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Kata Beach

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Victoria
Victoria
July 7, 2020
Kata Beach is a 1.5-km strip of golden sand and is considered one of the most popular beaches in Phuket due to its combination of beauty, facilities and activities. Hundreds of people come each day to soak up the sun and swim in the sea. Often busy but never crowded, this beach is pleasing in many…
Pramonnist
Pramonnist
July 6, 2020
as it is clean and beauty full beach , with not so many people and has vast shadows under the trees to hide from the sun.
David
David
March 8, 2020
Kata Beach diving is easily Thailand's premiere macro diving destination. If you're into macro diving and photography, you don't need to go to Anilao or Raja Ampat or pay for lengthy, crowded boat trips to remote locations to see amazing sea life, it's all conveniently right here at Kata Beach. The…
Panjai
Panjai
December 10, 2019
One of the most gorgeous beaches in Phuket. Many activities such as boating, parasailing, snorkeling, diving and sunbathing to name just a few
Pantip & Jeremy
Pantip & Jeremy
November 23, 2019
Very touristic beach due to a very beautiful scenery and many restaurants around.

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Ubicación
Karon, จ.ภูเก็ต 83100