About Rawai Palm Beach
Rawai Beach, heading south, is Phuong Phat Cape, one of the best places to see the sunset. To the north is Chalong Pier, from which many speedboats depart to nearby islands on the east coast, such as Coral Island, Racha Island and Phi Phi Island. Things to see
Quiet beach, good place for picnic. Introduction Rawai Beach is a very quiet beach located in the eastern part of the southernmost part of Phuket. Because of the shallow water, not many people come to swim here, but there are many big trees with dense shade, so it becomes a good place for picnics. Most of the local Thais come to the beach at noon or in the evening, order charcoal-grilled seafood and green papaya salad sold by the beach vendors, and sit on the beach straw mats prepared by the vendors to eat and chat leisurely, very comfortable.
How to get there
66/2 Viset Road, T.Rawai, Muang, Rawai, Phuket, Thailand, 83130
Visitors can rent a long-tail boat to explore the surrounding islands, and in the easternmost part of Rawai, there is a small village of “sea gypsies” with a seafood market at the head of the village where fresh seafood is sold daily. They also offer sea excursions on long-tailed boats, which are cheaper to rent than in the center of the beach. Meals/Lodging/Shopping There are many tall palm trees growing along the paths that intersect the beach. There is a lot of cheap and delicious seafood in Rawai for those who want to have a relaxing vacation, enjoy the scenery or have a picnic anywhere. Transportation is about 17 km from the city.