Krabi

A long coastline, soft sandy beaches, a cool breeze and mighty limestone cliffs make for the perfect combination of sun, sand and sea. Stop in at Ao Nang, Krabi's most famous beach, or sunbathe, dive, and snorkel at Phra Nang Cave Beach.

AO NANG

A seemingly never-ending coastline, soft caramel-hued sand, cool sea breeze, and towering limestone cliffs make Ao Nang the signature beach in Krabi. Not just a scenic spot, this beach is also a hub for travel to nearby islands. With its wide array of choices in accommodation, restaurants, and bars, Ao Nang is quite a popular attraction among globe-trotters.

PHRA NANG CAVE BEACH

Phra Nang Cave Beach is a pristine beach that can only be reached by boat. It is ideal for sun-bathing and makes a great spot for swimmers. Other activities here include diving, snorkelling, hiking, and rock-climbing. You could also witness local fishermen and boatmen leave offerings at this cave to ensure smooth travel on the sea.

Phuket

They say the best therapy is beach therapy and Phuket's beaches stand testament to this! With so many beautiful beach options here, it would be a crime to settle with just one. From the bustling Patong to the remote stretch of sands in the north, Phuket has everything for the sun, sand and sea lovers.

Patong Beach

The entire atmosphere at Patong just chants one thing 'mai pen rai' or 'don't worry, be happy'. The sandy white stretch of Phuket's first beach has bars, restaurants, water sports, dusk-to-dawn parties and everything associated with the word fun. Be it party goers or happy families, everyone will find a piece of Patong they can call their own.

Ko He Coral Island

What to expect here? Exactly what the name suggests, unspoiled coral reefs, exciting snorkeling options and miles of white sandy beaches! Just off the southern shore of Panwa Cape, this is the place your heart and soul will crave for long before you've returned home.

Kata Karon Viewpoint

Locally known as the Khao Saam Haad or the Hill of the Three Beaches, this viewpoint has 360 degrees of sheer beauty. While a glance to the south provides impressive views of the Andaman Sea, the north steals the show with an enchanting eight-kilometre vista of the three west coast beaches, namely Kata Noi, Kata and Karon.

Koh Samui

The coastline of Koh Samui is almost completely covered in beaches. There are beaches for partying hard with a bunch of tourists, and there are beaches you may have to yourself and to your thoughts. The entire island can be explored on a moped, so it won’t be too hard to find a spot on the sand somewhere your mood demands for. Bordered by swaying coconut trees and the Gulf of Thailand, Koh Samui beaches are famous for their white sand and crystal clear waters. Whatever you want from a day (and night) at the beach, you shall find here.

Lamai Beach

Lamai Beach rests in a relatively quiet surrounding, with tourist attractions that date years in the past. It has a sit-back-and-relax vibe about it, with countless options available for accommodation, dining and shopping. While the place has an old world charm going strong for years, there is talk of it blossoming into a high-end tourist spot soon. As of now, you have the bustling markets, the massage stops, and cheap food spread out across the beach.

Chaweng Beach

This lively beach has attracted an entire township around its shores. The centre of all the happening parties, nightlife on this beach lives up to its hype always. The place is busy, it is big, and it offers the widest choice in accommodation and restaurants. The main strip of Chaweng is around three kilometres long, and there are several noted pubs and clubs thronged by revellers. Green Mango Strip is the centre of all attention, with many smaller activities springing up gradually.

Bophut Beach

One of the oldest areas in Koh Samui, Bophut Beach has gained a reputation that rivals that of Koh Samui. It has a strong French influence, and is quietly elegant with well-preserved old wooden Chinese shops and a few modern buildings to match the Mediterranean tone. There are several high-end boutique shops which sell jewellery and quality clothes, plus dive shops that offer scuba lessons and day-dives around Ang Thong Marine Park, Sail Rock, and Koh Tao Island. For the more adventurous souls, there are tours to secret spots near the island, jeep rides to places with difficult accessibility, elephant rides, and fishing trips with local fishermen.

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