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Destination

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Destination

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The Naka Island

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Beachfront

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Long Tail Boat at Sunset

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Local Village Pier

Known as the "Pearl of the Andaman," and flanked by turquoise blue waters, Phuket is Thailand’s largest island and one of Southeast Asia’s most highly-regarded destinations. Perfectly poised along the southern portion of Naka Yai island, just off the eastern coast of Phuket, is The Naka Island Resort & Spa. Traditionally a refuge for fishermen, and endowed with white sandy beaches and shady coconut groves, Naka Yai promises a unique travelling experience. Surrounded by natural mangroves and landscaped gardens, our enchanting tropical oasis provides a perfectly secluded haven. Transportation from Phuket International Airport (HKT) is a mere 25 minutes, including the ten-minute speedboat ride from the mainland pier to our exclusive resort.

Experience an unforgettable journey through fascinating settings. Indigenous water culture activities here include sailing on a Hobie Cat, windsurfing, sea-kayaking, long tail boat or bamboo rafting excursions, open-water rowing, snorkeling, diving, fishing, and more. Spend the day exploring the nearby Phi Phi Islands, or take a cruise in Phang Nga Bay to see the spectacular limestone formations on Phanak Island and Thalu Island, as well as Khao Phing Kan (James Bond Island). Phuket also offers unique jungle experiences. Hike or mountain bike along one of the numerous trails, go elephant trekking through the jungle, or take an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) tour through the plantations and forest. Golfers have three wonderful courses to choose from: Laguna Phuket Golf Club, Blue Canyon Country Club, and Mission Hills Golf Course.

Become acquainted with Phuket’s cultural attractions. Take in Phuket’s revered landmark Big Buddha, Phuket’s renowned monastery Wat Chalong, and the sweeping views at Promthep Cape. Visit historic Sino-Portuguese Old Town to gaze at its century-old architecture, and browse the boutiques and small shops showcasing everything from clothing, handicrafts, and Thai silk to art and antiques.