Mango Bay - also known as Ao Mamuang - is a secluded bay located towards the north of Ko Tao. It is a popular attraction amongst travellers to Ko Tao and offers spectacular natural landscapes and scenery ranging from rocky cliffs to lush greenery that will delight any type of traveller – nature lovers in particular. It is also one of the best places in Ko Tao to catch breath-taking views of the gulf in the distance and will provide ample photography opportunities. Mango Bay is also famed for its water activities and sports and it is a popular spot for activities such as snorkelling, diving and kayaking. The best time to pay a visit is generally between the months of May to September, when rain isn’t frequent and when the seas aren't too rough.
Around 1 – 2 hours
Adults, Families, Young Adults, Senior Guests, Children
The surrounding scenery
Prayer facilities at Mango Bay itself will be unavailable, but plenty of open private space will be available in the area for Muslim travellers to make use of during prayer times. Visitors may also visit Ko Samui which is home to some of the nearest mosques to Ko Tao. Muslim travellers who wish to visit more prominent mosques may need to visit some of the larger cities in Thailand.
Halal food at Mango Bay and Ko Tao will be quite limited and it is recommended that travellers bring along some snacks and food items with them while travelling. It is also possible for Muslim travellers to visit some of the many Halal restaurants in Ko Samui – which is not located too far away – for more dining options.