There are concrete roads to HaadRin, but you have been warned that the roads are not in the best condition and unless consider yourself a confident motorbike rider then don't attempt to get to HadRin, as nearly all accidents involving motorbikes happen in this area. Our advice is to leave your scooter at the 7-11 at Ban Tai and pay approx 60 Baht for a taxi over the hills to HaadRin.
Some more popular places to stay, such like Power Beach Phangangetting many times fully booked during high season. Probably a valuable advice could be to book a place in a resortin advance.
The climate in the Kingdom of Thailandcan be exceedingly tropic, hot and humid. Often season changes are influenced by monsoons which make 3 different weather seasons in northern regions of Thailandand two contrastive seasons in south-central part of the Kingdom of Thailand. Monsoon in the southern areas happens around May to October has intensive downfall and the sky is cloud covered, whereas in the northeast monsoon approx Nov to Mar is dry and relatively cool.
As a tropical Koh Pha-ngan is sister island to the world wide known tourist destination of SamuiIsland which attracts in excess of 1.5 million tourists each year.
No question, Koh Panghan has some of the best beachesanywhere in Thailand.
Relaxing on calm uncrowded beaches, snorkeling or taking a course to learn to dive at the distinctive island named Ko Ma, a preserved National Park.
The island of Koh Pha-ngan was initially discovered by backpackers more than 22 years ago, Koh Phangan was before inhabited as long as 2000 years ago by sea gypsies driving with their boats from Malaysia. Koh Phangan was later settled by Chinese migrants many of them from Hainan .
Mai Pen Rai is not only commonly said on Koh Phangan, Maipenrai is also the name of a popular bungalow resortin Thansadet.
Once the fullmoon partyis over and another day starts in Had Rinyou will be flabbergasted to notice how much more the island has to show to visitors.