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Top Beaches in Asia

Updated: Feb 4, 2023

When thinking of natural paradises one easily overlooks Asia, when in fact Asia has some of the most breathtakingly beautiful and one-of-a-kind beaches. Paired with some stunning locations and a cultural experience you will never forget. Here are the top beaches in Asia you just cannot miss.

Pantai Merah, commonly referred to as the pink beach, is one of the seven beaches in the world with natural pink sand. Creating an iconic collaboration between pink and blue, the beach features a gorgeous strip where you can sunbathe, or take on some of the many interesting water sports being offered.

Located just a short boat ride away from Bali, the pink beach lies right next to the Komodo National Park. A place where you will find more komodo dragons than humans, but it will not push you away from indulging in a wonderful experience.

White sands and an open view across the bay are exactly what you need from your beach getaway. So why hang out on overcrowded beaches when you can take a short boat ride from Phuket to Phang Nga Bay. Here you will find two islands that offer you a unique and mesmerizing experience.

For those looking to experience some solitude, you cannot go wrong with Koh Yao Yai. The beach is rarely crowded making it the perfect place to go for a swim or just sit back and take in the stunning view.

Tucked away behind lush green cliffs is one of the hidden gems of Bali. The Nyang Nyang beach can be accessed after a 20-minute walk down a rocky hill. However, the walk is worth the view and privacy it has to offer. Only here can you enjoy a completely open view of a foamy coastline paired with gold sand that features a dramatic impact.

A wonderful spot for experienced surfers, or those looking to enjoy a soothing day at the beach. As the beach does not offer any food or drinks it is best to pack your food and drinks and just take in one of the most simple pleasures of life.

Miyako Island is a well-hidden gem that has a unique ecosystem that ensures perfectly preserved coral reefs. Making the beaches on the island one of the most well-preserved and unspoiled beaches in the world. Famous for being tranquil and offbeat the island is a great place to escape the crowd.

Featuring staggering turquoise blue waters and soft sand the island is a dream. Maehama being the island's largest beach is definitely the most breathtaking one. Making it a great place to swim, catch some waves, and just watch the sun go down.

The white beach might only be four kilometers long, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in beauty. Featuring white sand that is paired with glassy smooth deep blue waters. Making it the perfect place to go for a swim and explore life under the sea.

The place comes with resorts and restaurants but the government has controlled tourism, making sure the beauty of the island remains preserved. So only a handful get to experience its soft white sand, clear blue water, and paths that lead you from the coast to the lush green trails.

One of the greatest joys in life is to sit on the edge of shimmering blue sea water and take in the natural beauty this world has to offer. As the sun shines brightly over your head, and the cold breeze takes you by surprise you are washed over with calmness as the waves crash on the shore.

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