Nature & parks in Ao Nang

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Nature & Parks in Ao Nang

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  • Eszter
    6 contributions
    Nice view nice beach but super hot. So pls prepare and put on sunblock otherwise you will suffer sunburn. Stopped here for abit at National park for lunch and play with water.
    Written 5 February 2023
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  • scotts-tour
    London, UK191 contributions
    My best advice is get up early and get a speed boat trip here. I used a company called EZY Trails.
    Access to the island is through a newly constructed landing stage around the back of the island, after coming ashore it's a 5 min walk through the island to 'The Beach'.
    Time ashore is limited to an hour (by the national park) which is more than enough time to walk up and down the beach and take in the view.
    In order to prevent further damage to the reef boats are forbidden from coming into the bay, as is swimming, although paddling is allowed.
    Written 8 January 2023
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  • Gyorgy 🇭🇺
    4 contributions
    This was the first place where we could touch the amazing white powder fine sand and turquoise mild warm sea. The only problem was the density of speed boats as they spat out the curious crowd.
    Otherwise it was a fabulous experiment.
    Written 5 February 2023
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  • SalimM
    London, UK1,848 contributions
    This was one of the first stop on a four island private tour o a longboat. Utter bliss, Very few people when we got there and we could spend as much time as we wanted, No rushing off with a group.
    This was two little islands separated by a sandbar. You could walk from one end to the other. The water was clear as expected and it was shallow so you could walk out a bit. The beauty of the place has to be seen to be believed.
    Written 10 January 2023
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  • SalimM
    London, UK1,848 contributions
    One of the bigger islands with a distinctive rock jutting out of the water on one side. There is a little cafe like shack selling some hot food and drinks. Worth a visit.
    Once again the water is shallow, sloping gently as you go farther out. Water is clear. Worth spending more time here to enjoy the surroundings.
    Written 10 January 2023
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  • Jacob v
    Maastricht, The Netherlands5 contributions
    The beach can be nice, especially with a good sunset. Although there is some dirty water running towards the sea that smells bad when you’re close to it (looks like sewage).
    But I spent some good hours there, in the evening with some beers watching the sunset while staying in Ao Nang. Best time to visit in the morning or evening if you want to skip the crowds.
    Written 28 January 2023
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  • JuMarques
    Miami, FL29 contributions
    If you like rather Long Beaches, this is the best of Phi Phi. Not far from the village (30-40 min walk), easy path and with a decent number of restaurants and hotels. Clear water and shadow make it perfect for a beach day.
    Written 29 January 2023
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  • TAIN2013
    Riyadh, Saudi Arabia2,877 contributions
    The beach has beautiful white sand and turquoise waters. It offers a great view of the nearby islands and can be easily reached by long-tail boat. There is a cave with phallic symbols at one end of the beach. Unfortunately it is very popular and at peak times the beach is full of long-tail and other boats. So you can't really swim or sunbathe on it. You can only walk on the beach and admire the great views.
    Written 9 April 2020
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  • Os79
    Leysin, Switzerland2 contributions
    We went off for a day trip by longtail boat.
    We did some snorkeling and we saw Maya Bay.
    Our Guide asked us if we want to see Monkey Beach.
    Our kids never saw monkeys in the wild, so a new experience.

    Although we were on a quite distance of the monkeys. Around 20 meters.
    2 monkeys ran to a guy in front of us. He stepped away and 1 monkey saw my daughter and positioned next to her. The other moment the other monkey just came over and bit her in her leg. Just all in 1 second.

    So you have to be aware!!
    Although it was a small bite, we did all Rabies vaccins.
    We learned our lesson, be very careful with wild animals!
    Better safe than sorry..
    Written 7 September 2022
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  • AngloItalian78
    Aylesbury, UK329 contributions
    Obviously as many others have commented, the beach next to this cave is one of the finest In Thailand and by far the best in this stunning peninsula. But the cave itself is brilliant, full of phallic offerings in all shapes, sizes and colours! Definitely worth seeing for the photo opportunity!
    Written 18 June 2022
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  • Kim B
    Toronto, Canada115 contributions
    lots of long tails tied to the beach. Take your snorkel and mask. there are some rocks; if you have swim shoes wear them
    Written 11 January 2023
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  • DeuceWooo
    United Kingdom1,275 contributions
    We walked from our hotel to Nopp
    Beach on Saturday morning. A few
    locals had already arrived whilst others had left their piles of food in
    various places, perhaps to mark
    their place. We walked across a
    red bridge to get here from Apasari Hotel, so if you see it you will know that you're on the right track. There's shops & restaurants opposite, so you can stop, shop, & snack. Also there's a public toilet just across the road, you will need 5 baht to use it. We hadn't got one & were trying to use a 10 baht coin but it doesn't work. Prince charming popped up from nowhere & scanned us through with his card. Thanks to that lovely man! It was early & quiet when we went, I should imagine it would be a bit more lively if there were more locals around. Whatever, it's always worth a visit as you never know what you may find, & what else are holidays for if not for exploring?
    Written 29 November 2022
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  • MrNiceGuyIsaac
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia141 contributions
    It was nothing much but at the end of the trail there is one hidden beach which supposed to be only accessible via boat to the hotel/resort. It is the raining season now and I won't recommend to take the trail during raining day as the road is slippery and muddy. Some of the hand rail is gone or broken. Kindda dangerous to take the trail during the raining day. Didn't see any monkey during the walk, maybe cause of the rain. The beach is beautiful. It would be great if you go during shinning day.
    Written 19 October 2022
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  • Devendra G
    Gurugram (Gurgaon), India836 contributions
    The island is beautiful and be watched from the boat. Tourists are not allowed to get down at the island. We visited the place on our four island visit to phi phi. Beautiful and scenic place.
    Written 9 February 2020
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  • David
    Oxford, UK1,264 contributions
    Whilst koh Phi Phi has not been hit significantly by covid cases to my knowledge (in fact, then islanders report the. Population is 100% vaccinated), the impact on tourism has been stark.

    In 2017 I visited Phi Phi. The change in 2021 is stark. Whilst the pier seafront bears the infrastructure of mass tourism (burger King and McDonald's prominent) visitors are lacking. Promenades that would once have been crammed are now empty.

    Which makes visiting the tonsai seafront a very different experience.
    Written 26 July 2021
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