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Ko Muk

Guesthouses, hotels and resorts

Several new midrange resorts have opened their doors near the fishing villages on Ao Kham, but only the pricey Sivalai Resort has a beach that compares to Haad Farang on the other side of the island, where you'll still find a fair selection of backpacker-oriented accommodation.

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If you're not sure where you want to stay on Ko Muk, here's a primer to get you going.

  • Where to stay on Ko Muk?

    Where to stay on Ko Muk?

    Ao Kham or Haad Farang?

    Ko Muk is a two-sided island. Civilisation, beach and accommodation are found only on relatively small stretches of the east and west coasts, connected by a narrow lane. The best beaches on both ... Read more.

Haad Farang

West-facing "Foreigner Beach" is home to one large midrange resort and a smattering of cheap bungalow joints. Outside of peak season, ask for a discount and most likely you shall receive. Great sunsets are a perk of staying here.

Ao Kham

Home to the upscale Sivalai Resort, which fronts a gorgeous sand bar known as The Wing, the northeastern beach of Ao Kham also hosts a couple of good bungalow spots. Since our last visit, a pair of midrange resorts (Riviera and Pawapi) had been added on the lacklustre beach just south of Sivalai, though we found both to be overpriced and unkempt.

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