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Thong Nai Pan Yai Beach

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Thong Nai Pan Yai Beach

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The most famous part of the island is, of course, the Full Moon Party, an event which has happened once a month for the last 30 years or so. Haad Rin Beach is where the Full Moon Party takes place and it attracts around 30,000 people each month!<br>Koh Phangan is most famous for its Full Moon Party which has led to there to being many other Parties and Events which take place a few days before, afterwards and then smaller ones throughout the whole month.
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Peekaboo wrote a review Apr 2020
478 contributions134 helpful votes
One of the nicest beaches we've seen on the island. Water clear and perfect for snorkeling. Highly recommend a day here, nice drive from the other side too
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Date of experience: February 2020
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leaving98220 wrote a review Mar 2020
Acme, Washington152 contributions16 helpful votes
We came upon this beach by just riding around the island on the scooter. It was a very nice beach. There were plenty of place to eat. The waves were low and water was very nice. It would be a good place for smaller children. On the day we were there it was pretty busy. If you are not eating at a restaurant or at a resort be prepare to pay to use a restroom, if spending the day there it will add up. It is worth the drive to get there.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Mandhiphi wrote a review Mar 2020
London, United Kingdom163 contributions20 helpful votes
One of the nicest beach on the island with beautiful turquoise water and nice stretch of white sand to sink your toes in. Some lovely hotels around here and a small town with restaurants, bars, shops and places to get massages.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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AngieEO wrote a review Feb 2020
England, United Kingdom1,519 contributions105 helpful votes
Great bay, soft sand, flat and shallow water great for kids. Calmer than Thong Nai Pan Noi. Lots of boat trips available. No big hotels, low key accommodation. We had a lovely day here.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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jobeam wrote a review Feb 2020
Cornwall UK34 contributions17 helpful votes
Totally honestly, when we first arrived here we were not impressed. It seemed a bit touristy. However, thank goodness we spent 5 weeks here, because we have come to love it, and having visited many of the old Phangan style beaches it rates very highly on our list. We spent a lot of time at Pan Noi, but grew to love Pan Yai for its swimming and its delightful temple.For eating, we would recommend Pan Noi at the moment. The Food Hall (Boonmee) at Ban Pan Noi was excellent with each dish cooked to your order from fresh ingredients in the 60-200 baht range per dish, and western food was available, my vegetarian husband was very well catered for too, and the Thai menus were off the scale delicious. We ended up eating every night at The Tasty Corner food stall, as her cooking is reliably fabulous, and delivered with charm, but everyone is punching way over their weight at this clean and delicious community eatery. If you want a serene splash out, visit Sand in My Shoes, tasteful decor and peaceful ambient beachside restaurant you'll feel that you have discovered a secluded paradise. Its run by a lovely lady (Ja). The staff are unobtrusive and professional Do not miss the awesome Wat (Temple) close to Pan Yai school. with hand painted murals and the friendliest welcome from the resident monk. One of the monks here is an engineer from Bangkok, and if you are lucky, you'll get a tour of the compound, and see the extraordinary and huge stupa, being constructed from beer bottles.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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