About Ko Phi Phi LeeKo Phi Phi Leh is an uninhabited island situated in the Krabi Province of Thailand in the Strait of Malacca. The island is the second largest in the Phi Phi archipelago and resides 1.5 kilometres off the southernmost tip of Phi Phi Do. It is part of the Hat Noppharat Thara–Mu Ko Phi Phi National Park and serves as an exquisite natural gem for visitors.
The most popular thing to do around Ko Phi Phi Leh is to explore the area on a boat tour. Tourists enjoy unmatched snorkelling opportunities through the clear ocean of Sama Bay, sunning on the sands of Maya Bay, swimming across the emerald expanse of Phi Leh Bay, checking out the swiftlet birds’ nests in Viking Cave, and diving in Palong Bay.
Transportation to Ko Phi Phi Leh is by boat or boat tour routing out of Tonsai Pier on Phi Phi Don Island. Ferries running from the nearby areas of Phuket, Ao Nang, Ko Lanta, and Rai Leh provide transit options to Phi Phi Don.
The popular 20th Century Fox movie “The Beach” was partially filmed on Ko Phi Phi Leh, resulting in the destruction of some of the area’s natural resources. The incident led to a lawsuit that led to a final assessment of ecological damage.