Pretend that you’re with Leonardo DiCaprio on The Beach on Koh Phi Phi. Feed leopard and black tipped reef sharks in the morning, do yoga on the beach in the afternoon, and end the day with a hike to Phi Phi viewpoint, culminating with a jaw dropping sunset that’s usually reserved for postcards or laptop backgrounds. Phi Phi island's cliff formations and coves are something out of a lost paradise. Maya Bay, where The Beach was filmed, may be a little swarmed with tourists but it’s still incredibly beautiful and should be seen. Take a dip at Pileh Lagoon, visit Monkey Island, and snorkel in waters so clear you can see further than 50 meters. Rent kayaks and explore nearby islands on your own, pretend to be a pirate on a haunted shipwreck, or hop aboard a booze cruise and make your own adventure with a whole new group of friends. Perhaps with those new friends, check out some of the world class limestone rock climbing, then get your adrenaline pumping at a Thai boxing match in the evening. Whatever your flavor of adventure is, Koh Phi Phi has it all.