Rawai and Nai Harn have loads of activities to indulge in, whether you’re after land-based action or water sports. Rawai’s beachfront is the perfect spot from which to take a longtail boat to other smaller isles, such as Coral Island and Racha Island. Its promenade is perfect for a stroll to explore the little shops and restaurants that line this picturesque beach road. Nai Harn boasts spectacular beauty, particularly at one of the island’s most famous viewpoints, Promthep Cape. This headland rises high above the sea where you’ll find an awe-inspiring vista, parts of which also act as the launch pad for many a paraglider. Down on the beach, boogie boarding, surfing and swimming are all popular pastimes.
Please note that Nai Harn beach can get very busy during the weekends with Thai and Western families spending the whole day there. Nai Harn Lake, just behind the beach, is popular with joggers and dog walkers alike should you fancy a bit of exercise. To the west of Nai Harn Beach is another seashore known as Ao Sane that offers spectacular snorkelling opportunities. It can be reached by way of an underpass, which can be found at the large hotel and leads you onto a narrow, winding road up the hill affording expansive views of the land and sea. To the west of Nai Harn is another small beach called Ya Nui. This sheltered cove is perfect for snorkelling and taking a kayak out to the island opposite. Rawai and Nai Harn also boast several Muay Thai training camps should you fancy getting fit.
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Find out where to stay, what to do and where to eat in Rawai. Whether you enjoy basking in the sunshine on the beach, participating in energetic activities, sampling the delights of Asian and international cuisine, taking advantage of the shopping opportunities, or experiencing Rawai's nightlife, we’ll show you exactly where and when to go.