We are location between Haad Rin where the Full Moon party take place once every month and Half Moon Festival in Ban Tai. South east beaches on Phangan island are facing Samui island and sunset. 20 kilometers from Samui this channel always have nice breeze and aqua blue water.
From Thongsala: Travel east toward Haad Rin about 7KM. On top of the first deep hill in Ban Kai on the way to Haad Rin bear right to enter the entrance. We are the 1st resort when you decended down the road way.
From Haad Rin: Travel 2 KM from Haad Rin. Ones you pass Silaloy on a big hill you will see another decending curve with a caution sign. We are 20 meters on the left hand side.
How to get to Koh Phangan
Direct transfers between Bangkok and Koh Phangan by bus and boat via Chumpon are available from Seatran Discovery and Lomprayah Catamaran. See www.seatrandiscovery.com and www.lomprayah.com for further details. Alternatively you should be able to buy a combined bus and ferry ticket at most travel agencies in Bangkok or at the bus station, either via Chumpon or Surat Thani / Donsak. All ferries from Chumpon or Surat Thani / Donsak arrive at Thong Sala on Koh Phangan.
Airplane From Bangkok (Most Convenient & Fastest)
There are around 15 flights a day from Bangkok to Samui, on either Bangkok Airways (www.bangkokair.com) or Thai Airways (www.thaiair.com). There is a desk at the airport that can arrange a transfer to the pier for the next boat to Koh Phangan. Boats go to either Thong Sala or Had Rin. Lomprayah high speed boat takes about 25 minutes to Thongsala pier. Haad Rin queen boat takes about 50 minutes to arrive in Haad Rin pier.
It is also possible to fly to Surat Thani with www.nokair.com, www.airasia.com. Nok Air has a package from Don Maung airport to Surat Thani airport then air-cond bus to Don Sak pier where you will be transfer to high speed Lompraya boat.
Bus From Bangkok
If you are looking for an economical way to travel take the VIP bus from Khao San Road or from the New Southern Bus Terminal at Boromrat Chonnani Road in Bangkok. The VIP buses are more comfortable than the regular “A/C” busses. Tickets are easily available in most travel agencies in Bangkok or at the bus terminal and go to Chumporn or Suratthani. Ferry fee is often included in the price but make sure to confirm it when you buy the bus ticket.
Train From Bangkok
Another way to travel is the night train from Hua Lamphong, the Bangkok Railway Station, to Suratthani. The sleeping cars are a more comfortable option for this eleven hour journey. It is a little bit more expensive than the bus but you will be well rested for the day ahead. Upper beds are less expensive than the lower ones and a private "first class" cabin for two people is also available. From Donsak pier near Surat Thani you can take a ferry ride to Koh Phangan.