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6 Best Beaches in Thailand – A Paradise Each!

It is no secret to the rest of the world that Thailand has its collection of pretty beaches, each making up a paradise of its own. And that it is quite easy to find these magical beaches all over the country whether you are in the north or the south. Here are some unconventional beaches.


Railay Beach – Krabi

Railay Beach is a small peninsula that is made up of four beaches. It is located just a little bit south of Ao Nang Beach and makes for a very extraordinary and tranquil location. The beach is made up of powdery white sands and is only accessible by boat, thus making it a secluded place cut off from the usual droves of people. However, Railay Beach has recently started making its way into many lists and more tourists are coming looking for it.


Phra Nang Beach – Krabi

Phra Nang Beach belongs to the Railay peninsula and is a 450-metre long strip of sand on Railey Bay. It is one of the busier beaches in Railay Bay, especially during the high season in Thailand that runs from November to April. The soft sand is one of the more beloved things about this beach as well as it is a safe location for sea bathing thanks to being sheltered. It is bedecked in two islands, plenty of interesting caves and a coral reef.


Karon Beach – Phuket

Phuket's longest beach, Karon Beach is about 5 km long and overlooks the spectacular Andaman Sea. There are very few waves from November to April is the high season and the waters are crystal clear, making this beach a popular go-to destination for any and every beach lover. You can also explore the Phuket Marine Biological Centre which looks after the sea turtle nesting ground located on Karon Beach.


Phi Phi Don – Koh Phi Phi

Located south of Krabi, Koh Phi Phi is a marine national park and one of the most distinct and memorable beaches in Thailand. Phi Phi Don which is the larger of the islands is made up of sheer limestone cliffs and fine sandy beaches. Keep in mind that no cars are allowed on the islands. But they are great for exploring by either a hike or a longtail boat.


Chaweng – Koh Samui

You wouldn't expect to find a beautiful and breath-taking beach in Koh Samui's biggest and busiest town, but that is precisely what Chaweng Beach is. It is not just a pretty beach but a place that has a thriving and vibrant nightlife in the form of sophisticated cocktail lounges to luxurious beachside establishments. The town's bars and nightclubs revolve around the famous Green Mango strip that makes up the axis towards which people gravitate when in Koh Samui and are looking for a good time.


Pattaya Beach – Pattaya

Not considered among the crowning beaches in Thailand's glory, the advantage of Pattaya Beach is how close it is to Bangkok. You can head out for breakfast at one of the best restaurants in Sukhumvit, go for a nice beach day in Pattaya and be back at your hotel the likes of Maitria Hotels & Residences by that same evening.

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