Set in the spacious surroundings of their lush tropical gardens, the chalets at The Great Escape offer a dramatic view of the jungle covered mountains that surround Yai Beach on Koh Phangan. Just a few metres from the beach, the garden location for these ten modern chalets offers a tranquil setting to enjoy beach days or just relax on your private veranda in a hammock.
Despite being so close to the beach, dining and shopping in the local restaurants and shops is just a few moments away along the garden trails through to the main village, although you would never know it, as the privately run complex has the feel of Koh Phangan from yester year. But not inside the modern chalets,with small private pools, with their cool tiled floors, large bedrooms opening out onto a private veranda through sliding glass doors, an A/C in every bedroom, modern spacious bathrooms and king sized beds in some chalets.
The whole mini resort is serviced with free wifi in every room and around the garden, a small shop at reception, and a friendly laid back management, who genuinely want you to enjoy your stay at one of the most beautiful beaches on the island – and one of the few beaches still untouched by big hotel tourism.
Our resort is located on the most spectacular site of Phangan, Thong Nai Pan Noi beach. An uninterrupted stretch of immaculate beach composes the sumptuous environment of this exclusive place.
Gorgeous beach, dazzling sunsets, crystal-clear waters, magical garden and family friendly service. These exceptional assets have earned Thong nai pan beach location a great reputation as a tropical paradise, ideal for families, friends or lovers
Fantastic beautiful Thon Nai Pan formed by idyllically adjoining Thong Nai Pan Noi beach and Thong Nai Pan Yai beach located in the north-eastern part of Koh Phangan. The gemini bays comprise a scenic double bay in the shape of the "B" letter offering imminent picture of tropical charm and the most popular beaches on Koh Phangan east coast, where the sun rises and a new day begins.
The name Thong Nai Pan means 'the bay of Pan'. On some old maps the area is referred to as 'Tong Tapan' ('Tong' is a variant spelling of 'Thong') which means 'bay of old man Pan'. On some old maps the region is referred to as 'Tong Tapan' ('Tong' is a variant spelling of 'Thong') which means 'the old Pan's bay'. There is the homonymous village in picturesque bay surrounded by high lush mountains with some eco-attractions.