it was interesting to view the islands on small wooden boats to Ton Sai! the water is so crystal clear and views at all angles angelic!
Despite our accommodation is nearby, we prefered to go other hidden beaches around the island. I found it was messed up by trashes and people. Naturally it is beautiful and great place to watch sunset (after Viewpoint) At nights it becomes crazier with bars and fire shows and loud music.
This island marks the entry to the Krabi province. Phuket comes to memory everytime you see the picture of a long-tail Thai boat on the turquoise blue sea and one of the places to witness such views at its very best is the Ko Phi Phi Don or the Phi-Phi island, particularly if you are in on a clear sunny... More
Had a ball shopping here :) Some wonderful burmese sales people who have great wit and are great fun to haggle with :) Got gorgeous pants, jump suits ( which become pants) , hanging hand carved wooden lights , hammocks, bongs and all sorts of knick knacks from 80 - 500 bahts... yum food stalls, massage and tattoo places... fish... More
Crowded, noisy, grotty, not inexpensive. Great developing world feel. Good for Thai mango smoothie, break from ferry before Longtail to 3+ - 5+ star accommodation elsewhere on Phi Phi Don.
We didn't have much time in the area as we took the boat over from Krabi for a half day just to have a look. We walked around the back part of Ton Sai and most shops and establishments were shut down for the off season. I imagine it gets pretty packed in the high season. The cliffs are beautiful... More
This is the place to take those postcard photos, but unfortunately it has become overrun by tourists. Others have commented that it remains interesting and I love it - just watching the people and boats! Earlier in the day is probably better as the crowds are still on their way! There are also some nice little shops and restaurants just... More
It is a beautiful place to stay for a few days. But like any other beautiful places, there are many other fellow travellers around. There are just too many people, bicycle and carts ( ferrying goods and food to restaurants, shops etc ) on the small and narrow roads. So if you don;t mind the ppl , then this is... More
The water is crystal clear and great for boat watching, the sand is powdery white but there is just to much going on for me to swim and spend my time for a beach activity, to sit and have some lunch or sit under a tree and gaze away....its worth it, just a bit busy thats all, i had a... More
If you own or manage Ao Ton Sai, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.Manage your listing