Escape The Cold and Return to Paradise with Pimalai

Koh Lanta’s iconic five-star resort is celebrating the relaunch of Thailand’s “Test & Go” programme with two inviting offers for international guests, including Early Bird discounts and a Long Stay promotion – perfect for the upcoming Easter holidays.

Have you been yearning to return to southern Thailand’s pure shores? As the winter chill lingers in the air, do you dream of being kissed by the warm, tropical sun? Do you long to swap your dreary daily commute for an exhilarating boat ride across sparkling seas to exotic islands? Or do you simply crave fresh Thai seafood, served with a smile as the sun sets over the ocean?

Now, your dreams could become a reality! Following the relaunch of Thailand’s “Test & Go” programme for international arrivals on 1st February 2022, Pimalai Resort & Spa, the natural five-star retreat in Koh Lanta, is inviting its cherished European guests and other global travellers to start planning for an idyllic Easter escape or sensational summer holiday with a choice of enticing promotions at one of Southeast Asia’s finest resorts.

Surrounded by nature, cascading down to a 900-metre-long beach, Pimalai is a haven of relaxation and privacy.

Nestled on a lush jungle-clad hillside that cascades gently down to a 900-metre-long stretch of soft white sand, Pimalai is a haven of luxury and tranquility.

In this unspoiled setting, far from the outside world, pleasure seekers can unwind in style, enjoy soothing therapies at the award-winning Pimalai Spa, savour world-class cuisine at a choice of seafront restaurants, and take part in invigorating activities such as kayaking, windsurfing, paddleboarding, yoga, Thai boxing, fitness classes, tennis, badminton, bicycle rides and more. To ensure complete serenity, no motorised water sports are permitted at Pimalai.

Kayaking at Ko Talabeng Island, Krabi Province, Thailand

A kayaking adventure at Koh Talabeng reveals hidden caves that are only accessible at low tide.

Couples and families can also embark on a choice of excursions into the shimmering seascape of Mu Ko Lanta National Park. The “Koh Haa Sunset” tour transports visitors to a gorgeous group of limestone karsts that enclose a bright turquoise lagoon, while the “Fabulous Koh Rok” adventure lets travellers uncover at a pair of pristine islands and with powder-soft sands and crystal clear seas.

These enchanting attractions will be closed from 15th May 2022 for their annual six-month rejuvenation, so Easter is the perfect time to experience their breath-taking beauty. Guests staying after 16th May can enjoy a dreamy day of cruising, swimming and kayaking around Koh Ngai and Koh Talabeng, or simply take a stroll around Koh Lanta’s heritage-rich Old Town. 

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