The greatest reward and luxury of travel is to be able to experience everyday things as if for the first time, to be in a position in which almost nothing is so familiar it is taken for granted.” — Bill Bryson

White sandy beaches, turquoise waters, enough palm trees and coconuts to shade and feed you for an entire life time… yes please!

While traveling Thailand for a couple of weeks I picked out places that worked into my itinerary and that were on my “must-see” list, and Koh Phi Phi obviously made the cut.

Koh Phi Phi is a sought after destinations for backpackers, families, and travelers young and old. Located between the large island of Phuket and the west Strait of Malacca coast of the mainland, Koh Phi Phi is a small archipelago of six islands in the Krabi province in Southern Thailand.


 

 

 


So what to expect in a gorgeous paradise like Koh Phi Phi?

Click yourself through my personal top picks and get yourself ready for a trip into paradise.

ACCOMODATION

CHARLIE BEACH RESORT

The resort is located right at the beach with some old-school bamboo huts that will definitely match all your needs and fits every budget with style.

PHI PHI RELAX BEACH RESORT 

If you’re looking for a real get-away spot without a five-star price level Phi Phi Relax Beach Resort won’t let you down.


 

For those who want a more plush, resort-style place to stay – the following are quite the catch.

PHI PHI THE BEACH

HIP SEA VIEW RESORT

ZEAVOLA 

RANTEE CLIFF BEACH

 


MUST DO & MUST SEE

KHO PHI PHI VIEWPOINT

Located at the top of the mountain that dominates the island. From Tonsai village, follow “Tsunami Evacuation Route” and “Viewpoint 1” signs.

30 Baht entrance fee. A hundred Baht for a drink or a snack at the viewpoint bar.

LAEM TONG BAY
MAYA BAY
MONKEY BEACH


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