If a quiet day on the island or a swim in the pool isn't
enough to ease your muscles, try a Traditional Thai
Massage at the seaside pavilion. If you want to extend
your vacation and need to inquire about further traveling
plans, go to the tour desk in the lobby. Sometimes paradise
can be too much for some people, so if you ever need
those city essentials like air conditioning, a hair
dryer, TV or satellite TV, it's all available. And for
the long stay vacationers who never want to leave this
paradise, a laundry service is available for your convenience.
The resort offers a variety of activities
for you to do. The resort's poolside offers everything
the beach does, except the sand. From ordering drinks
to sip in the pool or just enjoying the view from the
lounge chairs as the staff waits on you like a king,
you can't lose with these options.
The Wana Dalah restaurant offers Thai
cuisine with the freshest seafood, prepared by the resident
chef who's only love is to perfect the art of tasty
home cooking. Depending on your mood and nature's element,
you can choose to dine either indoors or outdoors at
the restaurant, as both options are available to you.
The wana prisine bar is stocked with
every ingredient for every cocktail from Mai Tai's to
Singapore Slings, so you don't have to go far for a
brisk drink. The bar's atmosphere coincides with the
rest of the rest of the resort with its wooden bar stools
and open-air ambience.
There's a plethora of things to do outside the resort,
from deep sea snorkeling, hiking, to exploring caves.
Park ranger guided treks along the coast or inland can
be arranged by our local tour services in the area.
About 5km past Takua Thung on the way to Phang Nga
is Wat Tham Suwankhuha, there's a cave shrine filled
with Buddha images and exquisite natural rock formations.
Other nearby caves can also be found in the province
including Tham Reusisawan and Tham Phung Chang, both
3km south of Phang Nga. For a more water based activity,
boats tours can easily be found and rented for snorkeling
and navigating the scenic Phang Nga Bay, the same one
used for the water scenes in James Bond's The Man With
the Golden Finger.