Baan Tai Koh Phangan

Baan Tai Koh Phangan is one of the most visited destinations around the island. With a wide number of attractions to discover, this sought after part of the island will not cease to amaze you. Easily accessible from the main port town of Thongsala. The main road from Thongsala runs parallel to Baan Tai Beach. Along this road are an extensive range of shops, motorbike rentals, bars and restaurants. Also easy to catch a shared taxi (Songthaew) on this road in either direction.

Quite a busy area, especially during the Full Moon Party, with many resorts lining the beach. Popular resort area with young travellers who like to party hard, as many of the large parties are just a short taxi ride away. Although this beach is also popular with families, drawn by affordable family friendly accommodation. 7-Elevens, supermarkets, clothe shops, electrical stores, internet cafes, travel agencies and motorbike hire shops. Providing travellers with the essentials they need for their stay.

Food & Drink

There’s a great variety of cafes and restaurants to choose from. Thai restaurants, BBQ joints, fast food outlets, Mexican and fish restaurants. Prices vary, with small Thai restaurants serving meals from 50 THB and the western style restaurants anything from 150 THB to 400 THB. While resorts do have their own restaurants, if you’re looking for bakeries, cafes, Thai and a choice of Western restaurants, head out to the main road. This is where the majority of the restaurants and bars can be found in Baan Tai.

Activities & Attractions

Soft white sandy beach stretches from Thongsala all the way to the rocky outcrop that marks the start of the Baan Kai. Much of Baan Tai Beach is very peaceful and fringed with coconut trees and tropical fauna. The water is warm all year round, clear and turquoise in colour. Waters here are rarely too rough for swimming and there’s plenty of marine life waiting to be discovered when snorkelling. A coral reef that’s quite a long way out from the beach. During low tides, the water is shallow until the reef, so not ideal for swimming. Furthermore, Water sport activities include kayaking, stand up paddle boarding and kite surfing. Finally, during the windy months, Baan Tai becomes a mecca for kite surfing on Koh Phangan.