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Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping. Beautiful beaches and peaceful. We have been to a bunch of these and I would put Koh Lipe higher on the list, but other than that good list! First 3 nights are in Bangkok, last 4 nights are in Koh Phangan due to the full moon party being our 2nd last night! It would be greatly appreciated!

Having spent three weeks in Thailand with a week to go having been to Chang mai for elephant nature park which was excellent purely for the conservation and rescue of elephants not for riding or tricks. It was brilliant would highly recommend it with an overnight stay. I have to say that Phuket was very disappointing very crowded and not my cup of tea but when arriving at phi phi don was blown away staying on beach in a bamboo bungalow it was paradise.

Leaving there for ko lanta but feel it is not in the same league and we are searching for the same type of paradise island to spend our last few days before we fly from Krabi on 19th march. My husband and I are going to Thailand in November, I wondered if anyone could tell me if you can actually visit phi phi from koh samui? Jackie- The correct answer could be yes but it would not be an enjoyable trip as Ko Samui is located in the Gulf of Thailand and Phi Phi is located in the Adaman sea. Now if you did want to make this trip you would have to buy an airline ticket from Ko Samui to Phuket and take a ferry or speedboat out from there, that would be my recommendation anyway as the quickest way to get there.

As far as the list I must say I enjoyed the read and thank you for taking the time to post it. I spend about 4 months a year in Thailand now and have been to all of these locations starting back in , most of these I have been too numerous times. I will also add I look for quiet beaches, Islands that are away from tourist and I do try to frequent places locally Thai owned and operated not to mention all of these places are times better during low season.

It is more expensive but it also seems to be more of an adult crowd. On the flip side this place can be a nightmare during High avoid if possible season as it is packed and way over populated, not to mention very pricey during these times.


It was better prior to in my opinion before it became a hotter spot for the younger partying crowd. However it is still one of my favorites and you can still stay away from the noise if you choose too. Good food, drink, diving and we love to rent a motor cycle and head to the back side of the Island, the Island is small but still has a lot to offer.

We loved this place and had a blast, great atmosphere in old town, good food, plenty of shopping and this Island is big enough you can actually get out and take a motorcycle ride. The Island is top heavy to north with restaurants and such but we recommend finding a place down on the SW side of the Island to stay away from the crowd.

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Very nice Island and we are actually considering a place here long term. A little older crowd yes, loved the walk on the beach at night stopping off at the different resorts for happy hour and the sea food kababs at night were great. Make sure to take the day snorkling trip, rent a kayak and the nature walks around the Island are great. Sadly most of them perished on that day and even though Phi Phi is trying to rebuild it will never be the same for me. Is it nice, sure, but the environment in the village is not the same and too much is now ran by other then Thai and the place is usually packed, a lot louder and younger partying night crowd now then before.

However the secret is staying on the NE side of the Island for true relax and piece fullness. Land at the dock and take a long tail boat to the resort. Go back tot he village area to visit if need be, good food, drink, sunsets and snorkeling once you get away from the party scene. Big Island and we enjoy the motorcycle rides, alot to do here as far as temples, great beaches, food and drink. This is a bigger Island and you can get away from the SW side if you choose. I do have to mention this, Buri Rasa Resort area and the little village right behind it is very enjoyable.

Great time here as as I said still never been to a full moon party. You can fly into Phuket or take the train from Bangkok and it is easy to get to the dock. As far as the Island goes it is way to busy for me and crowded, too much noise and traffic and more for the party crowd. I cannot stand Koh Samui personally as it is way too big, populated, expensive for eevrything and the traffic is horrible. The place is way too expensive and frankly it reminds me of Hawaii and the Island of Oahu.

Again you want to party all night this is the place for you, you want piece and quiet on a small remote island, fly in and get out as fast as you can on a ferry to Ko Phangan or Koh Tao. We will be flying to Phuket and then heading out from there, we were thinking of visiting Phi Phi, Koh Phangan and Koh Samui, however we have been a little put off by various blogs saying that Koh Samui is maybe not the best choice. Perhaps Koh Tao or Koh Lipe would be better? We are looking for a balance between some fun places for our boys as well as some time out for my husband and I.

Would love to read your feedback and would appreciate any advice and what to avoid. I live on Koh Samui and just love the island, when i go away i just cannot wait to see the island from the deck if the mainland ferry as i get near to home. Yes, there are a lot of tourists, mainly on the NE coast, Chaweng and Lamai, but go to the other side of the island and you will find quiet little fishing villages and beautiful beaches. Is an amazing island, lovely beaches not many tourists and undeveloped which makes it more special. Lipe has one amazing beach, but for me that is it.

To many tourists, island developed to fast. Koh lipe is amazing. We stayed for 16 nights in November last year. However other travelers we met seemed to be in agreement that it was their favorite. Air Asia did a package which includes flights from Bangkok, mini bus to the pier and speedboat to the island at a very reasonable price. We thought prices were reasonable compared to Bangkok 80 bahts for a bottle of beer. The evening snorkeling trip to see the illuminous plankton was well worth the money. There is something for everyone from chilled out to Party til dawn.

My recommendation would be to go before its spoiled. Will be visiting Ko Tao in December and hope it is as good as you say. Thanks for a great list of islands, I think I might have to visit a few more on your list. I am happy to say that I have visited all 10 of the islands, and my favourite was Ko Lipe. Islands in Thailand are more than amazing. I have done 7 out of the 10 listed in your post. What I would suggest to people that want to visit several Thai islands in one trip is to rent a boat.

Some are not too expensive and if you are traveling with friends this is actually a good deal. By posting a comment, you agree to our comment policy. Your email address will not be published. Ko Lipe Where to Stay. Ko Lanta Where to Stay. Ko Samet Where to Stay. Ko Samui Where to Stay. Ko Phangan Where to Stay. Phuket Where to Stay. Ko Chang Where to Stay.

Koh Tao Where to Stay. Ko Phi Phi Where to Stay. Which islands in Thailand do you consider to be the most beautiful?