Travel from Khao Sok to Koh Phi Phi

By joint bus and ferry service it takes around 7 hours 30 minutes to travel from Khao Sok National Park to Koh Phi Phi.

Travel Times to Koh Phi Phi


There is a single direct joint bus and ferry service from Khao Sok National Park to Koh Phi Phi which you can book online.

Khao SokKoh Phi PhiCompanyCost
08:0015:30Hat Yai World Tour850 THB
  • Hat Yai World Tour services commence with a hotel pick and passengers are asked to stand by ready to depart from 07:30 onward.

Buy Tickets to Koh Phi Phi


Use the Search Box below to buy your tickets from Khao Sok National Park to Koh Phi Phi.

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Khao Sok Bus Stop


  • Hat Yai World Tour services depart from hotels near to the Western Entrance to Khao Sok National Park. If you are staying inside the part itself you can arrange for a pick up from Tree Tops River Huts hotel.

Google Map of Tree Tops River Huts hotel

Arrival in Koh Phi Phi


  • Joint bus and ferry services from Khao Sok National Park to Koh Phi Phi terminate at Tonsai Pier.

Google Map of Tonsai Pier

About Travel to Koh Phi Phi


The Phi Phi Islands consists of six separate islands, only one of which, Koh Phi Phi Don, is permanently inhabited and has accommodation for tourists. Most visitors to Koh Phi Phi will stay in Tonsai Village which is located on a spit of low lying land right in the centre of Koh Phi Phi Don. The natural geography of Tonsai Village is stunning and easily visible from the viewpoints on the edge of the village, which are a must visit attraction for most people coming to the Phi Phi Islands. What is so attractive about Tonsai Village is the steep sided cliffs on both sides of the narrow strip of land with a bay on each side. On the south side of Tonsai Village is the island’s main ferry port, and a short distance away on the northern side of Tonsai Village is Loh Dalum Beach, which is Tonsai Village’s main swimming and sunbathing beach.

Long Beach in Koh Phi Phi
Long Beach in Koh Phi Phi

The scenery is genuinely beautiful in Tonsai Village, however, the area has been massively overdeveloped. The thin strip of land which Tonsai Village occupies has a very dense concentration of shops, hotels, guesthouses, restaurants and bars. The streets in the village are very narrow, so much so that cars cannot pass through. In a typical high season Tonsai Village is absolutely packed full of tourists, many of whom are young, and come to the island solely to party with other young people. For this reason we advise families and older people to stay somewhere else than Tonsai Village, such as in the north of Koh Phi Phi Don on the much less busy Leam Thong Beach.

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