Situated on a small rocky peninsula between the towns of Krabi and Ao Nang, the Railay Beach has four parts, which are: West Railay, Pranang, East Railay and Ton Sai beaches.
Just south over the hill from Kata Beach lies the Kata Noi Beach, which is shorter, secluded, and much less explored.
The Phra Nang Beach lies on the south end of the peninsula, next to the Railay beach.
Sunrise Beach is a 2 km stretch of white sand on the west side of Koh Lipe in Thailand. It is famous for one of the most stunning sunrises in the world.
Karon Beach is the third longest beach in Phuket. It is far less busy than another famous beach on the island, the Patong beach.
Thong Nai Pan Beach in Koh Phangan is made of two caves: Thong Nai Pan Noi and Thong Nai Pan Yai, with the most popular smaller beaches in the East and sunrise side of the island.
Pattaya Beach is a 2.5 miles (4 km) length coastline with a variety hotels popular with tourists and expatriates. The area is known as one of the Asia’s largest resorts and Thailand’s most visited region after Bangkok.
Patong Beach is a 3.5 km stretch of sand, in just 3 min away from Bangla Road. Bars there are known for their world famous nightlife.
About 200 km from Thailand’s capital Bangkok, in the Gulf of Thailand, lies the famed Ko Samet Island. It is known for its white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters, and lush surroundings. Hat Sai Kaew Beach is the longest beach and the most popular beach in the area.
Surrounded by 100 m high rocks, the Maya Bay consists of a series of beaches, with the longest one stretching at 200 m.