Southeast Asia is known to be the surfer’s paradise. It’s not just the surf breaks, but also the beaches, the people, the weather, and all those things that make a surfing destination profoundly sought after by surfers. Don’t forget to include these countries in your 2020 “to go” bucket list.
Indonesia has the second-longest coastline in the world, with a whopping 33,998 miles (54,716 km), and it became a surfing attraction. Bali is the spot to be if you want to experience the best waves in the country.
Sri Lanka’s coastline sums up 833 miles (1,340 km) and becomes one of the best-surfing destinations, not just in Asia, but to the world. Unawatuna, Hikkaduwa, Mirissa, Bentota, Matara, Weligama, and Arugam Bay are the country’s best-known surfing destinations.
Thailand has a cool 2,000 miles (3,219 km) of coastline and is one of the most famous tourist destinations in the world. Phuket is an excellent surfing destination, while Kalim Beach is one of the best surf spots in Thailand.
The Philippines, with an impressive 22,548 miles (36,289 km) of coastlines, ranked as the fifth country in the world, by the length of coastline. Baler is the place where surfing came to life in the country, which makes it an obligatory destination for any surfer.
Vietnam has 2,025 miles (3,260 km) of coastline. Some of the most popular surfing destinations in Vietnam include Mui Ne, Nha Trang, China Beach, and Da Nang.
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