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Phi Phi Island Tourist Attractions

Bamboo Island, Mosquito Island, Koh Bida Nok & Nai, Koh Khai Nok, Ko Yao Yai, Phak Nam Bay, Laem Tong Beach, Monkey Beach, Long Beach, and many more.

Feel spoiled for a choice with the many beautiful places to visit in Phi Phi Island during your trip to this archipelago of 6 islands. Located in the Krabi province of beautiful Thailand, the stunning and picturesque Phi Phi Island will greet you with turquoise colour sea lapping on white sandy beaches, with lush green limestone mountains adding to the beauty. 

Most of the Phi Phi Island tourist attractions are beautiful bays and beaches. While the stunning Maya Bay with its Hollywood fame tops the list, places such as Laem Tong Beach, Long Beach, Phak Nam Bay, Nui Beach etc., are no less worthy. Some enchanting places to visit in Phi Phi island during a Thailand tour include mesmerizing Vikings Caves, Bamboo Island and Mosquito Island that are famous for snorkeling due to their beautiful corals and marine life.

The shallow and crystal clear water of the Islands has made it ideal for indulging in water sports such as scuba diving, cave diving, sea Kayaking etc. The presence of mountains has provided opportunities for hiking and trekking.
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Famous Islands in Phi Phi Island


Bamboo Island

Bamboo Island, also known as Ko Mai Phai, is an almost heart-shaped island with green tropical vegetation, including casuarina and bamboo trees in the centre and a strip of white sand surrounding the entire perimeter.

Located around 5 km off the northern tip of Koh Phi Phi Don, the island can be reached by longtail boats. You can spend some time basking in the sun or go for a snorkelling experience nearby. Witness a breathtaking view of the sun setting in the sparkling turquoise waters before returning back.

Highlights: Spend a day on this island basking on the beaches or indulging in a snorkelling experience at the Hin Klang coral reef.

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Mosquito Island

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Known for its underwater beauty of soft colourful coral reefs and marine life, Mosquito Island is situated on the downside of Ko Yung. Although a beautiful island with two lovely beaches, you will not prefer to spend much time here, owing to the vast population of mosquitos that inhabit this place.

You may, however, spend time exploring the underwater beauty of this island by indulging in snorkelling or other water activities. Do not forget to check out the three-headed pinnacle at the depth of 15m, which is known to be the home to Blacktip reef sharks. 
Highlights: Known for its underwater beauty the island is famous for watersports such as snorkelling, fishing, and fish feeding.

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Koh Bida Nok & Nai

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Visit the two famous islands Koh Bida Nok and Koh Bida Nai, located at the southernmost islets of the Phi Phi Islands for some fabulous underwater experiences. Enjoy diving in an exciting underwater topography consisting of a great wall, smaller caves, sloping reefs, sandy bottom and lots of marine life swimming amongst sporadically scattered hard and soft corals.

While Koh Bida Nok will offer you the opportunity of spotting Zebra Sharks and Stingrays, Koh Bida Nai will give you a good swim between rocks and spotting nudibranchs crawling on the rocks.

Highlights: Go cave diving to explore underwater caves at Koh Bida Nok and enjoy a snorkelling experience at Koh Bida Nai.

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Koh Khai Nok

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A hidden gem of Phi Phi island is Koh Khai Nok, located in Phang Nga Bay. This small triangular island, the beauty of this place lies in its rocky headlands and white sandy beach that is surrounded by indigo coloured water.

The island is well known for its plethora of coastal marine flora and fauna, with around 12 exotic species of colourful fishes swimming in the water which will make a snorkelling worthwhile. 

Highlights: The island is known for its rich flora and fauna, making it ideal for a snorkelling experience. Other activities to enjoy on this island are swimming and fish feeding. Enjoy fresh seafood while on the island.

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Ko Yao Yai

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Koh Yao Tai, meaning the big long island, is a large island located in the Phang Nga bay. While visiting the island, you will be fascinated with its sandy beaches, mangroves, rubber plantations, quaint fishing villages and blue sea with colourful corals.

This island will give you a glimpse of the simple and traditional lifestyle of the Thai southerners. This unspoiled island is rarely crowded and will allow you to enjoy the beauty of nature in a serene atmosphere. 

Highlights: Explore the island with rubber plantations and fishing villages to get a closer look at the lifestyle of the inhabitants. Take a boat ride to view the surrounding areas.

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Famous Beaches in Phi Phi Island


Phak Nam Bay

Take some time off from the hustle-bustle and go to Phak Nam Bay, situated on the east coast of the Phi Phi Don just south of Loh Bagao. Also known as Relax Bay, this tranquil place offers a scenic view of a 400-metre long beach, turquoise water and various shades of the lush green of the rainforest on the backdrop.

You can reach this offbeat beach by a long-tail boat. If you are coming from Loh Bagao or Laem Thong, you can have a taste of adventure by taking the rugged way across the hill through the jungle on foot. 

The place is ideal for lounging on the beach or indulging in swimming, kayaking or snorkelling.

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Laem Tong Beach

Spend some quality time on the secluded Laem Tong Beach with a tranquil atmosphere. This 1 km long picturesque white sand beach with turquoise blue clear water is located on the northeast of Phi Phi Don and can be reached only by boat. Relax on the beach or go snorkelling or diving at Bamboo Island, Mosquito Island and Hin Klang, the three best spots nearby.

Highlights: Laem Tong Beach is ideal for spending some time in seclusion and for having good spots nearby for snorkelling or diving.

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Monkey Beach

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Visit a 150-meter long white sand island that is the home to a colony of monkeys. Located on the northwest of Loh Dalum Bay, you can reach Monkey Beach by foot or by canoe or by a long tail boat.

The beauty of this beach has further been enhanced by the lush greenery of the vegetation growth on the steep limestone cliff. While visiting this place, maintain the natural environment of the animals by not teasing the monkeys or offering them any food. Monkey beach is also known to be an excellent place for snorkelling. 

Visit the colonies of monkeys inhabiting a beach. Indulge in kayaking, swimming or go snorkelling while visiting this beach.

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Nui Beach

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Nui beach, a stretch of white powder-soft sand in front of Nui Bay, is a private beach maintained by Nui Bay Member Club. The tiny cove framed by tall karsts will entice you to indulge in activities such as beach volley, rock climbing etc.

If you want to head out in the sea and explore marine life, you can go kayaking, snorkelling or scuba diving. The bay also has some secret caves for you to explore. Watch out for the Camel Rocks, two large rocks poking out in the sea in front of the beach. 

Highlights: Indulge in snorkelling around Camel Rocks or go diving to spot seahorses and turtles. 

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Long Beach

Spend some time on Long Beach, known to be the softest sand beach of Phi Phi Island near Tonsai village. You can opt for reaching this place by a long-tail boat or be more adventurous and brave a hike through the rocky jungle to reach this beach.

Enjoy a relaxing sunbathing session on the beach or go swimming, kayaking, diving or snorkelling. Visit the Shark Point, where you might be able to spot the blacktip reef sharks.  

Highlights: Reach this beach by long-tail boat or by an adventurous hike through hills and forests. Visit Shark Point for a glimpse of blacktip reef sharks. Spend time snorkelling, diving or kayaking. 

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Places to Eat and Drink in Phi Phi Island


Aroy Kaffeine

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Delight in a brunch consisting of Northern Thai and Western cuisine at Aroy Kaffeine at the Tonsai Village. Enjoy your cappuccino or latte with other delicious delicacies such as French Toast and Nutella Pancakes with banana at this bohemian-style restaurant.

This restaurant, with its vintage and old west-style wooden furnishing, also has a fantastic view of the beautiful lagoon that surrounds the place. 
Highlights: Enjoy a good choice of Northern Thai and Western dishes such as red curry prawns, chicken satay, premium beef burger, chicken tortilla, along with smoothies, coffees or cocktails, in a bohemian style cafe.

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Unni's Restaurant

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Grab a bite at the Unni’s Restaurant before going for a night out at the beach. Enjoy having Thai and Swedish delicacies while admiring the magnificent views of the seascape.

Enjoy some of their signature dishes such as poke bowl’ and ‘fish tacos’ and wash them down with amazing cocktails such as espresso martini or mai tai. Delight in tasting some of the other favourites such as Avocado smash with feta and tomato, peri-peri chicken, chicken and cashew nut fries etc. 

Highlights: Enjoy a delicious meal at a standout restaurant by the sea and delight in the mouth-watering taste of western, Thai, Spanish or greek delicacies.

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The Mango Garden

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If you have a craving for delicious desserts, you must go to the Mango Garden, located at Koh Phi Phi, which is especially known for its mango delights. You will be delighted to view the restaurant's interior decorated in the theme of a mango orchard.

Taste some authentic Thai mango dessert or go for one of the desserts from across the world. Enjoy some veggie delights such as mango sticky rice that comes with coconut cream, or try some meat delicacies.

Highlights: A western-style cafe with a mango themed decor that is well known for its desserts, especially those made from Mango.

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ACQUA Restaurant

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An excellent breakfast option that you can opt for is the ACQUA Restaurant. Known for serving some of the best European and Thai food, this restaurant will delight you with its menu options of mouthwatering burgers, wraps, salads, steaks, pasta etc.

Try their tapas breakfast offering more than 20 items, including fresh fruit shakes, for a perfect start to the day. You may also try their delicious veggie burger with homemade fries and pesto sauce.  

Enjoy food at a restaurant serving breakfast options in the morning and a range of burgers, steaks, wraps, fries and other European and Thai food throughout the day.

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Efe Mediterranean Cuisine Restaurant

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Delight in tasting some Mediterranean cuisine at the Efe Mediterranean Cuisine Restaurant, a favourite of visitors. Sample some mouthwatering specialities such as fresh bread and hummus, falafel, meats on skewers, kebab, and others with a wide range of flavours originating from the different countries bordered by the northern African and southern European sea.

Enjoy your food in a relaxed ambience of the restaurant with the staff and management providing you more information about each of the dishes you taste.

Highlights: Enjoy Mediterranean cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere. Delight in tasting sizzling kebabs, meat on skewers and other delicacies at this restaurant.

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Banana Rooftop Bar

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Enjoy delicious drinks at Banana Bar, on the rooftop of Sombrero Mexican Restaurant in Tonsai Village. Climb up the spiral staircase to the bar and sit in one of the bamboo salas(pavilions) decorated in colourful mats and cushions and admire the breathtaking view of the Loh Dalum Bay from the bar, especially during sunset.

Take a serving of cocktails, beers and spirits from one of the two counters and enjoy your drinks and cocktails while listening to music and watching fire shows and hula hoop contests. 

Visit the rooftop Banana Bar for having some delicious drinks sitting in a bamboo pavilion with a breathtaking view of the Loh Dalum Bay.

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Reggae Bar

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One of the oldest and hottest night spots of Phi Phi Island is the Reggae Bar, located on the eastern side of the village between Tonsai and Loh Dalum. The place has 5 bars with poolside tables where you can sit and relish your drink while watching an enjoyable sport on the big screen.

Opt to watch or even participate in Muay Thai Boxing, the bar’s star attraction. 

Highlights: Visit one of the hottest bars with a vibrant nightlife with 5 bar counters, poolside tables and a big screen tv. The star attraction of this bar is the boxing ring where you can watch and participate in Muay Thai Boxing.

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Other Attractions in Phi Phi Island


Ko Phi Phi Le

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Visit the second-largest island of Phi Phi Island, Ko Phi Le, an uninhabited island that lies 1.5km off the southernmost tip of Phi Phi Don. Reach the place either by an organised boat trip or by hiring a long tail boat.

Feel mesmerised looking at its amazing vertical cliffs covered with lush greenery, along with small sandy beaches and tropical coral waters. The island has several attractions such as Maya Bay, Loh Samah Bay, Pileh Lagoon, Viking Cave and Palong bay.

Highlights: Ko Phi Phi Le is the second-largest island of Phi Phi Island, known for having several star attractions such as Maya Bay, Viking Caves and many more. 

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Maya Bay

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Feel enchanted watching the scenic beauty of Maya Bay, a stunning bay surrounded by 100 meter high cliffs on three sides, well known as the filming location of the famous Hollywood movie “The Beach”.

Be mesmerised looking at the silky soft white sand beach with multi colour corals and exotic fishes visible in the crystal clear water. Indulge in snorkelling and delight in spotting large underwater boulders encrusted with colourful corals and fishes. Go for a sea kayaking experience.

Highlights: Famous as the shooting location of the Hollywood film “The Beach”. The beach is also well known as a popular spot for snorkelling and sea kayaking. 

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Viking Cave

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Located near the lagoon of Maya Bay and Pi Leh, Viking Cave can be reached by a longtail boat. While visiting this place situated at the base of a limestone cliff, you will be enchanted getting a close view of the cave, known for Viking ships paintings on the inner walls of the cave. 

Highlights: Get a close view of the Viking cave without going inside.

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Loh Samah Bay

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Loh Sama (Sama Bay), located on the eastern side of the southern tip of Koh Phi Phi Leh island, is a bay with a small islet in the centre known as a hotspot for water spots.

Snorkelers can enjoy the shallow waters of the channel, scuba divers will delight in diving down 20 meters to find the wall around the islet. Loh Sama Bay is also famous as a night diving spot with the lights reflecting from hundreds of crustaceans on the seabed creating a spectacular view. 

Highlights: Known for water sports such as snorkelling and scuba diving and also for night diving.

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Ko Phi Phi Don

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Ko Phi Phi Don is the largest island of Phi Phi Islands that has permanent inhabitants. The island has two parts that are connected by a small strip of land. You will probably prefer to stay on this island, which has the most accommodations, along with several beautiful beaches and private bays that you will be able to cover on foot.

The beautiful island has striking limestone cliffs, swaying palm trees and white sandy stretch, meeting the turquoise sea with colourful coral reefs and marine life. 

Highlights: Ko Phi Phi Don is the main island of the Phi Phi Islands, with beautiful beaches and private bays.

Loh Bagao Bay

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Loh Bagao, on the north-eastern coast of Phi Phi Don island has a stunning bay with mountain cliffs and white powder sand beach with a coconut grove running parallel to it, giving it a picturesque view.

Thai-style bungalows running along the beach under the shades of trees has made the place more beautiful. Enjoy spending some time in the tranquillity of the place and indulge in activities such as walking, trekking or snorkelling.

Highlights: A coconut paradise with a tranquil atmosphere. The bay offers several options of trekking, climbing or walking to explore it. Those, with a love for marine life, can indulge in snorkelling. 

Pileh Lagoon

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Located on the eastern side of the island Koh Phi Phi Leh and opposite to Maya Bay,  Pileh Lagoon is like a canyon almost cutting the island in two. Reach the beautiful lagoon by a speedboat or a longtail and get a breathtaking view of the 100 metre tall limestone cliffs vertically rising from the crystal clear water.

Go for a swim in the emerald-colored water with different hues. Enjoy a snorkelling experience with the marine life underwater.

Highlights: An inhibited lagoon which will entice you to go for a swim. To enjoy the beauty of the underwater marine world, go for a snorkelling experience. 

Long Dalam Bay

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A tropical paradise that you can visit is Long Dalam Bay, situated on the opposite side of Tonsai village. You will love this idyllic bay surrounded by limestone cliffs with shallow turquoise waters with silky soft white sandy beaches.

Bask on the beach or take a long walk to reach the large Ton Sai (Banyan) tree. If you are on the lookout for watersports, you can indulge in wakeboarding, banana boating or parasailing. 

Highlights: Indulge in wakeboarding, banana boating or parasailing, or simply relax on the beach or take a walk to see the TonSai tree.

People Also Ask About Phi Phi

  1. Which are the famous places to visit in Phi phi island on honeymoon?

    1. Ko Phi Phi Le: Reach the uninhabited island by a private boat and feel your romance bloom in the tropical beauty of the place. Hold the hands of your partner and feel mesmerised looking at the turquoise sea surrounded by cliffs covered with lush greenery, sandy beach and beautiful coloured corals.

    2. Maya Bay: One of the must-visit Phi Phi Island Tourist Attractions is the Maya Bay where the movie "The Beach" was filmed. Enjoy the beauty of the place while discussing the movie with your partner.

    3. Pileh Lagoon: Spend some quality time with your loved one at Pileh Lagoon, one of the Phi Phi Island places to visit while on your honeymoon. Enjoy the unparalleled beauty of this lesser-known place with its shallow, crystal clear water and limestone cliffs.

    4. Laem Tong Beach: Take a boat ride to reach the secluded Laem Tong Beach, one of the Phi Phi Island places to visit on your honeymoon. Relax in the company of your loved one and admire the beauty of the turquoise sea surrounded by hills covered with lush greenery.

    5. Phak Nam Bay: Enjoy spending time together in Phak Nam Bay where you can lounge in the beach houses. If you feel adventurous, go for an enjoyable snorkelling.

  2. Which are the best beaches in Phi Phi Islands?

    1. Loh Moo Dee Beach: Explore the wild beauty of the Loh Moo Dee Beach in the wild, a beach that has preserved its wild features. The beauty of the beach has been further enhanced by its glittering white sand and vertical cliffs.

    2. Loh Da Lum Bay: The beautiful turquoise waters of the Loh Da Lum bay, surrounded by limestone hills, is one of the Phi Phi Island places to visit. You will feel enchanted by the beach with warm and shallow waters. Indulge in kayaking and boating while visiting this beach.

    3. Nui Beach: One of the Phi Phi island tourist attractions is the rocky Nui Beach which will offer you several adventurous activities. You can go mountain climbing or hike through the jungle to reach Camel Rock, a large limestone outcrop from the sea. If you are looking for water sports, you can go snorkelling, swimming or sea kayaking.

    4. Ao Ton Sai: Relish basking in the sun at Ao Ton Sai beach with its tropical beauty. Take a stroll through the beach at the time of high tide or indulge in activities such as scuba diving or rock climbing.

  3. What is there to do in Phi Phi island for 3 days?

    1. Explore Long Beach: One of the Phi Phi island places to visit in Long Beach, which you can reach by following the west coast trail and doing a bit of trekking. Enjoy the adventurous trek that will take you through uphills, downhills, and forests. While on the beach, enjoy sunbathing, snorkelling and swimming.

    2. Boxing at Reggae Bar: Enjoy watching Muay Thai boxing in the evening at Reggae Bar. You may also participate in a boxing match and avail yourself of a chance of winning a whiskey bottle.

    3. Indulge in Scuba Diving: Enjoy Scuba Diving at any of the scuba diving spots of Phi Phi Island and explore the underwater world. Feel mesmerised watching the amazing marine life of Phi Phi Island.

    4. Paddle to Monkey Beach: Rent a kayak and paddle to reach the monkey beach, a white sand beach and spend some fun observing the monkeys who inhabit this beach.
    Hike to the Viewpoint: Hike to the highest point (186 meters) of the island Koh Phi Phi and enjoy the breathtaking view of the Loh Dalum Bay with its white sand and turquoise waters.

  4. How many days do you need in Phi Phi Island?

    You can cover the main attractions of Phi Phi Island in 4 days. The itinerary for the 4 days can be as follows:

    Day 1: Arrive at Koh Phi Phi Island and spend some time on the beach
    Day 2: Go island hopping and visit Phi Phi Island Tourist Attractions such as Maya Bay, Bamboo Island, Monkey Beach, Loh Samah Bay, Viking Cave, and Pi-Leh Bay. Indulge in water sports such as kayaking or snorkelling in some of these places.
    Day 3: Go to Koh Phi Phi Viewpoint and enjoy a breathtaking view of Koh Phi Phi along with two other bays. Embark on a special Maya Bay Sleep Aboard tour
    Day 4: Trek to Long Beach, a quiet beach and then catch your ferry back.

  5. What is the best time to visit Phi Phi Island?

    The best time to visit Phi Phi Island is in the months of November to April. During these months, the weather is pleasant with cooler temperatures and occasional rainfall. This makes it the perfect time for spending time on the stunning beaches, visiting Phi Phi Island Tourist Attractions, and indulging in water sports.
  6. How to reach Phi Phi Island?

    Phi Phi island is a group of islands and doesn’t have its own airport. Hence the only way you can reach Phi Phi Island by travelling by sea. You can take boats, speed boats or ferries from either Phuket or Krabi. If you are travelling from Phuket, it will take you approximately two hours to reach Phi Phi Island. If you are travelling from Krabi, it will take you one and a half hours to reach the group of islands. Both Krabi and Phuket have airports that are well connected with other destinations by air.
  7. What is Phi Phi island famous for?

    Phi Phi Island is famous for its exotic island Maya Bay, which was the location selected for the Leonardo Di Caprio movie “The Beach”. Other than this, the island’s stunning beaches, the unparalleled beauty of its six islands with dramatic cliffs plunging in the turquoise waters, and tranquil atmosphere have made it a paradise on earth.
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