Set on a hillside where a rubber plantation once stood, the resort is camouflaged by dense foliage and has front row seats to a natural wonder; a collection of limestone karsts rising out of the turquoise Andaman Sea. This spectacular view is consistently worshipped from as many viewpoints as possible throughout the property; from the bar, the restaurant, the beach, the villa bedrooms and the infinity pool.
When you can tear your eyes away you’ll discover one of Asia’s finest spas in a traditional Thai longhouse (massages are available up to 9pm if you want to star gaze at the same time). Although you could easily while away many days floating between your villa, the bar and the spa, leaving the resort is highly recommended. Start by exploring the bay from a different perspective, climb the limestone, (rock climbing is a popular sport with over 50 routes) or sail around the islands. Six Senses has a fleet of boats to get you up close and there is an island menu (including the famous James Bond island) so you can tailor make your adventure. Pack a snorkel into a traditional longboat, calm mangrove channels and tiny islands to explore have made this one of the world's most beautiful kayaking and snorkelling spots.
Bicycles are complimentary and heading off to find the island’s one village will be well rewarded; see farmers manning their rubber farms and herding goats and water buffalos, stop off at a roadside shack for a massage and relax into a slower pace of life; in place of souvenir hawking and busy bars, Yao Noi offers insights into a unchanged way of life.
- In resort assistance
- Hassle-free - book direct quickly and easily
- Choice of airlines and the option to switch
- A friendly, family run business with a wealth of experience.
- Great deals on offer for multiple destinations
- Low deposits