Ko Tao is so big, we’ve split it up into areas, select one of the below for detailed accommodation and food listings in that area. Sights and general overviews for Ko Tao as a whole can be found via the icons above. Don’t know where to start? Read an overview of Ko Tao’s different areas.
Two classy resorts sit on either end of Mango Bay's pristine waters. Travellers can enjoy snorkelling and swimming as well as scuba diving in an isolated location.
Ao Muong Resort on the east side of Mango Bay offers romantic high-end accommodation in a serene setting. Ao Muong's large, bright bungalows and cheaper but still lovely seaview rooms in a block offer all the comforts of home: satellite TV, fridge, air-con and hot shower, and are very tastefully decorated and well-kept. Bungalows are privately spaced along a beautiful shaded hillside, and most... Read our full review of Ao Muong Resort.
Mango Bay Grand sits along a green hillside overlooking the turquoise waters of Mango Bay. A long stone path winds from the water up the hill where well-spaced bungalows are placed so that guests enjoy privacy. The resort is isolated at the north end of the island, although its location near a popular dive spot means guests must put up with frequent boat noise. The bungalows are very large, very... Read our full review of Mango Bay Grand Resort.