Transport Phi Phi

You Guide To Koh Phi Phi Don Island Transport

You have three options for getting to Phi Phi: a ferry, a speedboat, or walking. The boat is by far the most common mode of transportation for tourists visiting the Phi Phi islands. A ferry ride takes two hours from Phuket and around 90 minutes from Krabi.

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Get around Koh Phi Phi by boat

Travelling the majestic Thai islands is sure to be one of the most delightful vacations that you can experience in Southeast Asia. You will be amused how these islands are true to life because their sight is surreal. With this, of course, you will not fully experience travelling without knowing the variety of transportation means available to get to the Phi Phi islands.

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Get around Koh Phi Phi by boat

Get around Koh Phi Phi on foot

Have you decided where you would take your next vacation? If not, you may want to consider the majestic islands found in the Land of the Smiles, the Phi Phi Islands.

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Get around Koh Phi Phi on foot

Renting a Car in Koh Phi Phi Islands

Summer is fast approaching, and as travel restrictions continue to subside, you might as well plan your next getaway trip!

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Renting a Car in Koh Phi Phi Islands

At Phi Phi, there is no wheeled transportation. You can walk a short distance, but this isn’t a viable option for numerous journeys.

In reality, there are only two ways to get around Koh Phi Phi.

The best and only way to get around the main settlement area on the main island is on foot (walking and hiking). And the best and only option to island hop as well as access the northern and western parts of the main island is by boat (water taxi and private boats).

With white sand beaches and turquoise waters, Ao Tonsai Pier is the “transport hub” of Phi Phi Island. It also serves as a thriving “commercial center.” Many shops, ranging from travel agency to Internet cafés, 7-11 to gift shops, as well as daily requirements for travel, can be found in the narrow alleys.

Despite its small size (there are no cars or roads here), Koh Phi Phi has plenty to see and do to keep you occupied.

The Krabi International Airport is the closest airport to Phi Phi.

From Bangkok, there is no direct flight to the Phi Phi Islands. You can, however, take the train to Suvarnabhumi Airport, walk to the airport, fly to Phuket, walk to Phuket Airport, take the bus to By Pass Highway, taxi to Rassada Pier, and then take the ferry to the Phi Phi Islands.