The website OTBeach News is not about rolling global death by nuclear fallout.
But it does point out the stunning, explosive truth that everyone should know: Australia’s Ninety Mile Beach is longer than New Zealand’s Ninety Mile Beach — a lot longer. Not only that, but the Indian government lies: Marina Beach, at eight miles, is not the longest in the world. But then neither is the Australian Ninety Mile Beach. Read the link for the shocking truth of where the world’s longest, unbroken beach lies.
It’s not so clear what is the longest beach in Thailand. Beaches in the South go on for mile after mile, but are broken by headlands and the like. Mai Khao Beach on Phuket stretches for 9 unbroken kilometres (5.5 miles), and Chaweng Beach on Koh Samui is 7 kilometres. Others swear that “their” beaches are longer. Perhaps it is time to settle this vital argument.