Top Most Attractions of Full Moon Party at Koh Phangan, Pattaya (Thailand)

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Top Most Attractions of Full Moon Party at Koh Phangan, Pattaya (Thailand)
Top Most Attractions of Full Moon Party at Koh Phangan, Pattaya (Thailand)

The Full Moon Party is an all-night beach party that originated in Haad Rin on the island of Koh Pha ngan, Thailand on the night of, before or after every full moon. It is mostly attended by tourists
Fire dancers at the Full Moon Party
The first Full Moon Party was improvised at a Paradise Bungalows on the beach in 1985, for giving thanks to about 20–30 travelers. The parties gained fame through word of mouth, and the event now draws a crowd of about 5,000–30,000 every full moon evening. The party carries on until the sun rises the next day. The bars on the sunrise beach of Haad Rin town stay open and play music such as psychedelic trance, R&B, drum and bass, house, dance and reggae. The modern event has become a part of the itinerary of many travellers to Southeast Asia.
The success of the Full Moon Party prompted the creation of “Half Moon”, “Quarter Moon”, and other parties. The ruling military government in late-2014 banned all but the Full Moon Party, but the 2014 edict may not have been observed by local authorities, given that, as of 5 April 2015, all parties except the Full Moon Party were again banned on Ko Pha Ngan. This is to stop the noise pollution which has become a constant source of irritation for the islanders. The ban was ordered by Pha Ngan district chief officer, Mr Krirkkrai Songthani, after a meeting with local leaders on 3 April to discuss complaints from many residents about the various parties which are held up to 25 times a month at one coconut plantation or another on the island. Given the junta’s stated goal of attracting higher-class (wealthier) tourists, it is unclear how much longer the Full Moon Party will be permitted to continue. Already, the Tourist Authority of Thailand (TAT) webpage for Ko Pha Ngan barely makes mention of the Full Moon Party. A police colonel summed up the attitude of the new government when he said, “The sort of tourist that comes here to drink too much and take drugs are not the type that Thailand wants.
Scadule of Full Moon Party:
Full Moon Party Dates 2016
Saturday 23, January
Tuesday 23, February
Tuesday 22, March
Thursday 21, April
Saturday 21, May
Sunday 19, June
Thursday 21, July
Thursday 18, August
Friday 16, September
Monday 17, October
Tuesday 15, November
Wednesday 14, December
Sunday 25, December
Saturday 31, December
Full Moon Party Dates 2017
Thursday 12, January
Sunday 12, February
Sunday 12, March
Tuesday 11, April
Thursday 11, May
Friday 09, June
Monday 10, July
Monday 07, August
Tuesday 05, September
Friday 06, October
Friday 03, November
Sunday 03, December


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nice beach like boracay island in Philippines..

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ashaaib says:

Why is it full of white skanks I want to see the gooks

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