J.J. Bungalow & Guest house

Address: 95 Moo 7, Ko Phi Phi Don, 81000, Thailand | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 95 Moo 7, Ko Phi Phi Don, is near Koh Pai, Tup Island, Hat Noppharat Beach, and Ao Phra Nang.
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        Travel Blogs from Ko Phi Phi Don

        Trust me, it's paradise.

        A travel blog entry by sh374 on Nov 06, 2015

        1 comment, 5 photos

        ... was incredible, a definite highlight of the trip so far and something I will never forget. As the evening drew to a close, we boarded the boat to sleep. Everyone ran for the exposed top deck to sleep under the stars though we stayed undercover. Some of us had been forward thinking enough to check the forecast! The storm started off in the distance and was awesome to watch, though as it came closer it occurred to me that the worst place you could ...

        Day 12: Captain Bob's Booze Cruise

        A travel blog entry by hilaryeng on May 07, 2015

        2 photos

        ... out of bamboo and actually live in the cliffs which was crazy to see. We then went to Maya Beach, which I was really looking forward to. However, no one told us that you had to make it through a ton of rough coral and rocks while the waves smash into you to reach the beach. Rach and I ended up getting some pretty bad cuts and I discovered that I am indeed allergic to coral because the cut on my leg started to swell ...

        Malaysia- renowned for the beautiful food

        A travel blog entry by nikkicredfern on Feb 05, 2015

        11 photos

        ... why this place was so popular with all the locals. The next day we took the boat to Bako nature reserve well it was most certainly an adventure as the tiny little boat with 4 very nervous Chinese girls and Nick and I and all our luggage took off in the pouring rain in an open boat. The boat was certainly riding the crashing waves and the worst bit was that our suitcases were drenched through - yikes. We finely arrived looking like not drowned rats ...

        Fried Ice Cream

        A travel blog entry by wattsy on Dec 12, 2014

        3 photos

        ... holders are actually making their wares to sell whilst there. Kirsty finds a pair of flip flops here, ones that fit her! We probably should have haggled over the price, but at 3 it seemed rude to! We had seen a stall on our wander around the market selling fried ice cream. This appeared to be a contradiction, hot ice cream, surely not! Out of curiosity as much as hunger we decided to gets one. We placed our order and watched as they made it. They have ...

        Marooned on Ko Phi Phi...

        A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Nov 03, 2014

        29 photos

        ... of the island that are totally cut off from the crowds which is where we stayed for 5 glorious nights.

        The island is unique in that is doesn’t have any roads so when we arrived at the main pier (Ton Sai) we then had to catch a long tail boat to the East of the island to our isolated Robinson Crusoe style beach called Rantee.

        As soon as we left the hustle bustle of Ton Sai pier and set sail (again) we noticed ...