Bungalow Resorts and Hotels on Koh PhanganHacienda Beach Club Resort Jungle House Resort Santhiya Resort and Spa Baan Manali Resort Seetanu Bungalows Rung Arun Resort Haad Rin Resort Phatchara Guesthouse OK Bungalow Cookies Bungalow Pens Bungalow Baan Haad Yao Villa Tranquil Resort Mai Pen Rai Bungalow Baan Busaba Power Beach Bungalow Sea Scene Resort Phangan Lodge J.S Hut Phangan Beach Resort Dragon Hut North Beach Resort Salad Buri Resort and Spa Coconut Beach Bungalow Malibu Beach Bungalows Phangan Azure
Accommodation on Koh Phangan
If you need some help arranging some activities during your vacation Baan Busaba can help you, the staff is well trained and has a good idea of what is going on on the island and the surroundings.
A place to sleep is easy to find everywhere on Phangan at nice resorts and beachfront hotel at fair room offers. On contrary, as this island has so much more to show the interested visitor than a famous partyisland, you can find a less noisy area, having the privacy of a bungalow resortwith great beachscenery, cooking courses and many other things to do. In case you are looking for the best place to stay on the island, I can suggest you B52 Beach ResortPhangan, not distant to Thongsala, the main hub of Koh Phangan. At this location guests enjoy an easy access to bars, banks, money exchange or places to shop.
You can book for a wide range of Guesthouses and Koh Phangan for every kind of budget, availible to book online provided by PhanganIsland.com. The Phanganwas some time later settled by Chinese most of them coming from the chinese province Hainan fleeing their country. There are loads of ways to see the island, you can take a taxi for a small amount of money,or you are experienced enough you can rent a bike or jeep and do it in your own time frame.
Surrounded by clear waters, Kohpangan changed in the last years to a scuba divers top destination in Thailand. For a at a quite beach, check out island of Ko Ma. Reposeful laying on calm uncrowded beaches, snorkeling and learning to dive at the characteristic island named Ko Ma, a sheltered National MarinePark.