Free diving is diving without a tank, not without paying! If you want to learn this amazing sport then you can train with us here at Master Divers. Click here to find out more.
Just a few minutes along the main road from Mae Haad to Chalock Baan Kao, Steve runs a mini golf course along side pool tables and other games too. This is great for a bit of a giggle and something different – its open all day and evening too (apart from Monday) – so you can catch a game whenever you want! If all that putting has worked up and appetite then Steve’s restaurant serves DIY pizza, chill con carne and even Sunday Roast!
Located in Sairee there is a full size trapeze rig and the team offer hour classes and courses too which ensure you’ll be flying through the air with the greatest of ease.
Click here to download a PDF of an article that Ayesha wrote for the Bangkok Airways Magazine, Fah Thai.
Kayaks can be rented from most beaches on Koh Tao. We particularly like kayaking from Master Divers and exploring the southern bays all the way around to the headland just before Chalok. More information about beaches can be found here.
There are some great walks, just remember to set off early and take plenty of water and money to buy more if heading to a beach. Leaving Sairee by the road that runs passed the boxing stadium, you have a number of walks to make. The first one is sign posted off to the right after te boxing stadium and just as the road starts to turn to the left and get steeper. This leads to Leam Tien – it’s our favourite walk as it’s quite leafy and shady. There is a monster hill though and there aren’t really views until you get there. The resort here closed around half a year ago which means the road has overgrown but still passable. There are no facilities when you get there so be sure to take enough water and a snack too. However there is a road leaving this one on the right – if you are adventurous then you can follow this to a view point. The roads to Hin Wong and Mango Bay are found by just continuing on the road passed the boxing stadium. Mango Bay is a sign posted left turn and for Hin Wong you carry straight on. Theres also a lovely coastal walk from Master Divers which explores the coastline almost all the way to Chalock Baan Kao.
Massage and cooking courses are available – ask us for more details.
If you’ve not checked out one of Thailand’s infamous lady-boy shows then why not check out the Queens Cabaret. Dont be scared – its great fun!
Ayesha slipped backstage to bring you an article describing just what goes on back stage.
This is located in Sairee, right next to Barracuda.
If you fancy rock climbing or cliff jumping then head to see Charly and Tim at Good Time Adventures. You’ll find them on the south end of Sairee Beach in between AC and Fishbowl.
There are always yoga classes to go to here on Koh Tao but their locations do move around. If you are coming here then you can ask us for an update otherwise, head to Blue Wind – just walk a few mins passed the 7-11 on the main road and you will find them on the left hand side. This one never moves!
Leave the 7-11 on the main road in Sairee and walk up the hill. After about 10-15mins you’ll find the stadium and gym. There are regular fights, watch out for flyers, regular classes and longer courses too. The gym has different options for you too – so pop in.
Splashdance and Swim is run by our good friend Nicki. In water aerobics is great fun, classes run three times a week and you might find us there. She also runs kids swim classes from 4 months old to 5yrs old. Older children and adults can be taught upon request too. Classes are run at Regal Resort – contact us for further information.