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Top 13 beaches in Thailand
There is no doubt that Thailand is one of the best beaches in the whole wide globe, thanks mainly to the beautiful southern part of the island, the Gulf of Thailand and the Andaman seas. Virtually the very essence of the typically paradisiacal tropics, its smooth sand, the clear and tranquil ocean, the nods of palm trees and the cool breeze of the ocean are on almost every canlist.
We have made it our business to choose the best beaches in Thailand. It owes its name to the iconical rock form with a view of the small cove and is the best in a small string of islands with impeccable beaches. They have luxury four-star luxury hotel accommodation at one end and longtail boat tradition at the other, with the tree-lined street behind separates the lovely sandy beaches from lively night life and great cuisine.
In fact, it is a penninsula with four first-class beaches. Among them, Phra Nang Beach adopts the top as the best for its unspoiled sand, distinctive cliffs and interesting caverns, as well as the innovation of pasta from stranded longtail coves. Although there is no doubt that Haad Rin is the most famous sandy spot on Koh Phangan because of the full moon parties, it is not the most popular on the isle.
This is one of the much calmer but much more astonishing beaches of Thong Nai Pan (large and small), on the north side of Koh Phangan. More relaxed than the more popular and longer Chaweng Beach, Lamai is the best on Koh Samui because of its good selection of eateries, pubs, beach resorts and the famed Hin Ta and Hin Yai cliffs at the South.
Buffalo Bay is the quiet but also more diverse of its two major beaches, among them a lake gipsy village at the south end and a lake woodland in the north. If you want to add a touch of smooth yet smooth whitish sands to the beautiful islands that have been carved out by the smooth, crystalline ocean and rolling palms, then this is the place for you.
Like Koh Chang's Whitesand Beach, Golden Bay (Laem Thong) has earned its name. Undoubtedly the top award for the most spectacular of the Phi Phi Phi Islands, with Bamboo Island close by and breathtaking sea life to discover the unspoilt beaches of sands.
Directly off the north west coastline of Koh Tao, Koh Nangyuan is actually three small island, which are linked by a sand road to a wonderful sand bath. It is a sacrifice of its own appeal, but it is still a nice place worth seeing. The Klong Dao is known throughout Thailand for its breathtaking sundowns.
Admire powdered sands and you have a really excellent place. Do not confuse this with Pattaya City, its less and less pretty eponymous cousin, this is Koh Lipe's best one. With 1.5 km of fine sandy beaches and bright sea, it is Koh Lipe's most favoured spot, although the calmer beaches Sunrise and Sunset are only a brief stroll away.
Khao Lak's beaches are all amazing, with great sands, lovely oceans and peace. But Nang Thong is the best place in the area, because it is surrounded by jungles surrounded by the hill. Although Sai Kaew Beach is the most advanced beach on the archipelago, it is an unpaved area.
"In this case "developed" just means that there are a few more places to eat and a little night life on its otherwise breathtaking blank sand.