Thai Art Tattoo
Best tattoo studio in Koh Tao
Meet The Thai Art Tattoo Team
At Thai Art Tattoo, our goal is to establish a welcoming and relaxed atmosphere where clients and artists can collaborate to produce authentic, high-quality tattoo art in a variety of forms. We strive to provide exceptional service and honesty to both our clients and artists, ensuring that each person feels comfortable and inspired throughout the tattoo creation process. To fulfill this mission, we invest in the latest equipment and techniques to facilitate the creation of the best tattoos possible, regardless of style. Our ultimate objective is for clients to leave our studio with tattoos that they can be proud of for many years to come.
We are a family that loves what we do
Koh Tao, also known as “Turtle Island,” is a small island located in the Gulf of Thailand, near the popular tourist destinations of Koh Samui and Koh Phangan. The island is known for its crystal-clear waters, white sandy beaches, and breathtaking coral reefs, making it a popular destination for diving, snorkeling, and island hopping.
Koh Tao was first settled by Chinese and Malay fishermen in the late 1800s. The island’s name, “Turtle Island,” comes from the abundance of sea turtles that can be found in the waters surrounding the island.
Koh Tao is a small island, measuring only 21 square kilometers, and is located approximately 70 kilometers from the mainland. The island is part of the Chumphon Archipelago and is made up of two main bays: Sairee and Chalok Baan. The island is also home to two small villages: Mae Haad and Sairee.
The main attraction on Koh Tao is the island’s beautiful beaches and stunning coral reefs. Diving and snorkeling are popular activities on the island, with many dive shops and tour operators offering trips to the surrounding reefs and shipwrecks.
The island is also home to several hiking trails, which offer incredible views of the island and the surrounding waters. Visitors can also explore the island’s temples, including the famous Wat Koh Tao temple.
Koh Tao offers a wide range of accommodation options for visitors, including budget-friendly bungalows, mid-range resorts, and luxury villas. The island’s two main villages, Mae Haad and Sairee, are the main areas for accommodation. Mae Haad is the more developed of the two villages and offers more options for restaurants, bars, and nightlife. Sairee is a quieter village, with a more laid-back atmosphere.
Getting To Koh Tao
Taking the Bus / Ferry to Koh Tao
The easiest way to get to Koh Tao is to fly to the nearby island of Koh Samui and then take a ferry to Koh Tao. Ferries run regularly from Koh Samui and take about 1.5 hours. Visitors can also take a bus or train to Chumphon and then catch a ferry to Koh Tao.
Train/Bus/Ferry to Koh Tao
Another option is to go by train. This is actually a route that we’ve done three or four times already and have always had a good experience. We’ve taken the sleeper train heading there which was rather affordable. It also ends up saving you a night of paying for accommodation. The night trains heading down to Chumphon leaves from Hua Lamphong train station in Bangkok. Even in the train stations, we recommend booking a combo ticket as the boat operator usually provides a free transfer between the train station to the pier.
Flying to Koh Tao
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