Tigerline Travel operates a single daily fast ferry service from Koh Laoliang to Koh Phi Phi. The journey takes 4 hours 30 minutes to cover a distance of approximately 100 km with the ferry stopping at other islands on route.
Ferry Timetable from Koh Laoliang to Koh Phi Phi
- Click on the Koh Laoliang – Koh Phi Phi link in the timetable below for more information and to buy tickets.
Location of Koh Laoliang Ferry Pier
Ferry services to Koh Phi Phi depart from Laoliang Beach.
Location of the Pier in Koh Phi Phi
Ferry passengers arrive from Koh Laoliang arrive in Koh Phi Phi at Tonsai Pier.
About Koh Phi Phi
Koh Phi Phi is a cluster of 6 islands:
- Koh Phi Phi Don: The largest of the 6 islands and only one with accommodation.
- Koh Phi Phi Leh: This is the island where they filmed the ‘Beach’ which also has caves with pre-historic paintings and bird nests which are collected for export to diners in Bangkok and China.
- Koh Mai Phai: Small island to the north of Koh Phi Phi Don.
- Koh Yung: Small island also to north of Koh Phi Phi Don with two beaches.
- Koh Bida Nok: Very steep sided island near South of Koh Phi Phi Leh.
- Koh Bida Nok: Another small sheer sided island near Koh Phi Phi Leh.
Koh Phi Phi is a text book example of what happens to a very beautiful place if you don’t regulate it properly. The main town is Koh Phi Phi Don has become overdeveloped to the point that it has lost its original charm and now resembles Haad Rin in Koh Phangan, which is a lot of fun for younger visitors but not the island paradise it once was.
Koh Phi Phi Leh also has had simply too many tourists. Light is on the horizon, however, as the Thai Government is starting to get tough on regulating tourism on the island. Resorts built illegally on Koh Phi Phi Don are being pulled down and Maya Beach (where the ‘Beach’ was filmed) was closed to tourists for a long time and the eco-system has started to recover with the return of marine species such as black-tip sharks.