Koyao Island Resort

Thailand | Indian Ocean & Africa

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Koyao Island Resort is a hotel located directly at the beach on a tropical island in the Bay of Phuket in the Andaman Sea, offering an unusual alternative for holidays in the midst of the natural beauties of an untamed exotic environment - beautiful beaches, virgin rain forests and many uninhabited islands. Complete privacy with a private tropical garden around each villa, Thai hospitality and understated luxury combine to make Kayao Island resort the unusual alternative.

From USD 200 per night per bungalow/suite.

Koyao Island Resort is located on the island of Koh Yao Noi, in the Bay of Phang Nga, one hour by boat from Phuket.

All of the 15 luxury villas are located on the beach. Each faces the Andaman Sea with a direct view of the picturesque and mysterious neighbouring islands. Privacy was carefully taken into account while building the only 15 villas along the 250 meters of beachfront. Open living rooms blend in with the luxurious tropical gardens: The design of the villas and the interior decoration gracefully integrate the surrounding natural beauty, combining modern comfort with traditional Thai architecture and natural construction materials.

A top-class restaurant serving excellent Thai dishes, Mediterranean cuisine and seafood.

Sailing, excursions to Phang Nga, island hopping, fishing, sea-kayaking, massage, games, spa.

Best time to travel
The best time of year for most of Thailand is between November and February, when there is the least rain and it is not too hot. The south is best visited when the rest of Thailand is miserably hot (March to May), and the north is best from mid-November to early December or when it starts warming up again in February. If you are spending time in Bangkok, be prepared to roast in April and do some wading in October - as far as the weather is concerned, the worst two months in the capital.

Getting there
Fly to Phuket. Guests can travel to Koyao Island on the resort's own speedboat (reservation required) or by longtail boat (approximately 1 hour) from Bang Rong pier on the east coast of Phuket or from the Phang Nga Bay.




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