NAI HARN BEACH
“The white sand,the crystal clear water”
One of the island’s most popular places with in-the-know locals. This relatively tranquil place has only a few hotels including the The Royal Phuket Yacht Club and is a popular anchorage for boats during the high season.
Great for swimming from November to April. care should be take in the low season (May-October) when there can be strong undertows. The local restaurants just above the beach make a great place to relax with a sundowner.
KATA NOI BEACH
Naturally beautiful ‘Millionaire’s Row’
This cosy little bay is found at the end of a beachside cul-dee-sac, just a few minutes’ drive over the hill from Kata beach. There’s not much to do in Kata Noi apart from admiring the wonderful scenery, which is precisely the point of coming here. Relax, take a walk along the soft sands, snorkel or swim. It’s long been a popular spot for surfers in the monsoon season of May to October, though swimming can be dangerous during this period. The popular Kata Viewpoint, offering a stunning vista across the three bays of Karon, Kata and Kata Noi.
a beautiful long stretch of beach
features the third longest beach on Phuket island. Located on the west coast, between Patong to the north and Kata to the south. The beach itself has excellent snorkeling (and even diving) spots and is wide enough for beachgoers to never feel crowded.
It features three main areas, each with their own assets : Karon Centre is allively small city in which visitors can find a good choice of dining, shopping, and nightlife entertainment opportunities as well as a beautiful Buddhist temple hosting a weekly manket. Karon Beach road is ideal for taking an evening stroll and is mostly occupied by large resorts interrupted by restaurants and shops. The third main area of Karon is centred around Luang Poh Chuan Roadwhich houses excellent restaurants and the ‘hottest’ nightlife spot.
Source : Leaflet