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Solo Travelling Through Phi Phi

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Embarking on a solo journey through the captivating islands of Phi Phi is an exhilarating adventure that promises a unique blend of natural beauty, vibrant culture, and boundless exploration. From the lively atmosphere of Tonsai Village to the secluded coves and pristine beaches, each corner of Phi Phi has its own charm, making it an ideal destination for those seeking both tranquillity and vibrant social experiences.

Getting around Koh Phi Phi

Phi Phi lacks roads and vehicular traffic, with the exception of complimentary or inexpensive push bikes provided by the majority of the island’s resorts and hostels. Getting around the central village is a brief 10-minute pedal or a 20-minute stroll. The beaches in the northern part of the island can be reached with a 20- to 30-minute bike ride or a quick boat trip. Convenient taxi boats are available to drop you off at any beach along the way, or to your luxury hotel on Phi Phi Island.

Witness the nature

Embark on a thirty-minute hike to reach the Phi Phi Don viewpoint. Though it may be a sweaty endeavour, the breathtaking panorama of paired bays, rugged mountains adorned in the rainforest, and the azure expanse of the coral sea will undoubtedly leave you in awe. This experience is particularly enchanting during the late afternoon, as the sun descends in a fiery orange hue behind the hills, gradually transitioning the sky from deep orange to violet, adorned with a canvas of star-speckled deep blue.

Party the night away​​​​​​​

Phi Phi Parties

Image via Wikimedia Commons – Per Meistrup, Full-Moon-Party-2016 DSC03482w, CC BY-SA 4.0

Sip and groove on the sandy shores – Phi Phi stands out as one of Southeast Asia’s premier beach-party hubs. Independent adventurers gather at Ao Lo Dalam beach to partake in ceaseless pool festivities, witness Muay Thai contests at the Reggae Bar, and be captivated by fire performances on the beach at Slinky, maintaining its status as the island’s ultimate dance hotspot. Consider dropping by from your room at the SAii Phi Phi Island Village.

Explore the Coast

Following the pandemic, as coral reefs have had the opportunity to rest and rejuvenate, Phi Phi’s underwater world is now teeming with vibrant marine life. This presents an ideal moment to explore the Garang Heng reefs, the King Cruiser shipwreck, and the Hat Noppharat Thara-Mu marine park through snorkelling or scuba diving.




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