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SWIMMING_POOL Chantaramas Resort & Spa

Chantaramas Resort & Spa

Baan Khai, Koh Pha-ngan
(11 Reviews)
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LOBBY SeaEsta Beach

SeaEsta Beach

Baan Khai, Koh Pha-ngan
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Haad Son Resort & Restaurant

Haad Son Resort & Restaurant

Haad Son, Koh Pha-ngan
(8 Reviews)
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SWIMMING_POOL Phangan Utopia Resort

Phangan Utopia Resort

Mae Haad, Koh Pha-ngan
(48 Reviews)
Room was great and great view, staff were excellent
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COMMON_SPACE Mandalai Hotel

Mandalai Hotel

Chaloklum, Koh Pha-ngan
(10 Reviews)
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Coco Lilly

Wok Tum, Koh Pha-ngan
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VIEW_ATTRACTIONS Little Paradise Resort

Little Paradise Resort

Haad Rin, Koh Pha-ngan
(15 Reviews)
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SWIMMING_POOL Morning Star Resort

Morning Star Resort

Baan Khai, Koh Pha-ngan
(5 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Phangan Island View Hotel (SHA Extra Plus )

Phangan Island View Hotel (SHA Extra Plus )

Thong Sala, Koh Pha-ngan
(14 Reviews)
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Ảnh chính Phangan Cove Beach Resort

Phangan Cove Beach Resort

Sri Thanu, Koh Pha-ngan
Located in Ko Pha-ngan, Phangan Cove Beach Resort is by the sea, within a 15-minute walk of The Challenge Phangan and Laem Son Lake. This beach hotel is 4.3 mi (6.9 km) from Thong Sala Pier and 10.9 mi (17.5 km) from Haad Rin Nok Beach.
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SWIMMING_POOL Tharathip Resort (SHA Extra Plus)

Tharathip Resort (SHA Extra Plus)

Hinkong, Wok Tum
(20 Reviews)
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VIEW_ATTRACTIONS Haad Yao Bayview Resort & Spa

Haad Yao Bayview Resort & Spa

Haad Salad, Koh Pha-ngan
(54 Reviews)
Great location close to the beach and stores.
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Ảnh chính Phangan Rainbow Bungalows

Phangan Rainbow Bungalows

Baan Khai, Koh Pha-ngan
Located in Ko Pha-ngan, Phangan Rainbow Bungalows is on the beach, a 4-minute walk from Ban Thai Beach and within a 5-minute drive of Hard Road. This beach resort is 2.8 mi (4.4 km) from Haad Rin Nok Beach and 4.6 mi (7.4 km) from Thong Sala Pier.
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Quầy tiếp tân Le Grand bleu Hotel

Le Grand bleu Hotel

Hinkong, Wok Tum
With a stay at Le Grand bleu Hotel in Ko Pha-ngan, you'll be a 4-minute walk from Wok Tum Beach and 11 minutes by foot from Hin Kong Beach. This hotel is 2.2 mi (3.5 km) from Thong Sala Pier and 9.3 mi (14.9 km) from Haad Rin Nok Beach.
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BEDROOM Richmond Guesthouse Haad Rin

Richmond Guesthouse Haad Rin

Guest Houses
Haad Rin, Koh Pha-ngan
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Ảnh chính Absolute Beachfront Resort

Absolute Beachfront Resort

Thong Sala, Koh Pha-ngan
With a stay at Absolute Beachfront Resort in Ko Pha-ngan, you'll be steps from Hard Road and a 2-minute drive from Ban Thai Beach. This hotel is 2.5 mi (4.1 km) from Thong Sala Pier and 4.6 mi (7.3 km) from Haad Rin Nok Beach.
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Ảnh chính Phangan Chalet Bungalows

Phangan Chalet Bungalows

Chaloklum, Koh Pha-ngan
Located in Ko Pha-ngan, Phangan Chalet Bungalows is within a 5-minute drive of Ban Chalok Beach and Haad Thong Lang Beach. This hotel is 7.1 mi (11.4 km) from Thong Sala Pier and 12.7 mi (20.4 km) from Haad Rin Nok Beach.
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Aquavana Resort

Haad Rin, Koh Pha-ngan
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Sandee Bungalow

Thong Nai Pan Noi, Koh Pha-ngan
(11 Reviews)
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Phupha Bungalow

Haad Rin, Koh Pha-ngan
(6 Reviews)
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Facts about Koh Pha-ngan

Total Accommodation
536 Properties
Popular Area
Thong Sala, Baan Khai
Popular Hotel
Chantaramas Resort & Spa, SeaEsta Beach
Popular Landmark
Thong Sala Pier, Phaeng Waterfall

Guest reviews in Koh Pha-ngan

1,830 reviews from hotels in Koh Pha-ngan with aggregated rating of 8.2/10.
Review from various users that have stayed in Koh Pha-ngan will help you to choose the perfext hotel easily!
Pan T.
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6 May 2019
Beautiful beaches, nice swimming pool, should have bigger aircon for the villa. It's pretty hot during april. Nice staff.
Md Shahidullah
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14 Feb 2020
Room was very old. Bad Smell and room wasn’t clean. Because of full moon party they increased the price alot. **Staffs are smiley and helpful.
Lyzander M.
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1 Jan 2022
The bungalow we rented is not ready for tourist. No hotel soap & hotel shampoo, stinky bed sheets, and water coming out from the shower have very bad smell.
Ging P.
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20 Sep 2022
Very nice view and quiet place.
Teera T.
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29 Jun 2018
Travel there for full moon party.
Monnat R.
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20 Jun 2023
Cheep price, But quite dirty room.
Yahya H.
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14 Feb 2021
Great facilities and great staff made the stay awesome. Great location right on the ocean. :)
Supalak J.
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19 Mar 2022
Poor service, unorganized, not clean. Room overall is fine. Good location.
wanpen c.
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19 Nov 2020
Clean room, good service, beautiful view, friendly receptionist.

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Ko Pha Ngan is an island in the southern Gulf of Thailand. It is part of the Surat thani Province and the Samui Archipelago. Ko Pha Ngan is famous for it’s Full Moon Party at Haad Rin Beach and as a massive backpacker destination. The island is featured heavily in Alex Garland’s novel “The Beach”. The Full Moon parties here are a monthly dance and music festival scheduled at every full moon. Generally these festivals attract almost 30,000 people per month. Recently, steps have been taken to make Ko Pha Ngan a more family friendly location, by promoting natural attractions and stepping up the police presence. There are now a number of roadblocks with stop and search procedures, and undercover police. There is also a lesser known Half-moon party held at the half moon of each month. It is located in the jungle, inland from Ban Tai, requiring tuk-tuk, taxi or bike transportation to and from. The island isn’t all built for the crazy antics of backpackers seeing a few wild nights. Ko Pha Ngan has plenty to offer as far as natural beauty and things to do for the more refined traveler as well. It’s peaceful northern beaches make it a great place for families and couples alike. The western coast has developed into upscale resorts and ritzy old buildings. High season is between November and April. June - January is usually monsoon season, and weather can be quite harsh in the Gulf of Thailand. Things will be cheaper, but less facilities will be available.

History of Ko Pha Ngan

The name Ko Pha Ngan derives from the word “Ngan” meaning sand bar in a southern Thai dialect, as there are tons of sand bars off the island. Settlements date back as far as the Bronze Drum of Dongson Culture from 500 - 100 BCE. Historians believe that the first people to settle in this island chain were muslim sea gypsies who traveled by boat from the Malay peninsula. Today there are still Muslim inhabitants of the islands. Since the 1900’s the populations of these islands has steadily grown. Mostly these people live off the sea as fisherman, and coconut farmers. Tin mining was popular in the 50’s and slowly faded out into the 70’s. Since then, tourism has been the island's main focus. Most of the population and local economy happens on the coastline, as the mountainous interior of the island is inaccessible due to unspoiled rainforest. Originally, Ko Pha Ngan was a part of the Ko Samui district. But was broken off and given it’s own jurisdiction on October 1, 1970. It now consists of Ko Pha Ngan, Ban Tai and Ko Tao.

Surrounding Areas to Ko Pha Ngan

Ko Samui

The second largest island after Phuket. A popular family and couples island that boasts a more upscale experience than the backpacker haven of Ko Pha Ngan.

Ko Phaluai

The largest island in the Mu Ko Ang Thong island group. A beautiful island that still inhabits about 400 sea-gypsies that make their living as fisherman. There is no accommodation, and only one restaurant on the island. The locals are kind and simple people. Some will take you on day fishing trips if you’re lucky.

Ko Wua Ta Lap

An extremely small but picturesque island with one restaurant, snorkeling and an incredibly difficult viewpoint trail. One of the most gorgeous viewpoints in the area, but be warned… the trail is not easy and is rope guided for most of the way.

Ko Tao

A spectacular island known for its scuba diving. Also known for it’s incredible turtle rehabilitation program. This lovely island has plenty of accommodation and tourism, and is a great stop for anyone looking for an island getaway.


Power Beach Resort

This bungalow resort is a wonderful little slice of pardise. With a great location only .6km from Thong Sala Pier, and Thongsala walking street only 1km away. Power beach resort is exactly the right amount of comfort while maintaining a budget travel destination. The resort has free Wifi, a beach bar and a ferry shuttle. They also serve coffee with their breakfast.

Delight Resort

With only a 1 minute walk to the full moon beach, this resort is in a prime location to cater to your needs, the rooms are clean and friendly. Rooms are decorated in the Thai style and tradition with a beautiful surrounding. With Haad Rin Nai beach only .5 km away, and Haad Rin Pier only .4 km away, this resort is everything you need to take on the full moon!

Shiralea Backpackers Resort

At only 267 baht per night, this hostel is one of the cheapest places to stay on the island. For what it lacks in price, it makes up for in personality though. The staff and vibe of the hostel are what make the experience worth staying here, besides the price. Only .6km from Haad Yao beach, this hostel is in a lovely location. It has a pool, a bar and a spa and hot-tub. It also has pool tables, breakfast and free Wifi!  

Panviman resort Koh Phangan

Panviman offers a pristine luxurious experience unlike any  other. The bungalows are spacious and expertly designed. They feature a terrace, a beautiful bathtub and a free show. The hotel also has a free tuktuk service to take you around the very large and well maintained premises. The views are spectacular, the staff are service oriented and friendly and the restaurant is one of the best on the island. This resort spares nothing to provide the customer with the complete Ko Pha Ngan experience.

Coral Bungalows

Coral bungalows is a lovely little bungalow that is only 2km from Haad Rin Beach, and only .7km from the full moon beach. With facilities like a pool, a billiards table and a restaurant, what more can you ask for 300 Baht a night. The facilities also have motorbike rentals. This bungalow is right near the nightlife, so expect to hear the bars and the party right next door!


By Plane

You can get a flight from Don Muang (DMK) in Bangkok to Koh Samui (USM), where you can then catch a boat to Ko Pha Ngan. The ferry starts at 6:30 and goes until 17:30.

By Bus

You can catch an overnight bus to Surat Thani from Khaosan road in Bangkok which leaves at about 18:00 every day. From there catch the ferry over to Ko Pha Ngan.

By Train

One can take an overnight sleeper train from Bangkok’s Hua Lamphong station. You’ll have a bed and it can be quite comfortable. You’ll arrive in Suratthani and you can grab the ferry to Ko Pha Ngan from there.

Main areas in Ko Pha Ngan

  • Haad Yao
  • Haad Salad
  • Chaloklum
  • Thong Nai Pan
  • Thong Sala
  • Ban Tai
  • Haad Rin
  • Leela


Thong Sala Night Market

Mostly a food market, but it is one of the most fun activities to do at night if you aren’t at the full moon party. Tons of food, some trinkets, as well as fresh fruits and vegetables. There’s also a nearby market called Panthip which is open everyday, from noon to about 930pm.

Opening hours: 4pm to 10pm

Entrance fee: free

Herbal Sauna at Baan Tai

Nothing feels better than a sauna, except for an Herbal Sauna on the beach, in a lovely location. This spa is right next to the largest tree on the island. It’s quite hard to miss.  Run by monks, this little haven is the perfect place to relax and detox after partying too hard on the beach.

Opening hours: 2pm to 7pm daily

Entrance fee: 50THB plus tips


Haad Rin Full Moon Party

The Full Moon party on Haad rin beach is one of the main attractions of the island, and attracts almost 30,000 people a month. This party is monthly, on the night of the full moon. There is also a half moon party for those that don’t want to get as crazy.

Opening hours: starts around 8pm, ends at dawn

Entrance fee: 100 THB

The First Bow and Arrow club

Why not spice up your travels with an archery class from The First Bow and Arrow club? It’s certainly something different to do on your island vacation, and will leave you feeling primal and closer to the animal inside of you.

Opening hours: 9am to 6pm

Entrance fee: 200THB per hour

Waterfall trekking

There are about 7 waterfalls around the island, which should be flowing in early high season. The waterfalls are particularly beautiful and lush on the islands, and swimming is usually allowed in the appropriate attire. Many of the falls also have trails behind them leading up the mountains to viewpoints. The Jungle is dense and easy to get lost in, so be careful and stay on the trail. Bring mosquito repellant, especially during wet season, as the mosquitos will be out in force.

Opening hours: sunrise to sunset, daily

Entrance fee: free

Travel Tips

  • When partying, remember to drink water. The weather in Thailand is specifically dehydrating, especially when a bucket of long island iced tea is involved. By popular demand, there are medical facilities available on the island, but don’t be someone who ends up using them.
  • Sunscreen is important as the island sun can quickly burn your skin. It’s available in the shops, but sunscreen is an imported item and can be extremely expensive. Try to bring your own.
  • ATMs are available on the island, but remember, ATMs in thailand hold onto your card when you’re at the machine, and give it back after. Don’t leave your card in the ATM and ruin your holiday.
  • Due to the high volume of irresponsible party goers, there can often be glass in the sand at Haad Rin beach. Shoes or sandals are advised. And if you see trash, pick it up.
  • Mosquito repellant is particularly important, Especially if staying in open air bungalows with no mosquito netting. The island offers plenty of repellant and mosquito coils. You can also take vitamin B1 to try and deter the insects from biting you.
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