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9 miles from Ao Chalong

NUI BAY. 7°47.087N, 98°17.324E

This deep, rocky bay – a throwback to what Phuket was like 40 years ago – sits in a deep cleft in the mountainous north headland of Nai Harn, where anchorage is in about 12 metres. There’s a small beach onshore with a restaurant, and only enough swinging room for two or three boats.

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Ya Nui Beach looking north to Windmill Point and Nai Harn
Ya Nui Beach looking north to Windmill Point and Nai Harn | Photo by IMAGE asia
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