About Phi Phi Islands: The Phi Phi Islands are an archipelago consisting of the Great Phi Phi Island in the north and smaller Ko Phi Phi Le in the south, along with a four smaller islands around it. It was designated a National Park of Thailand in 1983.
Great Phi Phi Island is shaped like an irregular dumbbell, with two sets of green hills on either end of two half-moon bays. The dreamy blue sea of the small island, Ko Phi Phi Le, is featured in the 2000 film “The Beach” starring Leonardo DiCaprio.
These sun-touched islands are full of soft, white beaches, surrounded by tranquil blue waters, and contain a number of natural caves and unspoiled natural features that any visitor would find irresistible.