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Idyllic location - perfect if you just want to while away a few days in a tropical paradise...
It's quiet - which is good if you're looking for a bit of peace...
Lovely beach moving round in a crescent, white sand, in a protected shallow...More
There is a beautiful beach, quiet, beautiful sea. In the morning, walk, breathe fresh air. Afternoon, sit by the sea Afternoon sunbathing In the evening, playing in the water, walking or collecting clams Can fish with the villagers People are not crowded.
We found this restaurant just past the 7/11. It is a 5 minute walk from Dreamland. We were awake very early to see the sunrise and this was the first place we came across that was open for coffee and breakfast. The kind man who...More
This once was a beautiful beach, a stretch of white sand, in the shade of lush vegetation. A lagoon where you could go swimming in crystal clear water or go for a nice, long stroll imprinting your footsteps in the soft sand. There were few...More
This double bay (incl. Thong Nai Pan Yai) is still the gem I got to know almost 15 years ago. Beautiful not too crowded beached, reasonable prices and meanwhile a good road to get there. Still my favourite beach in Thailand.
As a solo traveler I feel like a UFO in Thong Nai Pan Yai.
The beach is nice and weather has been much better than on the west side (given it's September I don't take it for granted) HOWEVER... this is a place for families...More
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To be honest... if I was to redo my whole holiday all over again, I'd probably avoid going to Koh Kood. The absolute effort of getting there, only two ferries go daily, and if you miss them you're stuck in Trat city (which... More
To be honest... if I was to redo my whole holiday all over again, I'd probably avoid going to Koh Kood. The absolute effort of getting there, only two ferries go daily, and if you miss them you're stuck in Trat city (which happened me) my hotel never informed me, I stayed at "Chams house" which looks amazing but is in fact disgusting! If you are picky with accommodation, maybe do a good research on where to stay, apparently there is limited hotels on the island, the beaches are nothing compared to Koh Phangan, and the vibes and ambiance that place has to offer. (I'm not talking about partying) but in general it has such a great vibe about it! But in saying all this, everyone has their own taste. I found Koh Kood just average! And I'd never want to go back.
From BKK, depends on your budget. you can take the 999 government bus , about 1000bht and is comfortable with about 24 seats and you travel all night with a dinner stop. the nice thing is that you travel while you sleep and... More
From BKK, depends on your budget. you can take the 999 government bus , about 1000bht and is comfortable with about 24 seats and you travel all night with a dinner stop. the nice thing is that you travel while you sleep and do not loose a day as well as the advantage of arriveing early in Koh Phangan.
You can also fly to Surathani or Nakon Si tarama from the Don Meung airport out side of BKK. reserve in advance on Air Asia or Noke Air, about 30 to 50 euro. from there you you purchase a transfer to Koh Phangan if you have not done it when you get your flight. The trip takes a good part of the day.
There is also Bangkok Air that fly direct from BKK to Koh Samui, depends on your budget , a bit more than 100euro with the ferry transfer from Samui , This is the fastest wy to get th Koh Phangan from THE CITY OF ANGELS.
HAVE A NICE TRIP
I live on Koh Phangan and can only recommend this island.