Small beach. We only saw one monkey. Apparently that is because people used to feed them so there used to be more. Now feeding has (quite rightly) stopped, the monkeys don't come down to the beach as ...
It is part of Phi Phi Island and is located in the southwestern part of the island. Here we only had the opportunity to photograph and see the beach from the ship, but I saw a few people on the beach ...
Be VERY careful, these are wild animals and will BITE.
I visited this beach with my boyfriend. We hired a kayak and arrived here and it was gorgeous. White sand, clean and little monkeys running around. I’m aware these monkeys are wild and I was in their ...
Monkey Island Pattaya goes by various names, including Koh Ling (Thai for “Monkey Island”), Koh Ped (“Duck Island”) and the official name: Koh Klet Kaew (“Crystal Shard Island”). True to some of its names, the tiny, jungle-covered lump of land is shaped roughly like a splinter of crystal and is famous for its large population of crab-eating macaques. There are no ducks, however.
The 24-hectare island just off the coast of Sattahip is home to hundreds of monkeys which have become accustomed to human contact as a result of daily visits from boats carrying tourists. The stony beach on the eastern end of the island is one of the most popular spots on the route of many of the island-hopping tours sailing from Ocean Marina Yacht Club in Na Jomtien, with visitors enjoying feeding and photographing the residents.#beaches #wintergetaway
The monkey looked much better, but the monkey that looked quiet on this beach finally showed its original appearance. Looking at the strap of my bag, after four eyes, he actually climbed up unscrupulously. Finally I had to force it off.
Monkey Island is very close to Ton Sai Bay and is named after the island has many monkeys. These monkeys are not only greedy, naughty, and overbearing, but also have a high skill. They are good at climbing trees and swimming, and they will steal things. They must be optimistic about valuables. You can prepare some snack fruits to feed them, but be careful to be hurt. The sand on the monkey island is clear and the sea water is highly visible. Corals and tropical fish can be clearly seen.
If you are not careful, look at the monkey's eyes, remember that he will pounce on it. My bag was fascinated by it because it had a few more bags. I jumped up and wanted to pick something up from it.
Monkey Beach was very neat to see. I didn't know monkeys could swim😳. The only issue was, as like all destinations in Phuket right now, it was packed. We only got a few minutes to see the monkeys and my boat was not open, so I really didn't get a good view. I was also unhappy to see people feeding the monkeys.
Rent a canoe or hike to monkey beach to get up close to the scimian population of Ko Phi Phi.