My Trip
(0)

Phi Phi Beaches

Hotel Quick Finder | Select the date of your stay
to
  night(s)
  • Phi Phi Islands' Beaches

    Loh Dalum, Tonsai Village and Maya Bay

    The Phi Phi group of islands is the ultimate destination for beach lovers in southern Thailand. Coming in all shapes and sizes, the beaches of Phi Phi all share white powdery sand, crystal-clear water, and coconut trees that give them a picturesque touch. Wannabe explorers and adventurers can spend days hopping from one beach to the other, soaking up the sun in this relaxing environment.

    From Tonsai Village and beach (the centre of all the action in Phi Phi) to the splendid bay of Loh Dalum; the remote Laem Thong Beach to the stunning and world-renowned Maya Bay, along with the many beaches and bays scattered along the coast of the two main islands of the group (Koh Phi Phi Don and Koh Phi Phi Leh), get ready to have sand between your toes while sipping a fresh drink, lazing on the shore, watching the colours of the sea changing throughout the day.

  • Most Booked Hotels
    (Phi Phi)
    Guest Rating From
    1. Zeavola Resort 4.5/ 5
    2. Villa 360 4.0/ 5
    3. Phi Phi The Beach Resort 3.8/ 5
    4. PP Charlie Beach Resort 2.8/ 5
    5. Phi Phi Arboreal Resort 3.2/ 5
    6. PP Princess Resort 3.3/ 5
    7. P. P. Erawan Palms Resort 4.1/ 5

Other Beaches & Bays in Phi Phi

0

A beautiful tranquil bay half way up the east coast of Phi Phi Don, one of Phi Phi's larger beaches at 800m long, the best coral is at the south end. The bay is mostly occupied by Phi Phi Island Village Beach Resort yet features a splendid hinterland full of surprises. Read More...

Hide Map Show Map
0

Loh Lana (Lana Bay, also spelled Loh Lannah or Loh Lanna) is a splendid cove located on the the northwest coast of Koh Phi Phi Don, the main island of the Phi Phi group. Featuring a 500-metre long beach, it is totally undeveloped apart from a hotel under construction which seems to have been abandoned since 2014. The shallow waters of this square-shaped bay offer great snorkelling opportunities at both ends of the strand. Read More...

Hide Map Show Map
0

Located just outside Loh Dalum Bay to the west, Monkey Bay is a deserted tranquil beach with good coral. Some daytrips stop here to see the monkeys, watch out - they can be very cheeky. Read More...

Hide Map Show Map
0

Monkey Beach is located on the west side of Tonsai Bay about 700m from the beach. At very high tide there's not much beach but at other times there's plenty of sand. The monkeys here eat offered fruit. Read More...

Hide Map Show Map
0

Moo Dee Bay (Loh Moo Dee in Thai) hosts a 500m-long white sand beach bordered by emerald waters. Situated on the east coast of Koh Phi Phi Don, it is the perfect escape from the crowd (at least until lunch time), Moo Dee Beach can be reached on foot from Tonsai East along a 1km path starting behind Bay View Resort; and from the path starting at the bottom of Phi Phi Viewpoint. A less tiring way to get there is to hire a long-tail boat near Tonsai jetty, which will take you to Moo Dee in about 20mn for a fee of 150/200 baht (you must test your bargaining skill). Read More...

Hide Map Show Map

Nui Beach

0

Nui Beach is settled in a tiny cove located to the south of Lana Bay on the west coast of Koh Phi Phi Don. Framed by tall karsts which offer excellent rock climbing opportunities, it is a renowned field among snorkelling enthusiasts. A few limestone karts – including one of Phi Phi’s landmarks, Camel Rock - jut out from the sea right in front of the beach, adding to its exotic feel. You can get there by long-tail boat from Loh Dalum for a few hundred baht, or by hiking through the jungle from Loh Lana or Loh Bagao, although the trail is steep and tricky.

Hide Map Show Map

Phak Nam Bay (aka Relax Bay)

0

Phak Nam Bay (aka Relax Bay) is located just south of Loh Bagao on the east coast of Phi Phi Don Island. This 400-metre long beach offers the ideal spot to take a holiday off the beaten track at one of the two accommodation choices it houses: Phi Phi Power Beach Resort and Phi Phi Relax Beach Resort. Stuck between the turquoise waters of the Andaman Sea and the various shades of green of the rain forest, Phak Nam Bay is really a tranquil place to be. The main way to get to Phak Nam Bay is obviously by long-tail boat yet, if you stay in Laem Thong or Loh Bagao, you can reach Phak Nam Bay on foot through the jungle; please note that the is trail is rather steep.

Hide Map Show Map
0

Pi Leh is a long thin bay with 100m high cliffs on all sides, at the entrance there's a shelf, the top of which is too shallow for anything other than speedboat or longtail, this stops it from getting too busy. Read More...

Hide Map Show Map

Viking Beach

0

Viking Beach is a tiny spot located between the eastern end of Tonsai and Long Beach. The two beaches are separated by a small rocky cape covered with lush vegetation which houses Viking Natures Resort. The resort’s restaurant is right on the eponymous beach and offers the perfect spot for lunching or dining in very quiet and idyllic settings. Snorkelling is great on the two sides of the 25-metre beach, and the foliage offers cool shading. The short trail through the jungle to get there is not that difficult; it starts at the back side of the Arayaburi Resort and ends at Tonsai East.

Hide Map Show Map
 
Hotel Quick Finder | Select the date of your stay
to
  night(s)

Download our free travel guide

Get access to our free travel guides of the best things to do, see and visit, the best restaurants, shops and places to go at night too! All the important basics such weather and travel tips for your first trip are in there.

Print it out to carry around, save it on your phone or use it when you arrive. Just enter your details to get your free PDF Travel Guide and also add you to our free Asia Web Direct Travel Club Newsletter.

Talk to us!

Help us keep this site up-to-date by sending us your comments:

  • - Tell us if something is not right, outdated or closed
  • - Suggest your restaurant, bar or shop
  • - Tell what you would like to see in this website

Loading...