Sunset Beach is located on the western end of the Koh Lipe Island in Thailand. The island draws visitors for its picturesque sunset views. The beach is locally known as Hat Pramong and is a 500-metre bay area that forms the shore. This small attraction is less known to tourists. The people who visit often come for the tranquillity and the scenic and clean surroundings.
Billa Beach is yet another hidden and unexploited coastline on the Koh Lipe Island. The route to the picturesque attraction goes from the mountain slopes through dense vegetation. One can get a glimpse of the clear blue waters of the ocean as they walk their way down to the beach. The place is also famous for the beach bungalows, most of them built on the slopes. Billa Beach can be the right spot for those seeking a quiet place.
Sanom Beach is a beautiful beachfront located on the coastline of the Koh Lipe Island in Thailand. The attraction is famous for its turquoise blue shallow waters, a long stretch of white sand and a good deal of beach bungalows offering instant access to the beach. People staying at the cottages can enjoy a fabulous view of the Andaman sea right from their rooms. Sanom Beach is a paradise for beach lovers.
Sunrise Beach is another white sand beach in Koh Lipe, Thailand. It is located to the eastern end of the island and is, therefore, an excellent beach for sunrise views. The crystal clear turquoise waters here are perfect for scuba diving, snorkelling, swimming, boating, etc. The soft sandy stretch of 2 kilometres is perfect for sunbathing, relaxing or for taking a long leisurely walk. Although it is not as visited by tourists as the other beaches of Thailand, Sunrise Beach is a great weekend getaway with some good hotels and resorts.
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