From Koh Phangan to Koh Phi Phi by Ferry, Bus and Ferry
Embarking from Koh Phangan to the revered Koh Phi Phi requires a combination of ferry and bus services. It is situated in the embrace of the Malacca coast and Phuket. Koh Phi Phi is best known for Koh Phi Phi Don, the archipelago's most visited isle. There is no motorized traffic on Phi Phi. It means that scooters and taxis are replaced by the simplicity of footpaths and the occasional essential vehicle.
Phi Phi's isolated charm is due to its lack of an airport, making sea travel the exclusive method of arrival. No direct ferry sails from Koh Phangan. You must navigate through Surat Thani, board a bus or minivan to Krabi, and catch a ferry to reach the shores of Phi Phi.
The island is a portal to the Andaman Sea's treasures. Ferry services connect you to Koh Samui, Koh Lanta, and Koh Tao. Various ferry companies also offer voyages to idyllic locations like Koh Lipe, Koh Kradan, and Koh Mook, with tickets available for purchase through our portal.
A convenient trip from Thong Sala Pier to Tonsai Pier via Donsak Pier can be arranged with a single ticket. A joint-ticket that covers ferry and land transportation, available on our website.
Nestled nearby is the serene Ao Nang, a gateway to white sand beaches and azure waters, just a ferry ride away from Phi Phi. Here, the sand beach stretches invitingly, offering a tranquil respite from the voyage and a preview of the coastal splendor that awaits on Phi Phi Island.
From Thong Sala Pier to Tonsai Pier through Donsak Pier by ferry + bus + ferry
The ferry operator Lomprayah offers a myriad of options for sea travel, connecting the dots between the islands in the Andaman Sea. For a seamless route from Thong Sala Pier to Tonsai Pier via Donsak Pier, travelers can avail of a joint-ticket encompassing ferry services and land transfers, purchasable on our website. Just beyond, the picturesque Ao Nang awaits, with its pristine sand beaches forming a prelude to the natural grandeur of Phi Phi.
From Thong Sala Pier to Tonsai Pier through Tapee Pier by ferry+bus+ferry
Or, one can embark on a journey from Thong Sala Pier to Tonsai Pier through Tapee Pier with a ferry-bus-ferry combination, securing a single ticket that includes all segments of the trip on our site.
Best time to visit
If you're looking to catch Koh Phi Phi in its prime, aim for a getaway between November and January. This is when the island really struts its stuff, with weather that's just right – think clear, sunny days, a nice break from the stickiness of humidity, and sea conditions that are like glass, making it the ultimate playground for every kind of water adventure you can imagine. But don't write off the low season, which runs from May to October. Sure, the island gets a bit more rain, and the seas can be a tad moody, but it's also when Phi Phi lets down its hair. The crowds thin out, prices take a dive, and you've got more room to roam.
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