Sensi Paradise Beach Resort
At the end of Mae Haad beach, Koh Tao. The island resort you will always remember! Resort with a natural feeling bungalowa beauty…wooden thai style. Setting on a gentle slope leading to the beach with a beautiful coconut – fringed gardens.
Koh Tao is located in the Gulf of Thailand , and is the northernmost inhabited island in the Samui archipelago. Koh Tao is just a short boat ride from Koh Samui and Koh Phangan and can also be reached from the mainland city of Chumporn.
All travel to Koh Tao is by boat, with a majority of visitors arriving from Koh Samui, the largest island in the archipelago. The most popular routes to the islands in the Gulf of Thailand go via Koh Samui. All air transfers to the islands will be via Koh Samui, as it has the only airport in the region. With Bangkok Airways, it is possible to fly direct to Koh Samui from a number of destinations, including Phuket, Krabi, Bangkok , Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. For visitors arriving from Koh Samui, we recommend the 90-minute voyage with the Lomprayah Catamaran, which departs from Samui’s Mae Nam Beach twice daily, at 8 am, and 12 noon.
From Koh Phangan the best travel is by Lomprayah. Boats are leaving daily, at 8.30 am, and 12.30 noon.
From Chumporn the best travel is by Lomprayah. Boats are leaving daily, at 7 am, and 13 noon. While it is possible to fly to Chumphorn airport, this is not the best option, as direct flights to Koh Samui are around the same price and the boat ride from Chumphorn to Koh Tao takes longer.
Most travelers from Phuket & Krabi would reach Koh Tao via Surat Thani. Sensi Paradise recommends that visitors avoid traveling directly to Koh Tao from Surat Thani, if possible. The journey from Surat Thani to Koh Tao is generally easier and more comfortable when done via Koh Samui, even if this route takes longer. (Departure : 8:00 A.M. Arrival : 14.00 P.M.)