The Phi Phi Island Thailand are a group of islands located between Phuket and the Straits of Malacca. The islands are part of Krabi Province in Thailand. Here are a few reasons to visit this island group:
Phi Phi Don
The main island of Ko’ Phi’s Phi-Phi archipelago is Ko’Phi Don, known for its white-sand beaches. The famous Maya Bay, the King Cruiser Wreck, and the Anemone Reef are all located on the island. Snorkeling in the area is a must-do for the curious traveler.
After dark, the island explodes with life, with bars and clubs popping up on the main street. Fire shows are held on the beach at Loh Dalum Bay. Hundreds of young people buy buckets and sit in front of the stage to watch the shows. There is great music and dancing. While you’re at it, don’t miss the famous Ibiza Pool Party or the PP Princess Pool Party, two of the island’s top parties.
Phi Phi Leh
There is plenty to do on the beautiful island of Phang Nga, but perhaps the biggest draw is uninhabited Phi-Phi Leh. This uninhabited island features many spectacular bays and caves – perfect for snorkelling and diving! You can enjoy all kinds of land and sea activities on the island, which is home to more than 200 species of birds. You can even learn to cook Thai food at Pum’s Cooking School.
The village-style resort is located in a secluded area near mangroves. The property-developer Singha Estate, which also produces Thailand’s famous beer, has spearheaded a massive program to rehabilitate the marine environment. A marine biologist is leading the efforts. There is no shortage of wildlife on the island, and you can even watch dolphins swim right next to you!
Loh Dalum Bay fire shows
At Loh Dalum Bay on Phi-Phi Island, young islanders light up the night by lighting up the beach with fire. It is very impressive, especially during the night when the fire is roaring in the background. The beach is lined with bars and restaurants. At sunset, young men dance on stilts, throw and catch torches, and even play with fireballs. Many of these parties feature impressive fire shows and even barefoot jumping.
After sunset, the island explodes into a nightlife. Bars line the main streets, and fire shows are a popular attraction. One of the island’s most famous events is the fire show at Loh Dalum Bay, where locals buy buckets and sit on the beach in front of a makeshift stage. The music is loud and the fire is spectacular, and the crowd is giddy with excitement.
Phi Phi Island Village Beach Resort
The 201 rooms at Phi’Phi Island Village Beach Resort feature air-conditioning, minibars, and balconies. Some rooms also feature satellite TV. Breakfast is served each morning at the restaurant and bar, which features traditional Thai fare. Lunch and dinner are available at Ruan Thai Restaurant and Beach House Grill & Chill. The Beach House Grill & Chill is the resort’s alfresco restaurant.