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Top 10 Hidden Beaches in Thailand – Here are the ones you've not heard of!

Most of Thailand's breath-taking beaches are overflowing with tourist, which makes it hard to fully enjoy beauty of the serene landscapes. Here are 10 less popular beaches in Thailand that are often overlooked by tourists.


Sunset beach

Located on the south of the Koh Lipe island of Thailand, Sunset beach is somewhat well known by tourists unlike some of the other beaches on the list but it attracts fewer visitors than Pattaya beach, which is located on the western coast of the island and attracts hordes of partygoers. The white sandy beaches and the crystal-clear waters of Sunset beach are ideal for relaxing and it boast stunning views of the sunset as the name of the beach implies.


Tubkaak Beach

Even though the Krabi province attracts a lot of tourists the Tubkaak beach is surprisingly very secluded and is not a hotspot for people who visit the province. The white sandy beach strip is very long and is surrounded by the Hang Nak forest, making it an amazing location to enjoy the sunset.


Bamboo Island

Located on the Krabi province this beach is very private and offers its visitors a relaxing ambinece. While the surrounding beaches are quite noisy and overflowing with beach lovers, Bamboo island is very quiet. Its clear blue waters are perfect for swimming and enjoying some quiet time.


Koh Rok

Located between Koh Libong, Koh Lanta, Muk and Kradan in the Andaman sea, Koh Rok is a secluded beach in the Trang province that will make you re-think your idea of paradise. Koh Rok's waters are a gold mine for snorkelling which offers its visitors the chance to see eels, angelfish, sea snakes, sea turtles and an amazing variety of corals.


Kluai Beach

Klaui beach is located on the Koh Kood island, one of Thailand's largest islands can be accessed via Sukhumvit road; Thailand's largest road that spans across the southern coastal line. Visitors looking for accommodation will find Chatrium Hotels & Residences as an ideal hotel in Sukhumvit to plan their next moves or take a break to recuperate and enjoy a meal. Seaweeds decorate the shore of Klaui beach giving it a very tropical and private vibe that immediately puts your mind at ease.


Thong Nai Pan

The Haad Rin beach in Koh Phangan province is most famous for their Full Moon parties but the northern part of the province is where you'll find Thong Nai Pan which is the extreme opposite. Although there are more hotels, restaurants and bars close to Thong Nai Pan, it's still an ideal place to enjoy the sunset in peace. Thong Nai Pan also has a waterfall and what more can you ask for?


Koh Phra Thong

Compared to most beaches in Thailand that are overflowing with greenery and thick bushy tree's, the Koh Phra Thong beach has long grass and sand dunes, similar to that of an African Savannah. The beach which spans 15 kilometres, is an ideal place for snorkelling and birdwatching. The beach arches out as a bay making it ideal for swimming too.


Koh Lao Liang Phi

Located in the Trang province this beach has large limestone cliffs that tower over the white sandy beaches and coral reefs can be seen clearly through the beach's crystal clear waters. Getting here isn't as easy as some of the other beaches but shouldn't be too hard if you ask some of the locals for help.


Son Bay

Although Son Bay located in Koh Tarutao is not scenic and beautiful compared to most of the beaches in Thailand; it's a good place to see sea turtles which come ashore to lay eggs. The island is made up of beautiful mountains and thick jungles and the western part of the island is filled with mangroves, caves and swamps.


Ao Yai

Although Koh Phayam has been gaining popularity with tourist this beach never gets crowded. Spanning 3 kilometres and having white sandy shores Ao Yai is easily one of the most beautiful beach that Koh Phayam has to offer. The loaction of Ao Yai makes it a great place to enjoy the sunset and long beach walks.