The Best Naturist Resorts in Thailand

9 Best Naturist Resorts in Thailand To Get Naked

If you’re planning a trip to Thailand and would like to book a clothing-optional resort, in this article I’ll cover most of them.

The majority are located in Phuket, but there are a few in Pattaya, Bangkok, and Chiang Mai as well.

In those resorts not only can you relax in a natural state after doing all the clothed and touristy things, but you can also hook up with swinger couples if that is your kink.

Let’s jump in and find out about the best naturist resorts in Thailand for every city!


Best Naturist Resorts in Phuket

The majority of Thailand’s naturist resorts are located in Phuket. Here are some of the most popular ones.


1) Peace Blue Naiharn Naturist Resort Phuket

Peace Blue Naiharn Naturist Resort Phuket

Formerly known as Lemon Tree Naturist Resort, this place is just a few minutes’ drive from Rawai Beach and about an hour from Phuket International Airport.

It’s a small resort with only two pools and a total of 11 rooms spread across three different types.

The “Deluxe Room” is like a cute cottage, complete with a terrace right by the main pool.

And if you’re after serious seclusion, there’s a two-story villa that comes with its own private access to the second pool.

Prices start at 2,900 Thai baht per night, and breakfast costs an extra 250 baht while a small bottle of beer will set you back 150 baht.

During my stay, I mainly bumped into European travelers, not so many locals. And met Patty and Golf (the owners), a dynamic couple who consistently went above and beyond for their guests.

I love how this resort is only 15 minutes away from Nui Beach, where you can roam around without your clothes.



2) Harmony NATURIST Resort

Harmony NATURIST Resort

A newly refurbished adult-only getaway which is also located at Rawai.

It is run by British couple Neil and Tracy, who are pretty much always there to greet the guests.

The resort features 9 cozy cottages, a lovely outdoor pool and a bar serving cocktails and snacks.

Guests can relax by the pool or enjoy games like badminton and volleyball in the garden.

Rooms are priced at 3000 baht per night, a bit on the pricier side, but the relaxed atmosphere makes it worth it.

You can also get discounts on nearby Island excursions. The closest beach, Yanui Beach, is just a short distance away, while Nai Harn Beach is about 1 km away.



3) Oriental Beach Village

Oriental Beach Village Naturist Resort

Oriental Beach Resort sits on Koh Kho Khao, a two-hour drive north of Phuket airport, right by the Andaman Sea.

The rooms are spacious and comfy, and the resort’s facilities are top-notch with premium furniture.

But what really stands out is the friendly staff. They’re always ready to help with a smile.

It’s the only naturist resort in Southeast Asia right on the beach. Imagine strolling naked for miles while enjoying the cold breeze.

I met many naturists from Europe and the UK, and everyone was friendly and ready to chat near the poolside.

My only complaint is that it’s on the pricier side, with rates upwards of 5300 baht per night.

But if you’re after peace, meeting fun people, and a killer beach view, it’s worth every baht.


Best Naturist Resorts in Pattaya

There are a lot of adult things to do in Pattaya, and visiting a naturist resort is one of them. Let’s go over some of your best options.


4) Dragonfly Naturist Village

Dragonfly Naturist Village

Dragonfly Village is one of the largest naturist resorts in Thailand located only 10 km from Pattaya.

I must say that they have a very friendly staff and the bar serves up some fantastic signature cocktails.

You can enjoy your drinks poolside or in the Onsen area, with tables set around the pool for meals.

And if you want to relax, visit the massage spa near the pond. They even have a well-equipped gym for fitness enthusiasts.

Another thing worth mentioning is their complimentary transport to central Pattaya if you stay for a week or more.

Now, let’s talk about the prices. Your stay at Dragonfly Village can vary depending on your choice of membership.

They offer yearly memberships starting at 20,000 baht for males and 5,000 baht for females. If you prefer a day visit, it’s 1,000 baht with timings between 9 am to 9 pm.



5) Yaka Hotel

Yaka Naturist Hotel

This resort is located at Pattaya South, just a 7-minute stroll from Pratumnak Beach and half a mile from Dongtan Beach.

It’s the only couples-only naturist resort in Thailand, so it’s pretty common to find swingers here, especially during their weekend parties.

The hotel has a spa, outdoor swimming pool, Jacuzzi, and spacious rooms.

As far as pricing goes, you can get a room for just 1,000 baht per night.

I know, this is pretty cheap considering the other resorts on this list, but keep in mind that it’s not a premium resort either.


6) Chan Resort Naturist

Chan Resort Naturist

Located in the heart of Pattaya, Chan Resort is a small but welcoming haven for naturists.

Its central location means you’re just a short drive away from all the popular attractions like Walking Street, and Jomtien Beach.

This is the first naturist resort in Thailand and they’ve managed to maintain a high standard over the years.

The rooms are spacious, and most offer a view of the swimming pool. Plus, they’re kept squeaky clean.

If you’re hungry, you can grab a bite in their restaurant right beside the pool area.

And big props to the resort manager, Ms. Ja, who makes sure everyone feels right at home.

Prices start from 1,800 baht, depending on the room you choose. It’s a sweet deal for a relaxing stay in Pattaya.



Best Naturist Resorts in Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai has a few decent naturist resorts that are often overlooked, so let’s have a look at what you can find.


7) The Oriental Village

The Oriental Naturist

Oriental Village Resort is the perfect place to enjoy a peaceful four-star getaway.

Need a ride from the airport? No problem, the owner will pick you up for 600 baht.

After a scenic drive into the countryside, you’ll arrive at the serene resort. If you aren’t tired, grab a free bike to start exploring it right away or rent a scooter.

They also have a nice on-site restaurant that serves affordable meals that you can pay for on your day of departure.

You can even get a massage for 500 baht per hour and while it’s obviously not as hot as a soapy massage, it can still make you feel relaxed.

There’s also a swimming pool to beat the heat – just don’t forget your sunscreen.

As for the pricing, the rooms start here at 5500 baht per night.



8) Free Tribe Resort

Free Tribe Naturist Resort

Free Tribe Nudist Resort offers cozy accommodations with garden views and a laid-back bar.

It’s conveniently located just 6 miles from Tha Pae Gate and 6.5 miles from Three Kings Monument.

The resort features a patio, pool views, a comfy seating area, a flat-screen TV, and a fully equipped kitchen.

Plus, guests can enjoy an à la carte, Asian, or vegetarian breakfast at the property.

There’s plenty to do here! You can shoot some billiards or relax near the pool or in the shared lounge area to chat with other naturists.

My only complaint about this resort is that booking can be a bit old-school.

There’s no online option, you’ll need to give them a call to reserve your spot or use a third-party booking site.


Best Naturist Resorts in Bangkok

Bangkok just has one naturist resort but it’s definitely worth visiting. Here’s what to expect from it.


9) Barefeet Naturist Resort

Barefeet Naturist Resort

This resort is conveniently located just a half-hour taxi ride from Suvarnabhumi International Airport and only twenty minutes from Bangkok’s Don Muang Domestic Airport.

It’s a fresh addition to Bangkok’s scene, being the city’s only naturist resort, it’s always packed with couples.

You can engage in a ton of enjoyable activities such as naked barbeque brunches, morning and evening sessions of naked Yoga, and even massage classes tailored for couples.

The best part is that you only pay for the hours you’re there, at a rate of 80 baht per hour.

And with that, you’ll get a free drink, access to a changing room with a shower, and a big fresh towel.

The resort has two pools, one cool and one warm. The warm one is usually busier, probably because it’s closer to the lounge area.

Just a heads up that this isn’t a sex resort and you’re not allowed to engage in sexual activities outside your room.

But that also means that no one would care if you organize a massive orgy behind closed doors. Here’s a tour of the resort if you want to see the atmosphere inside…





What is a naturist resort?

A naturist resort is like a regular resort except, you can walk around naked and no one would care.

It’s all about enjoying nature in your own skin and meeting other people who also practice the lifestyle.


Which is the largest naturist resort in Thailand?

Dragonfly isn’t just the largest naturist resort in Thailand, it’s the biggest in all of Asia.

It’s built on a property of 10,049 square meters and offers a ton of amenities including an onsen, hot and cold swimming pool, bar, restaurants and more.


Is sex allowed in naturist resorts in Thailand?

Most nudist resorts in Thailand do not allow any sexual activities outside the rooms, especially if they’re advertised as “family friendly”.

But you’d be surprised to see the number of people (especially swinger couples) banging it out behind closed doors.