Bungalow Resorts and Hotels on Koh PhanganMilky Bay Resort J.S Hut Coco Garden S.K. Home The Beach House Resort Phangan Paragon Resort and Spa Baan Tai Beach Villa Lime n Soda Beach Front Resort Coconut Beach Bungalow Nantakarn Bungalows Smile Beach Resort Tropicana Resort Hill Side House Serenity Villas Green View Houses Sandy Bay Belvedere Bungalows Tranquil Resort Baan Haad Yao Villa Viva on the Beach Santhiya Resort and Spa Moon Beach Bungalows Sabaii Bay resort Vimarn Samut Resort Chantaramas Resort and Spa Sea View Thansadet My Palace Seetanu Bungalows Sarikantang Resort and Spa Rose Villa
Accommodation on Koh Phangan
Or Rawarn Resort has clean and well maintained bungalows with European style toilets, the rooms are well sized for the value and offer some space to relax, a few bungalows offer private balconies, and have a magnificent view of the sea.
Koh Phangan's weather is almost always a perfect for a holiday. Nice weather days and a steady ocean breeze nearly everyday. The best time for a visit, end of December to the end of March could be the ideal tropical island experience. Currently, the island is a tourist travel destination with people from every corner of the earth to enjoy it. If you are looking for the best accommodation at Koh Phangan, we can offer you Phrueksa Resort, not far from Thong Sala, the capital of the island. At this location guests will have an easy access to bars, ATM machines and mini marts.
Kohpangan is a small tropical paradise, protected by gentle sloping coral reefs and green clad mountain range behind the beaches. For some of the travelers who find Koh Samuia bit too costly or too crowded with holiday makers, Koh Phangan is the ideal island to experience a relaxed time in Southern Thailand.
Many of the more popular places to stay, like High Life frequently completely booked during peak season. Perhaps a valuable advice could be to reserve your Phanganwas before inhabited for more than two thousand years ago by sea pirates traveling by boat from the Malayan Peninsula. The area was later swarmed by chinese refugees originating from the province Hainan fleeing their country.