Koh Samui Full Moon Party Tour
INTERNATIONAL , Thailand , Koh-Samui
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Night Tour Koh Samui Full Moon Party on Koh Phangan
There are about 30,000-40,000 people every month at this Koh Phangan beach party. It is known as the Full Moon Party. International and Thai DJ's are making the crowd go wild. Paint yourself in UV colors and let your body lose control. The DJ's play all kinds of music; techno, trance, goa, drum n' bass, dub, reggae, "commercial hits", house etc on about 15 sound systems along Haad Rin beach. There are also many small tables on the beach where you can sit down with your friends or meet new ones from all parts of the globe. You can order drinks and food from the restaurants and the bars next to the Had Rin Nok beach. The full moon parties on Koh Phangan began over fifteen years ago with a group of itinerant backpackers raving in the moonlight on Haad Rin Nok. They arranged a drug-fuelled, all-night psychedelic trance dance party along the crescent-shaped beach of Haad Rin. The full moon party gained fame quickly through word of mouth, and people from all over the world flocked to join the celebration. Gradually the event has become a standard part of the itinerary for many travelers to SE Asia. The full moon party now draws a crowd of between five and ten thousand every full moon night; making it the biggest regular party in SE Asia, and they certainly the most celebrated dance party in Thailand. The site of the full moon party is sunrise side of Haad Rin Beach. The full moon party is split among several beach front venues offering a concoction of music including trance, techno, drum and bass, house and reggae. Most of these places have their own dance floors, but rovers tend to spill out onto the beach right up to the water’s edge. Rovers spill out from the open air dance halls onto the beach right up to the water’s edge. Apart from the international dj’s doing there knob twisting music thing, impromptu entertainment at the party includes jugglers and unsupervised (and occasionally uncontrolled) firework displays. Poi is also a common sight at the parties. This is usually the metal chain version with burning kevlar wicks, performed by both locals and tourists
Approximated dates: - Theses dates are subjected to adjust according to seasons and Buddhist Day, if there is Buddhist Day on that periods then the party will extend for one day.