Bohemian and shady, Nai Yang Beach, with its casuarinas, small beach bars, and shacks, remains a favorite with tourists who discover it. It is ideal for resting, receiving traditional massages, and tasting the delicious local cuisine. The famous Sirinath Park is also nearby. Nai Yang is a casuarina-lined beach in northern Phuket. This relatively quiet beach is excellent for kite surfing, but there’s plenty to see and do aside from lounging on the sand.
Experience the local culture by visiting the morning market and a Buddhist temple (daily aerobic sessions occur in the morning). Covering the beaches of Nai Yang, Nai Thon, and Mai Khao, Sirinat National Park is a must-see if you want to spend time in nature.
Things to do in Nai Yang Beach:
Nai Yang Beach is part of Sirinat National Park in Phuket. There are some spaces (open pavilions) to hide from the sun or rain on the beach. This northern area is a local favorite as the beach lacks the commercial flair of Patong or Karon. If you drive around on the weekend, you will see many families, groups of friends, or couples picnicking in the large shaded areas on the beach. Many food vendors usually congregate along the street. To prepare all classic Thai dishes, sweets, drinks, and local fruits.
Nai yang market:
Nai Yang Market is a colorful community market open three days a week. Shopping in this open-air market can be fun and eye-opening for travelers. Many products are displayed, from tropical vegetables and fruits to clothing and handicrafts.
Sirinath National Park:
The Sirinath National Park stretches 90 square kilometers west of Phuket International Airport to the island’s northern tip. The beaches of Nai Yang, Nai Thon, and Mai Khao are part of this protected area. The park’s north end is a mangrove forest with saltwater marshes supporting a unique ecosystem. There is an 800-meter-long wooden walkway with signs indicating the species of plants and animals in the woods. The entrance to Sirinath National Park is near the Sarasin Bridge, which connects Phuket to Phang Nga Province.
Wat Mongkol Wararam
Wat Mongkol Wararam (Nai Yang Temple) is worth a visit for its interesting structures, including an abbot’s wooden house built in 1954. It is also a community-run temple with aerobics classes during the dry season. Everyone can participate for free. Each session usually begins at 5:00 p.m. m.; Bring some drinking water as there are few shops near the temple.
Aqua One Watersports Phuket
Your experienced, multilingual crew always looks for fun, but safety comes first. You will find the center on Nai Yang Beach, just 10 minutes from Phuket International Airport.
Yoga in Nai Yang
Many Nai Yang resorts offer free yoga classes for guests, but they accept walk-ins for a small fee. Private sessions usually start at 1800 baht, while group classes start at around 500 baht. One of the most popular yoga studios in Nai Yang is Baan Yoga Phuket, about 5 minutes from Naiyang Beach. And Sirinath National Park. Offers twice-daily hatha yoga classes Tuesday through Friday and morning sessions on weekends.