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 lining the island range from powder white to honey gold. The clear
waters of the Andaman Sea display all shades aquamarine, depending on light and
time of day. These alone make an unforgettable holiday, but there is more to discover
about Phuket beyond its fabled beaches.
In fact, few places rival Phuket as a complete holiday destination. Millions of visitors
come here annually, from student backpackers to world-class CEOs. The reasons why:
a year-round tropical climate, vibrant nightlife, dazzling natural environments
on-land and offshore, adventurous water sports, cosmopolitan cuisine, shoestring to
five-star accommodation, cultural gems… Whatever your idea of tropical paradise,
Phuket has it.
Phi Phi Islands The Phi Phi Islands comprise six isles 48 km southeast of Phuket. Diving and snorkelling opportunities abound. The biggest isles are Phi Phi Don and Phi Phi Leh; the latter, home to the white sands and jewel-like waters of Maya Bay, immortalised in the...read more
BEACH SAFETY 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. TAXI We provide a...read more
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