Islands of the Krabi Province, the Phi Phi Island group is an archipelago made up of six islands. These paradise islands of Thailand are in the southern portion of the country to the south-east of Phuket about 50 kilometres.
Maps of the Phi Phi Islands of Thailand
Maps of the islands of Phi Phi show that they are only partially inhabited. In fact, Ko Phi Phi Don is the only one developed, and it is the largest of the island archipelago. Maps reveal the placement of the islands in the Malacca Strait. Topographic maps demonstrate the contour of the hills and mountains.
The Landscape of the Phi Phi Islands and Their Geographic Features
Beaches – Long beaches with white sand are situated around the coastline of some of the Phi Phi Islands. Other beaches are rocky with high cliffs of sandstone. One of the most beautiful is Maya Bay Beach.
Caves – The islands have caves. They are habitats for birds and other wild creatures, but some are toured by humans. A few of the caves along the coast are large and some are underwater near the coral reefs.
Coral Reefs – Spectacular underwater worlds are near some of the islands. Notebly, amazing coral habitats are beside Ko Yung.
Forests – The islands are covered in dense, tropical rainforests. These jungle areas have stunning waterfalls and footpaths.
Mountains – The islands are hilly and mountainous. Large boulders and mountains have intriguing shapes. Still, numerous slopes are covered by rainforest vegetation.