Phuket is a popular tourist destination and is one that's widely preferred by travellers from India. Phuket has something to offer for all crowds, whether it is for couples honeymooning, or for a relaxing break, where the traveller can hit the beautiful beaches with white sands and clear water. It also boasts of an electrifying nightlife, party scenes at beach shacks, water sports, and exotic, panoramic views.
Although Phuket consists of more than 35 beaches, many are deserted and far away from the famous ones. Some beaches are hidden and others are accessible through selected resorts. If you are planning for a honeymoon in Phuket, Thailand, then look no further than these beaches in Phuket.
Patong, Karon, Kamala, Kata Noi, Freedom, and Mai Khao are some of the most romantic beaches. For water sports, these beaches are famous: Ya Nui, Paradise Beach, Kata Noi, Laem Singh Beach, and Ao San. Now that the monsoon rain seasons (May-October) are over, you can definitely choose Phuket as your honeymoon destination.
Patong had to be the first beach to be mentioned when we talk about Phuket. It's famously known for its ease of reach, for the crazy nightlife, and for shopping. Patong is the best place to visit if you are an outgoing couple. The place is very filled with hundreds of bars and restaurants. It is touristy and thus busy and messy sometimes.
Karon Beach is the third longest beach in Phuket and is mainly known for snorkelling, diving, not being too crowded, and for its fine dining experiences. The main highlight of Karon beach is that it has a Buddhist temple which hosts a market twice a week. Couples who are focusing on a more quiet place can choose Karon as their honeymoon destination, although you can still find a nightlife spot in Luang Poh Chuan Road.
Kata beach is known to entice and charm tourists with its white-sand beaches and clear waters. It's a more laid-back location and is famous for its palm-lined beaches, street food, resorts, souvenir stalls, as well as its fine dining options.
Being a part of the Sirinat National Park, Mai Khao beach is not crowded with too much construction. This acts as a blessing as the beaches are deserted most of the time. JW Marriott Phuket Resort and Phuket International Airport are the only two large constructions you will find near Mai Khao beach.
During the monsoon season, the place becomes popular with surfers. But if you want a smooth swimming experience, plan your trip between November-April and you could enjoy a good snorkelling experience as well. You will love the luxurious lot of resorts to choose from in Kata Noi where you can celebrate your love by watching the sunset with drinks in your hand and relishing tasty delicacies.