Featuring a majestic green bay with a backdrop of green hills you are sure to see elegant yachts from around the world. Being situated on this side of the island the beaches offer little swimming but plenty of visual enjoyment. The 45 metre Big buddha statue can be seen from far away and the Wat Chalong temple is of great importance to Buddhists. In addition to diving and snorkelling you can enjoy rock climbing, go-karts, paintball and golf. Seafood, Italian, pizza, German, Thai and Mexican restaurants will allow you to experience a wide range of food offerings with the Ao Chalong Yacht Club Restaurant providing exquisite views. There are plenty of bars to choose from including all-out serious dance clubs or relaxed easy going clubs for whatever style you prefer.
Thailand is the most popular tourist destination in South East Asia and is known as the Land of Smiles. No doubt the sunny disposition of the Thai people is one of the reasons over a million expatriates have now made it their home. The country is a tropical getaway for the many visitors who frequent its beautiful shores. The high season is during Thailands winter, December to April, when the weather is more sunny and settled.
The bustling metropolis of Bangkok with its intriguing diversity of old and new, is the gateway to Thailand. Many tourists choose to sample the cultural Hill Tribe regions in the North but the majority seek out the beach areas of Pattya and Koh Samui in the Gulf of Siam, and the popular island of Phuket in the south west. Thailand is a lively democracy, the stability of which is supported by a long standing monarchy and much revered King.
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5 Bedrooms, 6 Bathrooms, Sleeps 12
Escape the daily grind with a luxury getaway in premier surroundings at Villa Salika on Rawai Beach. Situated in the beautiful south-east coast of Phuket in Chalong Bay