Places in Southern Phuket that wait to be explored by you

 
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Sunset Bar

The name says it all. It is one hidden pearl that needs to be discovered, especially for those hardcore sunset fans out there. Don't you just love it to adore a breathtaking moment of your life while taking a sip from a fresh coconut and eating rice direct out of a pineapple shell? And everything on the verge of one marvelous coastline.


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Yanui Beach

A rocky beach which provides the opportunity to take some outstanding pictures. I would put my bet on one stunning panorama or time-lapse videos of those waves crashing on the shore. Otherwise to swim in such a wonderful surrounding is surely not everyone's daily life.


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Windmill Point

One way to capture miles of shoreline in one frame. It's really recommended to rent a bike (which would cost you less than 10$ a day) and ride it up those hills to truly appreciate what the southern side of Phuket has to offer: magnificent palm beaches stretching out around the island under that exquisite mountain range.


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Nai Harn Beach

Got tired of swimming into another people and stepping on trash everywhere, or simply being stared by tons of people? Head down to the south and dive into the crystal clear water, or get your surfboard out and be ready to jump over the tidal waves. Everyone has their own way to enjoy a delightful afternoon here, and their own personal space to do it.


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Baan Krating Resort

If you decide to stay in Nai Harn Beach, then this one is highly recommended. One step inside this man made jungle, you would hardly want to go back to civilization (don't worry you still get your mobile signal here). There is something so tempting here that drags you out of your daily struggles and from there you just can't help it to immerse yourself in nature. Plus: gorgeous private hotel beach!


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Promthep Cape

The endpoint of any island is definitely the spot to set your foot on and this one is no exception. Hundreds meters of climbing worth it within a second, the moment after you achieve a fully ocean view, with only electric blue in front of your eyes and a splendid sky above the horizon.


Kata Beach

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Down for some authentic food and culture? A great deal of restaurants and bars can be found here by the sand. Get a traditional outfit in one of dozen night markets and let yourself loose along the cultural waves cause eventually, that's what Thailand is all about.


Plus: try Thai green tea and wait for this explosion in your mouth to happen