Thai Islands Paradise: A Guide to Thailand's Most Beautiful Islands

The streets of Thailand are vibrant, the temples are beautiful, the massages are relaxing and the food is scrumptious. Millions of travelers plan a trip to Thailand every year, some choose to overstay and make this beautiful country their home, and many choose to revisit every chance they get, such is the beauty of this country. The streets are a blend of billionaires and backpackers, visitors from all walks and talks of life but no matter the financial background of the individual, their Thailand tour package has one thing in common, a visit to the breathtaking beaches of the country. 

A beautiful balance of adventures and relaxation, the beaches of Thailand are a sight to behold. From visitor-stuffed sites to quiet and empty spots, the beaches are a mix of both. Whatever your requirements and budget, Nitsa Holidays will always find you the best option for your Thailand Tour Package.

Here’s our list of the top beaches in the country, all of them a step closer to heaven

Koh Yao Islands

The perfect place for a Thailand Package for couples, this island is different from the rest. An amalgamation of two twin islands, the Koh Yao Yai and the Koh Yao Noi, this beach isn’t your usual crowded and party place. Rather it’s surrounded by fishing villages, rice fields, and rubber plantations.  

You can take a walk amongst the mangrove trees, enjoy the freshest seafood catch of the day, or just rejuvenate with the iconic Thai massage.

Best Time to Visit: November - April

Koh Samui 

Undoubtedly the most luxurious beach in all of Thailand, with the fanciest hotels, top-notch spas, and Michelin-awarded restaurants, Koh Samui is one of the most visited beaches in Thailand. A place perfect for people of all ages, this island is a must-visit for anyone looking to go back with everlasting memories.

The hotels on this island are studded with private showers, world-class wellness facilities, and breathtaking views.

Best Time to Visit: December - August


The biggest, busiest, and baddest island in the country will offer you everything you can ever think of and probably more! Start your day at a local restaurant with delectable Thai cuisine, especially Thai Iced tea.  Move on to the Phuket old town for the most colorful houses and artisanal food, grab a refreshing coconut, and head to the Phuket beach for a jaw-dropping sunset and adventurous water sports. End your day at the world-renowned Bangla street, buzzing with music and cheap beer. 

Visit some of the best weekend night markets for budget-friendly shopping and a never-ending pile of food. 

Best Time to Visit: November - April

Koh Phi Phi

The Tsunami tried to devastate Koh Phi Phi island but the will of the Thai people has brought it back to life and how beautifully! 

You can spend your day on the silky white beaches surrounded by crystal clear waters and breathtaking sights of the corals. If you are a thrill monger, swim, snorkel, or jump off the cliffs and meet the vibrant sea creatures. After a long day, end your night with the iconic Pina Colada whilst watching fire shows, lively music, and eating the most amazing meal of your life! 

Best Time to Visit: November - March

When it comes to the beaches of Thailand, you can never go wrong. Pick out some swimwear and sunglasses, carry sunscreen, and prepare yourself for the joy you are about to witnes