In an unspoiled corner of Phuket, holidays to Nai Harn promise lazy days by a turquoise sea with a dash of Thai spice.

Secluded sands

Nestled in a southern corner of Thailand's largest island of Phuket, Nai Harn's a tranquil haven overlooking the Andaman Sea. Its white sandy beach is practically private thanks to a curtain of dense, tropical forest. The shoreline trails around to the edge of Promthep Cape, meaning the views are terrific.

Get on board

Nai Harn might be a laidback hideaway, but the bright lights, nightlife and surf shops of Kata Beach are just a 20-minute taxi ride away. Small rolling waves mean surf schools can get you standing in no time. At night, mingle with locals and fellow tourists alike at the lively bars on Kata Road.

Cove cruising

For an unforgettable daytrip, jump on a boat trip to the Phi Phi islands. Film-famous Maya Bay beach is off-limits to tourists now, but you can drift along the water in a kayak and try to snap pictures the gibbons hanging from the jungle branches as you pass.

At a Glance

  • Paddle a kayak along the shores of the Phi Phi islands
  • Sample fresh-caught seafood at a beachfront restaurant
  • Bar-hop with the locals on Kata Road

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