Top 12 Most Beautiful Beaches in Thailand

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Thailand boasts an abundance of beautiful beaches, with large sections of beachfront throughout both the Andaman Sea and the Gulf Coast, as well as over 1,400 islands and islets. The country is generally regarded to have some of the most stunning beaches in the world; here are 12 of the most magnificent to add to your bucket list.

1 Thu Bui

Railay Beach

Railay Beach, one of Thailand's top attractions, is only accessible by longtail boat due to its location on a small peninsula, but the trip is well worth it. The beach's smooth white sand is merely one aspect of the experience. Railay Beach is bordered by limestone monoliths, tropical sceneries, and lagoon-like swimming spots.


Railay Beach is made up of multiple smaller beaches that are all close together. This stretch of shore is ideal for mixing typical beach time with island exploring.The luxurious accommodations at Rayavadee Resort and Bhu Nga Thani Resort and Spa immerse you in nature, with beautiful gardens, intricate pools, and views of the beach even when you return to your room to unwind.

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2 Thu Bui

Nai Harn Beach

Despite the fact that Nai Harn Beach can get rather busy, it is still one of Thailand's most popular beaches. The beach, which is located on Phuket, is noted for its crystal blue water, white sand, and gentle waves that are ideal for swimming.

The beach is one of the most popular due to its regular climatic and weather conditions, which make it appropriate for year-round visitation. It's easy to spend an entire day at the beach thanks to nearby eateries and local food vendors. The beach is within walking distance of several resorts, including the Navatara Phuket Resort, The Nai Harn, and Sunsuri Phuket.


Location: Phuket

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3 Thu Bui

Haad Rin

Haad Rin Beach is one of the most popular of the little island of Koh Phangan's almost 30 beaches. A stunning beach day is made possible by the vast stretch of white sand and azure ocean flanked by coconut trees and cliffs. The beach is often a bustling scene, with people swimming and playing volleyball on the sand, as well as holidaymakers participating in water sports like as jet skiing and kayaking.

Nearby hotel options include private villas at Anantara Rasananda Koh Phangan Villas, full-service resorts such as the Santhiya Koh Phangan Resort & Spa, and even beach hostels for those on a strict budget. Outside of monthly full-moon events, when the area can become rather crowded with youthful beachgoers, the ideal time to visit is during the day.


Location: Koh Phangan

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4 Thu Bui

Phra Nang Cave Beach

Visit the Phra Nang Cave Beach in Krabi Province, southern Thailand, for a beach surrounded by a gorgeous environment and outdoor activity that few others can equal. Characterized by outcroppings of rocks that are famous for rock climbing, the shallow water of this beach makes it a preferred destination for visitors and families looking for calmer areas to swim. It can get crowded at times, yet it is one of Thailand's most unique beaches.

Stay at a resort like the Rayavadee Resort for a more secluded beach experience, which secludes guests in the forest environs and has a low-profile pool and beach area. Short walks along the shore lead through caverns and provide views of the surrounding countryside. To keep cool in the heat, try some fresh fruit from a floating vendor. May and October are the best months to visit for good weather and fewer crowds. The high season lasts from November through April.


Location: Krabi Province

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5 Thu Bui

Maya Bay

Maya Bay on Koh Phi Phi, one of the world's most beautiful islands, is encircled nearly entirely by massive limestone monoliths. The aerial view of the beach demonstrates why this place was chosen as the setting for Leonardo DiCaprio's film The Beach. Even though it is likely to be packed with guests and longtail boats when you go, the steep hills that surround the sea make it feel like a private sanctuary.


Because the bay is a vast reef, you will observe numerous tropical fish - snorkeling is a favorite activity here. The optimum time to visit is during the peak tourist season, which runs from November to April and when the seas are calm. Unless you wish to remain in Phuket and take the ferry to the island, you can stay along the bay at the SAii Phi Phi Island Village or Paradise Pearl Bungalows for a modest national park entry fee.


Location: Koh Phi Phi

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6 Thu Bui

Pattaya Beach

Pattaya Beach, a renowned tourist beach on Thailand's Gulf coast, is about an hour south of all the attractions in Bangkok. The most prominent feature is the hillside temple perched above the sand. The once-fishing community has been transformed with resorts and commerce. Among them are large establishments such as the creative Renaissance Pattaya Resort & Spa and the fashionable Royal Wing Suites & Spa.


This is an excellent beach for water sports such as parasailing and Jet Skiing, which are not available on smaller beaches. Pattaya Beach, like other beaches near Bangkok, can get busy at times but is still great if you prefer wandering along the crescent coastline or promenade area. Pattaya Beach is best visited between March and May, when the weather is usually pleasant but there are fewer people.

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7 Thu Bui

Chaweng Noi Beach

The famed beach of Chaweng on the island of Koh Samui can get very crowded, which is why Chaweng Noi, a smaller and more quiet counterpart down the coast, is a great option. This beach is ideal for a day of relaxation away from the throng due to its shallow water, calm surf, and peaceful coastline.

Lunch can be had at one of the numerous little beach restaurants with tables in the sand, or you can relax with an ocean-front massage from a local vendor. Luxury resorts along the beach, such as Sandalwood Luxury Villas and Bo Phut Resort & Spa, make you feel like you're on your own own island. If you travel between late December and April, you will get the greatest beach weather on the island.


Location: Koh Samui

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8 Thu Bui

Freedom Beach

Spend the day lounging or snorkeling in the pristine waters of Phuket's Freedom Beach. Because the coastline is difficult to reach by land, it is advisable to take a longtail boat from Patong. You should be informed that there is a little entrance fee, but the vista is well worth it.

If you're up for a little hike, the Avista Hideaway Hotel provides a modest trail to the beach. Freedom Beach is representative of the lovely, untouched beach scene that visitors to sunny Thailand expect to see. The months of December through February are ideal for a visit.


Location: Phuket

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9 Thu Bui

Bottle Beach

Bottle Beach, like other prominent beaches in Thailand, can get busy during peak tourist season, but for good reason. It's wild and gorgeous in its natural state. This beach, on the other hand, can be practically solitary and serene at times. Because most visitors come here for day vacations, staying overnight allows you to have the beach almost entirely to yourself in the early morning.


You can stay in a beach hut at Bottle Beach 1 Resort, but most guests stay on the island's east coast in full-service accommodations like Buri Rasa Koh Phangan or Panviman Resort and take a longtail boat to the beach. In between dips in the warm sea, small huts and shacks on the beach provide protection from the Thailand sun.


Location: Koh Phangan

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10 Thu Bui

Ao Prao Beach

There are 14 white-sand beaches on Ko Samet, so there are lots of options, but Ao Prao Beach is one of the nicest. Because of the jewel-toned sea and fine white sand, the area is a popular weekend getaway for Bangkok residents. Another fantastic beach for families, tourists may swim in calm seas during the day and dine on local seafood at a beachside restaurant at night.

There are several high-end resorts to choose from, including luxury beachfront villas at Paradee Resort and comfy cottages with spa amenities at Le Vimarn Cottages & Spa. The weather at Ao Prao Beach is generally pleasant all year, but the ideal months to come are October through February, when the weather is milder.


Location: Ko Samet

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11 Thu Bui

Sairee Beach

Sairee Beach on the little island of Ko Tao has one of the best views of a stunning Thailand sunset. This is the island's most happening spot, with a plethora of restaurants and water sports such as diving and snorkeling. The long, narrow beach is ideal for walking and offers unimpeded views of the sunrise and sunset, making it a favorite photography location.

This is also the primary lodging area on the entire island. Rooms at The Tarna Align Resort, for example, are intended to provide a spectacular view of the sunsets. From February through September, Sairee Beach is great for a visit.


Location: Ko Tao

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12 Thu Bui

Hua Hin Beach

Hua Hin's four kilometers of sandy coastline offers something for everyone, including family-friendly activities like banana boats and pony rides, excellent windsurfing and parasailing schools, and sun loungers and umbrellas as far as the eye can see. Hua Hin Beach has a more laid-back attitude than other Thai beach locations, attracting visitors seeking rest and leisure.


The little, palm-fringed Suan Son Beach is located at the extreme end of Hua Hin Beach, behind Khao Takiap hill. For those looking for a day trip, the gorgeous Sam Roi Yot National Park is not far from Hua Hin and is home to Laem Sala Beach, an isolated length of beach that is difficult to access but always serene with stunning ocean views.


There are numerous attractions to visit in Hua Hin and along the shore, including restaurants, world-class golf courses, and numerous shopping malls. Hua Hin also includes a number of high-end resorts and luxury lodgings, such the InterContinental Hua Hin Resort, which has 119 guest rooms and suites as well as a private beachfront, and the exclusive V Villas Hua Hin, which has private villas, infinity pools, and a private beach.

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