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The Bronze Drum of Dongson Culture (500 BC - 100 BC) that was found on Koh Samui in 1977 is evidence that there were settlements of people on Koh Samui, Koh Pha Ngan, and their islands from more than 2000 years ago. Some historians and archaeologists believe that the first group who migrated to Koh Pha Ngan were the Muslim sea Gypsies (Pygmy, Semung, and Proto-Malay) who travelled by boat from the Malay Peninsula. However, nowadays there are few Muslims who live on the island. The name of Koh Pha Ngan comes from the word 'Ngan', the southern dialect meaning 'sand bar', for there are many sand bars offshore around the island. Koh Pha Ngan has been a long time favourite of past kings of Thailand. Specifically Rama V, or Chulalongkorn visited Koh Pha Ngan 14 times during his reign.

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Sunset at Thong Sa La Pier

Haad Rin Beach

Haad Yao Beach

Haad Khom Beach

Wat Phu Khao Noi Temple

Full Moon Party in full swing

Highlighted fire display

Thaan Prawet Waterfall

Pattaya Page 3 Pattaya Beach Road & Sai 2 Road
Koh Pha ngan Island Page 3, Full Moon Party and Pictures
Koh Pha ngan Island Page 2, Chinese Temple and Video

Koh Pha ngan Island, Thailand, Full Moon Party and Pictures

Koh Pha ngan Island Page 3, Full Moon Party and Pictures
Koh Pha ngan Island Page 3, Full Moon Party and Pictures
Koh Samet Page 1, Rayong Province, Thailand