Than Sadet Beach Koh Phangan
Than Sadet Beach Koh Phangan is enclosed by tall coconut palms, giant boulders and dense jungle, all tucked away in a quiet and remote location. This small beach has course grain sand that turns in to soft sand nearer the ocean. As soon as you step foot on Than Sadet Beach Koh Phangan, you’ll notice the static giant rocks tumbling into the turquoise waters; the perfect backdrop for any holiday photos! Than Sadet Beach is arguably one of the most beautiful beaches on the island and well worth the trip to discover its secluded location. You can totally switch off from the world here, with only the birds to interrupt your thoughts.
Swimming is excellent at Than Sadet Beach all year round, although it can get a little wavy in monsoon season (September to December). High tides are from September to March. Like all the other beaches on the east coast of Koh Phangan, there are no coral reefs here so Than Sadet Beach is not ideal for snorkelling.
is ideal around this beach and rentals are available on the beach. Kayaking
Along this beach you will only find 2 small beach bars and a couple of restaurants.
A highly recommended attraction here is
. Just follow the river up from the south end of the beach and will come across the various cascading falls. You can also gain access from the road down to the beach. Than Sadet Waterfall
Than Sadet Beach Koh Phangan is a great beach to be based at for singles, couples and families who wish to be well away from the party crowds. It’s not really developed at all, very secluded and is ideal for nature lovers. It’s also a good beach to visit for the day if staying elsewhere on Koh Phangan.
Than Sadet Beach has just one resort and is the oldest on Koh Phangan.
are a paradise getaway. Mai Pen Rai Bungalows
On Koh Phangan there are no lifeguards or flag systems in use so you need to be extra careful when visiting any of the beaches or swimming in the ocean. It’s always a good idea to check the latest weather forecast before visiting the beach. For information about being safe at the beach, visit our
. Beach Safety Guide
The road to Than Sadet Beach is now all concrete so access is easy by motorbike, although the hills are quite steep. Alternatively, hop on a
from a neighbouring beach and enjoy seeing the island’s rugged coastline from a different angle – truly stunning and stress free. long tail boat