Kamala Phuket Villas
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Kamala, a 3-kilometres beach set in a bay in the middle of Phuket's west coast, is quite different to all others on this large resort island. Until recently the main thing Kamala was famous for was a herd of over 100 buffaloes which would wander down the beach to the edge of the water every evening and take in the sunset with their feet in the salty water.
Behind the beach was lots of open, green grazing area, and two distinct village communities, Buddhists by the beach and Muslims back close to the high mountain range that rings the valley and beach.
The beach at Kamala is shallow and the deep clear water expected in Phuket is not here, though swimming is fine at high tide. There are few buildings right by the beach, and a long stretch of it is protected from all development forever since it is a Muslim cemetery, though it appears as open grassy land studded with sugar palms.
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