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front bungalow 
Tranquil Resort, restaurant
Tranquil Resort, restaurant
Tranquil Resort, restaurant
Tranquil Resort, sea view
Tranquil Resort, sea view



Tranquil Resort

Koh Phangan
Nai Wok
(beach front)

Koh Phangan Map

('Tranquil Resort' on a Satellite Map with information about the surrounding area)

AirCon AirCon Private Beach Private Beach Hot Shower Hot Shower Restaurant Restaurant
TV  (in restaurant) TV (in restaurant)  
Prices starting from:   9  US $
    8  Euro
    300  Baht

All rooms at Tranquil Resort come with western style bathrooms with cold water shower, some bungalow types are equipped also with warm water, Air conditioning, cable TV and a mini-bar.

We would like to recommend you to organize a motorcycle during your vacation at the Tranquil Resort, it is a great way to move around the island and quite inexpensive also for a longer stay.

All of the bungalows at Tranquil Resort have been maintained well and are built with western style facilities; all are located near the beach front.

Near to the Tranquil Resort you will find cafe's and a supermarket.

Price List:

  Low Season
1.May - 31.Oct
High Season
1.Nov - 30.Apr

Standard Family Room

400 Baht
10.70 Euro
11.87 US$
600 Baht
16.05 Euro
17.81 US$

Tranquil Resort, Standard Family Room - all photos for Standard Family Room

Standard Fan

300 Baht
8.02 Euro
8.90 US$
500 Baht
13.37 Euro
14.84 US$

Tranquil Resort, Standard Fan - all photos for Standard Fan

Standard Air-Con

800 Baht
21.40 Euro
23.75 US$
1000 Baht
26.75 Euro
29.68 US$

Tranquil Resort, Standard Air-Con - all photos for Standard Air-Con

Calendar with all seasons for Tranquil Resort

All year calendar with seasons

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A lot of the known resorts, such like Party has ended and the sun has set on island is just perfect, as well. Mai Pen Rai is not only the translation of 'does not matter' here, it is as well the name of a very recommended accommodation on Phangan on Even Phangan was explored by travelers more than 22 years ago, Phangan was inhabited already about two thousand years ago by sea pirates driving with their boats from Malaysia. The area was later swarmed by Chinese migrants most of them from the province Hainan fleeing the economic hardship in their country.