A Month Trip of Surf Holidays in South East Asia!

Thinking about South East Asia as holiday destination will instantly remind you of the tropical Bali, the exotic Thailand, the vibrant Philippines. There’s something about South East Asia—the pleasant weather, warm water, and cheap cost of living that attracts holiday makers from all around the world. South East Asia is also home to pumping swell, rippers, and surf breaks—this continent is one of the best place in the world to have superb surf holidays! Asia should definitely be in your bucket list if you take surfing seriously. Here, we covered five best surf breaks in South East Asia that constantly cast surfing spells among surfers.

A Month Trip of Surf Holidays in South East Asia!

Best Surf Holidays Destination in All Asia

Bali, Indonesia

Ah, the Island of God. Bali is the most internationally famous island in Indonesia and the rise of its fame back in the ’60s was exactly due to surfing. Bali offers large variety of surf breaks for any level of surfers to enjoy featuring lush jungles, luxury spas, buzzing nightlifes, and backpacker-friendly accommodation. Beginners often prefer softer breaks in Kuta, Seminyak, and some part of Canggu. Pro surfers looking for more challenging waves will love Uluwatu and Bukit Peninsula, where you’ll find soaring cliffs and emptier beaches. Bali is practically available for surf holidays all year long. The best season usually last between April to September. But the wet season, running from October to March, is usually just as sunny. The rains are usually light and stop just in few hours. 

Thailand

The home of delicious Pad Thai, white elephant, and some of the best beaches in Asia, Thailand is one of the most popular tourist destination all around the globe. The 3.200 km of coastline in Thailand spells surfing and believe us, the options are endless. One of the best surf spot is Phuket, but it might get crowded in peak season. You might try the water on Kalim Beach, Kata Beach,  Surin Beach, Kamala Beach, and of course, the Cape Pakarang. And when you want to have a break from surf holidays, you can aways relish on Thailand’s wonderful attraction. The temple tours, Sak Yat tattoo, and delicious cuisine are calling!

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Mentawai, Indonesia

With pumping world class waves and remote locations, it’s safe to say that Mentawai is the mecca of surfing. Having surf holidays in Mentawai means you either go big or go home. The waves in Mentawai ranges from 2 to 12 foot, with average waves being 6 foot high. The Mentawai has more than 20 surf spots, within ranging waves from fun sized walls to stand up barrels. Most surfing spots are uncrowded (this is a far flung destination anyway!) which makes Mentawai even more a surfing heaven. 

Surf Holidays at Philippines 

Philippines might not be the largest country in the world, but it’s the world’s fifth largest island country with magnificent 36.289 km coastline. With so many coastline to count, Philippines shows big potential as surf holidays destination. Surfing culture is steadily emerging in the Philippines, with most tourists going to Baler, one of the premier surf destination in the country. Other hottest surf spots, are La Union, Samar, Zambales, Gubat, Pagudpud, and the Siargao Island. 

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