The villa: This luxurious Villa has been completely refurbished to a very high standard specifically for the rental market. It is spacious and well equipped with everything you will need to make your stay a real pleasure.
There are many books and DVDs for your enjoyment and there is Cable TV provided as well as ADSL in the lounge for your computer. Car hire can be arranged. Daily cleaning service is included ( except Sunday maid's day off) with twice weekly bedding change.
There are 4 double bedrooms but the 5th is quite small with a single bed. It is OK to use is as a child's room or perhaps for a maid.
Phuket Island Region: Phuket is definitely one of the most exciting and attractive areas of Thailand but the Southern part is undoubtedly the most beautiful.There is so much to do and the people themselves are guaranteed to give you a warm welcome in this 'Land of Smiles'
Phuket is a Mecca for water-sport lovers and few visitors leave without seeing the view and spectacular sunsets at Prom Thep Cape.
The small Kata Noi and Nai Harn beaches are popular and the diminutive and charming Ya Nui beach is popular with the locals. Snorkeling is a pleasure and there are corals where one can see dazzling fish.
Rawai beach has many restaurants overlooking the water where boats go to the nearby islands. Buy fresh fish from the local Sea Gypsies or buy souvenirs.
There are top class International restaurants nearby and an abundance of very good quality local Thai food.
The choice is yours- relax on the white sandy beaches or be more energetic and go on one of the many activities available- either way have fun!
Climate: Phuket`s rainy season runs from May until end of October with the last two months having the most rainfall. However, even in the rainy season there are long periods of sunshine each day.
Low season is a nice time to visit Phuket as most of the crowds have gone and weather can still be glorious.
Mai Khao (Sai Kaeo) - near the airport, very quiet (aside from the planes!) and far away from it all
Nai Thon and Nai Yang - two quiet beaches in Sirinat National Park
Bang Thao (Laguna Beach) - long, very quiet beach
Surin and Pansea Beach - an up-and-coming upmarket destination
Laem Sing - small bay with stunning views, between Kamala Beach and Surin Beach
Kamala Beach - a quieter beach to the north of Patong
Kalim Beach - a series of small beaches just to the north of Patong
Patong Beach - the largest beach resort, known for its nightlife
Karon and Karon Noi Beaches - the second most-developed beach after Patong
Kata Yai Beach - busy, clean tourist beach with good surf
Kata Noi Beach - quieter sister of Kata Yai
Nai Han and Ao Sen - a quiet beach (probably the best) in the south, near Phromthep Cape view point
Ya Nui Beach
Rawai, Mittraphap and Laem Ka - set off point for lots of local islands, popular with locals for eating on the beach
Cape Panwa - home to Phuket Aquarium