Experience Phuket Paradise
10 Nights 11 Days
Fare starting from: £895.00 per person
The Village at Coconut Island is located on a private beach overlooking the stunning Phang Nga Bay. Just a 5-minute ride on the hotel’s boat service from Phuket Town, The Village offers a beach getaway from the hustle and bustle of the mainland.
Accommodation at The Village ranges from One and Two Bedroom Suites to villas ranging from two to five bedrooms. The spacious suites come with flat-screen TVs and well-equipped kitchenettes. Most rooms feature outdoor pools or hot tubs in private gardens.
Guests can enjoy some of the best watersports facilities in Phuket including hobby cats, topaz dinghies, paddle boards. Other activities include tennis, volleyball and mountain bikes, while Thai experiences like Muay Thai classes and Thai cookery classes can also be arranged. A fully-equipped gym is also available to help keep you active.
A range of excursions, exploring and sightseeing on the mainland are also offered along with day trips to the nearby Phi Phi Islands and Phang Nga Bay. Private boat tours can also be arranged from our jetty to suit your own itinerary. For relaxation, KAHTOR Spa has an extensive menu of massages and treatments.
Lunch and dining options at the Kabang Restaurant include Asian and International cuisine while the bar deck is perfect for an evening with a cocktail over sunset. Wood fired pizzas are specialties of the Village’s KUCINA while KOKO restaurant offers stunning views over Phang Nga Bay.
Phuket island is a 5-minute boat ride away. The Village Coconut Island offers 24-hour water taxi services, which departs every 30 minutes. Phuket International Airport is a 30-minute drive from the private jetty where guests can connect to the resort's water taxi for an additional charge.
- 10 Nights Hotel in Phuket (05 Star) The Village Coconut Island Beach Resort
- Board Basis : Breakfast
- Return Flight from London to Phuket (Qatar Airways or Singapore Airlines)
- Excursions on demand (On Discounted Fares)
- 23 KG Checkin Baggage per person
- Deposit option available pay minimum deposit upto £ 400.00 Per person and rest in installment.
- Fly Now Pay later option also available.
- ATOL protected for Flights and Accommodation (Including a Cruise), or. Flights and car Hire.
- Return Transfers (Shared or Private).
- Tours & Excursions
- Car Hire
- Travel Insurance
- Airline Seat Arrangement
- 15th January 2021 to 31ST March 2021 & 15th April to 31st May 2021
Phuket is both an island and a province, the largest in Thailand and the size of Singapore (539 sq.km, 48 km north to south, 21 km east to west), located on the south-west coast of Thailand in the Andaman Sea and connected to the mainland by the Sarasin Bridge. The currency is the Thai Baht, and the electricity is 220 Volt
The nicest sandy beaches are all on the west coast, the most popular ones being, of course, Patong, Karon, Kata, Kamala and Bangtao, but some are still peaceful in the northern part: Naithon, Maikhao and Haad Sai Beach. The East coast is mostly covered by mangrove in the north and rocky in the south at the exception of few hidden beaches such as Ao Yon Beach. The east coast offers a beautiful view on the nearby islands. The main town is ‘Phuket City’, but everyone calls it Phuket Town. Thalang Road in the city centre has applied to be a UNESCO heritage site with the many Sino Portuguese mansions and shop-houses, including some jewels such as the ‘Baan Chinpracha House Museum‘, ‘China Inn‘, the Thai Hua Museum and the renovated ‘Blue Elephant Restaurant‘. The second biggest town is Patong Beach. Nightlife is unique in Phuket, mostly in Patong Beach, but is also very active in Kata Beach and Karon Beach. Almost any beach has its bit of nightlife but ‘Soi Bangla‘ is the hottest place on the island. Closing time is supposed to be 2 am, but the party always continues way beyond. Most popular night venues are the beer bars and the famous Go Go Bars, but also several Night Clubs and a very active gay nightlife. The Phuket Vegetarian Festival occurs on the 1st to the 9th day of the 9th moon according to the Chinese lunar calendar (October). Songkran in April is an occasion to have fun throwing water at each other for a day and mostly party all night. Loy Krathong on the full moon of the 12th month in the traditional Thai lunar calendar (November) is celebrated by releasing on the water little floats made of leaves, incense and flowers. Old Phuket Festival, end January, and Chinese New Year are the occasion for parades in town. Phuket most popular viewpoint the famous Big Buddha with amazing views of Kata and Chalong; other popular hills include Karon Viewpoint and Kao Rang Hill. Wat Chalong is the most visited temple, and Promthep Cape is the southernmost point on the island, famous for its sunset. The Heroine Monument on the way to the airport stands in memory of the two sisters who defeated the Burmese in 1785. Some movies shot in Phuket: James Bond Island in Phang Nga Bay, On On Hotel in Phuket Town in ‘The Beach’ and Baan Chinpracha, was used in Heaven and Earth. Thai food is famous all around the world and trying local restaurants should be part of your Thai experience. Phuket food is generally spicier than in the rest of Thailand. Favourite dishes are Tom Yum Koong (Spicy, sour prawn soup), Tom Ka Kai (Chicken soup with coconut milk), Som Tam (Green papaya salad), Hor Mok (fish mousse), Kuay Tiew (Noodle soup), Pad Thai and more. If you can’t eat spicily, just say “Mai Pet” (not spicy). But best of all, Phuket is famous for its fantastic seafood. The amazing limestones cliffs of Phang Nga Bay and the famous James Bond Island are about 75 km North East of Phuket, as well as Koh Panyi, the village entirely built on stilts. Phi Phi Islands are 46 km south-east, and Similan Islands are 120 km north west of Phuket. Khao Lak is 100 km away along the east coast, past the connecting bridge, while Krabi is 150 km driving along the east coast, past Khaosok National Park.