Bang Tao Bay lies between Kamala and Surin to the south and Nai Yang to the north. It is a large, open bay with one of the ... More
Bang Tao Beach
Bang Tao Bay lies between Kamala and Surin to the south and Nai Yang to the north. It is a large, open bay with one of the island's longest beaches. Once the site of a tin mining operation, it is today occupied largely by the Laguna Beach Resort. Upmarket health and sports facilities abound, including a golf course and Phuket's most famous herbal spas. At the southern end there are smaller and less expensive hotels and a number of restaurants. There is also the Canal Village Shopping Center, which is home to a Jim Thompson silk emporium, Albatross Cafe & Pub and numerous handicraft shops.
Located 17 kilometres south of the town, the bay at Kata is really made up of two smaller bays, Kata
Yai and Kata Noi. Both are blessed with impressively long, relatively peaceful, sandy beaches. Visitors can swim, sail, windsurf, ...
Located at the southern end of Kamala Beach , Kamala Beach Estate is an exclusive residential complex, set on gently
sloping land, affords a panoramic view of this beautiful bay. Set in lush tropical gardens, the serviced villas and ...
Known locally as Haad Rawai and located 17 kilometres to the south of the town, this palm fringed beach is
best known for Phuket's Chao Le or Sea Gypsies: a nomadic fishing minority believed to be of Melanesian descent. ...