Attractions

Top Choice Viewpoint in Ko Phi-Phi

Phi-Phi Viewpoint

The strenuous Phi-Phi viewpoint climb is a steep, rewarding 20- to 30-minute hike up hundreds of steps and narrow twisting paths. Follow the signs on the road heading northeast from Ton Sai Village; most people will…
Lake in Ko Phi-Phi

Ao Pileh

One of two gorgeous emerald lagoons that await in Phi-Phi Leh's interior, Pileh lies on the eastern coast. It's predictably busy, but the thrill of kayaking between these towering limestone walls never gets old.
Cave in Ko Phi-Phi

Viking Cave

On the northeastern tip of the island, Viking Cave is a major collection point for outrageously valuable swifts' nests, the key components of the Chinese speciality bird's-nest soup. Nimble collectors scamper up fra…
Bay in Ko Phi-Phi

Ao Maya

Dramatically flanked by green-clad cliffs, majestic Ao Maya sits on Phi-Phi Leh's western shoreline. In 1999, its beautiful sands were controversially used as a set for The Beach, based on Alex Garland's cult novel.…
Dive Site in Ko Phi-Phi

King Cruiser Wreck

Passenger ferry that sank in 1997 after hitting nearby Anemone Reef. It is no longer safe to dive inside the wreck but there's lots of marine life here: keep an eye out for snappers, leopard sharks, barracudas, scor…
Dive Site in Ko Phi-Phi

Kledkaeo Wreck

Decommissioned Thai navy ship that was deliberately sunk as an artificial dive site in March 2014. Underwater inhabitants include lionfish, snappers, groupers and barracudas.
Dive Site in Ko Phi-Phi

Hin Bida Phi-Phi

Submerged pinnacle with hard coral, turtles, leopard sharks and occasional mantas and whale sharks, at 5m to 30m. Probably the best of the local dive sites.
Dive Site in Ko Phi-Phi

Ko Bida Nok

Karst massif with gorgonians, leopard sharks, barracudas and occasional whale sharks and mantas (18m to 22m).
Dive Site in Ko Phi-Phi

Anemone Reef

Hard coral reef with plentiful anemones and clownfish and a depth of 17m to 26m.
Monument in Ko Phi-Phi

Marlin Monument

On the main Ao Ton Sai street.