Koh Poda beach is pristine, unspoiled, and underdeveloped is A part of the Mu Koh Phi Phi National Park. Limestone mountains and palm timber hug the beach, providing an opportunity to hide from the sun. There is not a lot to do right here—no outlets, no eating places, no chance to hire any equipment. Since Koh Poda is a part of a national park, there is a price to entry the island, no matter whether or not you arrive by yourself or as a part of a tour. One facet of Ko Poda is usually bustling with activities whereas the opposite is serene and fewer crowded. The buzzing side is the place vacationers enter the island.  Abundant and colourful coral reefs and the fantastic marine world make these islands supreme for diving and snorkeling, it is paradise with white sand and turquoise coloured water. A dream!