The Hotel: Apsara Beachfront Resort and Villa
Nestled on a secluded stretch of coastline in Thailand’s Phang Nga province and overlooking the crystalline blue waters of the Andaman Sea, the four-star Apsara Beachfront Resort and Villa invites travellers to indulge in a beach retreat surrounded by white sands, tropical gardens and a turquoise lagoon. Holidaymakers can try out numerous water sports, bask in the sun on the pristine beaches or take a ride to explore the traditional architecture of the nearby town of Takuapa.
Guests can take a refreshing dip in the beachfront infinity pool with a waterslide or get pampered with an array of massages and beauty treatments offered at the on-site spa. International cuisine specialities and snacks can be savoured at the on-site restaurants, while the hotel’s bar tempts with scenic views and a selection of refreshing beverages. Guests can unwind in hot tub villas.
Hot Tub Villa
- Bed size/type: One double bed and five feet sofa bed
- Standard occupancy: Two people
- Maximum occupancy: Two adults and two children
- Rooms feature outdoor hot tub, living room with sofa bed, bathroom with shower, hairdryer, air conditioning, electronic safe telephone, minibar, refrigerator TV with DVD player, bathrobes and slippers, tea- and coffee-making facilities
The Area: Phang Nga, Thailand
Situated in the south of Thailand and boasting a wealth of natural features ranging from forests to secluded islands, Phang Nga offers visitors to the Land of Smiles a chance to sneak away from the thrum of the tourist hotspots and unwind in the presence of nature. Its cosmopolitan mix of people and long and storied history have imbued the province with cultural and manmade attractions to rival its natural splendour.
The Heaven and Hell cave offers a unique opportunity to experience the region’s combination of manmade and natural sites. A temple and cave home to various representations of Buddhist Heaven and Hell, this attraction allows people to experience the culture of Thailand while also glimpsing its environmental essence. The region is also known for its scuba diving and other water sports opportunities.