The first of its kind in Thailand, our Centre aims to educate and inspire both the local community and resort guests on how we can all make a huge difference to the environment. The Centre, which was developed around the UN’s Sustainability Development Goal 14, houses four zones — Shark Room, Phi Phi Islands Room, Clownfish Room, and Auditorium — and showcases colourful, interactive displays explaining the life cycles and habits of the unique marine species endemic to the region.
*Please make your reservations at the Marine Discovery Centre.
Explore the best experiences in the Andaman by a private or shared long-tail boat with our excursions.
Fall in love with the natural beauty of the Andaman Seas and experience your own slice of paradise on our full day or half day island hopping tour or private trip with attractions you cannot miss:
Discover authentic barefoot luxury and breathtaking natural world adventures on the untamed and sustainably conserved Phi Phi Island Village with Marine Discovery package, combining luxury, adventure, and relaxation into one unbeatable package, only at SAii Phi Phi Island Village.
Having been off limits to the public for three and a half years to allow for environmental rejuvenation, Maya Bay in Krabi’s Hat Noppharat Thara-Mu Ko Phi Phi National Park has now officially reopened to tourists since 1 January, 2022
The bay on the uninhabited island of Phi Phi Leh has been closed since June 2018, when it was determined the area’s coral and other marine life needed time to recover from the damage being caused.
Daily visitor numbers to Maya Bay is controlled to protect the local environment and marine ecosystem, and a specific area is designated for swimming.
Phi Phi Island is an indisputable top destination for the underwater world. The warm, crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean surrounding Phi Phi Island are the perfect place from which to embark upon marine adventures and explore what lies beneath the surface. Let’s dive deep into the ocean and get to know our native marine life.
Surrounded by Mangrove forests, SAii Phi Phi Island Village is committed to protecting this fascinating habitat. This incredibly important ecosystems is home to a teaming biodiversity and should be protected at all cost.
Here are 5 things you may not know about Mangroves:
Phi Phi Island is one of the biggest tourist destinations in Thailand as it is an unbeatable tropical island with limestone cliffs, turquoise waters, white sand beaches and tons of unmissable attractions, including:
Marine Discovery Centre is a pioneering project that is spearheading cutting edge coral propagation projects and aims to educate visitors about conservation issues. It features a marine biology laboratory, coral propagation, a clownfish release programme, and interactive activities such as coral nursery exploration and marine conservation courses.
Supporting collective well-being and environmental sustainability is central to SAii Phi Phi Island village to create a value for local communities. By organising cleaning activities, visiting local villages, supporting local arts and crafts, and providing environmental education, we aim to serve local communities first and foremost, and offer a promising path toward greater social well-being and environmental health.