When you first arrive at Koh Tao, the island will welcome you with the gentle sea air upon your face. Your feet will feel warm as they step on the ivory-white sand. Your eyes will notice the colorful coral reefs beneath the crystal clear water. You may also find yourselves walk along the shoreline at Sai Daeng Beach, a unique red and white sand shore in the south of Koh Tao. You may also travel further south of the island to see the panoramic view of Chalok Baan Kao and Thian Og bays at John-Suwan viewpoint. You can also found peace and solitude at June Juea bay, where you can lay down and listen to the gentle sound of the sea.  Many more stunning scenic views are still waiting to be discovered at Koh Tao, the jewel of the Gulf of Thailand

Pinnacle Koh Tao Resort is at the unique location since it’s located in a hidden bay on the south-west side the island. Let’s yourself escape to our quiet beach on the serene island retreat. With its Villas nestled on the hillside overlooking the Gulf of Thailand you can and enjoy its spectacular evening sunsets.

Koh Tao Festival

Koh Tao Festival 18 – 19 March 2017


18-19 MARCH
– The festival is an exhibition of King Rama 9. It will follow the path he has led and his achievements.
– There will be music in the garden performing royal music and songs about the king as well as music composed by the King himself and also drawing activities about his many duties by Pay Seenam.
– There are many other activities such as land & underwater clean-ups, shows from Baan Koh Tao school and businesses.
– One Free Day and much more.
Location: Save Koh Tao Office (the way to Tanote / Aow Luek), Chalok Baan Kao


See you at our new meeting point, Rabeangmai Restaurant


Glad NEWS for our Pinnacle Koh Tao Guest!!! When you arrive Koh Tao at the ferry pier, you can check-in at our meeting point on Rabeangmai Restaurant. You will get the welcome drink, can sign the arrival card then take the shuttle bus to our resort.

If you’re looking for a room you can also make a booking at this place with special price.


Tourists don’t have to wear black on the beach


Black clothes are reportedly selling out all over Thailand as the late king’s loyal subjects attempt to express their grief. Tourists are also being encouraged to “dress respectfully”, in black, white or other sombre colours.

However, this is not mandatory. “Despite reports, tourists don’t have to wear black on the beach,” said Chris Lee, UK and Ireland head of marketing for the Tourism Authority of Thailand.




Koh Tao Island offers spectacular snorkeling sites all around the island. It is as famous for snorkeling as it is for diving.

Koh Tao has shallow reef surrounding the island such as Tanote Bay, Japanese Gardens, Ao Leuk, Mango Bay and Shark Bay. Shark’s bay is the favorite spot because there is a thriving family of black tip reef shark living there.

Diving in the Red Sea



Koh Tao Island offers spectacular famous diving sites all around the island. with a shallow reef surrounding the island such as Tanote Bay.

Our in-house diving school offers bespoke dive tours to our resort guests. The classroom is located on the resort premises to ensure guests receive all necessary training, hassle- free, for a fun and safe adventure. Our dive school furthermore specialize in servicing small groups, in its own speed boats, to provide our guests an exclusive experience of the island’s world-famous marine life. Because of the individualized itineraries, the diving school is also one of the few on the island who can complete an open water certificate in just 2 days, a great option for guests short on time.