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Surf Schools in Thailand« on: July 19 2006 10:07:00 »
I am just starting out with the surfing thing and would like to find a surfing school in Thailand where if I need to get lessons I can and where I can rent a board as I don't have one yet.
RE: Surf Schools in Thailand« Reply #2 on: July 26 2006 09:07:00 »
Thanks so much for the advice, I am so loving surfing but unfortunately am based in London for a few months so keep travelling to Ireland. Thanks again.
RE: Surf Schools in Thailand« Reply #3 on: May 27 2007 19:05:00 »
I want to go surfing to Thailand this summer cause I'm living in china. I'm a beginner and i need to take some lessons and rent a board. Did you fnd everything last year. Please let me know how was your trip.
RE: Surf Schools in Thailand« Reply #4 on: May 29 2007 02:05:00 »
Da surf shop at Kata beach, Phuket has the most knowlege.
RE: Surf Schools in Thailand« Reply #5 on: February 29 2008 12:02:00 »
I know that late March and April are not the best months for surfing Thailand, but if no other possibility, would you suggest Phuket or Samui?
RE: Surf Schools in Thailand« Reply #6 on: March 03 2008 09:03:00 »
Minimal waves and maximum water pollution; better go butterfly watching. Phukat is Tijuana of Asia.
RE: Surf Schools in Thailand« Reply #7 on: July 01 2011 00:07:00 »
There is good surf in Khao Lak, and it's more laid back than Phuket or Samui by far.
RE: Surf Schools in Thailand« Reply #8 on: July 19 2011 23:07:00 »
The waves on Koh Lanta are also great for surfing - and guaranteed no crowds.