Thailand, located in South East Asia, is a place of countless beaches, that is all different. All offer so many water sports like surfing. Here are some of the famous Beaches that offer surfing.
“The best surfer out there is the one having the most fun.”
~ Phil Edwards
It is a wonderful beach and provides a lovable feeling coz of its beauty, white sand against the clear aqua water with white waves generating from afar. Small Islands far away, lie on the deeper blue horizon.
You can chill on the shades of the lined palm trees and look at the marvelous view. It has many beach resorts, restaurants, and shopping areas and is famous for a family outing. It attracts many surfers too.
The southwest facing Kata Beach has more unforgiving waves, quick and is challenging.
“If you’re having a bad day, catch a wave.”
~ Frosty Hesson
Kata Noi Beach is a place out of a magazine. The landscape is so beautiful where the sea is in a bit inner wards and the hills along either side, making it half enclosed. It has upscale resorts that are exquisite and extravagant. Some famous and high-end restaurants where you enjoy a nice sunset scene while having delicious food.
Also famous among the surfers, it has nasty waves at the northern end where you need the respect of the locals. It is favorable in between May to October.
It is a mixture of both mountains and the sea, making it so incredible and has a lagoon interior.
Southernmost of the beach, there is a small sandbank that offers quick rides, the swells are small while next to Le Royal Meridian Yacht Club, there is a beach-and-reef, that holds bigger swells.
If you want to take a break from the busy life and stretch yourself, re-energize, then go to Karon Beach. It is also one of the Top Ten Family Beach Holiday Destination and offers Spas, treatments for personal care, cooking classes, yoga, etc.
Great place to surf too, it is also one of a good place to learn surfing. It has favorable swells, which are small, as the 3kms of sandbanks in here shift constantly. The swells also get bigger as compared to Kata, more snappier, with currents.
Reflects the Thai culture, producing varieties of delicacies from Thailand. It is rocky so it is an attraction for surfers around the world and also holds surfing competitions, has better breaks, the ride is 100m long and then it gets shallow. It is advisable too for the rocks and the coral reefs.
“Surfing is for life.”
~ Bruce Jenkins