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For starters, it’s overpriced. You pay double what you would anywhere else in Thailand. During the low season, a beach bungalow is 800 baht, double what I paid during the high season on Ko Pagan. A bucket of booze (the quintessential Thailand drink of choice) is 400 baht, double what it is in Bangkok and a bit more than double what it is on most other islands. A cheap Thai meal is around a 100 baht, triple the price of Bangkok. The only thing that costs the same are the bootleg movies.
Then there are the beaches and the water. This is where Ko Phi Phi is supposed to shine. But it doesn’t. From afar the blue water and white sand beaches looks like paradise. Yet when you look closer, you realize that looks are deceiving. One of the beaches is used by all the boats so it’s a no go. There is the main one in the bay opposite that at lot of people go to but when the tide goes out the water recedes out until the ocean and all that is left is dead coral, boats, and ankle deep water, which wouldn’t be bad if it didn’t happen during the day! This leaves the most popular beach, Long beach, which is a 15 minute walk from town. There you’ll find it packed with people vying for the decent spot of beach
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