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Nai Harn Bay, Phuket
Nai Harn Bay is located on the southern tip of the island of Phuket, Thailand's largest island located in Southern Thailand. Situated on the west-facing Andaman sea coastline, Phuket is one of Thailand's most popular holiday destinations, with beautiful beaches, coves and bays.

A quiet little spot at the southern end of Phuket, Nai Harn is one of the island's most beautiful locations. It is not as developed as other southern coast beaches due in part to the Samnak Song Nai Han monastic center in the middle of the beach. It is great for swimming from November to April, however care should be take in the low season (May-October) when there can be strong undertows on occasion.

Just north of Nai Harn, along the coast, is Nui Beach, small, secluded and difficult to access. Further along is Ya Nui, a sandy cove that attracts snorkelers and divers. Another out-of-the way spot nearby is the tiny beach of Ao Sane, a great spot for snorkeling.

Things to See & Do

* Swimming
* Snorkeling
* Diving

General information

Cruise Season - Jan - Dec
Currency - Baht (THB)
Language - Thai
Population - 11,000 approx
Land Area - 6.75 km²
Electricity - 2 perpendicular flat pins USA style or with a round pin below
Time - GMT plus seven hours
International Country Telephone Code - +66

Port Location - Rassada port is located in Phuket town.

Travel Links - Phuket International Airport is in the north of the island, and is Thailand's second largest hub, second only to Bangkok. There are very frequent flights to/from Bangkok as well as direct flights to many other airports in the region, including Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, and direct charters to Europe and Australia in the high season.

Buses to mainland destinations including Bangkok, Chumphon, Hat Yai, Krabi, Phang Nga, Ranong, Satun, Sungai Kolok and Surat Thani use the BKS terminal off Thanon Phang Nga in Phuket Town.

Ferry services connect from Rassada Port in Phuket Town to Ko Phi Phi and on to Krabi on the mainland twice a day, taking 90 minutes.
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