Owning about 8,000 islands, large and small, Thailand is known as a famous resort paradise with beautiful beaches, attracting many tourists.
1. Phra Nang, Krabi:
Phra Nang is one of the most visited beaches in the world. Guests have many ways to enjoy their holiday here such as kayaking, swimming on the colorful coral reef … In addition, you will be able to try the typical Thai food and drinks right at the Floating kitchen spread along the coast.
2. Sunset – Sunrise, Koh Lipe:
Located on the southernmost island of Thailand, Koh Lipe has 3 main beaches: Pattaya, Sunrise and Sunset. Pattaya is the place with the largest length, attracting with vibrant parties at night. Sunrise Beach faces east, protected by a shallow bay.
At Sunset Beach, visitors will have two great ways to enjoy the sunset as relaxing on a hammock by the shore or sitting on high rocks to watch the sunset.
3. Sai Nuan – Sairee, Koh Tao:
Koh Tao (or Turtle Island) is known to be home to about a quarter of tropical fish in the world. Sai Nuan Beach does not tend to develop modern tourism like many other places. Tourists come here often enjoy snorkeling beside the sea turtles.
The nearby Sairee Beach is bustling with bars, decorated with splendid lighting and lit a fire on the long sandy beaches for late night parties.
4. Chai, Koh Phangan:
This is one of the pristine beaches, is appreciated to experience in Koh Phangan. You can hire a taxi from Chaloklum, make a 2-hour journey to get to this place. After about 30 minutes on foot, visitors will have the opportunity to see the whole island right after the eastern restaurant on the beach.
5. Lamai, Koh Samui:
Lamai is a great suggestion for families who are looking for a peaceful, green beach. This is the island’s second largest resort area, offering a more affordable service than other locations. For more advanced resorts, guests have the opportunity to participate in water sports and enjoy massage services.
6. Maya Bay, Koh Phi Phi:
Maya Bay is famous for its towering limestone cliffs, clear blue water and abundant marine life. However, this beach has been forced to close since 2018 due to overcrowding of tourists and time spent recovering coral reefs. Local authorities are considering to bring this tourist site back to operation in 2021.
7. Long beach, Koh Lanta:
Koh Lanta is an island in Karbi province, located in southern Thailand. In contrast to the hustle and bustle of life, this place possesses beautiful and peaceful natural scenery. The beach is less than an hour’s drive away from the caves and waterfalls of the famous Mu Koh Lanta National Park.