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Vacation rentals in Koh Phangan
On the Thai island of Koh Phangan you will spend a wonderful holiday in a tropical ambience in a luxurious holiday accommodation. Choose a modern furnished vacation rental like a villa or a bungalow directly on the coast to enjoy the sunrise at the sea every day thanks to your own beach access. For completely relaxed holidays in private round you decide for an apartment surrounded by palm trees with turquoise pool in the best location. A noble holiday apartment in the style of a beach cottage allows you to explore the unspoilt Thai nature with a beach section and a spacious terrace on your own.
Holiday in Koh Phangan
Location and orientation
Koh Phangan (also Koh Pha-ngan) lies as a Thai island in the Gulf of Thailand within the Pacific Ocean. With its settlement east of the Isthmus of Kra, Koh Phangan is located about 60 kilometres northeast of the Thai mainland. With approximately 125 square kilometres, the second largest island after the neighbouring Samui archipelago and the sister island Koh Samui, the interior of the island is largely characterised by mountain landscapes, jungle and natural vegetation. The capital, and thus the most important port of Koh Phangan, is Thong Sala, from where there are regular ferry connections to the mainland.
Things to know
In the town of Haad Rin at the southern tip of Koh Phangan, globetrotters celebrate the legendary "Full Moon Party" every month.
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Right at the beginning of your holiday trip, the paradisiacal sandy beach of Haad Yuan Beach invites you to an unforgettable holiday afternoon. Just a few metres from your holiday home, the white sand and turquoise blue waters of this dream beach on Koh Phangan's coast await you. Surrounded by rugged rock formations, a densely overgrown palm forest and mooring fishing boats, you will experience pure holiday idyll at Haad Yuan Beach. Stop for a snack in one of the adjacent restaurants and enjoy your delicious snack overlooking the wide sea.2nd hike through the national park
The National Park Than Sadet-Ko Pha-ngan is located in Thailand's southern province Surat Thani and is recommended for a hiking trip close to nature. Along the winding nature trails you will cross several mountainous forest areas, which will lead you to spectacular waterfalls, viewpoints and to the highest peak of the park, Mount Khao Ra with a height of about 727 metres. Outside the wooded part of Koh Phangan Island, the Than Sadet-Ko Pha-ngan National Park is an association of many small islands and archipelagos to explore.3. Bathing under the waterfall
The island landscape of Koh Phangan offers you a very special holiday highlight with a bathing experience under an idyllic waterfall. Not far from your holiday home, the ascent to the Phaeng Waterfall is a small climbing experience that takes you up many stairs to an elevation in the Ko Pha-ngan District. Once at the top, surrounded by a dense jungle, the lush vegetation of the island and some pristine rocky outcrops, you marvel at the unique cascade spectacle. Both bathing under the waterfall and splashing in the rushing torrent are expressly permitted here and therefore a popular destination for you as a Thailand holidaymaker.4th party trip to the village Haad Rin
In addition to the monthly full moon party, the village of Haad Rin, with its beautiful beaches and varied localities, is also worth a visit outside the festive season. Whether you want to relax on one of the two main beaches like the southern Sunset Beach or the northern Sunrise Beach or take part in one of the spectacular fire shows with their daring art actors - Haad Rin offers you a varied entertainment program. Dip in a sundowner at one of the many beach bars or spend the night in one of the island's hottest clubs before returning to your cosy apartment inland at sunrise.5th exciting trip to the Phantip night market
For a trip to the Phantip night market you do not necessarily have to get up early. The traditional market with its rich offer usually opens its doors at 12 noon. With its many food stalls and cookshops, you can immerse yourself in the Asian food culture during a stroll through the partly covered market area. Treat yourself to original Thai streetfood, test your personal taste limits while trying the fiery hot dishes and broaden your culinary horizon while enjoying typical Thai desserts.