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Welcome to a shining star in holiday living or a long term rental.
This right here is an outstanding, modern villa and is most certainly the perfect choice for a large group of friends looking to have an awesome holiday, or a big family vacation. The villa is located right at the heart of Rawai; a quaint and chilled out region of Phuket that is relatively central to everything.
So it doesn’t matter whether you’re hunting for local vendors or if you want a taste of international shopping; Rawai will have something for you – boasting almost anything from local food stands to 5 star restaurants and some of the most incredible beaches in the world; don’t miss out.
A relatively short drive from the villa you will be able to gain access to many of the gorgeous and world famous tropical Islands that lie off the coast of Phuket including the stunning Phi Phi Island, which is only a 45 minute speedboat journey away! – The perfect day out. This region is also home to some incredible diving locations that keep avid scubas and snorkelers returning time after time.
This incredible villa has four large bedrooms: The Master Suite, The Pool View room, The Balcony room and The Penthouse. Each of these tastefully furnished rooms has air-conditioning, flat screen TV’s, en-suite bathrooms and most important of all: king size beds. All of the rooms are fitted with floor to ceiling windows that allow direct access to their private balconies.
On the top floor there’s a huge sun terrace with a stunning sea view from where you can enjoy some of the most breath-taking scenery. A sun terrace as awesome as this is great for a special sunrise breakfast, or a chilled evening BBQ with plenty of beer and wine.
Furthermore there are two kitchens, 6 bathrooms and a laundry with a washer, a dryer and ironing facilities. There’s a TV lounge, private parking and the building is secure with a remote controlled gate and walls that surround the property for your privacy and protection.
Welcome to your next place to call your home or holiday living.
4 LARGE BEDROOM
450 SQUARE METERS
AIR CONDITION THROUGHOUT FANS THROUGHOUT
CALM, NICE AREA
TOP FLOOR SUN TERRACE 3 BALCONIES
Cleaning of the house once every week.
Electric 7 thb. pr. Kwh.
Children and extra beds
- Air Condition
- BBQ Grill
- Bed linen provided
- Coffee maker
- Dvd Player
- Ironing Facilities
- Kitchen utensils provided
- Private parking
- Room service
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Phuket, which is somewhat smaller than the size of Singapore, is Thailand’s largest island. The island is connected to mainland Thailand by two bridges. It is situated off the west coast of Thailand in the Andaman Sea.
Phuket formerly derived its wealth from tin and rubber, and enjoys a rich and colorful history. The island was on one of the major trading routes between India and China, and was frequently mentioned in foreign ship logs of Portuguese, French, Dutch and English traders. The region now derives much of its income from tourism.
Western Phuket (Bang Thao, Kamala, Karon, Kata, Laem Sing, Mai Khao, Nai Thon and Nai Yang, Patong, Surin)
This region is what Phuket is known for the world over. There is a wide variety of beaches, some calm, some totally ruined by millions of visitors each year. Patong is one of the party capitals of Asia.
Southeastern Phuket (Chalong Bay, Cape Panwa, Nai Han, Rawai, Ya Nui)
Slightly off-beat beaches that are worth the trip. Chalong Bay is the largest town that acts as a harbour for outgoing boats to Phang Nga Bay.
Interior Phuket (Bang Rong, Ko Sire, Phuket Town, Phra Taew National Park, Thalang)
Besides Phuket Town, the interior of Phuket is pretty much unvisited by foreign visitors. This fertile hilly expanse consists of mangrove forests, fishing villages, rubber and pineapple plantations, small Muslim communities and shrimp farms. The Phra Taew National Park is a nice escape from the tourist crowds, as is the Gibbon Project.
Phang Nga Bay (Ko Bon, Ko Hae, Ko Lon, Ko Mai Thon, Ko Maphrao, Ko Racha, Ko Yao)
Famous for its limestone cliffs, caves, mangroves, fishing villages and James Bond Island.
Phuket is hot and humid throughout the year. The hot season is generally considered to be from March to early May. During the summer monsoon season from May to October, mornings and afternoons are still sunny and clear, but it tends to rain in the evenings and water clarity goes down. Locals consider November to February the “cool” season, and the weather is quite tolerable, much more so than in the tourism centres around the Gulf coast. It’s comparable to Florida’s summer weather in temperature and intensity of rain storms: 25-33 deg C, flying clouds, short and thunderous rainfalls in the afternoons and evenings. Surfing is possible off the western beaches
Phuket is a melting pot of indigenous Thais, Thai-Chinese, ethnic Malays and even sea gypsies. The majority of the population in the rural areas is Muslim. Outside of the provincial town, the rural folk speak with a thick Southern dialect which is difficult for even other Thais to understand. The provincial town’s economy having boomed over the past decade has led to a lot of the youngsters leading similar lives to those in Bangkok. Altogether, the lifestyle of the urban Sino-Thais in Phuket resembles that of their counterparts in Bangkok.
Sports and natureSnorkelling can be enjoyed in sheltered bays all around Phuket. It is particularly enjoyable at easily accessible reefs at Patong, Karon and Kata beaches. Fins, mask and snorkel can be rented on a daily basis from shops all over the island. Full and half day trips are available to the islands surrounding Phuket. Most popular are Ko Hae, Ko Racha Yai, Ko Khai (a hidden gem in the Phang Nga Bay), and Ko Phi Phi. There are many tours available at very cheap rates and the speedboats will be filled with up to 65 people. Research your options before signing up for any tour.
NightlifeFood in Phuket is surprisingly cosmopolitan, especially in Patong, as many foreigners have set up shop to cater to their fellow travellers. All the usual Thai favourites are of course still available, with a particular emphasis on seafood. See the individual town articles for detailed listings. Phuket has its own style of preparation and cooking. Some interesting local dishes include: Fried or boiled noodle dishes (หมี่ผัดหรือหมี่น้ำแบบต่าง ๆ), usually with pork or chicken, are available at many noodle shops in the town such as Mi Ton Pho, Mi Sapam, Mi Ao Ke, Mi Hun Pa Chang. Khanom Jin (ขนมจีน), a version of noodles eaten at breakfast, usually served with a spicy curry sauce and fresh vegetables. Nam Phrik Kung Siap (น้ำพริกกุ้งเสียบ) is a mixture of dried chilis and smoked shrimps eaten with various fresh vegetables. Cashew nuts and pineapples are grown in Phuket and available all year round. The nuts are available dried, fried, or coated. Phuket pineapples are delectable, sweet and firm.
Culture & historyPhuket nestles in balmy Andaman Sea waters on Thailand's Indian Ocean coastline 862 kilometres south of Bangkok. Phuket formerly derived its wealth from tin and rubber, and enjoyed a rich and colourful history. The island was on one of the major trading routes between India and China, and was frequently mentioned in foreign trader’s ship logs. In recent times, though, Phuket's top earner has been tourism, which has transformed the island into Thailand's wealthiest province. Expect prices to be a bit higher than on the mainland. The west coast of Phuket was hit severely by the Indian Ocean tsunami of December 2004, but almost no evidence of the damage now remains. Phuket enjoys great popularity as a travel destination. Most beaches are on the west coast, with Phuket Town to the southeast and the airport in the north.