Phuket Island radio’s introduction to Phuket Beach Clubs for the end of 2021 and into 2022. As the Island gets back to some sort of normal we would like to keep you up to date with everything that is happening, opening around the beach clubs in Phuket.

A visit to any of the superb Phuket Beach Clubs is a must-do holiday experience during your stay on our Phuket Island paradise. Here we give you some information on what to expect, typical Beach Club activities with international DJs and the best times we believe to visit.

As an island, Phuket is blessed with an array of beautiful, paradise-like beaches, rugged palm-fringed coastlines and winding roads with views to impress. It is Thailand’s largest and most attractive island to tourism, boasting an additional 32 islands off its coast.

Phuket Beach Clubs and the Seasons

The temperatures are consistent through the High Season running from November usually until April when the ‘Biggest Water Fight in the World’ takes place, Songkran which is the Thai New Year.

Phuket Island is famous for its diverse range of activities both on and off the water and in April it won’t matter you can be sure to get wet. Phuket weather is fairly predictable, with exceptionally heavy rain and intense thunderstorms at certain times of the year. It is after all ‘tropical’ with a “Green Season” when the Island can experience a number of weather changes in one day.  

Day or Night at Phuket Beach Clubs

Spend a day, an afternoon or an evening at one of Phuket’s best and coolest beach clubs and enjoy all the splendour our paradise island has to offer. Special events, Fire shows, guest DJs, the stunning sun sets, divine selections of Western and Thai cuisine and some awesome beachfront locations make any of the classy beach clubs and an experience you won’t forget.

Think about the sunshine, daybeds, large sofas, chilled beats, great feeds and cool cocktails.

Cafe del Mar, Kamala Beach

Phuket is famous for its beautiful beaches, but there’s plenty of room to lay your towel under one of the many palm trees. Some recent years have seen the best hotels and resorts establish themselves along Kamala Beach – take a ride along Millionares’ Mile so you can see some of the prestige resorts and property on Phuket Island!


118/19 Moo3, Kamala,
Kathu District, Phuket,

T: +66 (0) 6 – 5954 – 9388
Facebook: /cafedelmarphuketofficialpage
Instagram: @cafedelmarphuket

Catch Beach Club Bang Tao Beach

Dream Beach Club,

Relax in a breezy cabana with a perfectly made cocktail, looking out over the stunning Andaman Sea.

Kudo Beach Club Patong Beach

Re Kata, Kata Beach

The perfect backdrop for hot beats and cool eats on Kata Beach. Situated inside The 5* Boathouse and right on the beach.

Xana Beach Club, Bang Tao.

Enjoy one of Phuket’s most beautiful sunsets from Xana Beach Club Bang Tao.

Phuket Hotels and Beach Clubs

Many of the Phuket Beach Clubs are owned and operated by some of the prestigious Phuket Hotel and resort operators and with so much choice we have tried to take a small sample of the Phuket Beach Clubs and presented them here.  

Bliss Beach Club, Bang Tao Beach, Phuket.

Bliss Beach Club is now closed and a super new Beach Club, Catch Beach Club is open on the site.

Thank you for visiting our Phuket Beach Clubs page and for tuning into Phuket Island Radio. please do your research and hopefully, you will find the Beach Club, Hotel or Resort with superior accommodation that fits all of your requirements, Remember, we are here online 24/7 to answer your requests. Please do let us know about your vacation on our social sites, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and YouTube.

Please note:- Phuket Island Radio Co Ltd offer the information on these prestige Phuket Beach Clubs in good faith and accept no liability whatsoever in the event of you being dissatisfied. Phuket Island Radio Co Ltd is not a booking agent nor does it receive commissions or introducing fees for managing bookings, this page’s intention is to make available to our listeners the latest news and attractions in and around Phuket, Phuket Islands and in some cases the whole of the Kingdom of Thailand.