One of the advantages of staying on one of the many beaches that line Ko Pha Ngan's west coast is that if you have your own transport it is easy to pop over to another beach for breakfast, lunch or dinner. With that in mind we've combined some of the highlights into a page for the entire... Read our full review of Western Ko Pha Ngan.
The twin beaches of Thong Nai Pan Yai and Thong Nai Pan Noi offer the broadest range of eateries on Ko Pha Ngan's east coast, with everything from small Thai eateries to fancy pants resort restaurants. Like the accommodation, Thong Nai Pan Yai's options are more budget... Read our full review of Thong Nai Pan.
Located at the centre of Ko Pha Ngan’s south coast, Baan Tai is a charming village with several good places to eat and drink. You’ll also find a few worthwhile options on the beach in Baan Kai, a more sparsely developed area located east of Baan Tai and west of Haad Rin.... Read our full review of Baan Tai and Baan Kai.
One of the great things about Ko Pha Ngan, especially if you’re coming from Ko Tao, is the wide selection of local-style Thai food served at street carts and roadside shacks. The island’s capital town, Thong Sala, is probably the best place on the island to dig into real-deal Thai food while also enjoying a strong spread of Western food and bars.... Read our full review of Thong Sala.
Chaloklam doubles as one of Ko Pha Ngan's primary fishing ports so if there is one thing that is absolutely guaranteed, it is that they'll be plenty of seafood and it'll be good. But even if you're not keen on seafood, there is a good selection of decent and affordable eating in and around... Read our full review of Chaloklam.