Phi Phi Don is packed with eateries. In downtown central Tonsai, look out for Unni’s (; tel. 091837-5931) a specialist in breakfast and “hangover food” while Efe (; tel. 095150-4434) does authentic Mediterranean. Ton Sai Seafood (in front of the Phi Phi Banyayn Villa), Jasmine (Laem Thong Beach), and Papaya Restaurant (tel. 087280-1719; in Ton Sai Village) are good for Thai food. You’ll also find a few little halal food stands and vendors with wheeled carts making Southern-style sweet roti (pancake) with banana.

Once a Muslim village, Phi Phi now parties into the night at such places as Banana Bar (Ton Sai Village), Slinky (tel. 086067-7339) for a great fire show around 10pm, Relax Bar (Ton Sai Village), and Carlito’s (Ton Sai Beach); there’s even an Irish pub and a sports bar. Don’t miss the laid-back, beachfront Sunflower Beach Bar and Restaurant on Loh Dalam Bay or the live music at Kong Siam.

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