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Ao Hin Kong

Phangan Island Attractions | Koh Phangan's white sand fantasy

Ao Hin Kong is Koh Phangan's white sand fantasy. Ao Hin Kong is located on the western shores of Koh Phangan and consists of two kilometers of pristine white sand. It has remained largely untouched and is a prime example of the natural tranquility that Koh Phangan has to offer.

Ao Hin Kong can be reached by road and then trail from Thongsala, Koh Phangan's largest community. The southerly stretch of Koh Phangan's white sand fantasy lies just meters from the road; therefore, only a few bungalows dot the area, mainly offer their services to long-term inhabitants.

Ao Hin Kong, Koh Phangan's white sand fantasy, has a beautiful coral reef formation about three hundred meters from the shore, providing a fantastic opportunity for anyone wanting to snorkel and dive. You may want to bring your underwater camera to capture the sights just off of Koh Phangan's white sand fantasy so that your friends will believe the undeniable beauty you immersed yourself in. Because of the shallow nature of the sea shelf at Koh Phangan's white sand fantasy, the area is only suited for swimming during the high-tide months of November to April.

Remember that Koh Phangan's white sand fantasy maintains its allure through its pristine landscape, so do not remove shells or coral from the bay or Koh Phangan's white sand fantasy. Moreover, it is illegal to take them out of the country.

Ao Hin Kong, Koh Phangan's white sand fantasy, is also a prime location for capture the brilliant colors of the Koh Phangan sunset, making it an amazing spot for romance in the evening. If you grow weary of lazing upon the sands or soaking up the tropical rays while reading your favorite book, you can wander amongst the mangrove trees that dot Koh Phangan's white sand fantasy.

So if you are in Koh Phangan and desire secluded splendor, Ao Hin Kong, Koh Phangan's white sand fantasy, is the beach for you!


Last Updated: 09 Sep 2009