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Keemala Resort in Phuket, Thailand

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Aug 17, 2015

Category: Living

Thailand is well-known among travelers for having spectacular views. That’s just one of the reason you’ll want to visit the Keemala Resort, which sits in a secluded hillside just 40 minutes from Phuket.

The resort sits in the lush woodlands of Thailand, and offers a retreat from every day life. Guests of the resort can choose from four separate styles of huts: clay and straw cottages, tent villas, tree houses and birds nest villas. Each of these huts have outdoor bathtubs and rainfall showers, a private pool and an environment that promotes relaxation and rejuvenation as it’s filled with babbling streams and waterfalls. The resort offers daily massage, holistic healing and holistic fitness activities, too, so everyday can be as relaxing as the previous.

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