5 Best Summer Destinations in the Southeast Asia

April 7, 2015 1:55 pm

Southeast Asia offers to its millions of tourist every year lots of opportunities to have fun with late-night beach parties, as well as plenty of private sections along the apparently infinite coasts of the region. The weather is fine for most of the year, which shouldn’t keep you away from the best places you should spend your summer in Southeast Asia. Here are the 5 great beaches you won’t want to miss.


El Nido, Philippines

The inspiration for the movie The Beach and Bourne Leagcy, El Nido is perfectly serene and fascinating for the setting of a paradise island. The local authorities are trying the best to keep El Nido sustainable so there are still lots of shoreline to explore in spite of a recent development in tourism within the region. The beaches here provide the natural white sand and turquoise water as well as adventure actions such as snorkeling and rock climbing on the neighboring cliffs. We advise you to definitely try out snorkeling, as it is an experience like none other; and while you are at it, might we ask you to use a quality full face snorkel mask, to keep you safe while you indulge in a magical underwater experience!

KohPhangan, Thailand

An island off the coast of Southern Thailand, KohPhangan is one of the most famous parts in the region with young travelers. While the island is bordered by stunning seashore, it is for its beach festivities that the region is most renowned. The monthly Full Moon party, which is held on HaadRin, is infamously pleasure-seeking affairs with all-night music, cheap drinks and good-but-affordable food. The area also hosts numerous spin off nights, such as the Half Moon and Black Moon parties. Even for this place of the world, it is predominantly generous.

Ko Yung, Thailand

Ko Yung, Thailand is one of the most naturally diversified islands of the Ko Phi Phi archipelago. It is blessed with bizarre marine life such as colorful coral reefs, and leopard sharks, the island is a far cry from the fast growing main island of Ko Phi Phi Don, the largest and most inhabited island of the archipelago. It has a good mixture of stone and sand beaches, both of which serves as perfect take off pads from which to delight in the warm Andaman Sea.

KohRong, Cambodia

Despite a growing tourism act, the peaceful coastline of KohRong still provides guests the opportunity to experience white sand beaches afar from the crowds. Tourists should go to the southeast part if they are trying to find a busy nightlife, but, further north or west, far away from the tourist village of Koh Touch, are some of the most private beaches in Cambodia.

NhaTrang, Vietnam

In earlier times a quiet fishing town, NhaTrang is now one of the most well-known coastal resorts in Vietnam. It was recently featured on Focus Fishing as an angler bucket list destination. Situated about eight hours northeast of Ho Chi Minh by road, the main city in the country, NhaTrang is easily accessible inside Vietnam, an also having rising international links. In spite of this fast growth however, the beaches here still arrest the core of a traditional fishing village with local fisherman joyful to prepare the catch of the day at an inexpensive prices. The beaches also offer some of the best scuba diving in the country.

Jaymes, a Travel Writer, has been employed in Travis Travel Gear (TTG) for many days.

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