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By Chris | September 22 2007
Set amid 20 acres of lush gardens with awe-inspiring views of deserted tropical islands, Six Senses Samui is the perfect place to wind down.
Indulge in a soothing Senses 4 Hands massage at the Six Senses Spa; prepare to relax as two therapists gently manipulate your muscles easing all tension from the body. To book an appointment contact wellness and spa manager Keerana Sripongpunkul by phone +66 77 245 678 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. In the evening sample delectable new Asian cuisine at the award-winning Dining on the Rocks. Sit out on one of the restaurant’s terraced decks and enjoy panoramic vistas of the sparkling Gulf of Thailand.
David Ashworth, General Manager
9/10 Moo 5, Baan Plai Laem, Bophut, Koh Samui, Suratthani, 84320
66 7724 5678
Why we love it: The master bedroom, guest bedroom and living room are each located in their own separate villas.The master bedroom has a secluded outdoor garden bathroom where you can sink into the deep bathtub and take in the breathtaking views of the glistening Gulf of Thailand and the nearby Phangan Island. Dine in a traditional salas beside the stunning private infinity pool and star gaze on the 4,450 square foot balcony.
ISLAND HOPPING with EXPLORIENT TRAVEL SERVICES
Take a break from the hustle and bustle of Bangkok‘s city center and tour the serene islands of the Gulf of Thailand.
Explorient Travel Services can create a tailored itinerary and is able to arrange luxury transport by private jet, yacht and exclusive chauffeured cars. Fly first to the tranquil island of Koh Samui and unwind at the opulent Six Senses Samui spa hotel. The nearby Ang Thong National Marine Park consists of a number of pristine and petite deserted islands including the Sleeping Cow Island and the Three Pillars Island. Explore tropical forests, hidden lagoons and extraordinary caves or lounge on white sand beaches and snorkel over colorful coral gardens. Ko Paluay is the only inhabited island and has a wide variety of fascinating wildlife, from crab-eating monkeys to hawksbill turtles and silver-haired bats. For outstanding diving head to Koh Tao where the currents are mild and the bays are frequented by black-tipped reef sharks.
Kervin Yu, Exeuctive Vice President
Three Landmark Square, Suite 110, Stamford, CT06901
1 800 785 1233