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PhiPhi Island Trip 

Depart from Nopparat Thara Paier to Phi Phi Islands.

      Pileh Bay (Ao Pileh) is a stunning natural bay located on Phi Phi Leh Island, which is part of the Phi Phi Islands in the Krabi Province of Thailand. It is known for its picturesque limestone cliffs, crystal-clear turquoise waters, and tranquil atmosphere. Pileh Bay is surrounded by towering cliffs covered in lush greenery, creating a breathtaking backdrop for visitors. The bay itself is a natural lagoon with calm and inviting waters, making it a popular spot for swimming, snorkeling, and kayaking. The water in Pileh Bay is incredibly clear, allowing you to see the colorful marine life and coral reefs beneath the surface.

     Monkey Bay is named after the monkeys that inhabit the surrounding cliffs and jungle. Visitors to Monkey Bay often have the opportunity to see these playful and curious monkeys up close. However, it's important to note that while they can be entertaining to observe, it's crucial to respect their natural habitat and avoid feeding or touching them.

    Maya Bay is a famous bay located on Phi Phi Leh Island, which is part of the Phi Phi Islands in Thailand's Krabi Province. It gained international fame as the filming location for the movie "The Beach" starring Leonardo DiCaprio. Maya Bay is known for its breathtaking beauty, with stunning limestone cliffs, crystal-clear turquoise waters, and a pristine sandy beach.

    Viking Cave is another notable attraction located on Phi Phi Leh Island in the Phi Phi Islands of Thailand. The cave gets its name from the paintings and drawings found on its walls, resembling ancient Viking ships. However, it is important to note that the cave has no historical connection to Vikings and the origins of the paintings are not definitively known.

   ​Bamboo Island is renowned for its natural beauty and untouched surroundings. It features a picturesque crescent-shaped beach with soft white sand and crystal-clear turquoise waters, making it an idyllic spot for swimming, sunbathing, and beach picnics. The island is surrounded by coral reefs, making it a fantastic snorkeling and diving location. Snorkelers can explore the underwater world and encounter a variety of colorful fish and coral formations.

* The program may be subject to change due to the weather,  time spent at each spot and different tide level in each day.

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