Speedboat & Ferry travel to Phi Phi Island from Krabi, Phuket and Lanta is just the coolest experience. As your 300-400 passenger speedboat & ferry boat approaches in the deep blue waters, you'll be in awe of Phi Phi's natural beauty. Speedboat & Ferry travel is especially popular between Phi Phi Island and Phuket Island, with five or more daily boat trips. Speedboats & Ferries also travel to and from Ao Nang, Krabi Town, Lanta Island and Railay Bay. Each speedboat & ferry is well maintained, subject to regular safety inspections, and carries all the necessary safety gear and lifejackets on board. As for your travel arrangements, all our speedboat & ferry company partners are familiar with our e-tickets and customer service processes. When you arrive at the speedboat & ferry terminal, simply show your printed e-ticket to the relevant speedboat & ferry boat staff. They will take your e-ticket and issue you with your destination sticker that you'll need to wear for the entirety of your boat trip. Phi Phi Island's main speedboat & ferry entry point is Tonsai Pier. However, if you are staying toward the Laemtong area in Phi Phi Natural Resort, Zeavola Resort, PP Erawan Resort or the Phi Phi Holiday Inn Resort, you'll need to head for the speedboat & ferry pick up / drop off point at Laemtong Bay. Whatever your reason for entering or leaving Phi Phi Island, have an amazing speedboat & ferry trip and if you get a spare moment send us a postcard!
Phi Phi Island has to be one of the most beautiful islands in the world. As you draw near by sea the hilly, limestone landscape complete with cliffs and caves is wonderfully impressive. When setting foot on the beaches and gazing at the tranquil and turquoise ocean, your soul smiles. With national park status, although much more popular than ever before, Phi Phi beaches remain natural and protected. Bring your camera!
The island's name, "Phi Phi" stems from the Malay word, "Pulau Api-Api", meaning "Fiery Isle". This refers to the numerous grey mangroves known by old Malay travellers as "the Fiery Tree". Found thriving on Phi Phi's tropical shores, the smart seafarers would use the strong wood for boat building and spear making! Nowadays, they grace the bays, naturally enhancing the exotic landscape.
Phi Phi Don
The largest of the two main islands, Phi Phi Don is like two islands separated by a thin stretch of beach land, quite stunning! Originally a backpacker's paradise, the space between the two bays are now filled with small restaurants, shops and tour centres. Immerse in tropical serenity or take a 15 minute walk, 186 meters up to the viewpoint to witness a view of the whole island and sunset never to forget!
Phi Phi Leh
Uninhabited by man, Phi Phi Leh is a treasured national park with bays and pristine waters that make a wonderful snorkelling environment. Visit Phaya Naak Cave, decorated with prehistoric sketches. Or Maya Bay, surely the most beautiful beach of the Phi Phi collection. Here you can find a cliff with a perfect jump spot - you can climb and dive into the sea from 20 meters high!
Maya Bay on the island of Phi Phi Leh was the setting for the acclaimed movie "The Beach", starring Leonardo Di Caprio in 2000, based on a novel. Maya Bay is simple, a couple of authentic wood huts serving small snacks and drinks is all you'll find. Shielded by 100 meter cliffs on three sides and washed by crystal clear waters, this is snorkelling paradise!
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