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Top Beaches in Thailand

Beaches in Thailand

There is no doubt that the kingdom of Thailand has some of the best beaches in the region, if not the world. White or golden sand, set against turquoise blue or green water against a backdrop of towering cliffs or palms.

This really is a Hollywood rendition of the beach paradise, but in Thailand it is a reality. Clearly Thailand�s islands offer some of the best beaches in the country, although there are some wonderful places to visit on the mainland.

Phuket's Patong Beach, Kata Beach and Karon Beach are delightful, as are the beaches of Hua Hin and Cha-am. However, the island beaches remain a firm global favourite.

Krabi's Ao Nang Beach, Railay Beach and also Koh Samui's Chaweng Beach, Lamai Beach, beaches are now as renowned worldwide. Most beaches offer a range of �beach-based� activities � scuba diving, snorkelling, windsurfing - all available for a moderate cost.

In addition, from many beaches you can go on tours of local islands and even embark on �liveabord� trips. However, Beaches are not only places for beach-based recreation, they are also centres of entertainment, the world famous Pattaya Beach possibly the best example of how beaches can turn into entertainment centres.

 
Patong Beach Phuket

Patong Beach Phuket

Patong Beach is the most popular and well-developed beach on Phuket Island. Long recognized as one of the world's Top 10 diving sites, Phuket is now Thailand's most important tourist destination, offering a variety of beaches, attractions and exciting night life.

 
Railay Beach Krabi

Railay Beach Krabi

Railay is a marvelous bay beach with plenty of beach accommodation, there are no beach villa or a beach village but some discount and budget hotels. At the Island off Railay beach are also some low priced hotels and beach resorts. The luxury hotels at Railay, Ao Nang and Krabi in general are mostly north of Railay beach.

 
Koh Phi Phi Beaches Krabi

Koh Phi Phi Beaches Krabi

Phi Phi Islands are charming small twin islands located in the Andaman Sea, the south of Thailand at an equal distance from both Krabi and Phuket, about 40 kilometers. Made up of six small and large isles, the main features are sheer limestone cliff and rock. Some offer beautiful beaches and coral reefs. The best time for a visit is between November and April.

 
Ao Nang Beach Krabi

Ao Nang Beach Krabi

Ao Nang beach is a scenic bay - white sandy beach stretches to the foot of a conspicuously prominent limestone range. Set in lush tropical gardens and surrounded by coconut trees, the Ao Nang beach offers some of the most dramatic coastal scenery in the world - sandy beaches, abundant marine life, live coral and great underwater visibility nearby.

 
Klong Dao Beach Koh Lanta

Klong Dao Beach Koh Lanta

The most popular beach in Koh Lanta, Klong Dao Beach was a virgin paradise ten years ago. Known all over Thailand for its unrivalled sunsets, this beach has attracted the highest number of upmarket hotels and resorts and has more services than any other beach. Even more people know about this beach, you can actually find yourself doing some thinking alone on the beach if you care enough to blot out the crowd.

 
White Sand Beach Koh Chang

White Sand Beach Koh Chang

Koh Chang is the 2nd largest Thai island, named Elephant Island because it is said to resemble the profile of an elephant. Koh Chang is situated some 330 km East of Bangkok in the province of Trat and is some 40 kilometres long and 16 kilometres wide The island comprises of 70% rainforest, rugged high peaks and steep cliffs set off by gently shelving white sand beaches.

 
Ao Kiew Beach Koh Samet

Ao Kiew Beach Koh Samet

Ao Kiew is an exotic beach located in Ko Samet Island. This bay is a perfect secluded den for those planning to keep their distance from the busy, crowded beaches and vibrant nightlife. From Ao Kiew Nok, visitors can actually walk to Ao Kiew Nai which is the ideal spot to see the spectacular sun rise and sun set.

 
Khao Lak Beach Phang Nga

Khao Lak Beach Phang Nga

The beach at Khao Lak has been developed into a refuge for nature lovers and tourists seeking a peaceful, quiet resort area. The viewpoint at the KM 57.2 marker on highway 4 offers a fantastic view: A goldenbeige ribbon of sand, picturesquely interspersed by some rocky outcrops, divides the blue waters of the Andaman Sea from lush green palm groves.

 
Karon Beach Phuket

Karon Beach Phuket

Karon Beach is very long, 5km (3 miles), with fine white sand that squeaks when you walk on it throughout its entire length. At the north end, in front of the lake, the beach is usually deserted, making it a great spot to go if you want the beach to yourself. Karon has many resorts and restaurants that run along the beach road (Patak Road West) and also has a small bar scene.

 
Kata Beach Phuket

Kata Beach Phuket

The next beach south of Karon is Kata Beach, which is also known as Kata Bay. Kata beach is much smaller than Karon Beach, but every bit as beautiful with lush white sand and lovely trees that provide shade and a nice area to relax in. Kata has a very laid back feel and is the place to be if you like to kick back on the deck chairs or chill out in the shade.

 
Lamai Beach Koh Samui

Lamai Beach Koh Samui

In recent years Lamai has upgraded its image and now is a much cleaner and fun town and much more family friendly. The beach itself is about 20 metres in width most of the way along and reaches about 2 kilometres. The sand is golden and warm and the entire beach is fringed with palm trees. The water at Lamai beach is a little deeper than the neighbouring Chaweng.

 
Haad Rin Beach Koh Phangan

Haad Rin Beach Koh Phangan

Had Rin is actually comprised of two popular beaches, Rin Nai beach on the west side of the peninsula and Rin Nok on the east side. From Rin Nai beach you can see Koh Samui very clearly. This is also a great place to catch the sunset. On the beach of Rin Nok is Bang Rak pier where the ferryboats from Koh south Samui arrive and leave daily. Rin Nok beach is well known among Thai as well as the foreigner tourist for its �Full Moon Party�.

 
Chaweng Beach Koh Samui

Chaweng Beach Koh Samui

The beach offers great swimming and plenty of water sports, dining and accommodation options. In both the summer and winter high seasons, Chaweng Beach is packed with sun-seekers soaking up the rays and has a fun, holiday atmosphere. Everything one could desire is within a few metres of your sunbed - from cold drinks and snacks to massages, making it a great option for lazing away the day in comfort.

 
Hua Hin Beach

Hua Hin Beach

Hua Hin beach stretches some 7 kilometers from the town center to Khao Takiab. It remains little developed compared to other Thai resorts and considering its size you can always find a quiet little spot. For those who are a little more adventurous, pony rides can be taken and for those simply wanting to relax there are plenty of deck chairs, sun loungers and beach umbrellas available for a small hourly charge.

 
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