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Six Senses of Thailand

Rewarding all the senses is enjoying Thailand to the fullest. Do more and experience more of this destination. Luxuriate in the legendary warm hospitality and enjoy the kingdom’s pristine natural environment. Discover the wonders of an exotic culture and the local way of life. Venture to the picturesque island of Yao Noi in breathtaking Phang Nga Bay, just 45 minutes from the bustle of Phuket. In this unique setting, you can discover the Six Senses Hideaway. Private pool villas, plus the Reserve and Retreat, are elevated from the tropical vegetation to provide privacy whilst allowing glorious views over the bay. Attention to detail and commitment to the environment, creates an uncompromised level of luxury. Dining options abound with several restaurants and bars plus a well-stocked wine cellar. Dine over a glass floor with a creek meandering beneath, enjoy a marriage of world cuisine, or join the Chef’s Table for a very personal dining experience. The area of Koh Yao Noi offers wonderful aqua-activities and excursions to the famous rock islands, with secluded beaches and scuba diving. The Six Senses Spa village is an oasis on the bay, with regional and signature treatments.

Paul Johnson

Paul Johnson is Editor of A Luxury Travel Blog and has worked in the travel industry for more than 30 years. He is Winner of the Innovations in Travel ‘Best Travel Influencer’ Award from WIRED magazine. In addition to other awards, the blog has also been voted “one of the world’s best travel blogs” and “best for luxury” by The Daily Telegraph.

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  1. This is what I’d want on a trip to Thailand! People are always telling me you can do Thailand pretty cheaply, it’s hard to pick where to go as it sounds like some places are too touristy, this sounds pretty perfect! Think I have my heart set on Krabi though…

  2. … Phuket is a top choice for any visit to Thailand… It’s got everything you’d romance about a tropical island; but with the ease of an organized space (as much as you can in a place of chaos) – but there is everything from luxury resorts like Amanpuri or Trisara, to some easy escape beach shacks on Koh Yai Noi. A short drive off the island and you’re in Krabi or Khao Lak, both gems for an inexpensive escape or a luxurious beach resort. Phuket has recently become more popular (amongst some nationalities) for its shopping, as its beaches – though who’d want to come here to shop, rather than enjoy some down time at the beach!?

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