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Update Jan 2017 The prices have gone up, but it is still possible to find deals around the 500-600 Baht mark, especially in dorms. Booking search engines still give a good indication of which places to contact. Direct contact is still a great way to bring the price down. On the low season no problem at all. Last May I heard several people mentioning the ...


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It's possible, but you would have to charter your own speedboat, which would be stupidly expensive: quotes on the net vary from 8000 baht for a privately negotiated transfer to 15000 baht (!) to getting the Holiday Inn to pick you up in their own boat. Staying another night and taking the ferry across the next day will thus almost certainly be cheaper. In ...


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Wiki Voyage quotes it around 1200 TBH: Phi Phi officially has no motorised transport, though there are a few motorcycles with sidecars, usually used for goods and construction material transport. Transport on land is by foot or bicycle, but in the populated areas of Ton Sai, nowhere is more than about a ten minutes walk from anywhere else. ...


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One site provides fares here. Ferry Phi Phi to Lanta 2hr - 450THB (approx USD$13) Ferry Phi Phi to Lanta by Speedboat 1hr - 700THB (approx USD$20) Seem reasonable fares for such a distance.


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Wait and take the ferry is the best option.


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For the Phi Phi islands, the iconic longtail boats are a way of life, and of livelihood; they're everywhere. While it's easy to rent a longtail, it may be difficult, if not impossible to find an owner willing to part with his craft and let you take off on your own. If you're staying on the island, many accommodations have speedboats for hire, along with a ...


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