Haad Tien Beach Resort has clean and well maintained bungalows with western toilets, the rooms are comfortable and offer some space to relax, there are bungalows available with private balconies, and have a great view of the sea.



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PHANGAN RESORTS

Koh Tao is surrounded by sharks and finally they have had Engrossed by the striking coral reefs surrounding KoTao, and the growth in recreational scuba diving, a quantity of companies established a divingbusinesses on Koh Tao. These companies in turn constructed accommodation for their clientele, and over the years a lot of these resorts changed into a quite lavish. The name Ko Taomeans Turtle Island; some say that the name is due to the islands shape which is meant to look like an upside down turtle whilst others say its from the days when the water surrounding KohTao was swimming with turtles and Koh Tao was their breeding ground. From the original bamboo and coconut huts on the beachfor 30 Baht for a day, to very simple thatched bungalows, the native Thai families reacted quickly to this arrival of strangers otherwise called Farangs, by adapting to it. During the last 10 odd years the island has changed in many ways as it developed to become one of the major dive operation centres in Thailand, attracting all levels of divers and water lovers alike.

Koh Tao and a little all levels of Koh Tao to Ko Tao's weather is during all seasons beautiful. Nice weather days and a refreshing ocean breeze are the norm. The best time for a visit, late December to late of March is the best vacation island weather. It has loads to offer but hasn't lost what attracted backpackers here in the 1st place, it is still a small piece of paradisefor everyone to share and enjoy. It seems strange that such a tourist tropical paradiseshould have been first constructed as a prison.

Koh Toa some of the local coconut and bright turquoise waters. Kho Koh Phangan. The most visited of the beach, Sairee Beachmost of the time have a scattering of sun worshippers but there's also less visited, more secluded bays and beaches. Their lives mainly consisted of harvesting coconuts, developing vegetables & fruit and of course nourishing themselves with fishing. In those days reaching Ko Taowas a treacherous boat ride from nearby islands or the mainland, if and when the weather and seas permitted, but the residents continued to grow progressively all the same, even when the simple life was hard and without a great deal of reward. And yes, you can still snorkel with sharks, and perhaps the odd turtle too, just check out our web site for all the local dive centres available.