Itinerary Thailand-Part III

Beaches and Islands (Phuket, Ko Samui, Krabi and Koh Kood)


The largest island of Thailand enchants by its beauties. Pleasant temperatures, white sand and sky and sea blue so intense that arrive to blur on the horizon. Its territory covered in great part by mountains, provides a beautiful view of this paradise.

Courage and bravery are part of your story, which remains alive through their friendly and hospitable locals. Ethnic and architectural variety, tasty cuisine and, of course, several Buddhist temples, also reinforce the attractiveness of the region, whose highlight, no doubt, is the charm of its beaches.

In December 2004, the island was hit by the tsunami that devastated much of the Indian Ocean coast. Much of the damage caused by natural accident, however, have already been recovered and came back to enjoy your quiet and typical beauties.


Kho Phi Phi archipelago

Located between Phuket and the Mainland, the Islands Kho Phi Phi were justly chosen as set of the movie the beach. Small and charming, these Islands offer paradisiacal scenarios and are excellent places for diving and snorkeling.



The Amanpuri is in Phuket, the largest island in Thailand, in an area of coconut groves by the sea. The sandy beach is white, and the waters are transparent. The resort has boats for guests to explore the Andaman Sea.

Six Senses Yao Noi (Phang Nga Bay, outside of Phuket)

The villas and suites are in the middle of the forest and close to the beach. Each have your own pool. Among the activities, there is diving, yacht tour, bike trails and Thai Boxing lessons. The hotel is 30 minutes by boat, Phuket.



Distant 80 km from the East coast of Thailand, Ko Samui has half the size of Phuket and is part of an archipelago of more than 60 Islands in the South China Sea. Peaceful island of tropical vegetation, clear waters and sandy beaches lined with coconut trees and framed by green hills.

Destiny so appreciated as Phuket, sometimes even more popular, Ko Samui offers activities for every taste: while the address of the night life is the island Ko Pha Ngan, Ko Tao island is acclaimed as one of the best places in the world for diving. Bells and other beaches almost untouched, waterfalls and Buddhist temples, as well as good restaurants and hectic commercial centers are also part of the wide range of activities that Ko Samui has to offer. Anyway, a complete destination.


Four Seasons Resort Koh Samui

At the Four Seasons Koh Samui, the Sun and the breeze off the Gulf of Thailand can be used on the beach or in the pool – both in the resort’s infinity and in particular of each villa. The landscape of coconut trees helps to ensure relaxation.


Other Options For Beaches

Phulay Bay, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve (Krabi)

The Ritz-Carlton Phulay Bay is a scenario of total peace, beaches, forests and waterfalls. Each villa and suite has private garden and sea views. Children are welcome. They have fun in cooking classes, Thai dance and yoga.

Soneva Kiri (Koh Kood)

Soneva Kiri is composed of 27 villas that are located between the rainforest and the sea, in a secluded Bay. By day, you can swim, sail, paddle and rest in the sun under the moonlight, watch a movie in the outdoor cinema hotel.

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