Where is the Full Moon Party in Thailand 2021?
Koh Phangan Full Moon Party has become a world-famous institution, but its ancestral home remains the crescent cove of Haad Rin Beach on the southernmost tip of Phangan Island in Thailand.
Full Moon Party dates 2021-2023.
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How do I get to the Full Moon Party in Thailand?
To get there you can take a boat taxi from Haad Rin to Haad Yuan, which costs about 200 Baht per person. You can negotiate it down to about 300 baht (150 thb p.P.) if you travel with two persons. The closer you get to the date of the full moon party the more expensive the rooms will get.
Is there a Full Moon Party in Phuket?
The Full Moon Festival at Paradise Beach is Phuket’s biggest beach party. Modelled after the successful Full Moon Party on Koh Phangan, Phuket’s version of the all-night beach party is a more upscale affair and is well organised.
How much are drinks at Full Moon Party?
It’s literally a bucket (like the ones kids take to the beach) filled with ice, M150 (a Thai version of Red Bull which is heavy on the ephedrine), a can of soda, a 300 ml bottle of liquor and 3 or 4 straws. Total cost: 200 baht/$US6 (and that’s expensive for Thailand).
How do you host a Full Moon Party?
Here are some simple steps to hosting your own full moon celebration:
- Invite your tribe. Open up your heart and your home to a few people who you love for the evening. …
- Set the vibe. Choose a place in your house or (weather permitting) outside where you can sit comfortably in a circle with your tribe.
How do you get to Full Moon Party from Bangkok?
Stray’s Bucket Pass offers the easiest way to get to the Full Moon Party: Jump on in Bangkok and travel by overnight bus to the city of Chumphon, where you’ll board a high-speed ferry to whisk you away to the beautiful Thai Islands. You can add the Bucket Pass to any Stray pass or just book the Bucket on its own.