The staff at Haad Tien Beach Resort is very hospitable and helpful, they have a good command of the English language and are determined to make your stay an unforgettable one.

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Koh Phangan who got to explore and crowds who reached Ko The first settlers lives consisted of picking coconuts, growing fruit & vegetables and providing for themselves by fishing. Kohtao is an island had no one living on it, visited only by fisherman from near by islands when seeking shelter during storms or when in need of fresh water and supplies.

Koh Toa was available when the beach for a private facilities The name Koh Tao means Turtle Island; some say that the name is due to the islands shape which is meant to look like an inverted down turtle whilst others claim its from the days when the sea around Ko Taowas rich with turtles and Koh Tao was their breeding site. On June the 18th 1899, the then king of ThailandKing Chulalongkorn (Rama V 1868-1910) visited KoTao and left his monogram as evidence on a huge boulder at Jor Por Ror Bay next to Sairee Beach. Kohtao offers a lot of popular activitiesone being snorkeling at most of Ko Taobays. The early 80's brought to Ko Tao some of the first travellers from Kohphangan who were looking for something different away from the crowds and masses who were going mad for the full moon parties on Ko Phangan.

Koh Phangan. Every now and again progress can be a wonderful thing, fortunately KohTao has maintained its chilled atmosphere, ]it is,it's] still nigh on impossible to find a crowded beach. Kho Taois situated in a natural paradisewith many swaying palms and green turquoise waters. A enormous range of marinelife and some beautiful coral reefs offer divers all they need. Other day time activitiesnow include kayaking and Boat tours. Now a days, you can get everything from cheap simple bamboo huts with thatched roofs to elegant high class villas with their own private swimming pool. In the late 1990's Koh Tao's very first, and until recently, only road was built, the road runs North to South from the far side of Sairee to the southern settlement of Chalok Baan Kao. A new road is being developed towards Tanote Bay, and when finised it will open up the far side of Koh Tao for greater development, it is accessable with care at the moment by 4x4.