Nai Harn & Promthep Cape The beaches and scenery in the south west of Phuket are well worth a visit. The beautiful Nai Harn Beach is not as crowded as many of the west coast beaches, and just a short drive over a mountain you can discover the famous viewpoint Promthep Cape.
Nai Harn Beach The gorgeous Nai Harn Beach is tranquil and calm with no noisy jet skis or speed boats, just beautiful scenery, gentle waves lapping on the shore and yachts moored in the distant waters. A great destination for families where children can play in the sand and enjoy splashing around in the water.
Behind the beach visitors can pick up beach essentials and snacks from the food vendors with drinks, fresh fruit and barbecue chicken to name a few. Relax all day on the sun loungers, and enjoy a Thai massage at one of the massage huts a few steps away.
Promthep Cape A well-known attraction in the south of Phuket is Promthep Cape where the most southernly tip of the island sinks into the deep blue Andaman Sea. Promthep Cape is where people flock at sunset to witness for themselves the fabulous postcard picture of the sun setting on another day in paradise.
As well as the enjoying the amazing views with the characteristic swaying palm trees, visitors can look around a small lighthouse museum and elephant shrine. Locals burn incense and pay their respects to Lord Buddha at the shrine, which has hundreds of elephants statues of all shapes and sizes.