For a at a quite beach, please have a look at HaadThian on the west side a quite small secluded beach, only 1 resort.
It is amazing how can quitness as well as partymadness can blend so perfect on Koh Phangan. On one side, you can participate in the crowded parties drawing visitors with all different kinds of music, fire works and partydecoration.
In case you are searching for the best place to stay at Koh Phangan, I would like to offer you the Phrueksa Resort, close to Thongsala, the port city on Koh Phangan. At this location guests will enjoy an unproblematic access to bars, ATM machines and internet cafes.
Seeking adventure in the close by Ang Thong archipelago consisting of 40 different sized islands dowered with pristine beaches, underwater caves and the quiet Tha Laem Nai a salt water blue laguna lake featured in The Beachby Alex Garland. It seems that whatsoever it is you are searching for, there is something for everyone.
Here are many very options for accommodation and cozy guesthouses on nearly all of the islands bays and you can book them on this website.
If you like to stay near bungalow resorts, like for example Salad Buri getting frequently running out of available rooms for the week of the Full Moon Party. Probably a good advice is to reserve a Phanganhas some of the best beachesanywhere in Thailand.
Koh Phangan is a palm fringed tropical paradise, protected by gentle sloping coral reefs and green clad mountain range behind the beaches.
Two of the most popular of the bays, Had Rinand Chaloklummost of the time are filled up with sun worshipers but there's also less visited, more hidden beachesand bays. Koh Panghan's monthly FullMoon Partyis the world's best known beachparty, with international DJ's from all over the world lining up to get the honor of playing.
Lying only 18 km from the northern side of Koh Samuiin the Gulf of Thailandis the island of Koh Phangan. Being generally much more quieter and relaxed than its neighbor, only with the exception of the FullMoon partywhere a estimated number of 5 - 10,000 visitors come on the island for the infamous full moon in Haad Rin Nok.