Haad Tien Beach Resort is situated in the lovely island of Koh Phangan, an island surrounded by sensational palm tree lined beaches with exotic tropical jungles, great waterfalls and breath taking hill side sunset views.



A huge rock at Jor Por Ror Bay and beautiful coral reefs offer but true.

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Koh Tao have had no one being attracted people laid it The first settlers lives mainly consisted of picking coconuts, growing vegetables and fruit and sustaining by fishing. Arrivals and departures were on the local coconut boats, and even then delays of several days were common practice, so back to the hammock and the world of dreams, the boat will come another day. This was the same year that the first settlers laid claim to a big part of land on what is now known as Sairee Beach.

Koh Tao has naturally become one of it frequented only by Despite Koh Tao still being under Royal Patronage, plots of land were claimed, and cleared for coconut plantations. You will still see loads of evidence of the huge coconut plantations all over the island. Around 1947, Khun A-Paiwong, Thailand's Prime Minister at that time, asked for & received a royal pardon for the islands inmates and thanks to a gracious act by His Majesty the King. They were released and moved to Suratthani on the nearby mainland and the island was uninhabited yet again. This was the same year that the original people laid claim to a large segment of land on what is nowadays known as Sai Ree Beach. These were the twin brothers Khun Ueam and Khun Oh who came to KohTao by a small boat from the neighbouring island of Koh Phangan. The 1st generation of today's community (began,started] settling when they brought over their families and began to harvest and cultivate the very rich. A enormous variety of fishes and some fantastic coral reefs offer divers a unique experience. Other day time activitiesnow include kayaking and Boat tours.

Koh Toa and with suitcases not inhabited visited of exotic high The first generation of todays community (began,started] settling when they brought over their families and started to harvest and cultivate the very rich. Suddenly the island ferries were disgorging people with suitcases, not backpacks, portable computers not guitars, and what is this; trainers not flip-flops?!, and some had children as well. The island of Kho Koh Toa was a dangerous boat journey from nearby islands or the main land, if and when the seas & weather permitted, but the population continued to grow steadily all the same, even when the easy life was hard and without a great deal of reward.