Bluesiam Beach Club is a very quiet and laidback seaside spot where you can chill out on Bangtao Beach. You'll find shaded cabanas, sun loungers and sofas to lay on, with the soft sand just a few steps away. A menu of well-made Thai cuisine and skilfully crafted cocktails makes this a great spot for those who like their beach days to be calm and comfortable.

    The beach club is difficult to miss from the roadside as it's constructed from old shipping containers, with a bright red classic pick-up truck parked outside, among the tall palm trees. There's plenty of space to park both motorbikes and cars about 100 metres from the club itself, with the distance meaning that there are fewer noisy distractions once you get inside.

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    Bluesiam Beach Club features

    The setting of Bluesiam Beach Club is splendid; the entire terrace is right on the beach and is shaded by coconut palms. Much of the seating is in the form of stylish rattan sofas with white cushions and low tables. Adding to the atmosphere of the place, beautiful Thai statues are displayed throughout the property. Soft Latin music mingles with the gentle swish of the sea and the occasional spluttering of a local fisherman's boat engine.

    The menu is mostly Thai, with all the old favourites on it: spring rolls, spicy prawns with mango salad, pad Thai, green curry, and a lot of seafood dishes. There's a small selection of western dishes, including a few pasta dishes and steaks. The quality is impressive, especially the seafood, which is being bought fresh from the local fishermen.

    Bluesiam Beach Club

    Location: 99/1 Bangtao Beach Road, Cherngtalay, Thalang, Phuket 83110, Thailand

    Open: Daily from 10am to 10pm

    Phone: +66 (0)76 386 595

    Ben Reeves | Compulsive Traveller

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