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Astudo takes over Resort in Chumphon, Thailand

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Tuesday, 9 September 2008

Astudo Hotel & Resort Management, manager of X2 Resorts, Away Resorts and Le Bayburi, has opened the Away (Tusita) Chumphon.

The resort, (previously known as Tusita Resort), covering a total area of 25 Rai (40,000 square meters), is located on a beautiful unspoiled beach, Had Arunothai. Dozens of stunning limestone islands rising out of the sea are in full view. Nearby is Paknam Tako, an estuary where guests can observe the lifestyle of the local fishermen and watch the fishing boats bringing home the days haul close to sunset.

Koh Tao, a premier diving area in the Gulf of Thailand is directly to the east with Arunothai providing the closest access point on the mainland and is closer to Koh Tao than the usual point of departure Koh Samui.

The 22 accommodations in the resort comprise of:

- 1 Residence Villa of 150 sqm
- 2 Beach Suites of 80 sqm
- 1 Beach Pool Villa of 90 sqm
- 2 Beach Rooms of 60 sqm
- 16 Garden Villas of 80 sqm

The facilities of the resort include a restaurant serving seafood, Thai and International cuisine, a spa with two treatment rooms and two outdoor massage Salas, a swimming pool, a bar, a lounge/library, a fitness centre and Wi-Fi throughout the resort.

Chumphon is not only renowned for its abundant seafood, but also known as a province of succulent fruits with various marvelous attractions like beaches, islands, forests and caves. Chumphon covers a total area of 6,009 square kilometers with a long coast stretching for 222 kilometers and 47 islands. Its boundary reaches Prachuap Khiri Khan in the North, the Gulf of Thailand in the East, Suratthani in the South and Ranong and Myanmar in the West. Geographically, its landscape is alternate plains and mountains. Coconut, rambutan, durian, mangosteen, banana, and pineapple are some varieties of fruits densely grown on eastern plains.

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