Bottle Beach, Ko Pha NganCurrently Open
- Address: Bottle Beach, Koh Phangan, Thailand, Ko Pha Ngan
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
- Tags: Beach, Water Body, Tourist Center, Leisure, Family And Kids, Nature, Snorkeling
About Bottle Beach, Ko Pha Ngan
Bottle Beach is considered to be one of the best beaches in Thailand, according to Conde Naste Traveller. The beach is bit isolated and therefore attracts a more laid back, hippie type of tourist. It looks picturesque with its crescent shaped cove and the white, wide sandy land area, surrounded by lush greenery. This beach was originally home to Chinese fishers and later on was brought to limelight with European visitors visiting it around 1980s. There are a number of activities that are available over here such as snorkeling and diving.
Bottle Beach Information
- Diving is a popular activity at Bottle Beach. Scuba and Snorkelling are offered from the resorts. While Bottle Beach has fish and related undersea wildlife, there are no coral reefs.
How To reach Bottle Beach by Public Transport
- Short boat ride from Chaloklum or take a fun jungle/mountain hike from the west side of the island.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Bottle Beach
95% of people who visit Ko Pha Ngan include Bottle Beach in their plan
05 AM - 06 AM
87.37% of people plan their visit to Bottle Beach between 05 AM - 06 AM
People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Bottle Beach
93.92% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Bottle Beach
Bottle Beach, Ko Pha Ngan Reviews
Nice beach with a few hotels and restaurants. Note that it can be sometimes hard to get here or get out. The road that goes to it can be a challenge for motorbike, especially after rain. You can rent a boat to and from this beach. Boat from chaloclam and back was around 300 bat.
Cool place to hangout. Strong waves .need 4 wheel drive. Roads are tough. Younger people. Accessible with bike. Reasonably priced. Accommodations.
Incredible beach, very private and calm. Taxis take you up and down the 3 km dirt road or you can opt to take a moped. It's a hard hike if you're walking it and you can only moped half of it as the terrain is rough. Bring water!
A nice little beach, but not very accessible. To reach it you will need either a 4 wheel drive truck or a Longtail boat. The boats are not the best in rough weather & the truck can be a bit bumpy, but either way the scenery is great. There are about 3 Resorts there. They are a bit basic, some catering to the backpacker crowd there for Full Moon Parties.
Stayed at Smile Bungalows. The beach and scenery are delightful, but sadly invaded by Eurotroglodytes and their spawn who, combined with ear-piercing generators and ongoing construction work, negate the natural peacefulness. Given the remoteness, the ability to enjoy the place itself is essential but with the aforementioned at work it's not easy.