There are obviously fewer people here from Tonsai Bay to Rodaramu Bay, but the scenery is still quite good, and the sea is particularly clear. The beach is big and soft, and you can eat in the small restaurant on the beach when you are tired.
The sandy beaches with relatively calm waters are very quiet regardless of whether the tide is rising or falling. There are many people on the beach throughout the day, especially when the sun is at its highest, many people are exposed to the sun, and the sun is really red.
Rodamu Bay is on the back of Tonsai Bay. Although it is not as lively as Tonsai Bay, there are some shops and restaurants as soon as it gets ashore. There is only a narrow section of land between Rodam Bay and Saitong Bay. The two bays can be said to be back-to-back. Therefore, you can reach the opposite Saitong Bay by crossing one street. There are many small shops and various snacks in the street. We went all the way to eat. We also went to a Thai 7·11 to buy anti-mosquito ointment and seasickness medicine.
Great place to visit
lovely beach with viewwhat a lovely beach it is. we just walked all around in white sand and boats for moving around. it was noon and sun was very harsh on us. so moved around for some time , but i recommend boat ride. it is lovely ride calm and relaxing.
Rodaramu Bay is a bay on the west side of Phi Phi Island, and it is also a good place for deep diving. Many divers walk from the beach to the depths with diving tools on their backs, which is quite interesting. To be honest, diving equipment is really heavy, but it is much lighter in deep water.