Known For : Phi Phi Viewpoint Koh Phi Phi Leh Bamboo Island
Phi Phi consists of a group of six islands. Only 40 km away from Phuket, Phi Phi Don and Phi Phi Leh are the two most famous islands of the six. With their pristine waters and vibrant parties, these islands are a wonderful way to spend a few days in Thailand.
Best Time: Throughout the year
Although the beach can get quite crowded in the peak season. All photographers who love postcard perfect pictures should come and visit this once.
Koh Lanta Island is renowned as the lesser-known paradise in the Andaman Sea between the Phi Phi Islands and the western coast of Thailand. It is a cluster of 52 islands, and most of them are uninhabited as well as away from the clutches of commercialization. This allows visitors to experience an authentic island experience and a relaxing vacation amidst jungles, coral reefs, balmy weather, and secluded beaches. Not only this, but at Koh Lanta you can also enjoy scuba diving, snorkeling, getting inked, a soothing Thai massage, or just a longtail boat tour.
Bamboo Island boasts of some of the best crystal clear waters and whitest sand just like you see in the pictures. The turquoise coloured waters are perfect for swimming and snorkeling.
You can righteously say that Hong Island, a great tourist destination just off the Krabi coast in the Phang Nga Province, is an undiscovered and unordinary gem waiting to be explored. This island consists of a group of four exotic tropical islands that can be reached within 20 to 30 minutes from Ao Nang in a speedboat. Hong Island is a spot every adventure freak, as well as nature lover, would want to be at. Some even call the island the most mesmerising place in the Krabi province.
Pak Bia island is a small island which is best known for snorkelling, swimming and diving. The emerald green and crystal clear waters in this island will make you visit this island more than just once. A boat tour through the island and the neighbouring islands is the best way to to make the most of Koh Pak Bia.
Koh Kai is a small island which belongs to Pagoda group of island. Also known as Chicken Island, Koh Kai shelters a rooster shaped rock on the limestone mountain at Kai Island. This rock is the symbol of Krabi sea. The water on this island is turquoise blue and welcomes everyone to take a refreshing dip.
Koh Mor is a small island which belongs to the Mu Koh Pagoda group of islands. This island is connected to Koh tap, another beautiful island, by a sandbar. Koh Mor is popular for snorkelling and diving under its clear, blue water.
Now that you have a brief picture of Krabi blues, let us know about your favourite ones in the comments below!