Is it worth going to Koh Lipe?
Koh Lipe is worth visiting for its jaw-dropping beaches alone! Pattaya is the main beach on the island and also the largest. … Quieter still is Sunset Beach. Although further away from most accommodation and amenities, this secluded beach is absolutely gorgeous.
Is Koh Lipe open for tourists?
Koh Lipe remains entirely shut off to incoming or outgoing travel. No one is allowed to leave to go to the mainland, and there is an attempt to further discourage travel around the island itself using provincial public health authorities’ checkpoints and village-imposed quarantines.
Which month is best for Koh Lipe?
The best time to visit Koh Lipe is from November to March as the weather is perfect on this beautiful island on the Andaman sea. The peak season for tourists lasts from mid-December to April when the precipitation is low.
Can you walk around Koh Lipe?
Koh Lipe is so small that you’re able to walk just about anywhere, there are plenty of “taxis” on the island.
Can you fly to Koh Lipe?
By Air: The nearest airport to Koh Lipe is Hat Yai. The cheapest and easiest way to get from Bangkok to Koh Lipe is to fly to the Hat Yai airport. Then take a shuttle bus to Pak Bara pier for 250 baht, and then at Pak Bara pier, you can get on a ferry to Koh Lipe for 650 baht.
How do you get from Malaysia to Koh Lipe?
There is no direct connection from Kuala Lumpur to Ko Lipe. However, you can take the bus to Kuala Perlis, take the walk to Kuala Perlis, take the ferry to Langkawi, take the walk to Kuah Ferry Terminal Langkawi, then take the ferry to Koh Lipe.
Which is better Koh Lipe or Koh Lanta?
For people interested in the beach and snorkeling or diving and looking for a quiet nightlife then it is Koh Lipe. On the other hand, if you are looking for a more relaxed chilled vibe with a lot of things to do in the day with a quieter nightlife and amazing beaches then Koh Lanta is for you.
How many days do you need in Koh Lipe?
Koh Lipe isn’t the easiest island to get to, but it is definitely worth it once you’re there. It is a process, typically including a flight, shuttle bus, and/or ferry and takes half a day. Therefore, if you’re planning to visit Koh Lipe, I highly recommend spending at least 3 days here to make the trip worth it.