You may also be interested in joining one of our guided hiking tours to Koh Tao’s remote and stunning destinations such as Grape Viewpoint, The Lighthouse and Mao Bay. Click here for more information.
Take a short visit to this stunning and easy to reach Koh Tao viewpoint on your way to Aow Muang (Mango Bay). Turn left off the main Aow Muang road when you see Jim’s Bar, and go a further 200 metres to get a view of the whole of Sairee Beach and Mae Haad Bay through to the south.
An entrance fee is charged.
There are now three more additional viewpoints in the area. Two give similar views of the west coast (and the sunset) and the other, which is located further north, offers a view of the northeast coast plus the lighthouse.
Located right in the centre of Koh Tao, close to Two View Rock, this viewpoint affords fabulous views of the west coast including a stunning view of Koh Nang Yuan and also across to the whole of Sairee Beach and over to Mae Haad Bay and Jansom Bay. An entrance fee is charged.
Access is from Sairee Soi 1 road, or from Tanote Bay through the reservoir area. The spot is on a large flat rock hidden behind two leaning boulders beside the dirt road.
This unique view of Chalok Baan Kao Bay and its village plus Koh Samui and Koh Phangan in the background is accessible through Blue Moon Experience, located along Sai Nuan Beach main road. From there follow a sign to Diesha View Bar, then walk south 50m through jungle to the flat boulder which serves as a comfy watching platform.