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Ko Mai Phai Island

377 Reviews
Liked by 8
Business Suspended Business hours TBA
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 2 hours
Address: Bamboo Island,Ko Phi Phi Don
Phone: +66-75-623944

What people are saying:

Little Phi Phi Island and Big Phi Phi Island are separated by about 2 kilometers, surrounded by cliffs. The terrain is dangerous and there are several huge limestone caves. The island has not undergone any development, nor does it provide accommodation. The wild monkeys are full of mountains, but the water quality is particularly clear, especially suitable for diving. There are scenic spots such as Maya Bay and Viking Caves. Maya Bay can be used for diving. There are many petrels inhabiting the Viking Caves, so it is also called "bird's nest cave". It is precisely because of the clear waters and snow-white beaches that this place was chosen as the location for the Hollywood movie "Beach".

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  • mugshot69


    Wow!! Amazing. No one on the beach!! Great day. Hot !! Not that many people in town cause of the covit. Let's hope other people can enjoy it soon ;)

    Reviewed on /Date(1609207482000+0800)/
  • Pimster69

    Sexy Beach

    I came with a special friend.. soo romantic. i wanted to stay forever.. we were the only people on the beach for like a few hours.. hope to come back again but married lol

    Reviewed on /Date(1609099782000+0800)/
  • robcK9588IH


    This place has a two price Thailand system where foreigners are charged 10x the local price 40 Baht for locals 400 for foreign visitors. This is discrimination and to top it all if you work here they ...

    Reviewed on /Date(1597281250000+0800)/
  • Iain M
    Iain M

    one of the most beautiful islands I've ever visited

    Stopped here on the way back from the Phi Phi speedboat tour. A beautiful, national island. White sands, green and turquoise sea. Can't stay here but well worth a stop and a swim. Stunning

    Reviewed on /Date(1596462180000+0800)/
  • Jonas H
    Jonas H
    Kalmar län, Sverige


    This is the best beach by far i ever been at, the water is awesome, well worth a trip here. Never taken so much photos of my wife ( she told me) as at this beach. Our trip here was the best ever.

    Reviewed on /Date(1588910194000+0800)/

Additional Information


Ko Mai Phai Island is an outlying island of Great Phi Phi Islands. Located in the northeast of Great Phi Phi Islands, the island must be reached via a half-hour boat trip from Tonsai Bay Pier. The island features delicate white beaches and the lush bamboo forest for which it is named. The sea around Ko Mai Phai Island is azure in the distance, and becomes a clear jade by the seashore. The island has perfectly maintained natural features and fascinating fish swimming near the shore.
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