Thailand’s hidden beaches

If you are planning an exotic holiday, Thailand is the right place for you, believe me.Here you can find tranquility and you can admire all day long the beauty of nature.

I totally recommend you to visit KonLanta, an archipelago composed of about fifty islands, of which only two are inhabited. It is located in the beautiful Andaman. The archipelago is a paradise for diving, thanks to the many coral reefs, limestone outcrops, submarine mountains, pinnacles and caves under the sea KoLanta and the nearby islands are a paradise for diving for fishing or caves to explore. Coconut palms and endless beaches await you, along with sunset aperitifs in bars built of wood and bamboo. On the west coast of KoLanta you will find nine beaches that stretch for 45 kilometers, many of these are a good place to swim and an ideal place for romantic walks at sunset, watching the sun go down.

The island of KohPhangan is a tropical paradise where you will find some of the most beautiful beaches in all of Thailand, such as Ao Thong Nai Pan Yai beach. I was simply stun by the view. Between untouched forests, mountains, coral reefs, white and fine sandy beaches, it is its untouched nature that attracts more and more visitors. KohPhangan offers a lot of things to do and see. You can go hiking, visit waterfalls, go trekking in the forest, relax in semi-deserted beaches, go fishing. So it’s in my top list of places that I felt in love with.

National Geographic Magazine has defined the island of KohLipe as “The Perfect Beach” and they were totally right. This small Thai island is the ideal place to spend a beach holiday in the name of absolute tranquility and in full harmony with the sea and unspoiled nature. Here are also some beautiful coral reefs that are part of the Tarutao Marine Park.

The beautiful Railay Bay is situated on a narrow peninsula near the town of Krabi. The beaches of Railay Bay are divided into those located in the east and those in the west. The east part is not recommended as it is the place where all the boats for Krabi land. The western part is definitely the best: here you will find a beautiful white sand beach surrounded by steep limestone cliffs. The Cliffs of Railay Bay are much appreciated by climbers, who come here from all over the world to test themselves.

When sayKohKood, the first thing that comes to my mind is “isolation”. Located very close to Cambodia, on the east coast of Thailand, here you can be sure to enjoy the unique feeling of having a private beach all for you. The problems of the past with Cambodia have been solved, but the fact that KohKood (also called KoKut) was inaccessible to foreigners, has allowed this little paradise to remain relatively out of tourist radar. The beaches here have been compared to those of the Maldives. The “Ta Tin Beach”, the “Yai Ki Beach” and the “Kluai Beach” are among the most famous.

I hope I helped you choose your next destination!

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