Wang Long Bay is one of the quietest parts of Phi Phi, and very little visited, even though it comprises of stunning natural beauty.
Kayaking off Wang Long Bay is nearly always quiet. This is one of the least traveled parts of Phi Phi Don and with the tallest cliffs, blows holes and deep, deep blue sea is a must for the experienced traveler.
Wang Long Bay also has a famous underwater cave, Wang Long Cave. There have been cave diving trips there and you can ask local dive shops if they can organize scuba diving there.
Quieter Phi Phi Island Phi Phi Island main village is an Asian Bazaar dressed up in coconut trees. The vibrant night life, the rush around the pier and Main Street, the daily charge of tour boats from Phuket to Maya Bay at 9.30 every morning, give Phi Phi Island a reputation as a lively place, but perhaps paradise lost.
Wang Long bay Wang Long bay captures the magic of Phi Phi Don Island and is rarely visited by sightseers and snorkelers as it is off the beaten track and too small thin to take the larger boats. The astonishingly glorious Wang Long bay is a deep cut in 100 meter high sheer cliffs on the western side of the Phi Phi Don Island mountains.