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Palio (Haad Rin) Hostel

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9.1km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Wonderful Location
Free WiFi

Reservations during the Full Moon Party & Christmas and New year eve
If you book for 2 days or more, you will receive free body paintand liquor Bucket.

Located in the heart of Haad Rin vill... More...

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Amaresa Resort & Sky Bar

Bed and Breakfast
10.2km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 7
Free WiFi

Find yourself relaxing at Amaresa Resort & Sky Bar, gazing at the sea and listening to the sound of the ocean waves breaking against the coastline consisting of rocks and cliffs.... More...

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Angkana Resort

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1.5km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 1
Free WiFi

Guests can enjoy local dishes served at the on-site restaurant in Angkana Resort.... More...

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La Casa Tropicana

Bed and Breakfast
3km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 73
Free WiFi

La Casa Tropicana has convenient location for all the parties lovers.... More...

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The Wanderlust Hostel

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1.7km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness

THE WANDERLUST HOSTEL IS FORMERLY KNOWN AS PHANGANIST HOSTEL AND ITS LOCATED AT THE
SAME PLACE WHERE PHANGANIST HOSTEL WAS LOCATED

The vision for WANDERLUST illuminates the concept of entering the... More...

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Phangan Lodge Guesthouse

Bed and Breakfast
4.8km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 64

Phangan Lodge is a lovely budget hotel on the beach of Bantai. The resort have high standards on low prices.... More...

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Eclipse Hostel and Bar

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9.3km from city centre - Show on Map
7.1
Very good 243
  • Perfect Location
  • Marvellous Staff
Free WiFi

Eclipse Hostel & Bar is open since December 2016. It has a great location - only 1 minute walk from Haad Rin Beach where the famous Full Moon party takes place.... More...

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With a landscape that ranges from verdant jungle to white-sand beaches, Koh Phangan caters to nature lovers just as much as dawn-till-dusk ravers. The island is known for its world-famous Full Moon Party, the beach party that draws tens of thousands of travellers every month for its fire-throwing dancers, UV paint and night-long music. Complete with turquoise-blue Andaman Sea views, Koh Phangan's a classic bucket-list destination on Southeast Asia's backpacking circuit. 

You'll find hostels in Koh Phangan where you can hop straight from bed to the poolside. Travellers can also choose from rustic huts nestled in the jungle or hostels with social communal areas right on Haad Rin Beach, home to the Full Moon Party. After a run of late nights, Koh Phangan hostels with post-party pick-me-ups like free breakfasts and coffee make those lazy mornings all the more indulgent.

The southeastern peninsula, Haad Rin, tends to be the liveliest area on the island. Travellers looking for a more local vibe might want to head towards areas like Ban Tai (outside of the twice-monthly Half Moon Festival that's held here), which is well-placed for exploring with a bike or scooter. You'll find a 5km-long stretch of beach, with plenty of accommodation options nearby. It's a short drive to the Thong Sala night market, where you can pick up tasty Thai street food such as mango sticky rice. Srithanu has more of a spiritual atmosphere, with a growing number of veggie cafés and yoga retreats.

If you haven't timed a visit for Full Moon or the other regular events (like the Waterfall Party, Jungle Experience and Loi Lay Floating Bar & Lounge Party), there's still plenty to keep you occupied on Koh Phangan. Rent a scooter to make your way to the waterfalls dotted across the island or to Mu Ko Ang Thong National Park – you can swap your ride for a kayak to navigate its caves. For some underwater exploration, Sail Rock is a hub for diving. You can also hike up Khao Ra for epic views.

The closest place to fly into is Koh Samui, a neighbouring island, and arrivals from here tend to come by speedboat to Haad Rin Beach. You can also book bus and boat package deals from all over Thailand, including from Surat Thani Airport. These usually land travellers at Koh Phangan's main pier, Thong Sala. Baht buses (a form of shared taxi) loop around the island at set prices and are cheaper than private cabs. 

We have 37 hostels in Koh Phangan with an average rating of 8.2 based on 883 reviews 37 of 37 properties available in Koh Phangan

About Koh Phangan

With a landscape that ranges from verdant jungle to white-sand beaches, Koh Phangan caters to nature lovers just as much as dawn-till-dusk ravers. The island is known for its world-famous Full Moon Party, the beach party that draws tens of thousands of travellers every month for its fire-throwing dancers, UV paint and night-long music. Complete with turquoise-blue Andaman Sea views, Koh Phangan's a classic bucket-list destination on Southeast Asia's backpacking circuit. 

You'll find hostels in Koh Phangan where you can hop straight from bed to the poolside. Travellers can also choose from rustic huts nestled in the jungle or hostels with social communal areas right on Haad Rin Beach, home to the Full Moon Party. After a run of late nights, Koh Phangan hostels with post-party pick-me-ups like free breakfasts and coffee make those lazy mornings all the more indulgent.

The southeastern peninsula, Haad Rin, tends to be the liveliest area on the island. Travellers looking for a more local vibe might want to head towards areas like Ban Tai (outside of the twice-monthly Half Moon Festival that's held here), which is well-placed for exploring with a bike or scooter. You'll find a 5km-long stretch of beach, with plenty of accommodation options nearby. It's a short drive to the Thong Sala night market, where you can pick up tasty Thai street food such as mango sticky rice. Srithanu has more of a spiritual atmosphere, with a growing number of veggie cafés and yoga retreats.

If you haven't timed a visit for Full Moon or the other regular events (like the Waterfall Party, Jungle Experience and Loi Lay Floating Bar & Lounge Party), there's still plenty to keep you occupied on Koh Phangan. Rent a scooter to make your way to the waterfalls dotted across the island or to Mu Ko Ang Thong National Park – you can swap your ride for a kayak to navigate its caves. For some underwater exploration, Sail Rock is a hub for diving. You can also hike up Khao Ra for epic views.

The closest place to fly into is Koh Samui, a neighbouring island, and arrivals from here tend to come by speedboat to Haad Rin Beach. You can also book bus and boat package deals from all over Thailand, including from Surat Thani Airport. These usually land travellers at Koh Phangan's main pier, Thong Sala. Baht buses (a form of shared taxi) loop around the island at set prices and are cheaper than private cabs.