Yes go to Germany. It is illegal in Thailand. You should respect that majority people have class and standards and don't want to see that sort of stuff. Besides the obvious above replies
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So yes it is 'allowed', in that you won't be arrested, but if you do it you'll be showing a total lack of respect to the locals. Your call. This is frowned upon in Thai culture and you will almost never see a Thai doing it. Nevertheless going topless on some beaches on Ko Samui , Phuket , Ko Pha-Ngan and other very touristic islands is commonplace. The locals here are used to foreigners and don't care so much. In less touristic places, particulary where there are Thai families on holiday, it is considered rude and offensive. But some tourist don't have any respect for that.
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Any recommendation. To answer the OP, nudity in public is illegal and could get you thrown in jail. You are not going to be bothered by the police or anyone. I am not aware of anyplace you can go bottomless, however there are some very small beaches on the island which you must pay an entrance fee to access.
Well, actually the visit to the resort was truly delightful in every way. But we added a visit to the related private beach nearby, which will now be available for naturists staying at or dayvisiting at Lemon Tree Resort. The main reason for our visit was to finalise the agreement with Lemon Tree to be the first naturist resort in Phuket. To our surprise, they were both up waiting for us and we had a quick chat before we dropped on the bed in one of the bungalows centred around the pool. The next morning revealed the whole setting in full daylight with all the 9 bungalows centered around the cosy, family friendly pool. I was surprised to find that each bungalow had its own kitchen where we could have prepared our own breakfast if we had brought any.