ÀNI Thailand: The Jewel of Koh Yao Noi, an Unspoiled Thai Island

ÀNI Thailand nested in lush gardens with captivating views of Phang Nga Bay, is located at a jewel-like, exclusive beach gateway on the east coast of Koh Yao Noi island. Situated equidistant from Phuket to the west and the mainland Krabi to the east, ÀNI Thailand can be reached in 35 minutes by speedboat from either these islands.

Signifying ‘Little Lengthy Island’, Koh Yao Noi is described by abandoned seashores, safeguarded mangroves, beautiful rice paddies, and a verdant interior. Fishing towns and ranches dab the generally uninhabited, 19-square-mile (50-sq.km) island, famous for its easygoing speed of life and warm Southern Thai culture.

Accommodating up to 20 guests, ÀNI Thailand features a large main swimming pool, many living and dining facilities, and an experienced team of 22 to curate every detail of an all-inclusive ÀNI experience. There are no hidden costs or price lists where the stay has already included everything you need, from every personalized meal and spa treatment, to tailored excursions and kids’ activities. 

ÀNI Thailand aims to provide guests with a sense of family and home by delivering warmth and unparalleled generosity, pure relaxation and time and space for them to focus on what is important to them.

Following the growing demand for luxury that has a purpose and a sincere desire to seek out real and unique travel experiences. We are pleased to present a few of ÀNI Thailand’s carefully selected experiences that connect guests with colourful residents and provide enlightening glimpses into the tiny island’s way of life, character, and philosophy.

Breakfast in the paddy fields

Guests will have the opportunity to ride in a stylish motorcycle sidecar to reach “The Noodle Shop,” a highly regarded rice paddy field restaurant popular among locals of all ages. A Thai breakfast of egg-and-crab fried rice, exotic fruit, and sticky rice can be savored in this charming setting.

Sukanya and Chalothorn Hapolkla, the restaurant’s young, married proprietors who go by the names Ja Yam and Bang Mee, provide warm hospitality, and encourage guests to indulge in their freshly prepared rice noodles.

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