As the name suggests, the beach is no less than a real paradise on earth. The paradise beach is conveniently located close to Patong Beach and is barely 600 feet in length.
Despite the relatively small area, it enjoys the reputation of being the most peaceful beach in Phuket.
One of the most prominent reasons behind the peace and serenity of paradise Beach is the complete absence of Jet Ski.
About the Paradise Beach
The entire beach is lined up with palm and almond trees that provide sufficient shade for the visitors to sit and relax.
You can find gigantic granite rocks spread across the beach area that look like carefully planted classic decor pieces.
There is a coral reef some 100 metres offshore that is teeming with marine fauna. It is the main attraction for professional divers and snorkellers.
The beach also has sun loungers and a volleyball court.
What to do on the Paradise Beach
There are various activities that you can participate in on Paradise Beach.
As for those who come for a laid-back vibe, they can sit back on the sun loungers and enjoy the picturesque view of the crystal blue water against the teeming sun.
Most of the activities on Paradise beach are facilitated by the Paradise Beach Club. The activities include snorkelling, kayaking, SUP boarding, and scuba diving.
If you are not into adventure sports, you can enjoy a gentle swing that overhangs from the tea branch.
Paradise Beach Club
The beach club is a well-developed party spot on Paradise beach which is also a key attraction of the beach. It has been voted as the 14th best Club in the world by the DJ Mag Annual poll.
The Paradise Beach Club features restaurants, shops, activities and fantastic Koh Phangan-style beach parties.
The club gives a premium and exclusive feel without being exorbitantly expensive.
You can avail yourself of a complimentary shuttle bus service with specified drop-off locations to and from Patong.
How to Reach the Paradise Beach
Paradise Beach is located 5 km southwest of Patong. From Patong Beach, you have to head south to Amari Phuket.
As you reach the fork, take and left and drive past Baan Yin Dee, Tri Trang beach Resort, and Merlin Beach Resort.
Keep following the road to Emerald Bay through the steep gradient. Continue straight on that road until the passage finally swoops down into the Paradise Beach car park.
When visiting Paradise Beach, do not forget to attend the Full Moon Festival, which is the biggest and the grandest beach party in Phuket. As the name suggests, the party is held every month on a full-moon night.
The entry ticket for entering the party is 1000 Baht. Cocktails are included in the ticket price.
Besides Paradise Beach, you can check out some more amazing beaches in Phuket that are famous worldwide.
Editor - Thailand Nomads
Cindy quit her 9 to 5 job to pursue her passion for exploring mesmerizing locations in Thailand. She has been living here for the past 5 years now and through Thailand Nomads, she shares her experiences and insights about the must-visit places in Thailand.