Phi Phi – Bamboo
Known as Paradise island among tourists and was chosen for the shooting of the movie “The Beach”. The crescent moon-shaped clear water hidden in the huge limestone mountain.
is surprisingly calmer than any other neighboring bay. The views of the lagoon are stunning with their turquoise watercolor with sheer limestone cliffs surrounding.
is a one of Phi Phi’s attractions and unique sight. The cave was named after the prehistoric drawings found on its walls, similar to ones found in ancient Viking ships.
Is better known as “Yong Kasem Bay” is one of Krabi’s best-kept secrets of Phi-Phi Don. It’s inhabited by colonies of crab-eating macaques which gave the island its name. One of the best places to snorkel or just enjoy a dip in the crystal clear waters.
Ton Sai Bay
Perhaps the best spot for our lunch break, where one can just walk to visit most places in Tonsai Village within 10 minutes for a change.