The beach is pretty far from Saladan, the last beach you can get by tuk-tuk. A lot of swedish people everywhere around. White sand, great sunsets.
As far as beaches on Koh Lanta go, Klong Nin is very centrally located with many dining and hotel options. It is also good for swimming which cannot be said for every beach on Lanta. There are long stretches of sand and when the tide is high swimming is great. Like most of the island, when the tide is out,... More
What can one say? I found this beach to be mainly made up of a very fine golden material on one side immediately bordered on the opposing side by a large body of water. Above these two elements was a large presence of blue which included a big yellow object set within it. Overall I enjoyed it, I think you... More
Unlike Koh Samui, not yet wall-to-wall tourism. Towns look like Thailand probably did 35+ years ago. Less people, noisy night life isolated to Saladan town. Diving classes and dive boats are crammed like in Koh Tao. To get here, it takes 2-1/2 hours from Krabi and ferrying over 2 rivers. It's Muslim owned and operated island so don't expect a... More
Khlong Nin may not be the most stunningly beautiful beach in Thailand, but I think it may be the best overall. The sand is fine and white. The water is emerald green. There are spots where you can snorkel right off the beach. There are wide areas where there are no rocks so you can swim without worry. And best... More
clean, quiet, many nice places, bars and restaurants to bee, lucky joint at miami beach bar, nice drinks, nice people, friendly atmosphere. mong bar around the corner, 20 minutes to saladan by motorbike
We didn't visit any other beaches in our 5 days on Lanta, so you may think this review is biased. But there was no need to go further afield with such an awesome beach just steps from our door. Nice sand, clear water, not many rocks, calm water, great swimming, very few people, lots of great restaurants. What more can... More
A lovely stretch of beach. Clean water and great to swim in. Great restaurants and bars on the beach, especially great at night.
Great beach. 3km long, pure sand that stretches into the aquamarine sea (there are a few rocks at spots, which become more apparent at low tide, but they are the exception rather than the rule). Very few people, I counted none at one stage. And never more than 50 odd. Lots of restaurants and bars facing the beach, never busy... More
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