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Getting to Phangan

Koh Phangan is about 3 ½ hours from Surat Thani Province. and 30 minutes from Koh Samui Island by boat. The easiest way from Bangkok to Koh Phangan is to buy joint tickets from Songserm Travel Center who operates joint ticket (Ferry and Express boats, bus, train, air) to Koh Phangan.


Longitude: 9.7968 Latitude: 99.9874




By Air Plane 


Book an hour flight from Bangkok Airways or Thai Airlines to Koh Samui and buy boat and bus ticket from the airport limousine counter to get to Koh Phangan.


Another convenient way


Book the flight at Airasia.com or Thai Airways which operate a one hour and ten minutes flight from Bangkok to Surat Thani province daily, buy a boat and bus ticket direct to Koh Phangan from the information counter in Surat Thani airport.


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A longer and cheaper trip


By bus 


Buy joint ticket (boat & bus) from any travel agent in Bangkok (especially on Kao San Road) direct to Koh Phangan. The bus leaves from bangkok at 1800pm. For the government bus they are service with 24 seats V.I.P (bus leaves at 19.50pm.) and 32 Seats (bus leaves at 19.30pm.) Normal Coach They are leaves one time in the evening should be standby there first because station a bit far from the city located at the way to South (Borommaratchachonnani Rd.,)  and you will be arrival on koh phangan about 1100am in the next day.


By train 


Buy joint ticket (train & bus & boat) from Bangkok train station direct to Koh Phangan. Train leaves 2-3 times in the evening and you will be on Koh Phangan the next day.


Please note that Travel on Peak Season (December-April) needs flight booking at least one months in advance.

Area Attractions
 Mae Haad
 Time: 15 Minutes by walk, 5 Minutes by motorbike
 Distance: 1 KM
 Had Mae Had has recently gone through a lot of changes, it has greatly improved road connections and there is a village building up behind it. There are quite a few resorts, but as the beach is fairly long, there’s still enough room for solitude. It has sunset views over Koh Ma and the waters and coral reef that surround it are designated as a National Marine Park as they are so rich in sea life, with turtles and reef sharks (harmless) easily spotted. The beach can be a bit rough in places, but is beautiful all the same, and has a sand bar that you can walk across to reach Koh Ma.
 Koh Ma
 Time: 15 Minutes By foot , 5 Minutes by motorbike
 Distance: 1 KM
 Koh Ma is a small island connected to Koh Phangan by a sandbar on Had Mae Had beach. Easily accessible, Koh Ma has only a few bungalows. Many people refer to this island as "Paradise" and find it extremely hard to leave. Koh Ma is surrounded by an amazingly colourful, living reef. It's an ideal location for snorkeling or learning how to dive
 Chaloklum Bay
 Time: 15 Minutes by motorbike, 30 Minutes by walk
 Distance: 5 KM
 Local fish market, Fishing Village. You can buy Dry fish product, fresh Seafood from here.
 Haad Khom
 Time: 20 Minutes by motorbike
 Distance: 10 KM
 Had Khom is a pretty little beach on the west side of Chaloklum Bay, known for it’s laid back vibes and is popular with long-termers looking to get away from the hoardes. The dirt road from Chaloklum is badly rutted in places and is hard to tackle on a moped unless you are an experienced rider, better on a dirtbike or a 4WD vehicle, or you can take a boat taxi from Chaloklum. Had Khom is a popular spot for snorkelling due to the extensive living coral reef that protects the bay from the incoming seas coupled with the fact that it is the last beach that has coral before the conditions change further round the coast and become unfavourable for such sea life. Local dive schools from Chaloklum and snorkelling boat trips often use the area due to its proximity, outstanding beauty and great variety of different corals. Due to the presence of the reef, swimming is still effected by the tides here, and in the lower tidal season, (March to November) you will have to wait until the daily high tide arrives if you want to swim out and over the reef to see the brilliant Day-Glo underwater world that surrounds the South-Westerly and Northern coasts of the island. As the beach faces the North, it isn’t possible to see either sunset or sunrise.
 Had Thong Lang
 Time: 20 Minutes by motorbike
 Distance: 10 KM
 Had Thong Lang or "Golden Deserted Beach" is exactly that. At present there is still no permanent settlers there, although recently a couple of huts have gone up, but are rarely inhabited. If you’re lucky enough to meet the irregular residents, they are very friendly and welcome visitors. It has a shallow coral bay with a coral reef that creates a beautiful lagoon in high tidal seasons, over the reef there is good snorkeling, but be careful not to damage the corals if you are going to cross the reef at low tide. It’s a great beach for a day visit if you’re looking for a bit of true desert island isolation. It can be reached either by hiring a long tail boat from the nearby fishing village of Chaloklum, or by bike / taxi and a short walk. To access the beach on land, take the main (concrete) road from Mae Had to Chaloklum, about 300 meters up the road there is a left turn onto a dirt road with a small sign directing you to the beach. The dirt road is about 400 metes long and is fairly rough, especially during monsoon, but it can be negotiated on a moped if you’re used to one; stop at the top of the bay and walk down to the beach. Due to its Northerly location, neither sunset nor sunrise can be seen from this beach.


Phangan Utopia Resort is located in the north of Phangan Island between Mae Had Beach and Chaloklum Bay. It is situated on top of the hill at Had Thong Lang Bay with a fantastic sea view on the gulf of Thailand. Here you are welcome to enjoy the peacefulness and harmony of this favourable resort. ...

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