Phi Phi Island , Krabi
About Phi Phi Island
The Phi Phi Islands are a group of islands situated the grand island of Phuket and the Straits of Malacca coast of Thailand. Among all the islands the Phi Phi Don is the most populated one, while the beaches of the second largest island Ko Phi Phi Le are visited by many tourists as well. These islands are very accessible by speed boats or long-tail boats. The Koh Phi Phi Le is also the home to the Viking Cave which has a thriving industry of edible bird's nest. Like the James Bond Island, a part of this island Ko Phi Phi Le was a location for a Hollywood movie called 'The Beach' in the year of 2000, since then it is striving as a tourist destination for travellers worldwide. From what archaeologists have studied, this area is a part of the oldest settlements in Thailand dating back to the prehistoric period. The islands come under the jurisdiction of the Krabi Province and have particularly two sets of climates one being the hot season during the months of January till April and the other rainy season during the months of May till December.