Located on the east coast of Phuket, Surin beach is blessed with beautiful white sand and amazing clear turquoise waters. It is one of the nicest beaches on the island which is great for swimming and even surfing during the low season.

Beach Club

Catch Beach Club, used to be one of the fanciest and stylish beach club, restaurant, and lounge in Surin Beach features good live music with DJ and relaxing yet fun and cool atmosphere. It has closed and reopened in December 2016 on Bangtao Beach. Read our post on the hippest and coolest beach clubs in Phuket if you want more options.


After or before a swim on the beach, you can walk on the main street of Surin beach to find upscale restaurants such as the Oriental Spoon restaurant located inside Twinpalms Hotel. Along this street, there are many other varieties of food ranging from Thai Food, Italian Food, and other western food.


There’s not so much around Surin beach when it comes to shopping. To mention a few, there’s Lemongrass that sells aromatherapy products and known to have been using ingredients that are fresh and derived from safe, renewable resources. There is also The Plaza, a 3-floor trendy building that sells house decors, artworks, and some fashion products.

Private Luxury Villas

The Ayara Hilltops and Baan Thai Surin Hill are two of the most high-end private luxury villa estate in Surin beach area. Our luxurious Villa 15 Ayara (a six-bedroom private villa) and Villa Yang Som (a 5-bedroom luxury villa) are located in the area.

Other Luxury Accommodations

The famous Amanpuri, a member of the Aman Group resorts can be found in the Surin Beach area. Other luxury accommodations in the area are Twinpalms Phuket, Hilton DoubleTree Hotel & resort, and The Surin Phuket. If you need to see more options, see our post on the 15 most luxurious hotels and resorts in Phuket.

More Tips

If you need some cash, at the entrance of the street leading to the beach, there are 2 ATM machines. Parking is available around the area, although it may get too busy during the high season. If you are up for some real local cuisines, there are many local food stalls just at the entrance of the beach.