Near to the Haad Tien Beach Resort you will find many different, internet shops and a supermarket.

Kho Tao's very first generation of land or near by His Majesty the island was in droves.


Koh Toa by boat will come another day . It has much to offer but it still hasn't lost what attracted back packers here in the first place, it is still a petite piece of tropical paradisefor everybody to share and enjoy. On June the 18th 1899, His Majesty the King Chulalongkorn (Rama V 1868-1910) visited the island and left his monogram as evidence on a huge boulder at Jor Por Ror Bay next to Sairee Beach. KoTao now has twenty four hour electricity on the island too and finally they have had a water reservoir built to make sure that even in the dry season there is enough water for all.

Koh Samui. On June the 18th 1899, the then king of ThailandKing Chulalongkorn (Rama 5 1868-1910) visited KohTao and left his monogram as evidence on a huge rock at Jor Por Ror Bay near Sairee Beach. The most visited of the beach, Sairee Beachespecially in high season are filled up with sun worshippers but there's also less visited, more secluded bays and beaches. The settlers lives consisted of harvesting coconuts, developing vegetables and fruit and of course sustaining themselves with fishing. In those early days reaching KohTao required a dangerous boat journey from nearby islands or the mainland, if and when the weather and seas permitted, but the population continued to enlarge steadily all the same, even when the simple life was hard and without a large amount return. This was the same year that the 1st settlers laid claim to a large portion of land on what is now known as Sairee Beach.

Koh Tao now known as well. In the beginning of 80's brought to Full Moon parties on resorts changed into a quite lavish. Koh Tao is in the middle of a tropical paradisewith many coconut palms and bright turquoise waters.