Who doesn't want to take a trip to the beach? The weather is warm, the view is beautiful, and you might just see some unique fish and other animals swimming around in the ocean with you. There are beaches all over the world for people who like to surf, snorkel, or just lay in the sand. But there are some beaches that are even more beautiful than others.

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Across Asia, there are a ton of beaches that look so good, they almost look like they're not even real. Pictures of these beaches are just so gorgeous that it looks like someone opened Photoshop and created these images rather than taking them with a camera.

10 Monkey Beach, Phi Phi Islands, Thailand

The Phi Phi Islands are located in Thailand and are a popular tourist destination for visitors that like warm, tropical climates. There's a lot to do in Thailand and enjoying the local cuisine and experiencing the wonderful weather is definitely on the list for many visitors.

Monkey Beach is located on Tonsai Bay and got its name because it's inhabited by a number of monkeys that really love this lush, warm area. These monkeys have gotten used to tourists and are friendly enough to come up and take a selfie or a snack. The cliffs and greenery make this beach so beautiful, it's hard to believe it's real.

9 White Beach, Boracay, Philippines

Every beach around the world is different, but they all have one thing in common: sand. The sand at different beaches can be different colors like pink, brown, or white, but it's always there and always warm.

White Beach in Boracay, Philippines got its name from the fact that the sand is a beautiful white color. There are a ton of palm trees that line the beach and the white sand stretches out to the crystal clear water.

8 Mui Ne Beach, Vietnam

Vietnam's unique culture and warm weather means there's a lot to do here for visitors. Whether you want to explore the big cities or take a trip to one of the smaller villages, Vietnam should definitely be on everyone's travel bucket list. And if you're looking for a beach to visit, Mui Ne Beach in Vietnam is perfect.

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This beach has plenty of spots for visitors to relax in the sand or take a dip in the water. When the wind starts to pick up, many visitors like to use it as an opportunity to go kite-surfing. The warm, beige sand here and the trees and chairs make this gorgeous beach almost look fake.

7 Tioman Island, Malaysia

Tioman Island is an island off the coast of Malaysia that draws in visitors that want to get away from the busy city of Kuala Lumpur. Although Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, and other nearby cities are definitely great to visit, going to an island like Tioman Island is always a fun idea for visitors too.

There are multiple islands on the semi-developed Tioman Island. For visitors that want to experience the rustic life of this island and go snorkeling and exploring nature, this island is perfect. And with such clear, light blue water and lush trees and plants, this island is so beautiful, it has to be seen in person.

6 Pulau Derawan, Indonesia

Pulau Derawan is a small island off the coast of Indonesia. This island used to be a quiet fishing village but the fact that the view of the beaches on this island are just so beautiful has really transformed it into a tourist destination, complete with bungalows for visitors to stay in.

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This island can get pretty crowded with visitors and it's not hard to see why. With the bright, clear water and the lively green trees that are scattered all over the island, it's hard to believe that Pulau Derawan is even a real place.

5 Havelock Island, Andaman Islands, India

When most people think about India, they probably think about big cities, delicious food, and crowded celebrations. Although these are definitely things that exist in India, there's more to this country than that. If you get off the mainland and visit the Andaman Islands, you'll see a whole new side to India.

Havelock Island is one of the islands in the Andaman Islands that is best-known for being absolutely gorgeous. This island is a fairly undeveloped one, meaning that it's best for people that want to get away from the modern world. With the light sand, bright water, and tons of plants, it's hard to want to leave.

4 Phra Nang Beach, Railay, Thailand

Phra Nang Beach is located in Thailand and is a really unique beach that has some special elements to it that make it one that many visitors just can't get enough of. Along with the warm sand and clear ocean water, this beach is known for its cliffs and caves.

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In one particular cave on this island, there's a shrine to a sea princess in Thai mythology. Whether you want to relax on the sand or take a hike through the rocky caves on this island, Phra Nang Beach is definitely a place in Thailand no beach lover can miss.

3 Railay Beach, Thailand

Railay Beach is located in Thailand and has multiple beaches, each of which are completely unique and have their own special reason for visitors to stop by. On one side of the beach, there's soft sand and beautiful water. On the other, there are thick trees that grow down over the coast.

For visitors that like to be outside and go rock climbing, snorkeling, and exploring the outdoors, this island is the perfect location. The tall cliffs and overgrown trees and plants all over this island that are visible from the beaches and coasts make it look completely unreal.

2 Jungle Beach, Nha Trang, Vietnam

Nha Trang is a resort city located on the coast of Vietnam. This city is a really popular one for visitors that want to experience Vietnam's warm, tropical weather and get to see the coast and the beach. There are a variety of different beaches around Nha Trang, but Jungle Beach is definitely the most beautiful.

This beach is perfect for anyone that really loves the outdoors and wants to be away from modern life for a while. There are wild animals roaming around this beach and the lush trees and warm sand make it feel like a whole other world.

1 Sipadan Island, Malaysia

Sipadan Island is an island off the coast of Malaysia that is a really popular destination for people that like to snorkel and see ocean life up close. Although visitors can only actually stay on the surrounding islands and can only get a day pass to visit Sipadan, it's still a good island to take a trip to.

This island has bright sand beaches, clear water, and a ton of plants all over the island. It's a place that is home to a lot of unique animal and ocean life, too. Because of the fish that call this island home and the look of the coast, it's hard to believe it's not fake.

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