It looks excellent in any weather, like being in the Caribbean, a bit nostalgic, very green with palm trees leaning over the sand and now, you can have the beach almost for yourself! It is a surprising beach. This hidden gem is between Kamala Beach and Surin beach, and while those two beaches can be bustling during peak season, the beautiful Laem Singh beach is deserted! There are 2 ways to get to that beach, by land and by boat.
Go to Surin beach and walk south (that’s to the left of the beach when facing the sea). You will see a tiny white sign near the sea and a guy standing next to it. The poster is in English. The price is 100 baht per person or 400 baht for the whole boat.
The beginning of the trail starts just after Patcharin Seafood, the only restaurant still standing in Surin beach, at the very south end. You can spot it easily. Walk past the restaurant, or even through it and start climbing the rocks along the sea. Soon you will locate the first sign.