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Koh Phangan

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A place to get away from it all

Situated just 9 miles off Koh Samui, the island of Koh Phangan is synonymous with its famed Full Moon Parties, which take place on Had Rin Beach on full moon night, but there’s so much more to this island. Away from Had Rin Beach, this is a tranquil place, where you can rest under a shady coconut palm on a white sand beach and drink in the beauty that surrounds you.

Why visit Koh Phangan?

  • Picture-postcard beaches
  • Hiking and walking trails
  • Excellent snorkelling and diving
  • Golden sunsets
  • Ideal for couples and families alike
Browse hotels in Koh Phangan

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Phangan Bayshore - View of resort from sea

Phangan Bayshore

From £22 pp
Bronze

Perfectly placed and in the heart of the action.

Santhiya Koh Phangan - Beach and Pool

Santhiya Resort & Spa

From £43 pp
Gold

An eco-chic hideaway with natural beauty.

Panviman Koh Phangan - Pool Deck Bar

Panviman Resort Koh Phangan

From £57 pp
Silver Plus

Panviman Resort enjoys a stunning hillside location overlooking the beautiful sweeping expanse of Thong Nai Pan Noi beach. Perfect for honeymooners, couples and young families.

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The facts:

Getting there: There are no direct flights from the UK to Koh Phangan. Fly to Bangkok and onwards to Koh Samui. Transfer by road from Koh Samui airport to the pier (10 minutes), followed by a boat transfer, which is operated by the resort and takes approximately 30 minutes. However, if the weather is inclement (Nov-Dec) it may be necessary to take a 30 minute public ferry then a 45 minute transfer on uneven road.

Best time to travel: December to February is Koh Phangan’s cool season, however temperatures are still up to 30ºC, with brief showers in December. March to June is the hot season where there is little or no rain and temperatures in the mid 30’s. July to September is pre-monsoon so expect hot temperatures and occasional rain. October to November/December is the rainy season, however even then it doesn’t tend to rain all day.

Koh Phangan climate:

Koh Phangan, Thailand Climate Chart