Sairee Beach, Koh Tao

Sairee Beach is the longest beach on Koh Tao, stretching 1.85 km up the west coast. It’s the most popular and busiest beach on Koh Tao, and the surrounding area offers a wide range and variety of accommodations, dive centres, restaurants, bars, cafes, shops and lots of nightlife.

Sairee Beach is a great place to spend the day topping up your tan or, if you are feeling energetic, a game of beach volleyball, frisbee or football. There is also a coral reef just 30 metres from the shore for a spot of snorkelling, and with lots of sand and shallow water, the beach is ideal for families with children. Relax with a sunset drink in the evening and watch the world go by.

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Relax with a sunset drink in the evening and watch the world go by.

Koh Tao Sairee Beach accommodation

Hotels in Sairee Beach

This is the most developed town on Koh Tao and offers convenience with its many accommodation, restaurants, dive schools and shops, all within a short walk…

Koh Tao Sairee Beach restaurant reviews

Restaurants in Sairee Beach

Koh Tao has many places to eat, offering international cuisines and mouth-watering creative fusion blends. Here is a selection of restaurants we have chosen to write about…

Road access
Easy – Access via main road or along the small brick road parallel to the beach.

Laem Jor Por Ror

This area is a cape at the south end of Sairee Beach, where you get a great view of the whole beach and Koh Nang Yuan in the background. It is famous for the large boulder inscribed with the initials of His Majesty the King Chulalongkorn – Rama V, which were carved during his visit to Koh Tao in 1899. There is also a statue of His Majesty. A quiet spot with lots of half-submerged rocks creating a scenic silhouette at sunset.

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King Rama V at Laem Jor Por Ror, Sairee Beach
Sunset at Laem Jor Por Ror, Sairee Beach