1. Nai Harn Beach
Tucked between green hills and tiny islands, Nai Harn Beach is one of the popular beach destinations in Thailand. Nai Harn’s fine sand and clear blue water could match other beaches within the country and the place is great for swimming from November to April. Only a few hotels and shops are established in Nai Harn, making this beach an excellent option for those who prefer a tranquil and serene place to stay.
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2. Phra Nang Beach
Phra Nang Beach is considered one of the finest beaches in the world because of its wide stretch of white sand beach and majestic cliffs...
With its soft, powdery sand and crystal blue waters, this remote island has been named as the “Perfect Beach” by the National Geographic Travelers’s list in 2012. The island has around 25% of the world’s tropical beach species and such vibrant aquatic life also made Koh Lipe one of the best diving and snorkeling spots in the region.
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6. Laem Tong Beach
Laem Tong Beach is considered as Koh Phi Phi’s most secluded and exclusive beach resort that is ideal for tourists who prefer a quiet and relaxing getaway. While it also offers diving and snorkeling activities, the area’s warm flat water and consistent wind made it a windsurfing destination.
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7. Thongtakian Beach
This small beach is surrounded by cliffs and boulders of different shapes and sizes. Thongtakian’s scenery, coupled with its fine soft sand, green shrubs and palm trees all sum up to the area’s relaxing and breathtaking views in Samui. The waters are also crystal clear and teeming with fishes, making the place suitable for snorkeling...
Ko Yao Noi
Ko Yao Noi could be considered as the perfect secluded beach getaway for travelers who desire to visit a peaceful paradise in Thailand. As one of Thailand’s last unspoiled islands locals and foreigners alike share the same sentiment of protecting Ko Yao Noi’s natural beauty of fine white sands, jungle and hills and other photogenic landscapes. Top Yao Noi activities would include diving, snorkeling and kayaking. The beach also houses a yoga retreat and a Muay Thai boxing training camp.
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10. Hua Hin Beach
Merged cultural and natural attractions made Hua Hin Beach distinctive among other beaches in Thailand. Summer residences of Thai aristocrats are renovated and opened to the public to provide an interesting mix of the modern city and the sea with its ambience. The beach’s location, clear and shallow waters made it one of the most accessible and family friendly beaches in the country. Water sports and tempting dishes are also offered by various establishments that are situated within Hua Hin’s long stretch of fine sand.
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