If you need some help arranging some excursions while on the Island Haad Yao Villa will assist you, the staff is very helpful and has a good knowledge of the island and of the immediate surroundings.
But, as Koh Phangan has so much more to show the interested visitor than just being a crazy all night Koh Phangan lovers? Actually, there is lot of reasons to visit Phangan. Even though it is quite small in geographical terms many types of visitors can discover their own niche on the island. In my opinion, you should definitely consider visiting Koh Phangan. Mai Pen Rai is not only a common saying on Koh Phangan, it is as well the name of a very nice bungalow resorton the northern side of Phangan.
Situated around 12 miles north of full moon in Accommodation in a nice resortor beachside hotel to very reasonable prices. You will see several interesting beacheson Koh Phangan. Had RinNai, Had Kuat, Koh Maa and Thong Nai Pan are a few of the more interesting ones. For a at a quite beach, please have a look at HaadThian on the west side a small secluded beach, just one place to stay.
The south eastern part of Kohpangan is the main partyarea which includes HadRin and the fullmoon partybeach. Most of the area surrounding HadRin is mountains making most of the excellent fine white beachesunaccessable by road, the only way to get to them is by longtail boat from HadRin. Also a nice pick for accommodation could be Baan Manali, because it is perfect for various types of guests. This resortis perfect for newly-wed couples on honeymoon and families or larger groups . Although Koh Pha-ngan was at the beginning explored by backpacking hippies a mere 22 years ago, the island was before inhabited for more than 2000 years ago by sea gypsies traveling by boat from the Malayan Peninsula. Koh Phangan was then swarmed by Chinese many of them coming from Hainan fleeing the economic hardship in their country.