An offbeat beach in Phetchaburi Province, Haad Puk Tian has golden sands lapped by bluey-eco-friendly waters. The seaside views are lovely, the big literary statues that us dot the shore really increase the appeal. Figures in one of Thailand’s most well-known epic poems, Phra Apia Mani sit across the sands, within the water, as well as on rocks.

Haad Chao Samran enjoys considerable recognition among Thais, so visit on the week day if you are following a quiet day through the ocean. A much better beach than Haad Puk Tian, this still remains an average stretch of sand so we were amazed at just the number of resorts are here, all deserted on weekdays. The sand runs up to and including rocky beach break and a number of rocky breakwaters safeguard against erosion some 100 metres out. Around August you are able to arrange a ship for five,000 baht to visit searching for Bryde’s whales.

Nearest Airports to Puk Tian

Nobody likes holding out in the airport terminal. But it is worthwhile whenever you consider the trip that’s awaiting you! Based 20 miles (32 km) south of Puk Tian, Hua Hin Worldwide Airport terminal (HHQ) is easily the most convenient terminal.

Puk Tian Accommodation

Start your holiday with an opulent note by sliding between your smooth sheets in the Baan Caruso (33/22 Lamlaung Resort Moo 3, T.Lampakbea). Alternatively, the Rublom Resort (278 Moo 2 T.Haad Chao Samran) is a superb place your money can buy-conscious traveller to invest their nights.

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