8 Thailand Webcams We Can’t Stop Staring At

26/07/2021Tom Spruce

These eight Thailand webcams prove this destination is one of the most incredible places on earth. But they will also rob your whole day if you let them – you’ve been warned.

People and boats in the water at the Phi Phi Islands in Thailand
These 6 Thailand webcams are too addictive

To us, there’s nothing more soothing than staring out across a stunning beach. So, while we’re wasting time before our next holiday, we thought we’d check out some amazing Thailand webcams. 

Where are these cameras?

  • Pattaya Beach, Chonburi
  • Feed the fish at the Zoo Cafe, Koh Phangan
  • Patong Beach, Phuket
  • Secret Garden, Koh Samui
  • Lamai Walking Street, Koh Samui
  • Richie Beach, Koh Samui
  • Baobab restaurant, Koh Samui
  • Maeklong Railway Market, Samut Songkhram

What’s so good about them?

First of all, they’re not “good” they’re irresistable. Secondly, once you’ve started staring at the glistening sea gently lapping at the shore, via a real-time HD video feed, it’s super difficult to stop. 

These eight webcams are pointing at some of the most popular spots on the island. From shimmering beaches and brilliant zoo’s to bustling streets and barmy markets. You can stare at whatever you like. 

We prefer the beaches, but in this blog we’ll introduce you to some amazing live feeds which are perfect for feeding your wanderlust. So, let’s get into them!

A floating market in Thailand
Thailand is full of amazing scenes like this, no wonder the camera loves it

Pattaya Beach

Perfect Pattaya is one of the best beaches in Thailand, so why wouldn’t you want to stare at it 24/7? 

This feed from Earth Cam gives a stunning perspective of the glistening, crescent-shaped, beach from a high vantage point. Based in Chonburi Province, over on the east coast of Thailand, Pattaya Beach attracts nearly 20 million tourists a year. With this incredible view it’s easy to see why! 

Gaze out over Pattaya City to the bay and watch the boats bobbing away in the Gulf of Thailand. 

Stunning Pattaya City is a brilliant place for a webcam

Check out the live Pattaya Beach webcam now 

Feed the fish at Zoo Cafe, Koh Phangan 

If you’re a regular reader, or Thai tripper, you’ll know the name Koh Phangan to be synonymous with the infamous full moon party in Thailand.

However, now it’s time for something completely different. This incredible stream offers a free glimpse into life at the Zoo Cafe. Watch amazing animals like emus, deers, turtles, malas, rabbits, chickens, lizards and fish – which you can actually feed by adding a command the comments.

The Cafe is dropped in the middle of an expanse of luscious Thai rainforest. If you’re ever in the area, it’s definitely worth check it out IRL. Waterfalls and all the natural beauty of Than Sadet–Ko Pha-ngan National Park in Thailand

Patong Beach, Phuket

We know it’s tough to leave the animals behind. But we’re heading back to the coast now and another stunning stretch of sand. 

Patong Beach is definitely up there as one of the best things to do in Phuket. Out on the south west coast of Thailand, this camera is located on Patong tower, the tallest building on the island. 

Because of it’s lofty perch, the stream delivers unspoilt views of Patong Bay and the rippling Andaman Sea coast. We’ve lost a few hours staring at this one. 

Check out more amazing pictures of Thailand 

Secret Garden, Koh Samui

Travelling back up north, Koh Samui is another popular tourist trap. This feed showcases an unrivalled live view of the incredible Big Buddha Beach

As you may have gussed, the camera and beach are located just minutes from the iconic Big Buddha statue in Koh Samui. 

Turn up your volume and listen to the gentle waves hitting the shore and gaze out over the sunny vista with the lush green hills in the background. Get online at the right time and you might even be treated to a special sunset too. 

Had Lamai Road, Koh Samui

One of the busiest places in Koh Samui, Had Lamai Road is home to a plethora of shops and bars. 

For a special treat make sure you check out the feed on a Sunday when the famous Sunday Lamai Street Market gets going. A weekly night market which attracts locals and tourists alike for the trader’s incredible array of souvenirs, foods and trinkets. 

Read more: 11 Thailand Travel Tips You Need To Know Before You Go

Richie Beach, Koh Samui

Staying in Koh Samui for the time-being. Here we’ve stumbled across Richie Beach on the east coast of the island. 

This feed puts you right on the sand outside of Richie Beach Bar. Enjoy the beautiful view out over the Gulf of Thailand and the lush green headland jutting out into the water in the distance. 

Baobab Restaurant, Lamai Beach, Koh Samui

Our next stop on this list of amazing Thailand webcams is at the spectacular Baobab restaurant, located on the west coast of Koh Samui. 

This french-ran restaurant delivers delicious fusion cuisine which showcases the best of local and Mediterranean dishes. The only thing rivalling the beautiful food are the incredible views.

However, if you want to dine at Baobab you’d better be quick. With only 28 seats, it fills up fast! 

Maeklong Railway Market, Samut Songkhram

The last of our Thailand webcams lets you climb aboard a train rattling through the idyllic countryside. If you haven’t heard of the famous Maeklong Railway Market before this is where the locals sell their wares along the tracks of the railway. 

When the train comes chugging through they have to push their stalls back off the tracks before they get hit by the oncoming locomotive. 

As the train works its way through the province of Samut Songkhram you’ve given a stunning view of the country many tourists don’t get to see. With locals dotted up and down the tracks and a beautiful green landscape surrounding it’s great for getting away from the beach a little. 

The camera loves Thailand

With all it’s amazing scenery, stunning beaches and lively nightspots it’s no wonder Thailand is so popular for tourists. 

But did you know it’s also got a love affair going with the silver screen?

Thailand webcams might be small potatoes for this famous destination. Click the button below and we’ll show you all the times Thailand answered the call of Hollywood to become the setting for several films. 

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