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Koh Phi Phi Le In Krabi
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Koh Phi Phi Le In Krabi, Thailand

Koh Phi Phi Le in Krabi, also known as Koh Phi Phi Leh, is one of the islands of the Phi Phi archipelago in the Strait of Malacca. It is located in the province of Krabi, which is one of the most visited places in Thailand. It is 6.6 km square in area and is the second-largest island of the Phi Phi archipelago, the first one being Ko Phi Phi Don. The Ko Phi Phi Le island consists of a ring of steep limestone hills that surrounds two shallow bays, Maya Bay and Loh Samah.

Koh Phi Phi Le is a paradise uninhabited by man which is embedded with bays and pristine waters which you can adore on your Krabi tour package. The untouched natural beauty is a perfect relaxing getaway in the otherwise bustling and entertaining Thailand tour.

Koh Phi Phi Leh
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One of the most prominent beaches in beaches in Thailand to immerse yourself in an amazing tropical summer vacation is the stunning beach of Koh Phi Phi Le. Apart from all the stunning attractions that nature has to offer, what makes this more unique is the fact that there are many islands, 6 in specific, out of which 2 are a part of the main body.


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How to reach?

The most ideal way to get into the Koh Phi Phi Le Island is through boats. There are a lot of public ferries operating from 9:30 am in the morning, which is the cheapest and most efficient way to reach Koh Phi Phi Le Island. Although if you are looking for a more private experience, you could hire a longtail boat which will take you to the destination of your interest. Please keep in mind there are no direct public boats to take you to the Koh Phi Phi Le beaches, and hence you’d have to hire private boats.

Poda island beach
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The ideal time to reach Koh Phi Phi Le in Krabi

There is no ideal season or time to visit the Koh Phi Phi Le as it is an all-year destination and tourists visit this place any time of the day at their own will on their Krabi holiday packages. Although this region is part of a national park, there is no entrance fee even though a nominal fee should be collected. Beware of scammers at the Koh Phi Phi Le island where they may loot you by asking for an entry fee of 400 baht.

Koh Poda
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Attractions and experiences at the Koh Phi Phi Le

The breath-taking beach of Ko Phi Phi Le in Krabi is an engaging spot for travellers of all age groups. This is very famous for its scenic beauty and the different kinds of islands.

There is a lot of variety of activity options on the beach of Ko Phi Phi Le, like trekking, scuba diving, snorkelling, and many more. Apart from that, you can also consider rock climbing in the amazing limestone rocks around the region and also visit the mosquito island and explore the historic caves.

Thailand koh phi phi isthmus
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You also have a lot of restaurant options that offer wide cuisines, including one of the most authentic Thai dishes that everyone must relish in their Thailand tour.

There are a lot of massage centres in Ko Phi Phi Le, but don’t consider the centres around the beach as they are generally twice expensive as the other centres. If you are planning to have a mini stay, it is better to prebook the hotel/resort as it may tend to get sold out pretty quickly, especially during the peak seasons.

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