Monkey Beach Phi Phi

Monkey Beach is located on the west side of Tonsai Bay about 700m from the beach. At very high tide there’s not much beach but at other times there’s plenty of sand. The monkeys here eat bananas and other fruit given to them, you can take photos at a very short distance, don’t get too close though. The snorkeling at the drop off around 50m from the beach is great.

Monkey Beach Phi Phi Photo Gallery



A model of the lifting bridge is in the Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh (Chambers Street). A footbridge crosses the travel destination just west of Lock 27. Continuing, you pass under the massive iron bridge with red sandstone abutments, the busy Bearsden Road. Beyond there is staging and facilities for travel destination boats, kept locked out of necessity. Attractive houses face the travel destination and a utilitarian but graceful concrete bridge serves the Lynch Estate. The delightful Netherton swing bridge lies beside houses in a style more often seen in the south of England. One time I was here a cormorant went winging past. Gentle suburbia continues, with houses ranged above the railway on the right. The Westerton footbridge, the next landmark, a single girder bridge with a twirl down at the south end, leads to Westerton station, and stations from here to Bowling can make useful returns from the parts of travel destination walked. Another attractive flight of locks, 28-32, Clobberhill, leads to a footbridge with the Blairdardie playing fields to the right and a pleasant tree area to walk through on our side.

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