Flat evergreen island with blinding white sand and beautiful crystal clear water. Closer to the beach, the island is surrounded by a reef that spreads up to 500m from the shore. Here, no high rocky peak, just a small beach of white sand covered by lush vegetation that emerges from the turquoise waters. This island is part of the Phi Phi national marine park and is inhabited only by the nomadic sea gypsies and the park rangers. Walk around along the strip of this beach and enjoy the view of the transparent and bluest water you have ever seen. Then for more further, one can immerse the enchanting sunrise on this island – all yours – by camping on the beach. Have your inexpressible tranquility and privacy of Robinson Crusoe experience in this beautiful lonely island.