6 Best Nude Beaches in Thailand
The Best Thai naturist beaches...
Freedom Beach is one of the most beautiful with a 300m crescent of soft white sand and clear blue water backed by lush green mountains. Located on the west coast of Phuket, you can reach this private beach by longtail boat from Patong which lies just to the south. You can also take a strenuous hike down the cliffs path from the beach parking lot… read more »
If you're looking for a small sandy spot in Phuket, look no further than Ao Sane, a quiet 200m long cove tucked away and reasonably uncrowded. It is not easy to find, hence it remains something of a hidden gem.
Kata Beach is a laid-back sandy crescent stretching for around 1km along the southwest coast of Phuket. Although it can be busy, it is nowhere near as crowded as Patong. It has a more local "villagey" atmosphere making it popular with families and couples looking for a relaxing place to spend the day. It's also known as Kata Bay or Kata Yai.
Protruding tree-covered… read more »
Karon Beach is popular and busy but still manages to deliver that feeling of paradise on earth when you visit. The 3-mile long beach has powder-soft white sand lapped by clear blue waters edged with white waves.
It’s a popular scene with artists who often sit at their easels and recreate the view. The beach is also home to a beautiful temple known locally as… read more »
Located on the southwest coast of Phuket Island, Patong Beach is by far the busiest and most popular beach in Phuket, especially loved by partygoers and youngsters in search of a good time. The curving 3km long sandy beach is lined with numerous shops and services and is bold and vibrant.
Unless you arrive early there's nowhere to park your motorbike, never mind a car!… read more »
Ya Nui Beach is a compact but pretty cove beneath Phromthep Viewpoint. Tranquil and relaxing, it has golden sands which are often scattered with seashells washed ashore by the turquoise waves. At the centre of the beach is a large rock just offshore and views to Koh Kaeo Noi Island.
Swimming is generally safe all year round at Ya Nui, although red flags will warn… read more »