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Can i check in earlier than your normal check in time 3 pm?

Can i check in earlier than 3 pm?

If there is availabilty, yes, we will charge a fee depending on the time you would like to check in

Can i smoke in the villa?

Smoking is not allowed inside the villa, you are however wekcome to smoke outside

How do i contact you?

You can always contact us directly from the iPad, we do also have the following numbers:

+66 93 576 9197 which is the number to our reception

+66 98 671 6686 which is for our villamangers in case you need to contact us after 8 pm


We use Whatsapp and Wechat as well

Can i check out later than 12 pm?

If there is availabilty, yes, we will charge a fee depending on the time you would like to check out



Maiton Island

Hidden in the blue turquoise waters of the Andaman sea, you will find Maiton island

The island has a thriving coral sanctuary that is home to 400 species and the white sandy beaches is a must see

Similan Islands

Known for its excellent diving spots, Similan island which is located 120 kilometers from Phuket, consists of 6 islands, the beaches and nature is so strikingly beautiful that you don’t need to be a professional photographer to get excellent pictures

Phi Phi Islands

Phi Phi Islands consists of a group of 6 islands, the two main islands, Phi Phi Don and Phi Phi Leh are famous for world class beaches and resorts.

The islands are definitely worth a visit with many caves, view points and much more to explore



Song Kran Festival

Song Kran is Thailand’s most important festival, the festival marks the beginning of the traditional Thai new year.

The festival takes place every year from the 13th of April to the 15th

Water is an important element during the festival, crowds of people roam the streets with buckets of water, soaking everyone, so prepare to get splashed!

Buddhists also visits temples throughout Song Kran, where water is poured on Buddha images and hands of Buddhist monks as a mark of respect

Loy Kraton

Also known as the festival of lights, Loy Kraton happens every year in November.

The festival is held to wave goodbye to misfortune, wash away sins of the past year, and make wishes for the coming year

The Thais mark the festival by making a Krathong which is made of banana leaves and decorated with flowers, candles and incense sticks, which is placed in nearby rivers.

Sky lanterns are also released, filling the sky with light, quite an extraordinary sight

Chinese new year 

Held on the 25th January, Chinese new year is a big deal in Phuket, expect to see a lot of streets and shops decorated, especially in Phuket town

The event is also known for having a lot of chinese tourists attending

Vegetarian Festival

The Phuket vegetarian festival (or Nine Emporer Gods Festival) happens every year from September 28th to October 7th

You may have seen images of devotees dressed in white with all kind of weird piercings through their body (even swords!)

The meaning of all of this, is to pay respect to their ancestors.

The festival is very popular and there is a reason for it, you will probably never see an event like this anywhere else in the world




Big Buddha

The 45 meter tall Big Buddha is one of the most famous landmarks in Phuket.

From the top of the hill where it is located, you will get a beautiful panoramic view of the island as well

Don’t forget to try the coconut ice cream they sell

Wat Chalong

Phuket’s largest temple was built in 1837 and I located in a large area with many different gardens and attractions in addition to the temple itself to explore

It is said that a fragment of a bone from Buddha himself is at the top of the temple

Phuket elephant sanctuary

Have you thought about riding an elephant? Don’t!

Visit one of the many elephant sanctuaries on the island and learn about them instead and why it so important they are protected

You can even bathe with them and give them snacks

Bangla Road

When the sun goes down, Bangla road gets closed for traffic, and the street becomes alive

Bangla Road is full of bars and street entertainers, and of course big and colorful discotheques

If you are looking for a night out, Bangla Road is definitely an experience

Phuket Fantasea

Maybe Phuket’s most famous attraction, Phuket FantaSea is a Las Vegas style theater that showcases the best of Thailands myth and legends.

The area offers restaurants and shops for you to explore before the show starts

Phang Nga Bay

The bay is home to 40 small islands and is full of lagoons, caves, and mangroves.

Khao Phing Kan, also known as James Bond Island, is also located in this area

Tours can be booked to this area, and it is a must see

Blue Tree Water Park

The vast crystal blue lagoon is Phuket’s first man made eco-friendly freshwater lagoon and is a great way to spend the day of fun in the warm weather

The lagoon is home to a great selection of water activities, zip lines and paddle boards and

If you get hungry or thirsty, there is of course a gigantic restaurant to suit your needs

Karon view point

South of Kata Noi beach, you will find Karon view point which is the most popular view point in Phuket.

Here you will be able to get a great view of the Andaman sea and the beautiful white sandy beaches of the west coast of Phuket

Monkey Hill

Monkey hill is the highest hill in Phuket town and is populated by around 400 monkeys

You will also get a great view over Phuket town and see the shrine that is in honor of three different holy spirits – Toh Sae Dang, Toh Sae Dam, Toh Sae Kaow




Kamala Village Market

Kamala village market is open twice a week, on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

Here you can experience a local market, and get an insight of the daily life of the Thai culture, and get great deals on local products.

Vegetables, fruits, and spices are the main products for sale, but you can also

find clothes and other accessories for sale.


Opening Hours: Wednesday and Saturday 3 pm – 7.30 pm

Location: On Kamala main road, opposite Bangkok bank

Phuket Weekend Market


The biggest of all the markets in Phuket, here you can find everything.

The place is divided into two sections, covered and open.

In the covered sections you will find clothes, souvenirs, toys, and all sorts

of electronics.

In the open section, you will find all the food vendors, prepare yourself to

Be amazed of the huge selection of different and exotic selections of tasty treats.


Opening Hours: Saturday and Sunday 4 pm – 9 pm

Location: Tai Rod Market is located on Chao Fa West road.

Chillva Market Phuket

Chillva Market Phuket is located near Phuket town, and is a trendy night

market with a cool bohemian feel to it.

The market is mostly visited by locals, and you can therefore get some

great deals at the place.

The local stores are open every day from 4 pm to 10 pm but we recommend

you visit the place from Thursday to Saturday when the full market is open


Opening Hours: Container shops only: Daily 4 pm – 10 pm

Full market: Thursday – Saturday – 4 pm – 11 pm

Location: Yaowarat road, Talat Yai.

Malin Plaza Patong


Although the place is not big, Malin Plaza Patong I known for it’s food

stands, so if you are in Patong, and you are hungry, be sure to visit this place


Opening Hours: 2 pm – Midnight everyday

Location: Prachanukhro Road, Patong



Kamala Beach


Let’s start with the beach nearest you, and one of the most stunning beaches Phuket has to offer.

Kamala beach is renowned for its relaxed feel, and of course the beautiful beach.

Popular beach hangout cafe’s like Café Del Mar and HQ is situated at Kamala beach, and there is a lot of restaurants and shopping possibilities near the board walk at the beach.

Kata Beach


Kata beach is just a few minutes south of Karon beach. The beach has a lot to offer, from May to October, surfers flock to the beach, and from November to April, the beach is visited by sunseekers.

There is a lot of shops to visit, and the area has an excellent range of dining options.

Patong Beach


Patong is probably the most famous beach in Phuket, with a variety of activities and the buzzing nightlife only a couple of meters away.

The beach can be crowded, but is definitely worth a visit, and there is a huge variety of different shopping and dining possibilities.

Prepare for a busy, but must-see beach, and be sure to check out what

Patong has to offer.

Surin Beach


Surin Beach is an 800-meter-long beach, filled with palm trees and white sand.

The beach is a very popular choice for both locals and tourist.

Surin is home to a lot of different dining and shopping options.