The Top 100 Beach Destinations in the World - Part 3 of 4

Tanjung Rhu, Langkawi, Malaysia

A lot of tourists head down to Pantai Cenang most of the time. However, if you’re up for a quieter atmosphere, Tanjung Rhu is for you. There’s just something so serene about this place. It must be the fact that the beach is so beautiful to look at, especially with the limestone caves and formations in the distance.

Trunk Bay, St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands

Sure, coming here requires a fee. Yet, you can’t exactly complain once you’ve finally set foot in it. It’s just postcard material, so to speak. If you like finding small treasures, feel free to check out the sea floor while snorkeling, as you’ll find embedded plaques.

West Bay Beach, Roatan, Honduras

This is perhaps the biggest of all the islands in Hondura Bay. It also sits pretty close to the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, which is the 2nd biggest reef system in the entire world. If you’re an avid diver, you’ll only get to see some of the most diverse marine life underwater. Oh yeah, this beach also offers quite an incredible night life for party animals.

Sun Island Beach, Maldives

This is one spot that many celebrities visit to this very day. It’s got coral reefs that are often visited by numerous tropical fish, making it a perfect pick for divers and snorkelers. There are luxury bungalows in the area if you want to take a break. Either that, or you can just sleep right over the water.

D-Day beaches, Normandy, France

This was the site of such an epic and historical war known as the Battle of Normandy. You can read about it in history books, though. We’re here to promote the beach, which is actually quite a beauty that serves as a faint reminder of the war that took place here. There’s also a commemorative museum in Caen, a city nearby, for you to check out.