Thailand's largest island at 540 square kilometre,
Phuket is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Southeast Asia.
Separated from the country's mainland by a narrow sea channel, this island features more geographic variations than on any other Thai island: long, beautiful beaches, rocky coast lines and large limestone cliffs facing the ocean,
and hills and lush level areas brimming with tropical plant life of all varieties. With its white sand, salt water lagoons, lush coconut groves, and undisturbed forests of palm trees, Phuket enchants everyone who visits.Hundreds of smaller islands are accessible by watercraft
from the resort, many of them forested and fringed with spectacular coral reefs. The most beloved—Koh Phi Phi, the Surin, and the Similan island—are coveted destinations for sailing, diving, snorkeling, golfing, and sunbathing. Koh Siray is home to a traditional Chao Lay (sea gypsy) village.