We rent at some of different bungalows or overlooking the fish we served in our many cocktails including a small secluded beach volleyball and unwind in paradise. So if you can just relax or we have mini-bar and tranquil beach volleyball. Haad Yow Beach or rooms either on the main port on a Thai style with wooden furnishings.
If you do not like laying at the beachtry out something else. Koh Phanganoffers a few attractions suchlike kite-surfing, ATV Rentals, Elephant Riding, Djungle Trekking, Diving, Muay Thai, Yoga Classes,a Chinese Temple and Cooking Lessons for Thai Food. Restful laying on calm deserted beaches, snorkel divingand taking a course to learn to diveat the characteristic island named Koh Ma, a protected National MarinePark. Phangan was considered a backpackersdestination, Nowadays a much more mixed range of guests arrives here. One tought most of them have in common, guests want to find a relaxed and interesting place. One exemption could be the Fullmoon party when Had Rin Nok transforms to a dancefloor. Weatherin the Kingdom of Thailandcan be extremely tropical, high temperatureand wet. The climate are caused by monsoons which make 3 distinguishable climateseasons in northern Thailandand two contrasting seasons in Southern Thailand. In the south monsoon approx May to October is warm and the sky is cloud covered, whereas in northeast monsoon approx November to March is bone dry and relatively low temperature. There are some really options for accommodation and cozy guesthouses on nearly all of Phangan's beachesand you can book them with this website. Simmilar to Koh Samui, Phangan has enjoyed enormous year on year increase in tourism numbers also it is known its own right for its monthly notorious Full Moon Parties right at Haad Rin bay. Because of its vibrant party scene some people have named Phangan the Ibiza of Asia. Still, as this place has so much to experience than being a crazy never ending party place, Phangan has a quiet side, offering the private atmosphere of a bungalow resort with long walks, relaxation therapy and different possibilities. Lying around 18 km north of Samuiin the Gulf of Siam is the island of Koh Phangan. The Island is much quieter and laid back than Koh Samui, with the exception of the full moon party where a estimated number of 5 - 10,000 visitors arrive for the over crowded full moon party in Haad Rin Nok. Situated in the southern siamese Gulf of Thailand Koh Phangan is sister island to the World renowned tourist destination of SamuiIsland that attracts in excess of one million tourists every year. Visitors like to browse the Net in order to learn all about Koh Phangan and local accommodation. A interesting web site to get information on Koh Phangan, is www.PhanganIsland.com Phangan has as well a number of top end resorts to offer, to name just a few as example Mandalai Hotel or SarikantangResort. Both of them offering high class service and can be recommended to everyone able to afford them. For accommodation at Had Yaobay, check out Sandy Bay, all of the rooms are serviced every day and as one of the first resorts on the island they realize the level of good service anticipated by visitors. For yoga interested people there are some special places like Ananda or the Sanctuary, offering and massages. For those of you who find Koh Samui too expensive or a bit too busy with too many construction sites, Koh Phangan is the ideal place to relax & chill in the Gulf of Thailand. The least cost intensive type of transportation from capital city to Phangan would be to get joint tickets from Songserm Travel Center for ferry and speed boats, buses, trains, airplanes to Phangan. Another option is to take an 1 hour flight operated by Bangkok Airways daily from BKK to Koh Samui and get the speed boat to the island.