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New upgraded nude beach trip near Bangkok and Pattaya

New monthly nude beach trip for members of Naturist Association Thailand is a great upgrade compared to the now cancelled nude beach trip every last Sunday of the month. The beach trip is now on every last Wednesday of the month. An invitation has been sent to all members to join the very first of […]

New feature: Write your own article!

Become a naturist Blogger! Members of Naturist Association Thailand will now be able to publish real articles on this website. Got a naturist story to share? A new feature offers them - without going to the backend and knowing anything about website management - to write a story and include photos and other rich material. […]

Naturist tourism shows 20 percent growth in 2019

Naturist tourism in Thailand showed a 20 percent growth in the first six month of 2019 compared to same half year in 2018. According to the statistics collected by Naturist Association Thailand from all the naturist resorts in Thailand, there were in 2019 during the first half year 735 more rooms sold than in 2018. […]

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Naturist Association Thailand in the news:

Pornographic young men – is it naturism?

Pornographic images of a group of young Thai men showing themselves in erotic positions out door and posted on a Facebook account made news in early June 2018. Thai TV channel True4U invited Gregers Moller of Naturist Association Thailand in the studio to explain to TV Presenter Wasamon Chuangpreecha if this was naturism and - […]

Review: Chan Resort in Pattaya, Thailand

Nick & Lins, Chan Resort was fully booked while we were there with an interesting mix of Thai, Australians, French, a couple from Hong Kong and several others of whom we have no idea where they were from. Most of the visitors were couples or single men. During the day there were also a number […]

Review: Oriental Village Chiang Mai Thailand

Nick & Lins, "When we walked through the gate of The Oriental Village, the only word that immediately came to mind was: "WOW". What a beautiful place, something we could have never expected when the taxi driver dropped us off in front of the building at the end of the road. Maybe it was the […]




  1. Karl

    1. It is important that all naturist resorts are 100% naturist and that goes for staff as well. I recently visited a place where after talking to staff came away with the feeling that staff thought us to be strange and funny people. If staff are not naturist themselves then they should not be working there.

    I know that there is a business case for being clothes optional but this makes it awkward for local thais who want to be naturist but afraid that they may run across friends visiting who are not naturist. For example in one of the resorts than employ myanmar staff i know that myanmar naturist will not visit that resort as this would be fround upon by the staff and not being akin to their culture.

    Some practive measures need to be taken to encourage thais to become naturist.

    Otherwise thumbs up for the magnificent efforts.

  2. Karl

    Has anyone conducted a survey of NAT members to determine how many support the notion of:
    1. Ensuring 100% naturism of people visiting a naturist resort/club in thailand;
    2. All staff being naturist during work (maybe given a grace period of 1 month from commencement to become naturist);
    3. Resorts/clubs making available gender statistic of visitors attending their venues.
    4. Ensuring that some rooms have twin beds for family members.