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Ko Ngai

All but one of the resorts on Ko Ngai are on one beach, on the island's east coast. The other place is located on the island's south coast -- a somewhat rugged trail connects it to the others. Most of the island is geared toward midrange travellers, with the newer resorts growing increasingly upmarket, yet there are still a few choices left for those looking to spend under 1,000 baht per night.

  • Coco Cottage

    Coco Cottage

    Subdued elegance

    Ko Ngai
    T: (089) 724 9225; F: (087) 898 6522

    For style points, Coco Cottage is Ko Ngai's winner. Unlike so many Thai resorts, the upscale bungalows -- or cottages rather -- are neither gaudy or overdone. They sit a short distance back from the ... Read the full review of Coco Cottage.

    4.5 stars 1,500B to 4,000B 1 vote Midrange
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    Thapwarin Resort

    Stylish

    Ko Ngai
    T: (081) 894 3583;

    The Thapwarin entices visitors with a little more style than most places on Ko Ngai. Thatched bungalows have classy wooden interiors with big beds and large decks. Rooms are decorated to a very high ... Read the full review of Thapwarin Resort.

    4 stars 1,500B to 4,000B 1 vote Midrange
  • Thanya Beach Resort

    Thanya Beach Resort

    Quiet location, elegant atmosphere

    Ko Ngai
    T: (075) 206 967; F: (086) 950 7355

    The Thanya is nestled between lush hills covered in hiking trails and the south end of Ko Ngai's main beach, and it's one of the island's quieter settings. It's a luxury resort, and the only one on ... Read the full review of Thanya Beach Resort.

    3.5 stars 1,500B to 4,000B 1 vote Midrange
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    Koh Ngai Camping Resort

    Ko Ngai's only true backpacker scene

    Ko Ngai
    T: (081) 894 8454; F: (084) 308 1484

    Tucked between the imposing Mayalay and Fantasy midrange resorts, Koh Ngai Camping Resort is the black sheep of the island's typically upscale resort family, so if you're a backpacker looking for a ... Read the full review of Koh Ngai Camping Resort.

    3.5 stars Under 600B 1 vote Backpacker
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    Paradise beach resort

    Isolated and not too expensive

    Ko Ngai
    T: (075) 203 024;

    Located on a very beautiful and secluded beach on the island's south coast, Paradise Beach Resort has a palm tree garden with hiking trails over the lush hills nearby. There is a lot of space around ... Read the full review of Paradise beach resort.

    3.5 stars Under 600B 2 votes Backpacker
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    Koh Ngai Resort

    Generic Resort

    Ko Ngai
    T: (075) 206 951; F: (075) 206 955

    Koh Ngai Resort has a secluded location in a small cove to the south of the main beach, yet they fail to make the most of it. The small space between beach and hillside is so packed with bungalows, ... Read the full review of Koh Ngai Resort.

    3 stars 1,500B to 4,000B 1 vote Midrange
  • Koh Ngai Villa

    Koh Ngai Villa

    Cheap and on the beach

    Ko Ngai
    T: (075) 203 263;

    With most of the island going upmarket, centrally located Koh Ngai Villa is one of the only options left on the main beach for under 1,000 baht. The vibe is a bit dry and uninviting, especially in ... Read the full review of Koh Ngai Villa.

    3 stars 600B to 1,500B 3 votes Flashpacker
  • Koh Hai Sea Food

    Koh Hai Sea Food

    Basic but functional

    Ko Ngai
    T: (081) 367 8497;

    Along with Koh Ngai Villa, Koh Hai Sea Food occupies the island's budget bungalow market, and though it's very basic, it does get the job done. Wood bungalows are simple with cold concrete floors, ... Read the full review of Koh Hai Sea Food.

    2.5 stars 600B to 1,500B 1 vote Flashpacker
  • Koh Ngai Mayalay Resort

    Koh Ngai Mayalay Resort

    Midrange resort at luxury prices

    Ko Ngai
    T: (083) 590 7523; F: (086) 475 0057

    Mayalay is the sister resort of Thapwarin, and we were told by a staff member that Mayalay is more for the backpacker market while Thapwarin is for upscale customers. By the looks of each place, this ... Read the full review of Koh Ngai Mayalay Resort.

    2.5 stars 1,500B to 4,000B 1 vote Midrange


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