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Flights to Phi Phi, Thailand from the United Kingdom range from about 14h-25h. Your flight will be on the shorter end of the spectrum if you’re departing from a city that provides flights with just a single layover. Your flight will be on the longer end of the range if you have more than one stopover and if your stopovers are lengthy.
Unfortunately, there are no direct flights to Phi Phi from the United Kingdom. You can book one-stop flights from cities like London, Manchester, Glasgow, and Cardiff, however. When you do book your flight, you’ll notice you have a stopover or two in common layover cities for this route like London, Dubai, Istanbul, Shanghai, and Bangkok. Airlines that fly regularly into Thailand include Etihad Airlines, Thai Airways, Emirates, EVA Air, and Shenzhen Airlines.
When your destination is Phi Phi and your departing from Europe, you’ll alight at Phuket International Airport (HKT) and continue your journey from there. The Phi Phi island chain consists of two islands, Ko Phi Phi Don and Ko Phi Phi Leh. Since Ko Phi Phi Leh has no human inhabitants, you’ll be staying on Ko Phi Phi Don, which is reachable by ferry from Phuket. First, you will take a taxi from Phuket Airport terminal 1 to Phuket Rassada Pier. The taxi will cost around £20 and take about 50 minutes to reach the pier. The ferry departs from here twice a day, morning and afternoon. It will take an hour by a ferry ride to reach Tonsai Bay pier on the southwestern end of Ko Phi Phi Don. The ferry ride will cost about £20 per adult, one-way.
Phi Phi is a popular holiday spot for travellers, thanks to its gorgeous natural scenery and the fact that it’s still a bit remote, meaning its beaches and attractions are less populated than other Thai resort towns. Take the beaten path up to Phi Phi View Point, a picture-perfect high point on the island that overlooks the village and two bays – Tonsai and Dalum. There’s also a rest area at the top, with a stand selling refreshments, allowing you to linger longer and enjoy the spectacular surroundings. Phi Phi is also home to numerous dive points, so be sure to visit a professional dive centre and explore the incredible sea life just below the water’s surface. Take a long-tail boat from Tonsai Bay to Phi Phi’s smaller island, Koh Phi Phi Leh, and explore the ancient painted Viking Caves and tropical Maya Bay beach.
British citizens travelling to Phi Phi, Thailand need a valid passport, although a visa is not required for visits under 30 days.