Koh Phangan Map ('Khontee Resort' on a Satellite Map with information about the surrounding area)
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In the vicinity of Khontee Resort there are many classic side walk kitchens serving a great variety freshly cooked local specialties at very cheap prices.For example: tropical breakfast fruits homemade bread cereals traditional Thai rice soups noodle dishes curries tofu burgers
Khontee Resort is the best spot for relaxing and unwinding after partying the night away.
If you have intentions of going to the full moon party in Haad Rin, Khontee Resort can make the necessary arrangement for you to you get there safe. There are many Taxis available going back in your direction in the morning and through out the day.
All the bungalows at Khontee Resort are maintained well and are all equipped with western style facilities; all are located near the beach front.
For example: tropical breakfast fruits homemade bread cereals traditional Thai rice soups noodle dishes curries tofu burgers
The only exemption from the otherwise relaxing and quite island is the Fullmoon party when the east side of Haad Rin changes into a dance floor made of sand. If you don't fell like party or even listen to the music, don't worry on Koh Phanganare a lot natural beaches, that are all over the Island like fruit garden in the hills, waterfalls and waterfalls. Kohphanganconsists of a natural paradisewith a lot of coconut palms and green turquoise waters.
Mai Pen Rai is not just a common saying on the island, Mai Pen Rai is as well the name of a very recommended resort in Thansadet.
We can recommend as a private place to stay, check out HaadTien a secluded and small place, there you find only 1 bungalowresort.
Whatever it could be that you are searching for, there is something that suits most people. The island has now more than 270 bungalow resorts to choose from, everything from a 90 baht per night bamboo hut with no bathroom to first class air-conditioned palace with your own swimming pool.
Currently, the island is a popular visited travel destination and people from every area of the planet to visit the place.
As a tropical paradise island in the Southern Gulf of Thailand, the island is perfect getaway retreat, here most can go relaxing on quiet white sand beachesand snorkeling and go for a diveat the tiny island of Ko Ma.
It is amazing the way quiet and parties can mix so great here. At one side of Phangan, there are the non-stop parties drawing party people with a wide range of music, a great location and party style.
If you like to dine out then Koh Phanganoffers you many different styles of restaurants, bars and cafes catering Thai, International, Danish, English and Mediterranean dishes, something to suit everyone. And naturally of it's location a large selection of fresh seafood that is locally caught.
The island of Pha-ngan was for the first time visited by travelers more than 22 years ago, Koh Phanganwas before inhabited already over 2000 years ago by sea gypsies originating from the Malayan Peninsula. Koh Phanganwas some time later settled by chinese refugees originating from Hainan fleeing their country.
There are concrete roads to Haad Rin, but you have been warned that the concrete roads are not in the greatest condition and unless you are a confident motorbike 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 about 60 Baht for a taxi over the mountains to HadRin.
There is a wide range of Bungalow Resortson Ko Phanganfor every kind of budget, availible to book in advance here.
Reserving a bungalow before your arrive for Peak Season like New Years party or fullmoon party is a useful advise. Resorts like Milky Bayand B52 Resort Phangan have websites together with online booking.
Specially for yoga nutters the island can offer some Bungalow places for example the Sanctuary and Ananda, sessions and massages.
Restful laying on calm uncrowded beaches, snorkeling or learning to divenearby the characteristic island of Koh Ma, a preserved National MarinePark.