What’s up guys!

Coming at you with another location review today! Ko Tao island is one of my favorite places in Asia and I had such a great time exploring this beautiful island! But is it Single Man’s Paradise? Let’s get into it!

Ko Tao, Thailand – Women Rating – 3/5

I had a blast on Ko Tao and I got laid plenty! The island is very small so don’t expect a buffet of pussy… Options are limited and you may find yourself repeating with the same broad if you’re there long enough. But surprisingly, there are mongering options on the island! I even arranged a threesome while I was there. πŸ™‚

In the main beach area of Sairee beach there are a few beer bars and I managed to find several cute girls there. I bar fined two girls and took them swimming. There is a swimming pool that is free to use and there is a bar attached to it. It’s right on the main street by Sairee beach.

Surprisingly, we were the only ones using the pool! Plenty of tourists were walking by and staring at me, or more likely the two half naked Thai chicks splashing around in the pool. πŸ™‚

Man I had a blast swimming with these two babes, drink in hand. Good memories for sure! After that we went back to my room for some threeway action. πŸ˜€

Ko Tao is a tourist island so you will see massage shops all around too. I got a few rub and tugs during my stay as well. Nothing like getting your pole greased while some middle aged white woman is getting a massage on the other side of a thin curtain. I made sure to let out a healthy groin when I released my load. πŸ˜€

The dating scene is severely limited on this tiny island, but I’m sure you can find a cute girl working in one of the resorts and have a relationship with her. I suggest doing a search on Thai Cupid and Thai Friendly as well.

Ko Tao is small, if you want a buffet of pussy then you should stay somewhere else. But don’t worry! You won’t be spanking it to pornΒ if you decide to live there! It is Thailand after all… Wherever there are tourists, there will be girls there to satisfy their needs. πŸ™‚

Ko Tao, Thailand – Cost Of Living Rating – 3/5

Ko Tao is reasonably priced for what it is… One of the most beautiful islands in Thailand. It’s no hidden secret anymore but I still found plenty of affordable accommodation. I also rented a motorbike, partied on the beach and enjoyed delicious Thai food at good prices.

Getting to Ko Tao is the major expense and this is where I not it down a few points. You have to fly to Ko Samui and take a ferry. Another option is flying to Surat Thani and taking a ferry. I recommend flying to Ko Samui because you should visit this island as well as Koh Phangan. All worth exploring while you’re in the area.

Regardless, it’s going to be an extra flight out of Bangkok and you’re going to be sitting on a boat for a while. Is it worth it? I say yes! πŸ˜€

There are plenty of cheaper places in Thailand but I still think Ko Tao is reasonable. It’s cheaper and more beautiful then Phuket. It still has that deserted tropical island vibe while still having everything you need to live a comfortable life. It’s still pretty undeveloped so get there NOW and enjoy it while it lasts!

Ko Tao, Thailand – Quality Of Life – 4/5

Ko Tao is a very small island and you have to be a special kind of person to live there. Meaning, you don’t get bored easily and you don’t need big city infrastructure. If you enjoy laying around on the beach, diving, hiking in the jungle and just relaxing in paradise then Ko Tao could be for you.

Ko Tao is most famous for it’s diving. Pretty much everyone I met there were divers. I met some really cool guys who had been living there for months just to learn diving and get their certifications. Apparently it’s one of the best places in the world to dive and get your certification.

I did not dive, but I went snorkeling! πŸ˜€ Really I had a blast and I would love to do it again some day. What a great experience! The island really is stunning.

If you need to unwind and detox then Ko Tao would be a great place to do it. It’s a tiny tropical island but there is enough to keep you occupied there. Plenty of good food, people to chat with, sluts to bone, beaches to explore.

I enjoyed my time there but I would rather live on Ko Samui. I need to be around more action personally. Island life is great but sometimes it’s nice to catch a movie at the cinema or go party on the main strip which is bustling with activity.

Even Koh Phangan would be more interesting for long term living. The beauty of these islands is they are all so close to each other! You can take a short ferry ride to any of them whenever you want. They all have a different vibe so if you’re going down to any of the gulf islands then I recommend visiting all three. Evaluate all three of themΒ so you can see which one is the best match for your lifestyle.


Women – 3/5

Cost of Living – 4/5

Quality of Life 4/5

Ko Tao, Thailand – Single Man’s Paradise Rating – 11/15

Ko Tao truly is paradise. It was developing fast last time I was there so I’m not sure what it looks like now… I recommend going there before it’s covered in concrete. Get yourself a dual sport bike and go explore all the dirt roads that run around the island.

If you’re interested in diving then Ko Tao is your spot! If not, you better have a remote job or some other hobbies to keep you occupied because Ko Tao is very quiet. I personally need some more action but I’m sure many people would feel right at home living on Ko Tao. Grab yourself a fresh coconut, a good book and enjoy the sunset. πŸ™‚