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.
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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.
Maya Bay is one of Thailand’s true national treasures. It was featured in the Hollywood film “The Beach” released in 2000 and starring actor Leonardo DiCaprio. Before that, it was only known to small numbers of travelers. Its reputation, however, was high among those in search of the best beaches in the world. When audiences around the world saw the bay’s unique and beautiful landscape, it became a prime destination for those seeking a tropical paradise. Tourists flocked to the area in large numbers.
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.