Phi Phi’s infrastructure was tragically wiped out in the 2004 tsunami. It has recovered fairly quickly, but services are still not up to par with what they were prior to the devastation. Some people complain that the rush to build new infrastructure combined with mass tourism has stripped the beauty away from the area and transformed it into just another resort town.

        If you can handle the crowds and the constant noise of construction in the major areas, Koh Phi Phi is still an amazing place. Technically it is a small archipelago, with several small islands that make up the whole, with the population staying on Koh Phi Phi Don, which is the largest of the islands. The rest are uninhabited, and literally packed full of wildlife and natural beauty to explore.

        From coral reefs to stone formations, sandy beaches and cliff walls rising out of the sea against tropical jungles and rolling hills, Koh Phi Phi is a breathtaking site at any time of the year. From places like The Viewpoint where you can see over everything to Monkey Beach or Yao Beach, Koh Phi Phi can provide you with whatever your tropical vacation needs to complete itself. From diving to snorkeling to hiking and exploring, you can find it here.

        Unfortunately the recent increase in tourism as well as the lack of clean-up programs has left the once beautiful beaches of Koh Phi Phi Don looking more like a dump than an island paradise. Most tourists were at one time traveling here for the laid back attitude this island was known for and to relax on the beautiful beaches but now bars like Slicks, The Reggae Bar, and Hippy Bar which are drowning out any chance of laid back relaxation you thought you might get with their overly loud techno till 5am.

        Be warned, however; there have been over half a dozen cases of foreigners dying under mysterious circumstances in recent years, with the islands being under investigation as of 2009 by the U.S. Embassy.
        Phi Phi Islands, Krabi, Thailand
      • Railay Beach
        A small peninsula located between Ao Nang and Krabi, Railay (Rai Leh)boasts a large beach that is a popular destination for backpackers and family alike. With calm waters and impressive limestone cliffs surrounded by the Andaman sea, it offers an idyllic location less than a 2 hour boat ride to its busier cousin Phi Phi island. Railey is a world-class rock climbers destination as well. Railey beach as its better known as..basically has two main sides. East and West Railey. Less expensive bookings are mostly on the east's mangrove side while the expensive accommodation dominates the west's large beach front. The two sides are an easy walk apart and the broad relaxing beach is always accessible.

        Pra Nang is another fine stretch of sand a short walk from East Railey boasting a famous cave whilst Tonsai, a short jungle hike or boat ride around the cove, is more popular with rock climbers and has its own small day/night life as well as more mid range and lower rooms. All the areas have some sort of climbing although Tonsai seems to be the center of the business. Railey is a laid back Andaman Sea side place that is not only beautiful but still holding its'charm. Railey is only reached by boat, just a short ride from Ao Nang or Krabi town. There are a couple of ATMS available.
        Railay Beach, Krabi, Thailand
      • Ao Nang
        Ao Nang is a central point of the coastal province of Krabi, Thailand. The town consists chiefly of a main street, which is totally dominated by restaurants, pubs, shops and other commerce aimed at tourists. The main beach is used by sunbathers to a certain extent, but there are hundreds of longtail boats that offer access to other beaches on the mainland and on nearby island.

        There are a number of scuba diving centers, most of which offer basic diving courses. If Diving Ao Nang, consider the local islands which are easy to access and relatively uncrowded compared to many of the Phi Phi Islands sites. Climbing is another activity widely available through centers in Ao nang although most of the climbs are actually in the areas around railay, Tonsai and Phra Nang beaches.

        The main beach at Ao Nang is the main departure point for boats to a number of places, including the nearby resort of Railay (or Rai Leh), which cannot be accessed by road, and the islands Poda Island and Chicken Island.
        Ao Nang, Mueang Krabi District, Krabi, Thailand
      • Koh Lipe
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        Koh Lipe Chalong, Mueang Phuket District, Phuket 83000, Thailand

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      Graphic showing average weather in Koh Phi Phi (Tonsai Pier) in Celcius and Centimeters (Change to Farenheit and Inches)

      Month Temp °C Rainfall Cm Temp °F Rainfall Inches
      Jan 27.1 39.3 80.8 15.5
      Feb 27.8 34.3 82 13.5
      Mar 28.4 69 83.1 27.2
      Apr 28.7 156 83.7 61.4
      May 28.2 239.7 82.8 94.4
      Jun 28 282 82.4 111
      Jul 27.7 258.4 81.9 101.7
      Aug 27.6 265.9 81.7 104.7
      Sep 27.3 328.6 81.1 129.4
      Oct 27.2 311.5 81 122.6
      Nov 27.1 218.7 80.8 86.1
      Dec 27 89.2 80.6 35.1

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        • Water is so clear, must see place when you are in Thailand, I wish I had more days on Phi Phi island. You should also take local boar and visit places around island, to see this famous beach from movie. Also you can eat delicious food.
        • Save yourself the trouble of being shoved through a town that feels like a crappy mall and skip this island. Everyone is selling 24/7. You can't even get to the water in most of the places because it is all covered in taxi boats and people constantly asking you "where you going??? Boat boat??? " Its annoying as hell. You have to wait in a crowd to pay 20 baht each to get in. They say it's to keep the island clean but I saw no one cleaning. Almost every path is lined with stores and almost every store has the same clothing, trinkets, souvenirs, etc. The rock climbing area was kinda cool and overlooked the island which was very nice. I cannot comment on the side of the island with all of the bars because it was low tide when we went. The side where the ferries come in is a nightmare. I thought I was going to have an anxiety attack just trying to walk down the path. It's like being in a mall on Black Friday except every store is the same. We didn't do any snorkeling or anything, we just got the hell out of that tourist trap as quickly as we could. It's a beautiful place completely destroyed by way too many businesses and taxi boats.
        • This place is one big organized SCAM. Just taking a tour alone, was a scary nightmare! I booked one of the 400 Bhat tours of the islands. They told me to meet them at McDonalds, out front. I sat there for over an hour, no one showed up. I went to the front of the pier, and they directed 10 of us to get on the boat. The boat repeatedly stalled, in the middle of the ocean, and the guide openly smoked a cigarette while adding fuel to the boat . The two guides were SO NASTY to us, and I caught the young boy fleesing our belongings while he thought we were all snorkeling. The guy started being nice to us,in order to get out 400 Bhat to Maya. We all refused, and the "captain" got nasty and made us sit in the boat in the heat, refused us to get off the boat to go to the bathroom". The young little thief said....No money. No bathroom for you. Therefore, you see that they are really pocketing the 400 Bhat to go to the Maya Island. The whole thing felt like I was on a PIRATE SHIP and like we were being held hostage for money. THIS ISLAND IS FULL OF DECEIT AND DECEPTION. Also, watch your money here. They literally try to give you the wrong amount of change. They will speak to you and ask you where you are from to distract you from giving you the right change. ALL WITH A SMILE!!!! This is the only place I was kidnapped for money and felt the Thai government gladly justifies this behavior! The best thing about the island were the cats who seemed to need lots of love and affection because the Thai people know nothing about love or understand how to treat people or animals. I wont be back. To Thailand ever. I lived in Thailand for a year and they treated me like this. This place made me leave Thailand for good. Thailand is pure evil.
        • Don’t waste your money and time here..there is nothing special on this island and that’s probably why you have to pay the entrance fee on pier, next when you want to do some hiking and next when you wanna see some places around. The city smell like **** and it’s nothing more than kind of really bad shopping mall.. There are definitely other islands more worth to see.
        • Phi Phi Island is a beautiful island but it's getting too crowded and too commercial, it starts loosing it's natural beauty.


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