Phi Phi Villa Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPhi Phi Villa Resort Ko Phi Phi Don
The resort features bungalows right off the beach, with a central pool just away from the sea and only just outside the main slew of bars and restaurants. The location was great for having easy access to the night life while still being far enough from it that sleep was not disturbed noise. The facilities and the room were lovely! I would recommend the accommodation to others!
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... It was like having a forest picnic but on a deserted island with white sand and clear blue water! A little strange! We had a walk along the beach and people watched at the selfie models (Asian tourists) shot laughed at because we have a tan so I pointed and laughed at them back - I won that competition! Don't wear foolish clothes and you won't get laughed at back! :) Our last stop of the day before sunset was shark point, unfortunately no sharks to see at ...
... East Asia for holidays, but 3 weeks would be an ideal timeframe.
Tomorrow we travel back to Bangkok for our last night in Asia, before boarding the big bird for London. We have one night in London before ...
... is very small, and finding anywhere with air con (so hot!). That night we had sat on the beach drinking rum and watching the world go by. Our time in Phi Phi was short but we really enjoyed it. The next day we had breakfast with Josh and Danielle and said our goodbyes before getting our boat to Koh Lanta. It was a short ride to Koh Lanta, followed by 5 minutes in a tuk tuk to our hostel. Koh Lanta is very different from Phi Phi. It's much bigger, more remote and ...
... and again the snorkeling was alright. Not quite as good as what I saw on Koh Phangan. I was also worried about getting chopped up by the numerous longtail boats sailing around the bay. I knew that this beach was a popular tourist spot and to expect it to be crowded. It was crowded, but not wall to wall people that I had expected. We sat on the beach for a while. Then it was time to head back. The waves were crashing hard against our little long tail boat on ...
... stop which was the famous Maya Bay. Made famous by the movie "The Beach" it actually doesn't look like much when you start pulling into the bay, its only when you pull up on the beach and look back at where you came from where you can finally see the beauty and the famous scenery from the movie. Pretty much straight away you feel the number of people on the beach is excessive, just too many people pushing and shoving trying to take photos and not caring what or who is around ...