- Koh Samui
- Koh Tao
Koh Phangan just has it all. Parties, beaches, and now—hiking spots! Get to know the island’s trails.
The island’s highest peak! It’s around a two-hour trek up 630 meters. You think that’s too much, until you hear the reward: a postcard-view of not just one, but several spots around the island! Chaloklum, Thong Nai Pan, and if the day’s clear enough, even Koh Tao & Koh Samui. Worth it, yeah?
Phaeng Waterfall National Park
The center of attraction is—you guessed it—the waterfall.
Haad Khuat / Bottle Beach
If you feel like going for a 4-5 km trek to be greeted by soft white sands and turquoise waters topped off with a return trip on a longtail boat—this is your place.
We wonder what to bring to ~Bottle~ Beach…
Haad Yuan & Haad Thian
Kicking off at Haad Rin, this trail leads to two beaches: Haad Yuan and Haad Thian. Because we like alternative endings. If you wanna stay, they’ve got some cheap bungalows around!
🔺The trails are not always clearly marked; be mindful!
🔺Stay hydrated and bring food.
🔺Try to avoid going alone or at least let somebody know where you are.... See More