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South Beaches of Ko Samui

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Coral Cove Beach 

C oral Cove is a tiny bay with coarse reddish sand. The beach here is very clean: there are no bottles and old palm branches beneath your feet. On the left and on the right there are gigantic boulders growing right from the sand, like frightening guards, protecting an access to the bay from the sea. In glades between the boulders you can find hiding places to get away from strangers sight in this by far secluded oasis.…

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Crystal Bay Beach 

C rystal Bay or Thongtakian is a small sandy beach, surrounded by severe-looking cliffs and boulders. Conglomerations of those stone guards secure the entrance into this green tiny bay from the sea. The sand on the shore and on the sea bed is very light, fine and soft. Hewn by salty water big rocks are scattered over the beach, sea bed and by the shore. Yet, there is a place for a good swim here, and for lying and sunbathing in the shallows. …

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Lamai Beach 

P erhaps, Lamai could be called the best beach for those, who feel like diving into the water right here and right now. At the same time, the sea won’t be cloudy as on Maenam, Bophut or Big Buddha Beach. The water here is deep and clean, and on a clear day – it is of jade-green shade. In order to submerge up to your shoulders it is only enough to make a few steps on a sandy bed without any silt. If there are some shreds of seaweed, it is only after storms, when they are thrown onto the shore from the depths of the stormy sea.…

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Hua Thanon Beach 

T he northern part of Hua Thanon Beach is a small bay. There are smoothed by the water stones on the shore here, and the sand is coarse and of light reddish hue. Pleasure boats are anchored by the shore, and separate yachts and motorboats, which mostly belong to the centre of water sports, which office is situated right here. Southwards the beach stretches out into a spacious, a bit stretching out into the sea, coast line, and grainy sand is replaced by smooth flour of greyish-and-white colour.…

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Bang Kao Beach 

T he sea on Bang Kao Beach is shallow with a bad – mainly oozy and stony – bed. In the east the area of shallow water is the most extensive: it stretches into the sea for more than 400 meters. The strip of the shallows narrows westward of the beach. Dense coral gardens start just after the shallows. It is because of them the sea bed is so unpleasant. On the one hand, they are the centre of concentration of sea wildlife and produce a lot of organic waste. On the other hand, they restrain the tide, preventing it from clearing the bed.…

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Taling Ngam Beach 

T he northern part of Hua Thanon Beach is a small bay. There are smoothed by the water stones on the shore here, and the sand is coarse and of light reddish hue. Pleasure boats are anchored by the shore, and separate yachts and motorboats, which mostly belong to the centre of water sports, which office is situated right here. Southwards the beach stretches out into a spacious, a bit stretching out into the sea, coast line, and grainy sand is replaced by smooth flour of greyish-and-white colour.…

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Lipa Noi Beach 

L ipa Noi Beach in Lipa Noi or Tong Yang bay is an ambivalent beach. Its southern coast is absolutely dissimilar to its northern coast, and the best place for water entertainments is in the middle. The depth in the central part is quite comfortable, the bed disappears in approximately one hundred meters. The entrance into the sea is very gradual, crumbly reddish sand is beneath your feet. The water on the whole beach is slightly muddy, but it gets most transparent in the centre. Moreover, this part of the beach is the most well-groomed and quite clean.…

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