Safety at the beach in front of the resort is your responsibility. There is no lifeguard on
duty. Swimming may be hazardous – beware of strong currents and waves, and avoid taking risks. Appropriate footwear is recommended for the beach.
We provide a limousine service for your convenience. There are also taxis available outside the resort. Rates vary and can go up in the evenings, so do settle on a price before getting in.
For your safety and to comply with Thai law, please wear a helmet. Phuket has the
highest motorbike accident rate in Thailand and more than 80% of injuries can be avoided by simply wearing a helmet. Riders not wearing a helmet are subject to fines.
Carefully planning your first time in Mai Khao is extremely important. As Phuket’s biggest beach, the good bits are very widely spaced. Picking a hotel in the wrong place could make for a lot of inconvenience.
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Mai Khao Phuket’s longest beach, stretching 10 km along the island’s northern tip, Mai Khao offers splendid seclusion with minimal commercial activity. The beach is protected as part of Sirinath National Park and you could walk it for miles undisturbed. From November...read more
Phuket is home to some of the most enchanting seascapes on the planet. Thailand’s largest island, surrounded by some 39 smaller isles, Phuket lies in the Andaman Sea off the west coast, measuring 49 kilometres north to south, and 21 kilometres across. Sandy beaches...read more