Top 10 Beaches In Thailand You Will Love
Home to some of the most exquisite Asian culture, Thailand is the beloved destination of lovers of white beaches. The sight of pristine white sand on a moonlit night is unparalleled and beaches in Thailand literally spell paradise in all its visual glory.
The beaches in Thailand are best enjoyed not as a tourist, but more as a local resident who consider them to be integral parts of their lives. Looking for an authentic Thai experience? Book and accommodation with HeyBnb – your one stop destination vacation rentals. Not only will you get to savor Thailand in all its native ambiance as well as get to stay at a location of your choice (even close to the beaches!), staying with a local host is also one of the best ways to explore all the hidden destinations only a few locals have access to.
This summer, if you are thinking beaches, think Thailand. We will tell you about the ten best beaches you wouldn’t want to return home from!
Main Beach, Ko Kradan
From the limestone outcrops in the middle of the sea looking like the spine of a dragon to a three-hour kayaking ride covering the entire island, Ko Kradan is as gorgeous as it gets. A beautiful fifty-meter long coral reef running around the two-kilometer long pearly white beach, this is one of the best places to go snorkeling!
Chaweng, Koh Samui
One of the busiest beaches in Thailand, Koi Samui beauty is not affected by the massive crowd during tourist seasons. The tall palms forming an arc over the golden sandy line is a treat for the eyes, especially during a sunrise!
Maya Bay, Koh Phi Phi Ley
One of the best backpacking destinations, Maya Bay is nestled in the lap of surrounding cliffs which makes for an almost unbeatable visual treat. Housing a national park, this beauty also made for the iconic locations of Leonardo Di Caprio’s ‘The Beach’!
Railay Beach (west), Krabi
Want to go rock-climbing on a beach? Head straight to the Railey Beach, surrounded by limestone cliffs. The amazing feeling of being isolated from the world follows you around in the locale, which makes this one of the best places for your long-deserved break!
Kata Beach, Phuket
Another great place to rejuvenate is the Kata Beach, located well away from the hustle and bustle of Phuket. One of the best places to surf in the country, you can spend hours lying under one of the palm trees staring at the skyline.
Haad Rin, Koh Pha Ngan
Haad Rin is a stunner, being located on a peninsula which enables you to catch some of the gorgeous sunrise an sunsets on the beach. Not to forget, the very popular Moon Light Parties are held so you know where your next party destination is too!
Hat Pramong, Ko Lipe
Also known as the Sunset Beach, make sure you catch one of the life-changing sunset views here. One of the few beaches not marred by resorts and high-rise hotels, this is also a great place to stay for all those local indulges.
Sairee Beach, Koh Tao
A haven for divers, Sairee makes for great scenery with islands dotting the horizon. Sairee is another one of the reclusive beaches and has some awesome ferry trips to the b=nearby islands.
Koh Libong, Trang
One of the most unexplored beaches, Trang can be explored in a ferry – a trip you won’t forget in a long, long time! This is also one off the best beaches to catch a glimpse of some charming aquatic life, including the endangered dugongs.
Koh Nang Yuan, Surat Thani Province
Another destination for divers, Koh Nang Yuan has the awesome Nang Yuan Diving Resort which plans unbeatable dicing excursions. You can even indulge in a fifteen-minute walk to the highest point on the island, a jaw-dropper of a locale!
With summers knocking on your doors, shed some clothes and head to a Thai beach, the pearly white sand, the lush blue water and an even more deliciously blue sky – you cannot get closer to nature than the exotic beaches in Thailand. Being one of the most popular tourist destination, Thailand gives a diverse dose of scenery – from the seas to the jungle – all in one place!