Beaches of Thailand needs no introduction as Thailand is Asia’s one of the best beach destinations. The white sandy beaches complimented by the azure water will make up for a nice rejuvenation therapy. Thailand, contrary to other beach destinations, are less crowded and it is very easy to find your own little personal heaven amidst the vastness of water. The secluded and isolated beaches of Thailand are the biggest tourist attraction in Thailand with more and more beach lovers opting for privacy and seclusion. Imagine spending a weekend with your significant other on a quaint secluded beach, where the only sound is that of water and you the entire tiny hamlet to yourselves. Live like a primitive man, reconnecting with nature as the sun sets over the horizon, bringing in a light breeze of calmness and absolute bliss. If you like to spend your days on a happening beach then Thailand has got you covered. Beach tourism in Thailand ensures that whatever you need, they serve. The happening beaches in Thailand are also a major tourist attraction where tourists can enjoy the best of the alien land. Water sports on the beaches of Thailand are also one of the must-do things in Thailand. Be it snorkelling, diving, surfing or parasailing, Thailand will provide you with the best of each experience. Thailand beaches are a different world altogether, where you will find everything from solitude to late night parties.

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