The lush, tropical and exotic island of Phuket is world renowned for its stunning sandy beaches, fantastic climate and warm and friendly locals. Situated on the western coast of this beautiful island the romantic Pavillions Resort is close to Layan Beach.
If you can tear yourselves away from your Villa, there are wonderful adventures and escapades in Phuket.Layan Beach
Just 3 minutes by shuttle from The Pavilions, at the northern end of Bang Tao beach where the beach meets a river and a lagoon. The area is home to many birds and other wildlife that enjoy the peace of the lagoon. There is a free shuttle service to the beach every 30 minutes or on request basis. Guests can organize with driver when to be picked up. Beach bag and beach towel are also provided in the villa.Bang Tao Beach Shopping
Some of the island's best finds for antiques and other treasures can be found at Laguna's Canal Village and in the rows of shops just outside the Laguna entrance. A huge range is on sale including fruit and vegetables, fresh meat and fish, clothes, delicious local snacks, toys, shoes and more.Island Hopping
Phi Phi Islands are some of Thailand’s best known islands and a “must-see”. Equally captivating above and below water, its six islands richly deserve their reputation as “The jewels of the Andaman Sea”.Phang Nga Bay
Phang Nga Bay’s spectacular limestone scenery has captured the hearts of movie makers, writers and romantics for decades. Scores of beautiful islands rise up from the Andaman Sea, their tree-clad cliffs casting a rainbow of contrast to the bay’s sparkling Perrier-bottle hue.James Bond Island
It is known originally and locally as Ko Tapu or Nail Island, but it found fame through the 1974 Bond film “The Man with the Golden Gun”. The film starred Roger Moore and Christopher Lee but it was the scenic topography that helped make the film into a firm Bond favourite.