Nui Beach is in the southwestern part of Phuket between Kata and Nai Harn beaches and approximately 30 meters through the jungle from the Karon View Point. It’s a small secluded beach roughly 120 meters long, surrounded by cooling palms and with large bathing rocks dotted in the sand.
There is a small entrance fee of 350 baht per person (children aged 12 and under are free), and there is a 500 baht fee if you are using the provided transfer service to get down the steep unstable path through the jungle to the reception where you pay. While the path is wide enough and is maintained regularly, we suggest using the transfer service for those who are not accustomed to driving on such terrain. Included in your entrance fee is an umbrella, a beach mat and 1 towel per person.
Because Nui Beach is situated on the property of the Nui Bay Members Club, their staff help to clean and maintain the beach. There is also access to the clubs bar and restaurant which offers a small menu with many local and international dishes. The beach also offers many out door and water sports such as sea kayaking, snorkelling, donuts boating and more. The use of these activities is not included in your entrance fee but can be paid for at the reception desk upon arrival. The cost for snorkelling and sea kayaking is between 350-400 baht per person, the cost of donuts boating and fly boarding is 350-400 baht per person. There is also an array of massage beds and shacks offering all kinds of massages with prices starting at 600 baht per hour.