Ko Mai Phai

Phi Phi Islands in Thailand

Take a break from your obligations and have a peaceful vacation in the Phi Phi islands. The beauty of this destination is in its mixed up nature, from fascinating white sand beaches over crystal water to various wild forests. It is like in paradise, the only thing you need to do is relax.

Phi Phi is a small archipelago in Krabi Province, Southern Thailand and it is made up of six islands by the names of:
Ko Phi Phi Don - The largest and most populated island.
Ko Phi Phi Leh - Little bit less populated island. Uninhabited apart from bird nest harvesters and a few Maya Bay wardens; expect plenty of tourists during daylight hours, especially in Maya Bay, also known as ‘the beach’.
Ko Mai Phai - (‘Bamboo Island’), a small low-lying islet to the north of Phi Phi Don with several good beaches.
Ko Yung - is north of Ko Phi Phi Don. The island has a stone beach in the east and small sandy beaches at the foot of the hills. It is teeming with various kinds of colourful coral reefs.
Bida Nok and Bida Nai - two small adjacent limestone karsts to the south of Phi Phi Leh, with near-vertical cliff walls rising from the sea.

Tourism on Ko Phi Phi, like the rest of Krabi province, has exploded only very recently. In the early 1990s only the most adventurous travelers visited the island, staying only in the most basic accommodations. Nowadays, however, the place has turned into one of the major destinations for visitors of Thailand. Also have in mind that this is not some luxurious place to be in, you would be surprised by how much you can do with a little cash in your pocket

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