Laem Singh Beach Snorkeling
The 11th most popular snorkel dive spot in Thailand.
Monday 1 August 2016 06:53 GMT
Northwest of Phuket Town, the snorkeling at Laem Singh Beach is known as a scenic destination. While the broad sand flats offshore make for pretty blue water, it adversely affects the water clarity. In the past, this was known as a remote and pristine beach, but it has now been found. Overall, there are at least six beach-front restaurants.
Keep in mind that the beach-accessed snorkeling dive sites on Phuket Island are known to be unsafe except during high tourist season.
To reach the snorkeling in Phuket Island by air, fly into Phuket International Airport (HKT) which is located north of Phuket Town on the north end of Phuket Island. From the airport to your hotel, you’ll most likely use a regular taxi car. There is also an Airport Bus to the Phuket City bus terminal #1 and does stop at the Pearl Village Hotel complex. The public bus called Song Taew also runs to the main beaches, and for instance, can be picked up from the local bus terminal in Phuket Town in front of the Central Market on Ranong Road. They run about every 30 minutes. For public transport between beaches, you’ll need to use the Tuk-tuks (communal pickup trucks), which have the exclusive rights for inter-beach transport. The rates charged by Tuk-tuk drivers will seem quite high. While it may sound like a good idea to rent a car, it is generally considered to be quite dangerous to drive yourself around with all the steep winding poorly maintained roads.
Overall, Laem Singh Beach is the 11th most popular snorkel dive spot of all 13 snorkeling dives in Thailand.