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Seapines Room ( No TV )
Thai Family Room
Thai Deluxe Room
Thai Pool View Room
Pool Side Room
We offer personal attention,
friendly service, and are here
to make sure you have a
great time.
We are only 100
meters away from
the beach
 
 
 
             
 
Everywhere on Phuket Island is beautiful but the south part of the island is straight out of a tropical daydream. The southern coastline is blessed with magnificent mountains covered with lush jungle forest that stretch out to meet the azure blue sea and are framed with white powder sander sandy beaches and fringed with coral reefs.

When you see a photograph of Phuket, It is likely to have been taken in the south part of the island. The southern beaches offer superb vistas and some of the most glorious sunsets in the world. The South coast Area coves the part of the island that lies south of Relax bay on the west and then across the island to include the cape Panwa area. Many of the best hotels and restaurants in Phuket and some of the most beautiful beaches in the world are located here.
 
       Patong Beach
 
This 4 km long Patong Beach , ringed with high green lush mountains, is no doubt the most famous of Phuket's beaches. The white sand and the water is very clean despite this is Naiyang Beach, Phuket, Hotels, Thailand.the most developed beach on the island. The bungalow complexes, restaurant, shops and vibrant nightspots appealing to all tastes are lined up to the seafront. Among the many popular daytime activities are windsurfing, snorkeling, sailing, swimming and sunbathing. Apart from endless shopping area day and night, Patong has an extensive range of dining options with all kinds of excellent local and international food available.

Italian regional specialties and home made pasta; French classic and nouvelle cuisine; Indian tandoori and curries; Japanese sushi and teppanyaki, in addition to Scandinavian and British Pub Fare. Wine is increasing in popularity with a good wine selection now on offer at many restaurants.

The beach tends to get rather crowded in high season and still has visitors between June and October. This is a party beach. It is definitely suitable for those looking for a lively holiday, but not for those in search of solitude.

Those seeking a less commercial and quiet atmosphere may want to head 3-4 hundred meters north on the seaside road to the Kalim Bay . The bay consists of rocky but quiet beaches, and an interesting road leading up into hills with high viewpoints and a few good quality restaurants perched on the edge and top. Near the bridge connecting to the Coral Island Resort are a group of long tail boats for hire.


Another little known and quiet beach south of Patong is the Tri-Trang Beach . This beach with a few palm trees is quite nice at high tide, and is never crowded with mostly Thais that relax under the trees.
 
       Kata Beach
 
          
 
Imagine yourself walking on a long white beach of Karon where sand squeaks audibly as you step. Karon is the most up-scale of Phuket's beaches. Good selection of restaurants, cafes, and bars are at the north end, near the traffic circle and at the south end, on the little road connecting the back road with the beach road. The southern point has a fine coral reef stretching toward Kata and Pu Island.

Karon Beach is a popular place with families and only a few minutes drive to Patong for more action. Busy in high season and packed with deckchairs vendors selling coconuts and massages. Good shopping area beside the beach - ideal for gifts to take home.
 
       Karon Beach
 
Kata Beach is a broad and curving beach with white sand surrounded by lush green hills in the background. The area is ideal for those seeking a quieter beach area but with easy access to other beach resorts. Kata village has good shopping and numerous restaurants.

Surfing is excellent here in the rainy season - from July to October. Pu Island in the North, is a good snorkeling spot form November to May. Have Jet Ski for rent for those who love some action in the water. Windsurfing is also available. Else you can have fun taking a ride on the banana boat or you can try parasailing.
 
            
 
       Kamala Beach
 
Kamala Beach is a favored spot for witnessing sunsets. The northern end of Kamala Beach is suitable for swimming. Place for relax, quiet and private.
 
            
 
North of Kamala lays Laem Singh Beach . The beach is not visible from the road but the small parking area is located about half way up the grade at the north end of Kamala Beach look for the small handmade signs. This is one of the undeveloped beaches frequently missed by visitors who are unaware of its location. The natural beauty of this beach is enhanced by the fact it sits well below the highway which lends a serene and quiet feeling that is not always present on other beaches in Phuket. The interesting rock formations along Laem Sing Beach offer some the best snorkeling opportunities on the island. Recently, there is the increase in the number of beach venders and the occasional sighting of jet ski activity, but it is still a pleasant little beach get-a-way well worth going out of the way for.
 
       Surin Beach
 
Surin Beach is popular with sun beds as far as the eye can see. As of now this beach has not been developed and it is a quiet and peaceful bay lined with a row of stately Casuarina trees. A tropical beach with pine trees rather than palm trees may seem out of place to many but the local Thais flock to this beach on weekends and holidays and bask in the shade provided by these unusual trees. The middle of the beach front is occupied by a dozen Thai beach-style mini restaurants serving up sizzling seafood to hungry visitors.



During high tide when the swells are big and running swiftly, good surfing conditions exist here and are becoming an increasingly popular sport.
 
       Bangtao Beach
 
Bang Tao is an 8 kilometer sweeping crescent shaped bay with a gentle slope and absolutely pure white sand and is fringed with rows of casuarina trees. The constant but gentle breeze on this bay has made Bang Tao Beach very popular with windsurfers and it plays host to several international competitions each year. The main entrance to Bang Tao beach is 2 km north of Surin Village and marked with large signs from the sprawling Laguna Phuket complex, that takes up most of the middle of the bay. This remarkable complex of five luxury resort hotels employ the same low rise village style architecture that are uniquely designed to blend with the vastness of the old tin mine which is what this area used to be.
 
            
 
The old tin mining lake is now a beautifully landscaped lagoon that serves as a water sports center. There are, however, accommodations available outside Laguna at the bay's south end. Dry season swimming is excellent, and at the bay's north end is a smaller bay, almost completely enclosed, at the mouth of which is some fine coral. Plenty of places to eat, tour companies, and other tourist facilities are available either at Laguna or in the nearby town of Choeng Thale .
 
       Naiyang Beach
 
Nai Yang, south of Mai Khao beach, is where the National Park office located. The beach itself is on a long curving bay lined with evergreens that provide shade to picnickers. The large coral reef is home to many different species of fish, and Nai Yang is well known as a site where sea turtles come to lay their eggs during the period from November to February; the population of these has however, dropped off greatly. Nai Yang and Mai Khao Beaches have a very different feeling than beaches to the south.
 
            
 
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