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Open tickets are valid for up to 12 months from booking date (see ticket conditions).

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Koh Phi Phi Guide

Koh Phi Phi Ferry Port

Koh Phi Phi consists of six smaller islands, with the port located on the largest and only inhabited island of Ko Phi Phi Don. The island group, known as the Ko Phi Phi archipelago, forms part of Thailand and is renowned for being the home to an abundance of beautiful white sand beaches next to limestone cliffs. Some film fans may know some of the shores of the islands from the film ‘The Beach’. Unsurprisingly, the islands' incredible aesthetics have prompted the tag ‘Darling of the Andaman Coast’ and has become a haven for travellers looking to explore the isles of exotic lands. Infamous for the all night parties filled with travellers and backpackers from all over the globe, those looking for a fun filled holiday ensure they head to Koh Phi Phi. The largest island, Koh Phi Phi Don, is practically two islands joined together by a narrow stretch of land. The port is located at Ao Ton Sai which is found near the peninsula; it is littered with souvenir shops, cafes, restaurants and is nearly always incredibly busy. This area of the island isn’t particularly picturesque, so visitors may be best served heading to the beautiful eastern coast as soon as they step off the boat. Crossings depart from the port several times per day, heading to the nearby islands and the Thailand mainland. Due to the close proximity of the islands, sailings are relatively short and cross rugged landscapes bordering endless seas making for a pleasant journey.

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