With its absolute beachfront location, Twin Villas Natai is perfectly positioned for enjoying sea swims, kayak paddles or long strolls along Natai’s 10-kilometre length. With just a few neighbouring villas and the nearest resort half a kilometre away, the beach is largely free of other people. Beyond the villa, guests could take a bicycle ride through Natai’s scenic landscape of coconut palms and buffalo fields, charter a yacht to discover the towering limestone islands of Phang Nga Bay, or explore the tropical marine life of the Similan islands on a diving or snorkel trip. There’s Baba Beach Club (2km) and Iniala Resort (3km) offer excellent nightlife options, cocktails, dinner and good brunches.
- Baba Beach Club
- 2 km
- Sarasin Bridge
- 9 km
- Blue Canyon Country Club
- 26 km
- Yacht Haven Marina
- 26 km
- Phuket International Airport
- 28 km
- Phang Nga Bay Park
- 40 km
- Khao Lak National Park
- 50 km
- Central Festival shopping mall
- 51 km
- Phuket Town
- 52 km
- Patong Beach
- 55 km
Things to Do
Twin Villas Natai offers plenty of beachfront activities and entertainment for families and groups including a walk to a nearby pier, but for those who wish to venture beyond the beach and villas the natural wonders of Phang Nga are within easy reach, and the nightlife, shopping, dining and cultural sights of Phuket Island are just an hour’s drive away. Here are just a few ideas for things to see and do:
Explore the colourful coral gardens and marine life on a scuba diving or snorkelling trip to the Similan Islands, a protected archipelago of emerald waters and silken white beaches (open from 15 October to 15 May).
Discover beautiful Phang Nga Bay, with its towering limestone islands and floating village. Travel in style aboard a luxury yacht, hire a traditional longtail boat, or go for a guided kayak adventure through sea caves and hidden lagoons.
Play a round or two of golf at Tab Lamu Navy golf course, Mission Hills Phuket Golf Club on the serene east coast of Phuket, or the Blue Canyon Country Club, a former tin mine transformed into two lush 18-hole courses in northern Phuket.
Sip sundowners or enjoy a Sunday brunch at nearby Baba Beach Club or indulge in a gastronomic treat with a dinner at Iniala resort created by a Michelin-starred chef.
Discover the jungles and mountain landscapes of Phang Nga province, with myriad adventures including day trips to waterfalls, river canoeing, ATV rides, or a walk up to Samet Nangshe viewpoint.
Take the kids out for a cool waterslide session at Splash Jungle waterpark near Mai Khao Beach, or go for a wakeboarding session at Anthem Wake Park.
Experience Thailand’s wildlife the ethical way with a visit to Phuket Elephant Sanctuary or the Gibbon Rehabilitation Project, both charitable rescue foundations for abused and exploited animals.
Delve into local history and culture with a stroll around Phuket Old Town, where streets are lined with charming Sino-Portuguese buildings restored and converted into cafes, boutique shops and art studios. Explore the alleyways to find intriguing wall murals, food stalls serving delicious local fare such as steaming bowls of Hokkien noodles or moo hong (braised pork belly), and hawkers of good-luck amulets and curios.
Go for some retail therapy (and great bargains!) in the markets and malls of Phuket, including Patong Beach with its large Jungceylon shopping centre and street bazaars, stylish Boat Avenue near Bang Tao Beach and, in Phuket Town, the bustling Naka Weekend Market, Lard Yai Sunday street market, and Central Festival shopping mall.