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Ya Nui Beach

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Ya Nui Beach

The options at Ya Nui beach for eating and drinking are very limited and so, unlike Phuket's other beaches, Ya Nui is not a paradise for the hungry.

On the beach you'll find a small restaurant serving simple Thai dishes and vendors hawking fresh fruit, drinks, and prepackaged snacks like chips and ice cream.

Up the hill, the restaurant at Nai Ya is open between 8:00 and 18:00 and does Western breakfasts and small meals, but not dinner.

Your best option, and likely the only choice during the low season, is the restaurant at Ya Nui Bungalows. It's open all day and has a larger menu.

Other than buying beer and drinking it on the beach, the bar attached to The Last Paradise has cheap drink specials and is definitely worth checking out.

Another nearby option is the food stands near the Promthep view point, but they're only open during the day.

When you grow bored of eating fried rice, rent a motorbike and head toward Rawai or Nai Harn beaches for a wider range of options. Well-developed Nai Harn has lots of western restaurants while Rawai is known for its fresh seafood.

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