Are you looking for the best beaches in Thailand? For most travelers, the trip to this dazzling country is a short flirting with the bright light of Bangkok before escaping to the sun-kissed coastline or the island’s escape. Clear Azure Waters East, Andaman coast to the west and the Gulf of Thailand along the east is the world’s best for diving, snorkeling, sailing, and fishing.
After the cash shipment and the tourist groups are preserved, many of Thailand’s beach areas are now a much broader mix of travelers, stylish boutique resorts, spas, clubs, and excellent restaurants. That you don’t think that a gentle brush doesn’t exist anymore, Thailand is still near abandoned beaches and distant islands too. It’s a safe, family-friendly country, the masses to see and do – and who needs an excuse for a beach break anyway?
In the direction of the south, the Gulf of Thailand is a hillside to shore, surrounded by powdered white sandy beaches, backed by mountains. The most accessible and popular are the family-friendly Hua Hin, whose exclusivity is due to the Thai reward of its custody.
Experience it yourself. Pranburi is quickly making the name itself well, with its clutch of cutting-edge and design-aware resorts. At sea, Ko Samui, the largest of about 80 islands forming the Samui archipelago, is a vital drawing and can be combined with visits to the neighboring Ko Phangan, infamous for its nothing-going full moon climbers, and Koh Tao, known as the dive Mecca.
Ko Nang Yuan
A short boat ride from Ko Tao’s northern tip is the image-perfect Ko Nang Yuan, gathering three kids together connected by mere sand, which can walk over a low rise. The device is unbelievable, both above and below sea level, so much to dive into trips and boat tours around the island, as well as Ko Samui and Ko Phangan all, converge here, somewhat of a pampering Idyll. In simple bungalows that have spread across three crops, only Nangyuan Island Dive Resort has the rights to operate here, because outside of the hotel B100 is just walking to the island.
Ao Hin Khok, Ko Samet
Nearly all the east sands of the beaches were running down the coast, eventually becoming more blocked on the island. The Bay of AO Hin Khok is separated from the busy hat SKI Kaew from a promontory rocky mark with a weathered mermaid inspired by the poetry of Sunthorn Phu. Travelers must stay here with the next Bay (AO Phai), which has a beautiful white sand space. Many of these activities are accelerating and imprisoned, grappling with snorkeling, sunbathing, and beach strolls.
Hat Kuat (Bottle Beach), Ko Phangan
Hat Kuat is the first of two Bayst, who deserves a search on the north coast. It is one of the island’s most beautiful and most lonely Bays and has its island scene that attracts many repetitive visitors. Steep mountains support the magnificent white sandy beach and, as elsewhere in Ko Phangan, most units are at the end of the budget. For many years, access to the road has not meant that the only entry point was the boat from Ao Chalok Lam. You can now rent a push and cruise through the island’s jungle landscape.
Hat Nai Thon, Phuket
The smallest is the Sirinat National Park with three beaches, and one of the most isolated on the island is the Hat Nai Thon, which, due to its position in the foothills of several high mountains, is harder to reach and requires a journey of the long and curvy road passing jungle and material r plantations. The beach is not entirely abandoned, but some sun rays are available for rent. NAT Thon is protected by wind and waves and offers excellent swimming and snorkeling along its rocky skullings that attract precious marine life year-round.
Hat Tham Phra Nang, Krabi
Without a doubt, the most beautiful beach in Railay Bay of Thailand is Hat Tham Phra Nang, where the quirky and ultra-high Rayavadee Resort occupies a privileged position. Set amidst 11 hectares of coconut trees and surrounded by limestone cliffs by Railay Bay. Tham Phra Nang is endowed with softer white sands, clear turquoise waters and beautiful coral reefs on the high seas. Although staying at the Rayavadee gives you the most direct access to this beach. Many day hikers from Railway West and Railway East flock to Tham Phra Nang for sunbathing, swimming and diving. Our local experts will help you get away from the crowds on our Krabi Beach Escape vacation.
Ao Lo Dalam, Ko Phi Phi
AO Lo Dalam is a quieter and summery bay, located opposite the island’s main Beach (Ao Ton Sai) and only a few minutes walk away. What makes it even more comfortable is that after the 2004 tsunami, the reconstruction of Ao Lo Dalam has been slower than Ao Ton got. You will find a lonely feel, especially compared to its ferry-full neighbor.