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One word - wow! Everything about this place is just so charming. Picture perfect beach. Lovely climb up the hill for a spectacular view over the bay. You can snorkel just off the beach, or simply dip in the water and chill. There's a place...More
During the time of our visit (low season) the island was crowded and the beaches and restaurants filthy. There are lot’s of things to see and do on Koh Tao that’s worth your money..For us the trip to this island definately wasn’t.
...not actually sure what the hype is for, if I’m honest.
It’s got the usual snorkel/dive contingent, snacks and beer are over-priced for the captive market.
I was more impressed with their ecology drive than the place itself but still worth a visit.
Amazing views, amazing beach! However watch out for the old lady on the till in the bar/restaurant. What a dragon! So so rude to every single person that came to be served! I’ve honestly never seen anything like it! Go to the view point, it’s...More
You can see this picture of Tao everywhere on the web or in Travel agency but the reality is sad ... We was there with Kayak rented on Sairee Beach, then after 30mn Paddling we reach the Beach, the natural site is exceptionnel it's true,...More
20 minute taxi boat from Sairee and you get to visit a beautiful island with some great beaches and view. Cost 100baht entry and recommend taking taxi boat as you can then arrive and leave when you want. We were able to avoid the masses...More
Such a beautiful place to come and visit but extremely busy and crowded. Take extra caution walking up the steps to the viewpoint - lots of people coming past on the way down. This also applies to when you reach the top - everyone is...More
Very expensive. 100 baht just to get on the island. Not sure what that money even goes to? Not to helping preserve the sand or coral that’s for sure. They make it look like they’re trying to help, but clearly not. “Can’t” use towels on...More
Response from Jayenul K | Reviewed this property |
It it always better to book full day tour with the local tour guide.so additionally we can explore more island and overall costing will be less.The total costing will around THB 1000 including lunch in a restaurant and... More
It it always better to book full day tour with the local tour guide.so additionally we can explore more island and overall costing will be less.The total costing will around THB 1000 including lunch in a restaurant and other facilities likes snorkeling & swimming. but do negotiate with with local tour agents for the tour package.
Go krabi from Surat it’s 5 hours minibus ride it’s cheap bus you have phi phi chicken island maya island We’re they filmed the beach it’s the best beach’s and snorkelling in thailand period then travel back to Surat get a... More
Go krabi from Surat it’s 5 hours minibus ride it’s cheap bus you have phi phi chicken island maya island We’re they filmed the beach it’s the best beach’s and snorkelling in thailand period then travel back to Surat get a boat to samui chwang beach is We’re the party is and the best beach on the island if you like party the ark bar chwang beach is the Ibiza of thailand google it crazy. Koh toa is so good for snorkelling the beaches are ok you must go Koh nang off toa but Koh toa is very very small and the beach’s are so hard to get to and the roads are so small and mostly dirt tracks be very carful on a moto bike one last thing if you go to the full moon or half moon party be very very carful about drugs you will get many many Thai guys and girls asking you buy weed or pills then after you buy the police come and arrest you and you must pay 3000 pounds in 6 hours or you go back to Bangkok and wait 6 months for your trial and you can get 6 months in jail for a joint be carful there many bad Thai people I have been Thai 17 times I love it but be carful happy travel 😊 Theo from oxford uk.
Hi. I am going to Thailand this coming April and I am unsure if we are best changing our money in the UK or over in Thailand? If you recommend exchanging in Thailand is it best to take a debit/credit card, travellers cheques or sterling cash? Travelling as a couple in our late 20’s we were thinking of taking £500-£600 each. Flights and hotels have all been paid for so this would just need to cover food, drink, taxis, activities and shopping (although I will be taking my credit card in-case...More
March 26, 2014|
Hi Must read this piece of info tripadvisor.com/Travel-g293915-s601/Thailand… Always change money in Thailand for better rate. Cheers,
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Koh Tao & Koh Nang Yuan Snorkelling (7 Replies)
Hi, May i get some advice regarding about snorkelling trip is better to book a long tail boat free & easy or join a big group which the whole trip agenda are been scheduled, as i'm going to Koh Samui in July 2014, then i plan to stay at Koh Tao for 1 night, any hotels suggestion or place to be visit? Yours reply is much much appreciated! Resha
May 08, 2014|
Hi ReshaXiaoRou, It's really up to you. The big boats with lots of other people are cheaper (from around 800 THB per person for 3/4 day, often including fruit, water, sometimes even lunch. Longtails are more expensive, especially if you want a private boat, but you'll have much more flexibility with your schedule and where you stop. You would need to arrange your own food and drinks for the day, but again, this gives you more flexibility for your trip. Regarding accommodation, Koh...More
St. Catharines, Canada
2 Weeks Thailand trip...*HELP* (2 Replies)
G'day fellow forum members! :) I am going on my second solo trip this coming February for 2 weeks and was hoping I could receive some help from you "excellent and admirable" travelers. Sorry I got a little caried away talking like Bilbo Baggins. Some information about me: I am 29 years old, I will be travelling solo as mentioned, I am looking to spend some time in Chang Mai (Elephant Sanctuary visit, temples, Tattoo from an Ajarn) and then spend time on a couple islands. I am looking to...More
July 19, 2018|
I would go to the Andaman side if you are wanting the rock climbing. There aren't really the cliffs that you are looking for on Samui or Koh Tao. I would look at Krabi for that and you could look at your diving in that area. If you go to the Krabi forums they will be able to help more with actual location and how to make the best use of your time. Enjoy!