Bangsak Beach is a secluded beach at the very far end of Khao Lak, and this beach is long… very very long stretching forever and I swear on a clear day you can almost see the gates of heaven. There are no restaurants, noisy bars or jet-skis smashing the waves up, there are no deck chairs or sun beds, there are no hawkers plying their trade.

There really is barely a soul to see, no one. You could walk the length of the beach and maybe meet a couple of seagulls haggling over a crab shell or the odd local fisherman searching the shore line for shellfish.

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If it’s a relaxing-away-from-it-all holiday in the sun you require, then you need look no further than Bangsak Beach. Of course it is not too far to travel back to civilisation and find some very good bars and restaurants in the close by resort of Khao Lak or Bang Niang.

Bangsak Beach is still pretty much untouched; it has over six km of fine white sandy beaches which are gently kissed by the warm azure waters of the Andaman seas.

There are very few areas that are inaccessible and the water has few strong currents in the high season –please check always that it is safe to enter the sea wherever you are.

You may see some small streams of fresh water going towards the sea, this is run off from the hills that actually form part of the wonderful backdrop to the entire area. These little streams are very slow in high season but if you are there just after a storm these can be quite fast moving.

There are very few coconut palms along the beach, which is unusual however it is the Casurina Trees that take up the skyline, as they reach towards the clouds here. It is an area that can also be explored under the canopies of these trees you can find many different kinds of local critters.

Bangsak beach is the quietest beach in the area of Khao Lak and definitely the most unspoiled, there is even a promenade here a short walk along this path and you can find local fish restaurants serving up freshly caught today catch.

There are a few quite bars serving cocktails, allowing you to kick back and watch as the sun sizzlers down below the water line creating one of those world famous sunsets that The Andaman is renowned for.

Day trips out from here to the Similans and Surin islands are easily organsied and you are never far away from civilization, although it may feel like it sat on this beach.

Phuket International Airport is only just over an hour away from here, with over a dozen flights a day from Bangkok it’s easy to get to, but not too easy to leave; well why anyone would want to leave a place like this, its pure paradise and well worth the trip.