Koh Phangan Kids

Kids on Koh Phangan Guide

In recent years Koh Phangan has become very family friendly. With more resorts and fully equipped hotels to choose from you can come and enjoy a wonderful family holiday with your children away from the craziness of Full Moon and backpacker culture.

Most accommodation has on site restaurants, swimming pools and are close to the beach so you can relax whilst your kids play and enjoy.

But there are also many activities to partake in around the island which are suitable for families with children…

Phangan is a beautiful island and what are island’s surrounded by? Beaches! Kids love the beach, they can build sandcastles, run around, explore small pools or chill out and play with friends.

The best kid friendly beaches would probably be Thong Nai Pan, Koh Ma, Sri Thanu and Ban Tai but do a bit of research depending on how old your children are and maybe it will be suitable to take them to a more exciting one.

You can educate them about the tropical nature on the island and for most children this might be the first time they’ve seen an elephant up close, how very exciting! Take them for a walk with an elephant and they’ll love you forever.

There are many companies offering boat trips around the island or you can ask at your resort and they will more than likely be able to arrange this for you and your family.

Sail around the island and enjoy its beauty from a different perspective whilst stopping off for some swimming or snorkelling with your family.

Koh Phangan has become a permanent home for many new families in recent years, some even choosing it over Samui. The island has many schooling options including Si Ri Panya Tutorial School which has been going from strength to strength since it opened.

You can read more about bring up your kids in paradise in our articles in this kids section if you want some help with your education options.

Koh Phangan is a wonderful place for your children to become open minded at a young age, they will meet other children from all over the world and be able to learn about different cultures not only just Thailand.

Wouldn’t you want to come to Koh Phangan as a kid? Yes you would!