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Koh Panghan has a number of hippies who find to HaadRin On contrary, as this place has much more to show the interested visitor than only being a crazy never ending island has also a tranquil area, offering the private atmosphere of a secluded bungalow resort with great Accommodation is available at family like resort or beachfront hotel for very good room offers. There are concrete roads to HadRin, but we have warned you that the roads are not in the greatest state and unless consider yourself a competitant motorcycle driver then do not try to get to HadRin, as nearly all accidents involving scooters happen in this area. Our advice is to leave your motorcylce at the 7-11 at Baan Tai and pay about 60 Baht for a taxi over the hills to HadRin.

Koh Phangan. island weather. Phangan is one of the country's real tropical gems. Blessed with postcard like beachesand secluded bays, visitors from all over the world come again evry year in order to soak up the unforgettable feeling of the island.

Koh Samui. Surrounded by clear waters, Koh Panghan has naturally become in the recent a diversfavorite destination in Thailand. Ko Phangan is a relaxed oasis in the Gulf of Thailandwith the best beachesfound in South Thailand. Lodingin a first class resort or beachside hotel to very reasonable prices. You will find many interesting beacheson Koh Phangan. Had Rin Nok, Had Yao, Thansadetand Chaloklum are some of the really best visted ones. Like the neighbor island, Phangan is enjoying substantial year on year growth in visitor numbers and the island is known its own right for its monthly World famous FullMoon Party held on Haad Rin beach. Because of its vibrant party scene some media have dubbed Phangan the Ibiza of the east. Mai Pen Rai is not only commonly said here, Maipenrai is also the name of a popular bungalow resort on the northern side of Phangan.




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