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We visited this place during the mid-august (rainy season). Since this is an off season and chances of rain and strong waves is common, but we were lucky to get a decent weather here and went to do snorkeling.
Snorkeling opens up a new world...More
Covered in rubbish when we visited in mid-April, but would be much more appealing if it was looked after. Dead marine life also washed up on the beach – porcupine fish and a decapitated turtle, perhaps a victim of the long boat propellers. Very little...More
We were staying in Phi Phi the Beach Resort and a member of our party had found this beach which had a great name as it is pronounced the same way as my boyfirend's name!
It was a 10 minute walk from the resort and...More
We came here after going to long beach. We took the trail, and then, a golf cart gave us a ride during the hill road. So it wasn't so stepy for us.
When we arrived, there was few people. Only 2-3 longtail boats and super...More
We walked from long beach its arround 10 minutes uphill and then downhill, the toilets are very dirty and the (beach bar) doesnt seem very clean either,the taxi boats to take you back at tonsai pier ask for 200baht per person instead of 100 that...More
We were staying in Long Beach and wanted to see another beach.
It's a shame how tourism can destroy such a beautiful beach: plastic/glass bottle, flip flops, plastic bags and many other kind of garbage...etc
The seats on the beach are for rent (100baht) and...More
You can get to the beach by boat, or by walking from Long Beach. By walking from Long Beach you have to follow the signs to the viewpoint, its about 10 minutes walking by going up and down the hill. To came back to the main... More
You can get to the beach by boat, or by walking from Long Beach. By walking from Long Beach you have to follow the signs to the viewpoint, its about 10 minutes walking by going up and down the hill. To came back to the main pier of Phi Phi, its about 100 THB x pax by boat from Long Beach if its not to late in the evening or 200 THB if the sunset has already happened.
I totally recommend this beach, so quiet, big reef to dive or snorkeling, and the water is absolutely hot and cristal clear.