KEEMALA RESORT IN THAILAND
Thailand is one of those countries that have always found their place on various top 10 most beautiful destinations lists. This is a country that is a tourist gem in many aspects and yet, despite its huge popularity and invasion of tourists, it is still considered undiscovered for the most part. If you are itching to visit Thailand and see firsthand what other people are raving about, we would suggest that you stay at the Keemala rainforest resort near the famous Phuket. The reasons for that are many….
Number one, there is the location. Keemala is overlooking the eponymous village and the Andaman Sea. It is nestled between green hills and woodlands, and yet close enough to Kamala and Patong beaches. The closest town is Phuket where Leonardo DiCaprio shot the movie Beach in 2000. Whatever your reason for visiting Thailand might be – relaxation, looking for fun or maybe holistic & spa treatments – Keemala will make sure to fulfil all your needs.
The resort comprises of enchanting villas like the Clay Pool Cottages (one- and two-bedroom) with each featuring a private pool, a king size bed, luxurious bathroom amenities with monsoon showers, a tea and coffee maker, and a spacious terrace with rainforest and resort views. Then there are Tent Pool Villas with their wildlife inspired interior, a spacious bathroom, an outside shower and a stand-alone bathtub. The villas span 140 square meters which includes a pool and outdoor lounging area.
Keemala is known as ‘feast for the senses’ particularly when it comes to fine wines and dining. The food here is prepared from fresh, organic, locally grown ingredients. The resort’s Executive Chef and Sommelier are constantly coming up with different gastronomic packages for the guests and, all year around, there are specialist wine makers and chefs who hold special events for the resort’s guest.
Keemala will also cater to your body. You can choose yoga, Pilates, or meditation. If you are more into physical challenges, there is circuit training, boxing and trail running.
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