This Is What Phi Phi Island, Thailand Looks Like From Above: DJI Phantom 3 Standard Footage

Phi Phi Island Drone Video

Phi Phi Island, Thailand (Pronounced Pee Pee). A lot of people don’t make it to Koh Phi Phi because they choose to stay in Phuket. That is seriously the worst mistake you can make.

Phi Phi island has the most beautiful water and landscape I’ve ever seen. Just look at it in the Thailand drone video above. The water is so clear that when neck deep, you can still see your feet and fish swimming around them. You can practically snorkel everywhere and see something cool swimming around, and the center of the island is full of jungles and the occasional monkey.

The best part about Koh Phi Phi, Thailand is its size. It’s so small that there aren’t even motorbikes or cars on it. You can walk across the entire thing and back all before noon if you want to, and if you’re really adventurous, you can rent a kayak and do an entire lap all in a day or less, depending on how many stops you make.

Phi Phi island has become a bit of a party scene these days, but it’s just as much as a family-oriented destination as well. There are quiet beaches with resorts and bungalows, perfect for anybody who can’t deal with the party scene. The beaches closest to town are the most crowded with a ton of beach parties, fire shows, bars, clubs, and restaurants right there on the sand.

Getting to Phi Phi

Naturally, the only way to Phi Phi is by ferry. There are a ton of ferries from Phuket, Krabi, and Koh Lantra, all priced around 500 baht, give or take, depending on where you depart. Don’t let the hassle of getting a ferry drive you away from Phi Phi. It’s so much better than Phuket. Actually, I’d recommend skipping Phuket altogether if possible. Thanks to its popularity, it’s very touristy, which can take from the experience in my opinion.

Check out the clear waters, white sands, and thick jungles in the Thailand drone video above. It was shot using the DJI Phantom 3 Standard, and unfortunately, it found its way into a tree and onto the ground. I tried every way to fix it, and even a bunch of boys from some school came out to help me. Unfortunately, nothing worked, bringing an end to my drone filming for the rest of my island hopping adventure. But I at least had a few clips to work with to make this drone video.

Have you been to Phi Phi Island, Thailand? Planning a trip there now? Let everyone know below!

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