Swim in the glowing Krabi
Have you seen those pictures of bioluminescent beaches over Instagram and Pinterest and thought they were edited pictures?
Well, I have good news for you, some of those are real beaches, and they are in one of the world's most accessible and friendly countries, Thailand. Tourists and holidaymakers swarm the land for its beautiful beaches.
bioluminescent beaches are easily on every traveler's bucket list. These beaches come alive at night and are quoted as "an experience of a lifetime."
Ton Sai, Krabi Top 15 Bioluminescent Beaches in the World
Ton Sai beach is packed with interesting activities. The pristine beaches, soft sand and cool waters make it perfect for a refreshing swim after sunset. Deep into the night, glowing waters will make you feel as if you are among the sparkling stars and pixie dust.
The Bioluminescent planktons are amazing to see during the night of the new moon. So, if you are planning to visit Ton Sai beach, especially to witness glowing plankton, make sure to come between November and May, as it’s the best time of the year to see plankton around the new moon phase. This will be one of the most amazing experiences you’ll ever have!
Swim in the glowing Krabi waters
By Private Longtail Boat
Private Tour (Maximum 6 person)
You can book tour for tomorrow until 23:59. Local time: 21:02 GMT+7.
Pickup: 5.00 PM
Return: 9.00 PM
Pay deposit as confirmation, the rest of payment pay
by cash on tour date!
What time of year can you see bioluminescent plankton in Thailand?
Coming to Railay Beach, Krabi during the high season (November to April) can increase your chances of seeing the plankton. Going on a clear, moonless night is highly recommended.
The bioluminescent plankton are easier to see during the time just before, during, and just after the start of the new moon because it’s darkest. So, the best times of 2023 will be during November and December of 2023, but really anytime around a new moon can produce the awesome result you’re looking for!
New Moon Dates for 2023
Come 1-2 days before, during, or 1-2 days after the new moon phase and you will have the best chances of seeing the plankton glowing blue in the water around you.
January 21, 2023 (come 19-23rd)
February 20, 2023 (come 18-22nd)
March 21, 2023 (come 19-23rd)
April 20, 2023 (come 18-22nd)
May 19, 2023 (come 17-21st)
June 18, 2023 (come 16-20th)
July 17, 2023 (come 15-19th)
August 16, 2023 (come 14-18th)
September 14, 2023 (come 12-16th)
October 14, 2023 (come 12-16th)
November 13, 2023 (come 11-15th)
December 12, 2023 (come 10-14th)