Photo: Sai Daeng outlook.

Eat and meet

Ko Tao

Mae Haad

Ko Tao’s main ferry hub boasts the island’s second largest selection of food and drink, after Sairee. Thai food that hasn’t been watered down for Western tastes is hard to come by, but you’ll find no shortage of international food along with a fistful of pubs.... Read our full review of Mae Haad.

Sairee Beach

While much of Sairee Beach is lined with beach bars, cafes and restaurants, the bulk of the scene is towards the centre of the beach, where the beachside pathway takes a hard right just behind Silver Sand Resort. From here it runs back off the beach till it hits the main road forming a four way intersection which is the heart of Sairee... Read our full review of Sairee Beach.

Chalok Ban Kao

Ko Tao’s third longest beach offers several relaxing sea-view restaurants along with a solid clutch of local-style options on the inland road through Chalok Ban Kao... Read our full review of Chalok Ban Kao.

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Where to next?

Where are you planning on heading to after Ko Tao? Here are some spots commonly visited from here, or click here to see a full destination list for Thailand.

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