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Hotel Representation Australia signs Rasananda Resort in Thailand

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Hotel Representation Australia has added the Rasananda Resort on Pha Ngan Island to its growing Thailand portfolio.

 Rasananda is located at the base of a lush, tropical mountain gently sloping towards the powdery white sands of Tong Nai Pan Noi beach; only 30 minutes away by speed boat from Samui.

 While well known around the globe for its world famous nocturnal festivities, Koh Pha Ngan actually has isolated hideaways, which bring the gift of tranquillity to travellers. A host greets guests at Samui airport and escorts them to the beach where they can relax and enjoy complimentary refreshments on arrival.

Rasananda features 44 villas and suites sprawled over 200 meters of sea-view frontage along the pristine white sands of Tong Nai Pan Noi beach, northeast of Pha Ngan Island.

 All 44 villas and suites have their own private pools with spacious indoor and outdoor living spaces ranging from 100 to 260 square meters.

 Rasananda’s villas and suites combine the finest of local materials with state-of-the-art technology to create an ideal holiday experience. All Villas and Suites feature an exclusive ‘blissful dreams’ mattress adorned with 500 thread count bed linens and goose down duvets, home theatre systems, hardwood floors, Thai cotton and silk accented furniture, and your own espresso machine to start another perfect day in paradise.

For dining pleasures, the resort features beachside dining and The Shoppe has refreshments as well as freshly baked pastries. The Lounge offers guests one of the best wine selections in the area.

Aside Ton Nai Pan Noi beach, there is the well known Haad Rin beach, which is most famous for the monthly “Full Moon Party”; Chaloklum Bay by the fishing village of Ban Chaloklum; the popular Haad Kuat or “bottle beach”; and the coral reef beaches of Mae Haad. Most beaches around Pha Ngan are suitable for swimming and relaxation and reachable by road and sea.

In addition to the breathtaking shoreline, the island is rich in waterfalls as well as natural flora and fauna, and is said to have been one of King Rama V’s favourite forest parks. There are highly interesting spots for sightseeing as well, such as the historical Wat Kow Tham Temple, the 400 year old Wat Nai, and the Chinese inspired Kuan Yin Shrine. Check with your resort host for recommended itineraries and activities.

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