Some of the road around the island is closed, there is no car running (pictured is the way down from Promthep Cape to Yanui Beach where we can see the viewpoint of wind turbines and Nai Harn Beach on the back). "Phuket today ... the day the beach becomes even more beautiful"
After the lockdown of Phuket Province and all beaches around the island, all shops and hotels has been closed too. Although this measure has inevitably affecting Phuket's economy, the nature of Phuket has been revived again and will become even more beautiful.
Notes: These photos were taken in late May which is considered the monsoon period of Phuket. Every year, the beach usually has more rubbish carried up by the waves than the high season and wind waves are quite strong. But with reduced water activities and waste water, the sea of Phuket today is so amazingly beautiful.
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Let's start at Phromthep Cape, a popular sunset spot that has no people today.
Some of the road around the island is closed, there is no car running (pictured is the way down from Promthep Cape to Yanui Beach where we can see the viewpoint of wind turbines and Nai Harn Beach on the back).
Nai Harn Beach without umbrellas and people.
Karon Beach, people are doing activities near the beach but staff will make sure to let no one enter the beach area.
Kata Beach, despite without a blocking rope at some spots, most tourists just stay in the above area and not walking down to the beach.
Patong Beach is very quiet today. The roadside is normally full of vendors. None today.
High angle of Patong beach (several shades of water are caused by strong undercurrent blowing up sand sediment, creating beautiful shades at the spots with different depths).
From the road around the island looking back to Patong.
Kamala Beach, watching from the viewpoint.
Laem Singh, watching from the roadside viewpoint.
Rawai Beach does not seem to be very strict about closing down the beach. There are several local people sitting and relaxing on the beach.
If nothing has changed, Phuket will reopen the beach again on June 9, 2020.
Don't forget to come back to Phuket on a more beautiful day.
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Monday, June 29, 2020 3:28 PM