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South East Asia Surf Reports and Surf Forecasts

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Conditions Summary
 Kota Belud
 
1ft 5secs 285° 4mph NE - Cross/offshore - 52°
 Khao Lak
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1.5ft 13secs 228° 2mph WNW - Onshore - 295°
 Ko Samui
 
0ft 0secs 0° 6mph WSW - Offshore - 258°
 Koh Phayam
 
0.5ft 8secs 265° 5mph W - Onshore - 280°
 Rayong Mae Ramphung
 
2.5ft 5secs 241° 14mph W - Onshore - 272°
 Similan Islands
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1.5ft 13secs 228° 2mph WSW - Onshore - 249°
 Airport Reef - Phuket
 
1ft 13secs 232° 8mph NW - Onshore - 304°
Add a New Surf SpotRegional Overview
Thailand, Burma and Malaysia, whilst not internationally famous like their southern cousins do get waves, albeit smaller and weaker than can be found relatively close-by. Thailand and Malaysia's best waves arrive in the monsoon season between April and September and Thailand in particular has a thriving surfing community with more than 60 well known breaks . Burma's surfing potential is still something of a mystery due to the oppressive regime. Only a few spots have been surfed but the feedback has been positive as it receives the edge of swells travelling across the Indian Ocean. Sea temperatures remain steady at around 28°C or 82°F.
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