A stunning beach at the north of the island. Watersports not allowed on this beach. If you enjoy peace and quiet a leisurely swim head to Tanjung Rhu. Remember your beach mat as there are no sunbeds here.  When driving to this beach you will meet with a barrier across the road and a guard. This has been erected by the Tanjung Rhu resort. The resort owns the access road to the beach..not the beach so do not let this put you off.


  Before you reach Tanjung Rhu you will pass this narrow stretch of beach. It is home now to Nam Watersports easy to spot with its large pagoda.  This is a favourite area for dog walkers in the morning. Lovely to have a stroll then sit for a coffee at Scarborough Fish and Chips


By far the busiest beach on the island. The large white sand beach is a tourist favourite. Watersports available, sunbeds and umbrellas.  A few bars face the beach and they are a great place to sit and watch the amazing sunsets.


Just past Chenang not so busy and limited watersports. Very picturesque. Beware when swimming in this area as it can have a strong undertow at certain times of the year.


Next to Telaga Harbour and The Danna this is a small picturesque beach.  However this is not an ideal beach for swimming as the seabed is quite muddy and uncomfortable to stand on. But if you are just looking to have a picnic and watch the yachts  its a great stop off point.


On the Datai road this gorgeous beach is worth the journey. With no beach activities or tour boats the beach is pristine and the water crystal clear.  There is an excellent café at the beach serving local food and drinks.  Although a peaceful beach it can be busy with locals on a Friday or local holidays so if its peace and tranquility you are in search of avoid these days.