Motorbike Hire in Kamala Beach
If you are looking for reliable motorbike rentals then this is what we provide! We are located a short distance away in Patong Beach but we do offer FREE delivery to the Kamala area for rentals more than 4 days. We have a good selection of motorbikes for rent, which are all very well maintained and serviced and have both Honda Click and Honda PCX motorbikes of different ages and prices.
Kamala Motorbike Rental Prices
New Model Honda Clicks – 150 baht per day (low season) / 170 baht per day (high season)
Older Model Honda Click – 100 baht per day (low season) / 120 baht per day (high season)
Honda PCX 125cc – 200 baht per day (low season) / 220 baht per day (high season)
Honda PCX 150cc – 250 baht per day (low season) / 275 baht per day (high season)
New Honda PCX 150cc – 300 baht per day (low season) / 350 baht per day (high season)
If you are looking to rent monthly or longer then we rent Clicks starting from 2000 baht per month (low season) and Honda PCX starting from 3500 baht per month (low season)
About Kamala Beach
Kamala Beach is a wonderful resort just to the north of Patong on the west coast of Phuket. It’s not crowded, possesses a beautiful sandy beach which is clean and great for water sports. The sea floor is nice and flat and sandy. If you fancy a little swimming, snorkeling, kite-boarding, jet ski-ing, this is the place for you. Kamala Diving Center offers half day trips to places around Kamala such as a sunken dredger, Kamala Rock and Ko Weo, a small reef island. There are massage stalls on the beach costing around 300 bahts for an hour. Throw in lots of cheap restaurants and bars in a relaxed setting, it’s the perfect spot to stay for a nice relaxing holiday on the island of Phuket for your holiday!
Accommodation is varied – small hotels, cheap villas and apartments, some with spectacular views of Kamala Bay. As little as £20 per night will buy you a room in low season. If you are looking at the other end of the scale you can also find much more upmarket accommodation such as Kamala Beach Estate, Novotel and Andara to name a few.
Taxis, buses, songthaews and tuk-tuks will take you to Patong or Phuket Town. Buses run every hour and takes the main road – they are cheap and you just flag it down
There’s the Kamala Wat at the south end of the beach. This is a Buddhist temple restored after the tsunami in 2004 – you will find this to be a cultural experience well worth viewing.
So what are you waiting for – get the Kamala Beach experience now!