Also known as the Pansea Bay, Surin is essentially a series of small coves and private beaches dominated by two super exclusive. Swimmers must be care dangerous undercurrents during the rainy season.
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This image almost perfect crescent of the bay offers good sand, a friendly Thailand fishing village, and few farangs.
Bungalows Budget: Several cafes and Cheap bungalows are hiding in the north end of the beach and the path of Laern Singing Beach. The residents of the city renting rooms in rates negotiable.
This beautiful yet full of four-kilometer beach of the island is more animated and more popular on Pattaya Phuket. Although the fashion to condemn as Patong overdeveloped, raunchy, polluted, expensive, and the worst example of a madness planned (all true), the beach is excellent, and daytime activities run the range of sailing and diving to parasailing and sunbathing.
The night revolves around a myriad of bars, discos, massage parlors, and night clubs. Your print will depend largely on what you expect from Phuket: Patong is a place for parties and good times, not solitude and contemplation!
Patong has all possible facilities: banks, po lice, post office, tourism police, international phones, travel agencies, rental cars and motorcycles, and dive shops.
Phuket is the second most popular beach is still beautiful, despite the rising tide of hotel construction and the growing presence of nightclubs and called Bar Beers. As with the Kata beach, south, Karon seems much less crowded than Patong, and the hotel staff seemed a little more ready to smile instead of extend their hands. Not much else to do but sailboard Karon, Phuket eat lobster, laze on the beach, and act with the nut job girls. Surprisingly,an idyllic lagoon is located in the far north, and fishermen still pull in baskets
Fish theocean. Karon and Kata are far superior to the beaches of Patong.
Kata's two beaches - Kata Yai in the north and Kata Noi to the south - once served as Phuket's main hippie area until Club Med opened its facilities in 1978. Now, both have been blanketed with upscale hotels and expensive restaurants.
Kata Yai is almost completely dominated by Club Med, though public access is provided by a beachside road. Kata Noi is a cozy cove with good sand and plenty of inexpensive bungalows.
Nai Harn Beach
Phuket's most picturesque lagoon is backed by sweeping hills studded with coconut palms and exotic scrub. Once the haunt of hippies and backpackers, Nai Ham hit the big times with the 1985 opening of. the extravagant Phuket Yacht Club. The entire valley is now under mas sive development and many of the natural lagoons have been filled in for upcoming projects. Despite the drastic changes, swimming remains excellent except during the dangerous mon soon season, and the sunsets are still spectacular at nearby Promthep Cape.
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