Bungalow Resorts and Hotels on Koh PhanganPhangan Garden Beach Resort Beer Bungalow The Beach House Sunset View S.K. Home Dakanda Resort Beach Villa First Villa Sea Scene Resort Delight Resort Sandy Bay Phangan Ing Phu Resort Cookies Bungalow Ocean View Beach Resort Hill Side House Mai Tai Villa new Baan Tai Resort Hill Side Bungalow Tantawan Bungalow Power Beach Bungalow Serenity Villas Haad Yao Over Bay Resort
Accommodation on Koh Phangan
In the vicinity of Stone Hill Resort and Amsterdam Bar there are classic outdoor kitchens preparing many types of freshly prepared traditional specialties at very cheap prices.
Simmilar to the neighbor island, Koh Pha-ngan experiences enormous increase in visitor numbers and the island is known its own right for its every month held World famous Fullmoon Party held on Haad Rin . Because of its big partyscene some have named Koh Phangan the Ibiza of the east. If you like to dine out then the island offers you a variety of restaurants, bars and cafes offering you Thai, International, English, Mexican and Mediterranean dishes, something to suit everyone. And of course a large selection of fresh seafood that is locally caught. Koh Phangan has unnumbered undeveloped bays and mountains, a few of them only accessible by a treck through jungle paths or by taking a boat.
The most visited of the beaches, Haad Rin and Chaloklumalways are filled up with sun worshipers but there's also quieter, more secluded bays and beaches. Koh Panghan's monthly Fullmoon Party is the world's best known beachparty, with international DJ's from across the globe lining up to have the chance of playing. Another suitable option for accommodation is Phrueksa Resort, because it is just right for various kinds of guests. The place is perfect for newly-married couples on holiday and young families or several people as well. Kohphangan is a palm fringed tropical island, protected by gentle sloping coral reefs and green clad mountain range towering above the beaches.Koh Phanganis a beautiful island south of Thailand.
Pha-ngan was at the beginning explored by backpacking hippies more than 25 years ago, the island was actually inhabited for more than two thousand years ago by sea gypsies coming from the Malayan Peninsula. The area was some time later targeted by Chinese people originating from the province Hainan fleeing the economic hardship in their country. Many of the known hotels, such like Sunset Cove are frequently fully booked during peak season. Perhaps a good tip would be to arrange for your place in a Phanganis a small tropical paradise, surrounded by gentle sloping coral reefs and green clad mountain range towering above the beaches.