Hello my Lovelies! It’s time for a new travel tips article and this time we take you back to Thailand, more specifically to share our experimented tips on how to get to Phi Phi Islands. Enjoy!

Koh Phi Phi is a group of islands without an airport and can only be reached by ferry or speedboat from Krabi, Phuket, Ao Nang, Riley, and Ko Lanta. Ferries leaving from Krabi and Phuket have networks to Phi Phi all over the year, while the rest is only guaranteed to cover this line in high season (normally from October to May).

How to Get to Phi Phi Island

To get to Phuket or Krabi you can use the plane or the bus, popular with low budget travelers traveling from Bangkok.  nearby train station located in karabi as there is no railway station in Phuket.

You will have no problem hiring a trip from anywhere in Thailand to Phuket or Krabi, or even to Phi Phi with all transfers. Most likely your hotel or guesthouse will also be able to arrange the necessary connections to get to Koh Phi Phi.

You will also have no problem organizing your trip on your own. If you travel by bus or train to the relevant stations and buy your tickets there. The ferry ticket can also be purchased at the pier from which you travel to Koh Phi Phi. If you are traveling by plane the best option is to use a flight search engine that will help you compare prices, schedules, and airlines.

Reaching Ko Phi Phi Island from Phuket Airport

Many people come to Phuket for the sole purpose of taking a boat to Ko Phi Phi. This was our case as Phuket never called us too much attention and we had other priorities. Ahead we had Phi Phi, Railay, Koh Phangan and Bangkok, different places but all special.

The first thing we need to know is where the boat leaves to the Phi Phi Islands. To reach these islands you will have to go to Rasada Pier port, for which you have to cross the whole island from the airport.

How to get from Phuket Airport to Rasada Pier

Think that you are in Phuket and everything is much more expensive than in the rest of Thailand, including transportation. To get to the port, you have several options:

  • 1st OPTION – Official airport bus (not so recommended by time)

For this option you will have to take a first bus that goes from the airport to Phuket Town. It takes about 1 hour and costs THB 100 (€ 2.5). You can see schedules on the official website (airportbusphuket.com).

Once in Phuket Town you will have to take a tuk-tuk, a taxi or another bus that takes about 20 minutes to Rasada Pier. In total the trip should be about 150THB (3’7 €)

  • 2nd OPTION – Shared taxi from the airport