Geography and climate in Phi Phi (Topic)

Traval Articles » Travel » Geography and climate in Phi Phi

Geography and climate in Phi Phi

Rating: 9,2/10 (7365 votes)


Phi Phi is a resort famous for its white beaches and wilderness. The archipelago consists of six islands, the most famous of which are the uninhabited southern island of Phi Phi Lei and the northern inhabited island Phi Phi Don.

The distance from the islands to Phuket is about 60 km, which can be overcome by ferry, boat or speedboat. The total travel time will be 1.5 - 2 hours.

The relief of the islands is varied. Here you will find cozy beaches, tropical thickets and individual cliffs, rising above the sea to a height of 100 feet.

Local time in Phi Phi: GMT +7 (+3 hours to Moscow).


Phi Phi's climate is tropical.

The seasons here are conventionally divided into two seasons: dry and wet. The best time to visit the resort is from November to April. It is at this time that clear, warm weather without precipitation sets in here.

The average annual temperature of the island is kept at 28 ... 30 ° C.

In the period from May to October, the warm island wind changes to southwestern. It brings humid air and rainy weather with it.


We also recommend reading Geography and climate in Pattaya

Topic: Geography and climate in Phi Phi.Geography and climate in Phi Phi

Author: Kelly Costine