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where's a good place to stay during FMP on Ko Pha Ngan?

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11. Posted by andybster (Budding Member 22 posts) 8y

ah ok, fair do's, cheers emmett.

so u reckon its all about staying at had rin?

12. Posted by HaadRinGuide (Travel Guru 542 posts) 8y

I much prefer staying in Haad Rin. Baan Tai and Baan Kai are okay to fall back on though, if you turned up at the last minute and all the cheap places in Haad Rin were full.

Basically it's just handy being in Haad Rin if you're out on a night-time down the beach knowing you can pop back to your room whenever you want.

13. Posted by andybster (Budding Member 22 posts) 8y

thats quality cheers emmett, checking out some of ur recommendations they look cool, though same same doesnt take prebooked over full moon which is bit annoying. its shame i cant get there ealier but i only fly in to bkk couple of days before. defiantly try and get something in had rin.

cheers for your help

andy :D

14. Posted by steff (Travel Guru 1160 posts) 8y

Hi there,

I went to a FMP last year and stayed at Stonewall Bungalows in Haad Rin. We hadn't booked anything in advance when we arrived two days before the party and Stonewall turned out to be a great choice. It's about a 10 minute walk up the hill from the main beach (for the last bit they have an elevator, so no worries ;)) yet far enough away to get some sleep (if you're intending to stay near the beach it will be VERY noisy!).
On top of that the owners are super sweet and friendly, bungalows are clean and cozy and they keep your valuables in a safe for you. Also, from the veranda you have the best view ever and you can get pancakes and fruit for breakfast !!!

All this said, I heard lots of stories from people who didn't have accomodation in Haad Rin and had to go back to other villages by TukTuk or with the scooter at night. Not only it was a bit of a hassle for them, but also it was extremely dangerous, because the roads are really windy and people drive intoxicated. So definitely would advice you to keep that in mind.

[ Edit: Edited on Feb 27, 2008, at 7:17 AM by steff ]

15. Posted by HaadRinGuide (Travel Guru 542 posts) 8y

Another option instead of booking by internet could be to book by phone. That way you might be able to book at one of the cheaper places.

The travelfish website has most of the phone numbers for the resorts in Haad Rin.

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