Koh Phangan is famous for the Full Moon Party which is held on full moon night every month. This world famous beach party brings thousands of party lovers to the island, come and enjoy the party together as naturally as the body and soul. ««  Read More  »»

Close to the Full Moon Party and a great place to chill out after all the fun in funky atmosphere. The modern & stylish bungalow, Hotels and luxury Resorts and Villas are spacious and include air-con or fan, mini-bar, Internet, hot shower, TV, living room and big balcony in Cheap rates. ««  Read More  »»

Santhiya Resort, a Luxury resort with private beach: Villas and Bungalows naturally set around a scenic cove all with sea views and direct access to the beach, pick-up by speedboat direct to the resort.

When the full moon party is over and the sun has set on, as a natural paradise island in the Southern Gulf of Thailand, Koh Phangan serves as the perfect getaway retreat; relaxing on quiet deserted beaches, snorkeling and learning to dive at the distinctive island of Koh Ma - a protected National Marine Park; trekking in the footsteps of Thai Royalty at Than Sadet National Park steeped in history and culture.

It is Thailand fifth biggest island and has several small mountains where its possible to trek and even camp. There is abundance of wildlife from monkeys to birds n amazing underwater world that surrounds Koh Phangan. ««  Read More  »»

Koh Phangan has been officially designated as a zone for eco tourism, so if you are planning to visit make sure that you join plenty of activities such as trek up the highest mountain or beach hopping along the east coast, scuba diving & snorkeling, paintball warfare, boat trips, fishing, kayaking, jungle safari etc. ««  Read More  »»

Koh Phangan is most easily accessed via Koh Samui Airport though it is slightly cheaper to fly to the regional transport hub of Suratthani. Koh Phangan is located in Jangwat in Southern Gulf of Thailand and is part of the group of islands that make up the Samui Archipelago: a group of over 40 islands in granite igneous Formations. ««  Read More  »»