A small secluded beach that does tend to get quite crowded during the high season. Easy to get to but can also be easy to miss if you are not careful.
Laem Singh beach is located a few minutes drive north of Kamala in a small curving bay at the foot of forest-fringed cliffs. There is no accommodation here and not much other development except a few restaurants and shops.
It is quite easy to miss Laem Singh, the only indication of the entrances are small handpainted signs on the road between Kamala and Surin. Both entrances to the beach have car parks, for which there is a small charge. If you don’t fancy the steep walk down, head for the second car park on the road coming from Kamala heading north. The path here is longer but not as steep.
Because the beach can only be accessed by a walk down a steep path, Laem Singh has a more private feel than many of Phuket’s other beaches. Nevertheless it can get quite busy on the weekends with plenty of sunbeds as its one of the most beautiful spots on the island.