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    Nothing beats a beach club for spending warm days relaxing on a sunbed, sipping a refreshing drink, and listening to the DJ or the sound of the waves breaking. Fortunately, some of the top beach clubs in Thailand can be found in Phuket. There’s something for everyone on the island – from laid-back spaces to relax by the beach with friends or family to parties with famous DJ’s and chill sunset drinks. But, with so many beach clubs on the island, which one should you go to? To make choosing easier for you, we have compiled 5 beach clubs in Phuket you have to visit.


    Catch Beach Club

    Catch Beach Club
    Opening hours: Open daily from 11:00 – 23:00.
    Address: Bang Tao Beach, 202/88 Moo 2, Cherngtalay, Thalang, Phuket 83110.

    Catch Beach Club is the original beach club of Phuket. It was the first real beach club opening on the island in 2008. It continues to be a favorite with tourists and locals in Phuket today. This beach club offers a blend of luxury living and leisure with its enormous covered bar, ultra-lux infinity edge pool, comfortable sun loungers, full-service cabanas, and open-air restaurant. Catch Beach Club comes to life as soon as the sun sets. Great nu-disco and techno music is played by some of the top DJs in the area and around the world. The beach club also hosts a variety of spectacular shows to keep you entertained. If you’re looking for a family-friendly beach club, Catch Beach Club can also be an option. It has a Kids’ club called Catch Junior. The kids’ club has a fun playground open during the daytime and is located next door, so party-goers won’t be disturbed.


    Carpe Diem

    Carpe Diem
    Opening hours: Open daily from 12:00 to 00:00.
    Address: 99/1 Bangtao Beach Road, Choeng Thale, Thalang District, Phuket 83110

    Carpe Diem is one of the latest additions to Phuket’s beach club scene. Whether you want to indulge in a tasty lunch, enjoy great music while sipping on a sundowner cocktail, or have an al fresco ocean dinner, Carpe Diem Beach club is the perfect spot to go. Set on the very south side of Bangtao Beach, the beach club boasts stunning views of long-tail boats floating on the ocean. As you step into the beach club, you’ll be welcomed with tall coconut trees and a beautifully-designed open space with a relaxing atmosphere. Besides its stunning settings and immaculate ambience, Carpe Diem also offers simple but delicious food. Each dish on the menu is carefully crafted by professionals using quality ingredients. Be sure to try the woodfired pizzas or pasta dishes for a fulfilling meal. A great selection of tasty and refreshing drinks is also available, including cocktails, Italian beers, Italian sodas, and Espresso Coffee.


    Xana Beach Club

    Xana Beach Club
    Opening hours: Open daily from 11:00 – 22:00.
    Address: Asana Laguna Phuket Resort, 10 Moo 4, Srisoonthorn Road, Cherngtalay, Thalang, Phuket 83110.

    Xana Beach Club is part of the Angsana Laguna Beach Resort. It’s one of the coolest beach clubs in Phuket, with a huge swim-up bar, a private rooftop terrace, and a stunning backdrop of Bang Tao Beach. During the day, the beach club is essentially a fantastic beach restaurant with a swimming pool, perfect for families, solo travellers, couples, or friends. After sunset, this stylish beach club turns into a vibrant bar. The club offers signature mojitos, tropical and classic cocktails, as well as mouthwatering Thai, Mediterranean, and European cuisine. If you’re looking for a chic beach club to relax, swim, watch the sunset, and delight your taste buds with excellent food, Xana Beach Club is the place to be.


    Kudo Beach Club

    Kudo Beach Club
    Opening hours: Open daily from 11:00 – 00:00.
    Address: 33/1 Patong Beach Road, Patong Beach, Phuket 83150.

    Kudo Beach Club Phuket is a great beach club for those looking for to chill amidst a lively ambience in Patong. Sitting right on the sand, the beach club features an inviting swimming pool, a pool bar, a beach bar, a large sitting area, and 2 restaurants. It’s the perfect place to sip a delicious mojito while gazing out over the glimmering Andaman Sea. The music is soft during the day, great for relaxing under the sun. In the evening, the music gets louder as the party starts. Since Kudo Beach Club is home to Kudo Italian Restaurant, make sure to try their authentic Italian cuisine.


    M Beach Club

    M Beach Club
    Opening hours: Open daily from 12:00 to 00:00.
    Address: JW Marriott Phuket Resort & Spa 231, Mai Khao, Talang, Phuket 83110.

    Looking for the perfect place to end the day? Visit the sophisticated M Beach Club at the JW Marriot Phuket Resort & Spa on Mai Khao Beach. Since it’s located pretty far from the buzzing beaches in south Phuket, the stylish beach club offers a serene hideaway that is perfect for some sunset cocktails. Plus, the DJ plays some great tunes, creating the perfect tropical atmosphere. We recommend ordering the tapas and some refreshing cocktails if you’re coming to watch the sunset. But if you’re hungry, there is a wide range of food available on the menu. You can enjoy everything from delicious Thai food to burgers and wagyu steak. Craving for something sweet? There’s a mouthwatering dessert selection as well, including ice creams, cakes, and affogato.


    M Beach Club

    Phuket has no shortage of fantastic beach clubs offering endless fun. With so many beach clubs to choose from, the only problem you have is how to squeeze them all during your stay!

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    Yona Beach Club
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      Sawasdee | Floating Beach Club Party Barge



      A floating beach club barge in Phuket is seeking approval to anchor in Patong Bay. The 500-gross-ton vessel, called the Sawasdee, has luxury party amenities like a bar and swimming pool and can accommodate 500 guests with a crew of 35. The Phuket office of the Marine Department reported that the boat is currently anchored in Patong Bay, where it has been approved to operate as a restaurant by Patong Municipality. However, it is yet to be decided whether the boat will be allowed to remain in the bay. If approved, it will be the first such floating beach club barge permitted to anchor in Patong. Similar barges are floating off the east coast between Phuket and Koh Maphrao and off Bang Rong Pier but are operating as restaurants, not party entertainment venues.

      The Sawasdee party barge has already faced issues with Marine Department regulations, as its registration expired last month. The boat’s operators were fined 10,000 baht for the infraction and have applied to renew the boat’s registration. Phuket marine officials are still in the process of inspecting the party barge, which they have described as a steel vessel with a size of 579 gross tons. Marine officials expressed concerns about safety measures on board, including the boat’s life rafts and fire hose station. They also previously asked the owners of the vessel to present plans for waste management and passenger safety when they inspected it last November at Baan Yamu Pier.

      The Sawasdee was initially registered in Trang province, south of Phuket, on December 16, 2021. It is powered by dual 373kW Cummins diesel engines and is registered as a sea-going vessel permitted to operate in specific areas, though it is not specified which areas. The party barge arrived in Phuket from Kantang on June 4, 2022. The ship was inspected on January 4 as part of a license renewal request submitted on December 29. During this inspection, officers looked at the boat’s sailing equipment, communication equipment, maritime signal apparatus, hull structure, and safety equipment on board. Patong City municipality has issued a “certificate of sound use” for the Sawasdee party boat. The barge owner also has a letter of approval to anchor in Patong Bay from the Phuket Marine Resources Conservation Centre, as well as a certificate of transport and approval for its solid waste management system according to the Phuket News.

      The boat owner has requested to change the boat’s registered type of ship to meet its intended purpose to create a party barge in Phuket, and the request is currently under consideration by the Marine Department’s Bureau of Ship Standards in Bangkok. Phuket marine officials will make a final decision on whether to allow it to anchor in Patong Bay after conducting one more inspection.

      Floating Yona Beach Club told to cease and wait

      A floating beach club barge in Phuket has now been ordered to cease all operations until it gets the full approval it has been seeking to anchor and operate in Patong Bay. Yona Beach Club has been operating with an expired registration and without approval while it waits. The 500-gross-ton vessel housing the beach club, called the Sawasdee, has luxury party amenities like a bar and swimming pool and can accommodate 500 guests with a crew of 35. The Phuket office of the Marine Department reported that the boat is currently anchored in Patong Bay, where it has been approved to operate only as a restaurant by Patong Municipality.

      This order to suspend operations was issued by the Director of the Phuket Office of the Marine Department at a meeting at Phuket Provincial Hall yesterday. This follows a 10,000 baht fine that was handed to the operator last week for running the barge with an expired registration permit. The director announced the decision yesterday.

      “At this time, the ship will have to suspend service until legal action is taken by the officers of the Regional Harbor Office, Phuket branch, to inspect the general structural condition, as well as notifying the shipowner to take legal action in the relevant areas.”
      According to an official report of the meeting, the beach club vessel still needs a third inspection before being given official permission to operate. The operators of the Yona Beach Club have yet to apply to change the boat license from a passenger-type transport to a passenger-type transport with food and beverage service. Other fixes are needed before the party barge can be legal. The boat’s horn signal needs to be fixed, and a fully functioning fire extinguishing control system must be installed. A waste management system also needs to be presented and approved.

      The owners of Yona Beach Club have applied to the Marine Department’s Bureau of Ship Standards in Bangkok, to change the boat’s registered type of ship. The request is currently under consideration. The boat owner has already presented a letter of approval to drop anchor in Patong Bay, issued by the Phuket Marine Resources Conservation Center, including approval for its solid waste management plan and a certificate of transport.

      Patong Municipality has also issued the operator a “certificate of sound use” for the boat, an official report on Friday also confirmed. Inspection photos from officials show six life rafts on the stern of the boat and two fire hose stations. It is yet to be decided whether the boat will be allowed to remain in the bay. If approved, it will be the first such floating beach club barge permitted to anchor in Patong. Similar barges are floating off the east coast between Phuket and Koh Maphrao and off Bang Rong Pier but are operating as restaurants, not party entertainment venues. The director of the Phuket Office of the Marine Department simply said that Yona Beach Club must wait for permission.

      “In the event that this type of boat will come to service around Patong Beach or in any area, it must be approved by the area by the authorised person, namely the provincial working group.”

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        Cafe del Mar Beach Club
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