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Our list of the top beaches to buy a property in Thailand.

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Dreaming of buying a house or condo on the beach? While buying property in Thailand is generally much less expensive than many other places in the world it is still a major investment and commitment. So why not pick one of the most spectacular and highly rated beaches in the country to live on? Here’s our list of the top beaches to buy a property in Thailand.


Nai Harn Beach, Phuket

Nai Harn is a gorgeous unblemished beach, nestled between green hills and small islands, and is frequented by both locals and expats. While it’s not as busy as many of the other spots in Phuket, Nai Harn has all the shopping, eateries and places to casually stroll around that you could want for a leisurely day of exploring.  This is a great spot to look for a beach house in Thailand especially if you own a boat. 


Rai Le Beach, Krabi

Rai Le Beach is one of the most famous beaches in all of Thailand. If you mention that you’ve been to Krabi to someone who has also been there, likely the first question out of their mouth will be “Did you get to go to Rai Le Beach?” You don’t want to have no for an answer in this case. Living near this beach is a dream come true for anyone who has or has not been to Thailand. Situated just south of Ao-Nang, the beach has no road and no cars making it a safe place to have children or an ultra-relaxing spot to live for someone looking for a quieter lifestyle. Find a property in a place with amazingly soft beach sand and the largest swimming pool made by nature. 


Kata Noi Beach, Phuket

Is located in a striking but small bay, which is perfect for those who want to be near the action of the famous Kata Beach but don’t want to live among tourists that frequent the area.  The beach is a wide stretch of white sand and vivid blue ocean. Since this beach is a bit out of the way from where most people who visit tend to go, it’s a relatively quiet place that will be easy to recognize any regulars, therefore could be a great place to get to know your neighbors. The beach area has all of the conveniences necessary so you don’t have to travel too far to find a convenience store, a massage parlor or even a few bars. If you happen to be a surfer, Kata Noi would be a great place to look for a property as well, regardless of your skill level.  The northern side of the stretch is a popular place for surfers who want consistently good waves as well as for beginners who want a safe place to practice learning. 


Karon Beach, Phuket

Karon beach offers those who own or rent property many conveniences as the town is fairly concentrated. There’s no need to get a motorbike here and there are a number of restaurants and bars within walking distance. If you like to explore, there are many sois that are filled with art galleries and huts, where artists live as well as display their works.  Those who love to shop will find amazing treasures in the area, which is also filled with interesting Sino-Portuguese architecture of Old Phuket. The wide beachside avenue is ideal for taking an evening stroll and doing some shopping at many of the handicraft shops. 


Ao Noi Na, Koh Samet

Koh Samet, missing the worst of the rainy missing is a great place for those who can’t be bothered with bad weather. And if there’s no reason to deal with the rainy season, why should you? Ao Noi Na beach is beautiful, with a very natural feel with sparkling water and bright white sand covered in coconut palms. If you are a lover of nature, another great thing about this beach is that it’s right near one of Thailand’s best national parks. If you prefer a more modern beach lifestyle, the island has great nightlife and restaurants and is located only a few hours from Bangkok.