Phi Phi, Thailand
Phi Phi & Koh Bida is a six island archipelago located in Krabi Province, Southern Thailand. Tourists find it to be the most beautiful and easily accessible archipelago in the entire world. Having something for every kind of persons, Phi Phi & Koh Bida lives it up to the positive reputation. It doesn’t matter what you love doing. If you want to enjoy the sun and take REAL, ecstatic sunbaths, the sun here is softer than on any other beach. If you are one of those adrenaline junkies, you can play all the beach games soliciting your body and mind. Since it is declared a marine National Park, the marine life in here is present at each and every step. Those fascinated about Biology can spend hours admiring the clear water and the life of those colorful fish swimming around, just by standing at the Pier.
It is believed Phi Phi is the region where the oldest communities in Thailand lived. Evidence demonstrates people lived here during prehistoric times.
The islands in the Phi Phi archipelago are named as it follows:
Koh Phi Phi Don is the largest island of them all. It is also the only one populated. It would surprise you to see how advanced of a community Ko Phi Phi Don is.
Ko Phi Phi Leh is mostly known for the fact that lots of scenes of the movie “The Beach” were filmed here.
Also known as the Bamboo Island, Ko Mai Phai is mostly looked for its amazing beaches.
Ko Yung or the Yung Island is mostly rocky. People visit it mostly for its coral reefs and its amazing observational easy access to the marine life.
Bida Nok and Bida Nai are in the South. This region has an almost 100% vertical cliff stone walls.
Phi Phi & Koh Bida is a must see of Thailand!