What to do and to see around?
Rawai district forms the heart of Southern Phuket and is a great choice for your vacations in Phuket. This often overlooked area of Phuket has a lot to offer: 10 beautiful beaches, 4 stunning viewpoints, 13 neighbouring islands to explore, plenty of restaurants and activities, and… it’s the home of Harmony Naturist Resort!
Rawai Beach Phuket
Rawai beach offers beautiful views, great restaurants, rousing bars, and relaxing massages. You can also check out the long-tail boats as they depart to the neighboring islands. This is a truly great place to visit. You can jump on one long-tail boat for the day and enjoy an island hopping.
Phuket’s most southerly point is also one of its most popular attractions. Hundreds of visitors flock here each evening to catch the spectacular nightly sunset. Phromthep Cape offers excellent views of Phuket and the Andaman Sea, making it one of the island’s most photographed locations.
Ao Sane Beach
Ao Sane Beach is the proof that Phuket still has some little beaches hidden from view where you can pretend nothing has changed in the past twenty years. Ao Sane consists of three tiny sandy bays and you can walk from one to another through the few beach bungalows. Ao Sane is one of the few beaches calm enough to snorkel during the rainy season.
Ya Nui beach.
Ya Nui beach is a charming tiny bay, tucked in a cove between the Windmill Viewpoint and famous Promthep Cape in the very south of Phuket Island. The beach is tiny, with a unique rock formation splitting it into two bays, and a large island in front of it. The water is blue-green and beautiful and sand is thin and powdery. Tiny thatch-roofed restaurants serve all the usual Thai food, nothing fancy, but you get to cold drink with your feet in the sand, and this only is enough to stop for a break.
Nai Harn Lake and Wat Nai Harn.
Between the beach and the lake, Wat Nai Harn was once a small and unknown temple surrounded by walls. After adding a brand new building, it expanded to become a landmark. The lake behind the beach, once natural, is now a large concrete pond where you can rent some paddle boats, fun for the kids.
The windmill viewpoint, also occasionally called wind turbine, is a panoramic hill in the very south of Phuket Island. From up there, you can enjoy a birdview of the very popular Ya Nui Beach on one side, and the bay of Nai Harn on the other. This spot is now one of the most photographers panoramas in Phuket.
On the west coast of Phuket, is one of the most visited beaches. Kata enjoys a superb sandy bay with an incredibly blue sea and an iconic island standing in the middle of the sea. The town stretches for 2 kilometres along the back road. Kata offers a good and growing choice of dining venues, shopping, nightlife, and hotels. Not far (just 10 min. walking) there is Kata Noi Beach, a stretch of sand so beautiful that was once in the ’10 best beaches in the world’ in Tripadvisor.
Rawai Seafood Market.
Rawai Seafood Market started as a modest local fisherman village where you would buy some local catch to take home. Rawai beach in the very south of Phuket is also known as the Sea Gypsy Village and has always been a bit of an exotic attraction. Year after year, the small market grew in popularity and a few restaurants started to cook the fish you just bought across the street.
Phuket’s Big Buddha is one of the most important and revered landmarks on the island. The huge image sits on top of the Nakkerd Hills between Chalong and Kata and, at 45 metres tall, can be seen from as far away as Phuket Town. The lofty site offers the best 360-degree views of the island. Reachable via a 6km road leading from Phuket’s main roads, it’s a must-visit island destination.
Phi Phi Islands Tour.
Phi Phi islands are an archipelago in the south of Phuket, and in case you were wondering, Phi Phi is pronounced Pee-Pee, not Fi-Fi! Anyway, they don’t need to be introduced since Leonardo DiCaprio took care of this in 2000 with the movie ‘The Beach’. During the tour you will visit also the stunning Monkey beach and Bamboo Island.
Phang Nga Bay.
Phang Nga Bay’s distinctive feature is the sheer limestone karsts that jut vertically out of the emerald-green water. James Bond Island and Koh Panyee are just 2 of the more famous spots in this bay. By far the best means of enjoying the spectacular scenery, with only brief encounters with the tourist crowds at James Bond and Koh Panyee, is by taking boat trips from the northern end of Phuket.
A few minutes walk from Harmony Naturist Resort there are also two beaches unknown to most tourists and also to locals. They are two delightful little bays practically deserted even in high season, ideal for our naturist customers. If you want to sunbathe and swim naked these are perfect beaches, away from prying eyes and without having to move away from Rawai. True naturism in Phuket is only at Harmony Naturist Resort!
Discover all the facilities and services that Harmony Naturist Resort offers you:
- Airport shuttle (additional charge)
- Air conditioning
- Pets are not allowed.
- Wardrobe or closet
- Hair dryer
- 5G WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Front Desk Services
- Baggage storage
- Tour desk
- Private Toilet
- Hot shower
- Attached bathroom
- Pool bar
- Electric kettle
- Secure Parking
Health & Wellness Facilities
- Massage (additional charge)
Services & Extras
- Tickets to shows/attractions (additional charge)
Media & Technology
- Flat-screen TV
- Cable channels
- Sitting area
Food & Drink
- Bottle of water
- Daily housekeeping
- Ironing service (additional charge)
- Laundry (additional charge)
- Pool table
- Onsite bar