Welcome to Malibu Beach Bungalows, Koh Phangan, Thailand. Discover the serenity which is nestled in the warm and white sands of the magnificent Chaloklum Bay, Koh Phangan.
The newly renovated and beautifully decorated bungalows are surrounded by our beautiful tropical garden and the crystal blue water. It is a paradise hideaway where luxury meets natural beauty.
The bungalows are set behind the swimming pool and are well crafted with large balconys and lanna style wooden finished interiors and fixtures to create comfort and atmosphere.
Malibu Beach Bungalows are also fan style (Bungalow Garden View & Private Double Garden View) accommodation available to ensure that all budgets can enjoy this idyllic location.
The restaurant serves a range of Thai and International food, B.B.Q dinner with beers, spirits and cocktails available throughout the day and night. The most requested cocktail – the Malibu Beach Breeze.
A range of beautiful bungalows have been built to complement the resorts idyllic location. The two person bungalows are large with a cylindrical roof finished in natural materials and with a large private balcony.
The bungalow is finished inside with Lanna style wood on the ceiling and wall supports creating a boutique flavour to each room. The bathrooms too are large and finished in a rustic tile style with plenty of shelf space for personal belongings.
The three person bungalows are built in more traditional fashion with a typical Thai style roof and exterior balcony. Again the bathrooms are large and there is a single and a double bed within the sleeping quarters.
The fan room accommodation allows guests to stay at a very affordable rate in the first class resort which is set in over an acre of grounds on the western side of Chaloklum Bay.
The quickest and most comfortable way to get here is flying from Bangkok to neighboring island Koh Samui (which takes about 1 hour) and then take a boat from there. For more information about flights or booking you can visit the Bangkok Airways site.
Alternatively you can fly to Surattani on the mainland and take the ferry from there. For more information about schedules and fares see the Air Asia or the One-Two-Go Airlines websites.
There is an efficient train service from Bangkok to the South of Thailand (southern line). The overnight sleeper trains are the best way to go. Check the latest prices and schedules via the service link on the website of The State Railway of Thailand. All trains stop in Suratthani, where you will be provided with a connecting bus to the ferry pier. The total trip by train and boat takes about 11 to 16 hours. A boat ticket to Koh Phangan and transport from the train station to the pier is usually included in the 'joint ticket'. If you do not have a joint ticket you can always buy a ticket for the boat at the pier.
Taking a government bus from Bangkok is a good way to get to Koh Phangan. It offers a lot of leg space because it has less seats than the regular tourist buses (which are offered by travel agencies and TAT-agencies). The government bus will continue on the ferry to Koh Phangan so you can leave your luggage on the bus, saving you time and the hassle of changing transport. The government bus leaves from the Southern Bus Terminal in Bangkok, where you must also buy the ticket.
Several boat companies provide a daily service between Koh Samui and Koh Phangan or the mainland, in the tables below you can find most of them. Times of departure and arrival may vary, we recommend that you check with the boat company of your choice before you travel.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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