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
Well situated, Or Rawarn Resort is very near the next town, and yet close to the beachfront.
Although Pha-ngan was at the beginning explored by backpackers a mere twenty years ago, Phanganwas inhabited as long as two thousand years ago by sea gypsies originating from the area today called malaysia. Koh Phangan was then later swarmed by Chinese migrants originating from the chinese province Hainan fleeing their country. As a natural eden-like island in the Southern Gulf of Siam, Koh Phangan serves as the unflawed getaway retreat. For those of you who find Koh Samuitoo overdeveloped or much too commercial with too many construction sites, Kohpangan is the ideal destination to chill and relax in Thailand.
Lying about 18 km from the northern side of Samuiin the Gulf of Siam is the island of Koh Phangan. The Island is much quieter and relaxed than Koh Samui, only with the exception of the FullMoon beachparty where between 5 - 10,000 visitors come on the island for the famous fullmoon partyin Haad Rin Nok. Located in the Gulf of ThailandKoh Pha-ngan is sister island to the world wide known tourist destination of SamuiIsland that more than one million visitors every year. Surrounded by crystal clear waters, Kohphangan has naturally become in the last years to a scuba divers favorite destination in Thailand. Even Phangan was at the beginning explored by backpacking hippies more than 22 years ago, the island was actually inhabited as long as two thousand years ago by sea pirates coming from Malaysia. The area was then later targeted by Chinese migrants coming from the province Hainan fleeing the economic hardship in their country.
Simmilar to Koh Tao, Koh Pha-ngan has experienced substantial year on year increase in tourist arrival numbers and the island is known its own right for its every month held infamous FullMoon Partyheld on Haad Rin beach. Due to its big partyscene some have dubbed Phangan the Ibiza of Asia. Once the full moon party is over and the sun has set on Had Rinyou'll be surprised to see how very much more Koh Phangan has to offer. There are roads to HaadRin, but you have been warned that the concrete roads are not in the best state and only if consider yourself a competitant motorcycle driver then don't attempt to get to Haad Rin, as most accidents involving motorbikes happen in this area. Our advice is to leave your scooter at the 7/11 at Baan Tai and pay approx 50 Baht for a taxi over the mountains to Had Rin. Two of the most visited of the beaches, Haad Rin and Chaloklummost of the time have a scattering of sun worshipers but there's also quieter, more secluded beachesand bays. Kohpangan's monthly Full Moon Party is asia's most famous beachparty, with international DJ's from across the globe lining up to have the chance of playing.