Phukets Secret Beaches Phukets Secret Beaches

Phukets Secret Beaches


Phukets Secret Beaches

Tim Sargeant - writing for The Pavilions Phuket
Tim Sargeant
11 Sep 2018

Thailand is known for its infinite beauty of nature and Phuket is not an exception. The Islands coast is outlined with stunning beaches, a reason why travellers come and fall in love with Phuket. Besides the popular beaches that attract the majority of visitors, Phuket is home to several secluded beaches which have remained a well kept secret until now! The Pavilions Phuket uncovers the hidden gems of Phuket's secret and secluded beaches. 


Banana Beach

'Banana Beach', also known as Banana Rock Beach, is located above the Thalang area and features over 180 meters of white sand, with very clear water. When the tide is high, waves reach up to the tree line, and the beach hides under water, so keep note of the tides. The best time to visit is between November and May.


Banana Beach at Phuket


Yae Beach

'Yae Beach' is slightly bigger than Banana Beach but not any less stunning. It lies five kilometres north of Patong, and its secluded location promises a peaceful atmosphere. Although it might not be the best place for swimming as there are many rocks, however, we believe it as one of the top locations to enjoy the sunset in relative privacy.


Paradise Beach

'Paradise Beach' is the smallest one from those so far mentioned, but it is indeed worth the visit. It is situated next to the Patong Beach, down a steep dirt road, but once you have arrived and it offers a mesmerising view of Patong Bay. About a hundred meters out, visitors can spot coral reefs with beautiful fauna and flora. There is also a beach club there, appropriately named ‘Paradise Beach Phuket’.


Paradise Beach at Phuket


Nui Beach

'Nui Beach' is one of the most dazzling secret beaches in Phuket. It is surrounded by boulders and situated a couple of kilometres away from the Kata-Karon viewpoint through the jungle. The presence of the Water Beach Club promises that the beach is always clean and there are always many fun activities for travellers, such as snorkelling, beach volleyball, kayaking and even a spa.


Laem Singh

Last but not least, 'Laem Singh' Beach is hidden between Kamala and Surin beaches on the west coast of the Phuket Island. The southern part of the beach is excellent for snorkelling and swimming, and the northern part offers opportunities for body-boarding. The famous and challenging journey to this beach promises a peaceful and remote vibe on arrival, all until you have to walk back up the hill - totally worth it!


Laem Singh at Phuket



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Photo credits to Phuket 101, Willy Thuan, Paradise Beach Phuket.



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