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Marisquería
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“One real seafood restaurant for all seafood lovers in Ban Tai area right on the beach. ”
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Parque
“and it leads to the beach which has nice restaurant next to where the river comes out”
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Otro tipo de vida nocturna
“Jungle experience party festival is one of the famous party in Koh Phangan around full moon high season”
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Place to eat
“Giant Waterslide that launches you in the air. The have day parties all around Full Moon time! We can arrange taxi and tickets from our lobby!”
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Store
“Best food market in Koh Phangan where you can find all fruits and vegetables as well as many other needs. ”
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Restaurante
“great town to wonder around, every saturday they have a walking street , a good place to try all the local foods at a very cheap rate .”
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Restaurante
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“If you fancy a change from Thai food one evening Crave does great burgers and cocktails and you can pick up takeaways from here to eat in the villa. Tel (+66) 89 211 6923.”
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Restaurante de pollo frito
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Beach
“Awesome BEAUTIFUL beach bar, great for sunsets, happy hour cocktails - truly lovely place”
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Restaurante francés
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“One of the best french restaurant.On friday they also have a spectacle.A Must!”
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Lodging
“Haad Son : The ‘Secret beach’ is worth a visit. If you walk along to the Spit there is a good restaurant at Koh Raham resort where you can sit in hammocks or on benches overlooking the sea. You can also feed the fish from here and this is a great snorkelling spot. (Favorite) ”
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Estudio de yoga
“ Big C, Tesco and Macro are good places to pick up supplies. Also, the more upmarket Limpipong next door to Homemart. There is a pedestrian street market every Saturday evening from 4-10pm. where there are street food stalls and stalls selling locally crafted products and souvenirs.”
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Natural Feature
“Nice sandy beach with shady trees to lie under. Here you can hire deck chairs and mats for only 30baht day. Walk out on the spit to the right where there is a bit of coral offshore and good snorkeling”
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Restaurante
“This restaurant is easily walkable from Villa and offers the best steak on the island, all sourced straight from New Zealand. The cocktails are great, too!”
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Travel Agency
“Ang Thong Marine National Park, established in 1980, covers an area of more than 80% of the entire archipelago. Its national park status ensures that development remains minimal. Only a few licensed tour operators have access to Ang Thong Park. Ang Thong gained widespread renown when it appeared in the novel ‘The Beach’ by Alex Garland. It's the destination where backpackers in search of a secret island utopia set up camp. The subsequent movie starring Leonardo Di Caprio was actually filmed on Koh Phi Phi Leh, but by then Ang Thong was already on the bucket-list of many travellers. Only one of its islands, Koh Paluay, is inhabited. It's home to a sea-gypsy community that largely maintains its traditional fishing lifestyle. Ang Thong has some of the most unusual and spectacular scenery in all of Thailand. Its steep limestone cliffs, some rising as high as 400 metres, have been formed into wondrous shapes by centuries of erosion. This ‘Golden Basin’, as ‘Ang Thong’ translates into, features four distinct types of forest, all teeming with wildlife. Some of the creatures that live here are langurs (long-tailed monkeys), little herons, hair-nosed otters, pacific reef egrets, white-bellied sea eagles, sea turtles, iguanas and pythons. In the surrounding sea many colourful fish can be seen, offering some decent snorkelling and diving sights. With 42 islands to discover, a complete tour of Ang Thong would take weeks. Only a few islands are visited during day trips from Samui. Those include the aforementioned Koh Wua Ta Lap. Additionally, most visitors with limited amount of time find their way to Koh Mae (Mother Island). This island has a stunning beach and an inland saltwater lagoon called Emerald Lake (Thale Nai). A popular climb up pathways and a wooden staircase takes you to the peak of a nearby mountain where you get the full view of this glittering sea-green body of water. Koh Sam Sao (Tripod Island) features a coral reef, a large and dramatic rock arch and some great hiking grounds. As a national park, only government-approved tour boats may enter Ang Thong. These day trips may be booked on Koh Samui, Koh Phangan or Koh Tao. Sailing liveaboard cruise trips and speedboat charters may also be organised. Most tours stop at a few different locations. They combine a day of hiking, sightseeing, kayaking and lounging on the beaches. Some of the hikes require a good level of fitness, so be sure to check with your guide about the degree of difficulty before setting off! Ang Thong is 28 kilometres from Samui and 32 kilometres from Pha Ngan. The national park entry fee (sometimes included in the tour cost) is 200 baht for foreign adults, 100 baht for foreign children, and 40 baht for Thai nationals. The best time to visit Ang Thong Marine National Park is March to October when the seas are calmer. The park is sometimes closed due to inclement weather in the months of November through January.”
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Natural Feature
“Thaan Sadet waterfall was frist visited by Thai Royalty in 1888 when King Rama V left an inscription on a rock that remains today; he revisited the same spot more than 10 times. The present King Bhumibol has also been to this sacred series of falls, where the river waters are used in certain Royal Ceremonies that obtain water from only a few sources around Thailand. It is a fairytale of huge granite boulders and multitudes of fresh water pools and can be walked its full length of 3kms. The falls are more like huge stepping stones and can be approached from numerous places; either from the magnificent beach of Haad Thaan Sadet or on the road into Thaan Sadet”
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