Koh Yao

Koh Yao Yai is a Thai island in the Andaman Sea, halfway between Phuket and Krabi. It is characterized by sandy shores, mangroves, rubber plantations and fishing villages. Beaches include Loh Paret and Loh Jark, the latter with a pier for ferries and long-tail boats. The surrounding waters are rich in coral and dotted with dive sites, like the King Cruiser Wreck near Anemone Reef, and the pinnacles of Shark Point. The smaller sister island next to it, Koh Yao Noi, has around 6,000 inhabitants and is around four by twelve kilometers in size.

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Partner Hotels

Paradise Koh Yao

Paradise Koh Yao is a boutique resort and spa on Koh Yao Noi that offers a true escape for those seeking privacy and seclusion, without compromising comfort and convenience. Their romantic holiday resort has recently been refreshed with a new look that blends shabby chic design with natural materials, to truly harmonize with nature.

Santhiya Koh Yao Yai

This eco-luxury resort comprises of thirty-nine teakwood pool villas and 109 deluxe rooms most with a panoramic sea view. All villa pools are filled with a certain concentration of purified seawater to align with international standards of saltwater swimming pools. The “Seawater Pool Villas” offer added comfort by having its pools consisting of ocean water, which blends in with the natural surrounding and offers a rare private stretch of beach frontage. Their unrivaled guest facilities include a spectacular waterfall swimming pool, indulgent spas offering a range of treatments and seven world-class restaurants serving the best in Thai and global cuisine.

TreeHouse Villas

Conceived as though by nature’s own architect, TreeHouse Villas on Koh Yao Noi is a visionary new adults-only luxury resort design for those with a love of the environment, beauty of nature and a desire to rediscover their inner child. Set amongst the jungle’s canopy in a treetop location with unspoiled views to the sea and the ancient Jurassic massifs of Phang Nga Bay itself.

The things that distinguishes those who choose to visit TreeHouse Villas is their deep appreciation of the environment, of nature and the prospect of luxury in a secluded virgin space. They are driven by a sense of discovery, travelling the road less trodden and reconnecting with their inner child. They choose to be a pathfinder and enjoy sharing their discoveries with their friends and loved ones. Their sense of beauty style and sophistication encapsulates their everyday life, including the desire to contribute in some way to a sustainable future.

Àni Private Resort

Located on the unspoiled island of Koh Yao Noi, Àni is an all-inclusive, private resort designed exclusively for a single group of guests. On a sandy beach with spellbinding views of Phang Nga Bay, the resort accommodates up to 20 guests across four Suites and four Villas set around a sparkling main swimming pool and a host of gracious, Lanna-style living and dining pavilions. The dedicated staff of 22 curates every detail — from dining and cultural moments to kids’ activities — to ensure a bespoke experience that defies expectations.


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