Luxurious Villas in Phuket, Thailand
From its cultural background to dazzling beaches and luxurious villas, Phuket is an idyllic haven that we guarantee will have everything we, *ahem* you, want in a luxury holiday destination.
Indulge yourself in any of our villas below, all of them are beach fronts with air con bedrooms, private swimming pools & cooks on call.
For most of the year, you can expect typical tropical conditions that are warm, clear and humid. Monsoon season generally runs from September through November, when brief, occasional storms bring replenishing showers. However, this season is still full of sunny days.
As the tap water in most areas of Thailand is generally not potable, your best bet is to purchase and drink only bottled water. Most restaurants offer it on the menu as well. If you're experiencing a language barrier, ask for nam kowat, a bottled water.
You've likely encountered Singha, Tiger or Chang. These beers are all brewed locally in Thailand and available everywhere you look. Try the Tiger, an Asian lager, with a spicy dish or a Chang, a malt brew, if you're in the mood for something a little heavier.
The main international airports in Thailand are at Bangkok and Phuket, and both are well-served by intercontinental flights. Practically every airline that flies to Asia also flies into Bangkok, this means there are plenty of services and the competition on the routes helps to keep the ticket prices down.
Markets. Local custom for Thai people includes a visit to the market early in the morning to collect ingredients for the day's meals. Treat yourself to rice porridge or local coffee.
Mountain biking. Guided mountain bike tours are offered. Beginning at the hotel lobby, you'll coast through the streets of Plai Laem Village and past several temples.
Muay Thai. Learn the basics of Thai boxing, an ancient martial art, from a professional instructor. A great workout, the lesson can be tailored to your fitness level.