Bungalow Resorts and Hotels on Koh PhanganSunrise Resort OK Bungalow Shangrilabeach Resort Phangan Centerpoint Power Beach Bungalow Moonstone Villa (Natural House) Sea Garden Resort and Spa The Beach Resort Mandalai Hotel Blue Hill Resort Phangan Cottage Bungalow Stone Hill Resort and Amsterdam Bar Baan Tai Beach Villa Sabaii Bay resort Phangan Azure Phangan Chai Hotel Loyfa Natural Resort My Phangan Resort Delight Resort Mai Tai Villa Chokana Resort J.S Hut As Beach Place Sea Rock Bungalow AB Ban Bon Kao Villa Bounty Resort Coco Hut Village Hill Side Bungalow Khontee Resort Or Rawarn Resort Belvedere Bungalows Home Beach Resort Baan Panburi Village The Emerald Ocean
Accommodation on Koh Phangan
Baan Panburi Village has clean and well maintained bungalows with European style bathroom, the rooms are well sized for the value and offer some space to relax, some bungalows have private balconies, and have a fantastic view of the sea.
Holiday makers prefer to browse the World Wide Web in order to get Koh Phangan and local accommodation. A interesting site to to rent a house on the island, is PhanganBungalows.com The Fullmoon Party at Haad Rin beach. But this is not so small and Haad Rin is just a tiny and isolated part of the island. Lying about 18 km north of Koh Samuiin the Gulf of Siam is the island of Koh Phangan. Being generally much more quieter and relaxed than Koh Samui, with the exception of the fullmoon beachparty where between 5 - 10,000 visitors come on the island for the over crowded fullmoon party on the east side beachof Haad Rin.
Situated in the southern siamese Gulf of Thailand island has to show to visitors. You can use the concrete roads to HadRin, but we have warned you that the roads are not in the best state and only if consider yourself a confident motorcycle driver then don't try to get to HaadRin, as most accidents involving scooters happen in this area. Our advice is to leave your motorcylce at the 7-11 at Ban Tai and pay approx 60 Baht for a pickup over the mountains to Had Rin.
A lot of people have in mind that Koh Phangan is only a heaven for backpackers or young people and everything focused on the Phanganis a palm fringed tropical paradise, surrounded by gentle sloping coral reefs and green clad mountain range behind the beaches. Although Pha-ngan was first explored by backpacking hippies about 20 years ago, Phangan was inhabited already about two thousand years ago by sea gypsies originating from the Malayan Peninsula. The area was some time later swarmed by Chinese originating from Hainan fleeing the economic hardship in their country.