We could write lines and lines to talk about the beaches of Asia. In each Asian country, we find places to get lost and disconnect, of great natural beauty, more or less visited and overcrowded, which delight the most demanding visitor. And those we have yet to discover.
That’s why we wanted to make a compilation of beaches that go beyond the typical, natural paradises outside mass tourism, beaches discovered by friends travelers or by ourselves who have been placed among our favorites.
WHICH BEACHES DO YOU WANT TO KNOW?
THE BEST BEACHES IN THAILAND
Undoubtedly the first thing that comes to mind when we think of Thailand is its spectacular beaches.
Crystal clear waters, white sand, palm trees, and coconut palms or luxury resorts are some of the wonders we will find when we visit them.
Thailand is going to offer all kinds of beaches. The most touristic, with a great atmosphere by day and night, or if we like to walk, we can find hidden jewels outside mass tourism, where we can isolate ourselves from the rest of the world.
TON SAI BEACH IN KRABI
Ton Sai is one of those jewels to be discovered, a quiet and little-overcrowded beach, as getting it is not easy. We can access through Long Tail, small boats that will bring us closer to the shore, or if you prefer to walk, through a walk of about an hour and a half through a spectacular forest.
One of the favorite places for climbers because of the vertical walls that surround the beach. An ideal place to get away from the worldly noise. One of our travelers tells us more about Tonsai Beach.
RAILAY IN KRABI
Railay is actually a peninsula with four wonderful beaches including Phra Nang, located in the south of the peninsula. It has all the ingredients of a perfect beach: soft sand, crystalline and shallow waters, coral reefs and undiscovered caves.
A must-see stop if you like climbing, here you’ll find some of Thailand’s most picturesque and impressive stone cliffs.
Krabi is a spectacular place with countless beaches perfect for practicing all kinds of water sports, one of the places you must visit to mix activities and relaxation.
KOH TAO BEACHES
Koh Tao is an island located on the east coast of Thailand. Very appreciated by divers and sportsmen to begin in the world of the diving.
We will find three main beaches: Mae Haad Beach, Sairee Beach and Chalok Baan Kao. Although they are very visited by tourists, if we like to walk we will also find quieter beaches and less crowded.
Learn more about the beaches of Koh Tao
WHITE SAND BEACH EN KO CHANG
Just 300 km from Bangkok we find this beach whose name means “white sand”, which gives us an idea of what we will find as soon as we arrive.
An alternative destination to the most touristic and overcrowded areas, as well as economic, so it becomes a great option when choosing a destination where to end our journey.
Did you know that Ko Chang is also known as the elephant island because of its silhouette from the sky?
KLONG DAO BEACH EN KOH LANTA
Koh Lanta is a small island south of Krabi and Phuket that breathes peace and tranquility because it is somewhat more isolated than other islands.
Klong Dao is one of the most popular beaches of this island, with an incomparable sunset, white sand, and crystal clear waters. Although it has more services than any other beach, it is far from being a crowded area, preserving that tranquility characteristic of the island.