Paradise BeachCurrently Open [Closes at 10:00 pm]
- Address: 109 Muean-Ngern Rd., T.Patong Kathu, Phuket, Thailand
- Timings: 09:00 am - 10:00 pm Details
- Phone: +66-76609609
- Ticket Price: 500 THB
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Outdoors, Beach, Walking Area, Entertainment, Leisure, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot, Snorkeling
About Paradise Beach, Phuket
Paradise is a beautiful beach in Thailand. Although not as popular as Patong Beach and Karon Beach, this place is breathtaking and sunny. The white sand and the blue water offer the perfect background for your vacation.
Not far from Patong beach this place is perfect for a beach day out! One can enjoy in the tropical sun and enjoy the sun the sand and everything in between in this beautiful yet leseer known beach. Snorkeling is a wonderful experience in the clear waters. The sloping palms provide the perfect shade although you can always rent an umbrella if you need more. This is a laid back and serene beach and is definitely worth a look.
Paradise Beach Ticket Prices
- Entry to the beach: 500 baht
How To reach Paradise Beach by Public Transport
- The best way to reach is by private tour bus/tuk tuk/ motorbikes.
Restaurants Near Paradise Beach
- Paradise Beach Bar
- Small View Restaurant & Bar
- Local bars and eateries
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Things to Know Before Visiting Paradise Beach
43.51% of people who visit Phuket include Paradise Beach in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
37.56% of people start their Paradise Beach visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Paradise Beach
94.86% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Paradise Beach
Paradise Beach Map
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Paradise Beach, Phuket Reviews
Don't try to take your drone here, it will be confiscated so that you cannot annoy nor hurt people. It is a well managed and maintained private beach with palms and crystal clear water. It offers a multitude of services besides the usual restaurant and coffee shop. There is an entrance fee but it is fully justified if you compare it to what that beach has to offer compared to the nearby degraded Patong beach.
The beach is stunning but the location itself is 100% commercialized. It is more like a bar/club than just a beach. You need to pay to enter. You are not allowed to take drinks/food inside. Inside the prices are high and quality is average. The place is kept clean by staff only at the surface. There is still a lot of trash/plastic hidden everywhere.
Paradise beach is simple one of the vedt beaches. The sand is awfully soft. The water is nice and warm. The smoothies and food is to die for.
Lovely location with two small beaches. Very clean but might get a little crowded but still it's worth to stay at least half a day there. Nice view point if you take a short path into the jungle. Restaurants, beach bars and restrooms available. The is an entrance fee. I should add that there is a wild beach party at night, sometimes with well-known djs.
Beautiful beach! The full moon party was amazing as well! 2 buckets full of alcohol, fire limbo and rave music. Just an experience of a lifetime!
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