Ko Phi Phi Journals

Honeymoon in Thailand - Pt 2

A May 2001 trip to Ko Phi Phi by Horseye

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Quote: After a week in Bangkok and Krabi (Ao Nang), Anne and I got the ferry out to idyllic Ko Phi Phi, a paradise on earth.

Honeymoon in Thailand - Pt 2


Our transfer from Ton Sai where the ferry comes in from Krabi (and Phuket) to our hotel was in a long-tail boat, organised by the hotel. On the way back, though, we chartered a speed boat which took us round Ko Phi Phi Leh (the smaller island adjacent) which was a great trip!

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The only ways to get around Ko Phi Phi are on foot or by long-tail boat - these boats are easy and inexpensive to charter.

Holiday Inn Resort

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Hotel | "Holiday Inn Resort (formerly Phi Phi Travelodge)"

Holiday Inn Resort Photo, Ko Phi Phi, Thailand
This hotel comprises 80 individual bungalows set within woodland adjacent to a beautiful white sand beach. They are well spaced and private, and each bungalow has a decent sized bedroom and a shower-room.

The resort includes the hillside behind the bungalows and there is a bar at the top of the hill from where you can get views out over the other side of the island. There is also a bar by the beach and a restaurant.

The beach is gorgeous, pure white sand with views out over the turqouise tropical sea out towards Mosquito Island.

It really is a fabulous place to spend a few days.

Member Rating 5 out of 5 on May 27, 2003

Holiday Inn Resort
Laem Tong Beach
Ko Phi Phi, Thailand
(66) 75-621334

Speedboat tour of Ko Phi Phi Leh

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Phi Phi Leh Photo, Ko Phi Phi, Thailand
When we left the Holiday Inn Resort, we had been going to get the complimentary long tail boat transfer back to Ton Sai Bay for the ferry back to the mainland. However, we were keen to see Phi Phi Leh (the smaller of the main Phi Phi islands) so took the opportunity to charter a speedboat to take us there, and drop us off at Ton Sai in time to catch the ferry. The hotel reception arranged it for us, but there are many agents around all the resort areas that can arrange such trips. It cost approximately $75 and our trip lasted about two hours. It was a fantastic experience. The boat picked us up on time as arranged and we felt like royalty as we glided away from the beach, picking up speed and pa...Read More