White-sand beach featuring turquoise water & chairs/umbrellas for rent, plus street food vendors.
Surin is another great beach to visit. Only 5.6km away and the next bay north. The waters here are generally beautiful most of the year round. It can get quite busy during the high season though so be prepared for big crowds. Definitely worth a look if you have your own transportation or passing…
Surin Beach is one of Phuket most beautiful bays. Long gone are the beach clubs and the restaurants, but it looks a lot more lively now. Surin Beach used to be very popular for its wide choice of dining venues and trendy beach clubs. It still is blessed with a large beach of beautiful sand and a…
“Bangtao Beach spans 6 km in length, making it one of Phuket's longest beaches. For the most part, it's pretty deserted – hotels mostly occupy its southern end, while the northern end is generally very quiet and peaceful. Only a few small beach bars are dotted along its length. The sea is flat, calm and clear from November to April. The waves can get a little rough between May and October, so take note of red flags on the coastline. Bangtao Beach attracts those looking to leave everything behind and do nothing more taxing than reading a book. The exception to this rule is if you're at the southern end of the beach. There are several beachfront hotels and beach clubs, resulting in a very lively atmosphere in the evening. However, Bangtao remains one of the most family-friendly beaches in Phuket. Most of the sun loungers on Bangtao Beach are provided by hotels, so they're exclusively for their guests. There are small areas where you can rent a beach chair, but you'll also find plenty of space to lay down your towel or mat for free. In front of the Laguna hotels, local beach shacks sell everything from snacks and drinks to beachwear and tours. Note that Bangtao Beach doesn't have public toilets. As with most things on Bangtao Beach, hotels provide most of the beach's dining options, though you can find several beachfront alternatives as well. Several local restaurants can be found to the north of the Angsana Laguna Resort and to the south of Outrigger Laguna Phuket. On the southern end of Bangtao Beach, there are a few small beach restaurants and beach clubs. There's also a standalone restaurant to the north that's open during the day. Paragliding, waterskiing, jet skiing, and banana boat rides are available in Bangtao during the high season (November to April). During the day, vendors often walk along the beach, looking for customers. Some of the hotels have windsurfers and Hobie cats, but they're usually reserved for their guests. If you're into surfing, the middle section of the beach is protected from the swells. There are usually some smaller waves that are eminently rideable for beginners. Further north along the beach, the waves get bigger as it is exposed to the wind. Shifting sandbanks can result in unpredictable conditions. Sometimes you can enjoy near-perfect surfing in Bangtao, with southerly winds and soaring waves up to 3 meters.”
“This shopping area has it all - the complex offer a number of restaurant, fashion boutiques, beauty salons and a large super market with a large variety of imported product. there is also a must see weekly night market every Friday”
“The closest beach to the accommodation, Kamala beach is approximately 2.5km away. The best way to get their is on a scooter, the shuttle bus or taxi. The beach stretch 3km with plenty of real estate to plant your towels. During the months of November - April the water is very calm and quite pleasurable for a relaxing swim. During the monsoon season the north end of Kamala is filled with local and international surfers both beginner to advance level. Their are also water activities you can do here such as: - Banana boat - Long Boat to neighboring island or beaches - Jet Ski's - Parasailing - Stand up paddle boarding (SUP) - Surfing (When their is waves) - Kayaking ”