Traveling to the Islands that are most famous for being the setting of the movie “The Beach” has never been easier than on our fast boat service, with quick and easy ticket bookings on our site.
Easily accessible from most parts of Thailand with varying distances, the Island is a popular destination from most hot spots in the country, leaving as early as 8:30am.
Times, scheduling and accurate booking with trusted operators can all be found with us and travel has never been easier.
Ferry to Phi Phi Island
Phuket - Phi Phi Islands - 1-hour
Langkawi – Phi Phi Islands 7H30min
Khaolak, Phang-nga – Phi Phi Islands (Via Klong Jilad Pier) 6H30min
Koh Laoliang - Phi Phi Islands 4H30min
Koh Bulone - Phi Phi Islands 5H15min
Koh Lipe - Phi Phi Islands – 4H (1 Stop)
Koh Lipe - Phi Phi Islands – 6H (8 Stops)
Traveling from Phi Phi Island
Phi Phi Islands – Phuket 1-Hour
Phi Phi Islands – Langkawi – 7H30min
Phi Phi Islands - Khaolak, Phang-nga - 6H30min
Phi Phi Islands – Koh Laoliang - 4H30min
Phi Phi Islands – Koh Bulone – 5H15min
Phi Phi Islands – Koh Lipe 4H (1 Stop)
Phi Phi Islands – Koh Lipe 6H (8 Stops)
A bit more to know about the Phi Phi Islands
The beautiful and majestic Phi Phi Islands are nestled between Phuket and the Straits of Malacca. And even though there are others, the beach on the second largest Island in the group known as Ko Phi Phi Le, is the most visited for being the setting of the Hollywood Blockbuster, “The Beach”.
Accessible by fast boat from the piers in the Phuket province, one can also predominantly access the destination from Krabi Town which is the main town in the province of Krabi. Which can also be booked on our site.
Given the beauty of the island, it should come as no surprise that the islands are prehistoric in nature and that it is one of the oldest proven communities in Thailand.
After the Tsunami in 2004, many paved roads were built in the reconstruction and now cover a large amount of Ton Sai Bay and Loh Dalum Bay. The paved roads however, are not for automobiles but mainly for bicycles and pedestrian use. The only permitted automobiles are emergency vehicles. Which given the ancient nature of the location and ecosystems, this decision proves to be in favor of all, which leads bicycling to be the main mode of transportation on the Phi Phi Islands.
In 2009, the government built a large deep-water pier in Tonsai Bay which takes ferry boats from Phuket, Ko Lanta and Krabi. Upon arrival, all visitors to Phi Phi have to pay 20 TB (Thai Baht) at the pier. Since it is a sizeable pier, all types of boats and ferries have their own designated drop off points which makes the departure and arrival convenient and very efficient, even during peak season.