At the Chalong bay, Rawai, The Raya Rawai Place, is located in a well landscaped, tranquil and views from the balcony deck, will experience stunning
views of the sea and the mountains, beautiful on the edge of Chalog Bay clearly.

Lands that are tied together by the beach, has been well known in the south, on the east and west side of the Island.
At Phuket town, tour harbor, will take to Raya Island, Coral Island and Khai Island very easily.

Standard with a vast rooms, balcony and kitchen sink has the totals area of 28 square meters with 40 rooms and  24-hour reception in an advance.
Free Internet access (WI-FI) throughout the area, private parking is adequate.

Comfortable room that has Air Condition, Hot shower, Refrigerator, Cable TV, boiler equipment to make Tea and Coffee and food containers in the room.
Free for children less than 10 years of bed in the room with adults.

Children over 10 years of age or older will have an extra bed will be charged 500 baht per person per night.
With the distance within 1 hour from the airport and within 20 minutes to Raya Rawai Place, have a Taxi service transfer (surcharge), bicycle and motorcycle rentals.

Travel to popular tourist attraction nearby, Nai Harn, Kata, Karon, Rawai Beach,  Promtep viewpoint. Sunsets, Wat Chalong, Big Budha at Nargkeard Hill, Kata view all around in various directions.

Maui Thai camps for various recreational facilities field (Kite boarding) Elephant (Pang Chang) Alligator (Crocodile farm) Zoo (Zoo Park) Bird (Bird Park).
Shopping area at Tesco Lotus, Macro, Super market Home Pro, Souvenir shops, Fabric shops (Silk Shop).

Raya Rawai Place is not allowed to have pets. Prohibit to bringing pets in side.

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With 3 different types of rooms to choose from, you can be sure that there will always be one to meet your exacting needs.


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Chalong Bay
iChalong's muddy East Coast shoreline makes it rather unsuitable for swimming but it's an ideal and natural spot for yacht mooring. As well as the Boat Lagoon, Yacht Haven and Royal Phuket Marina, Chalong is a centre for intense boating activity. Early mornings and late afternoons are the busiest times at Chalong, when diving and day trip groups are bundled on and off boats. The Ao Chalong Yacht Club, which organises regular sailing races, makes its base here, and its bar is a favourite spot for sailors to swap yarns and party.


Nai Harn Beach
Nai Harn beach is one of the most beautiful beaches
in Phuket with its excellent water quality. It's
encompassed on both sides by jungle-covered mountains and there's a large freshwater lagoon inland. Never overloaded, even in high season, Nai Harn's usually busier at weekends as it is popular with both Thais and expats. Many tourists who come to Phuket never make it to this wonderful stretch of sand. At the southern end the lagoon flows into the sea, creating
a stream that children love to play in.


Phromthep Cape in Phuket
Phromthep Cape is the island's most photographed and perhaps best-known location. Every evening, large tour buses, scooters and private cars sweep through Rawai Beach and up the island's southernmost hill in order to watch the sunset at its peak. On the top of the hill
stands a busy car park where vehicles disgorge crowds
of people from every corner of the world. Cameras flash,

Rawai Beach
Rawai holds the distinction of being the very first tourist beach on Phuket. Years ago, people from Phuket Town would drive the 17km to Rawai on weekends to while away the afternoon underneath the beach's casuarina trees rather than risk the (then) dangerous drive over
the hill to Phuket's west coast.


Wat Chalong in Phuket
Wats - or Buddhist temples - are among the most important symbols of Thailand, partly because the majority of Thais are Buddhist and partly because they are so beautiful. In Phuket alone, there are 29 Buddhist temples spread around the island.

Wat Chalong has been extending a warm welcome to visitors for over a century. Locals come to pray and Westerners come to learn something about Buddhism. The temple is open from seven in the morning to five in the afternoon.


Phuket's Big Buddha
is one of the island's most important and revered landmarks. The huge image sits on top of the Nakkerd
Hills between Chalong and Kata and at 45 metres high
it is easily seen from far away.

The lofty site offers the best 360-degree views of the island (think sweeping vistas of Phuket Town, Kata,
Karon beaches, Chalong Bay and more.) Easily reachable
via a six-kilometre road leading from Phuket's main artery,
it's a must-visit island destination.


7/19 M.5 Soi Ruamjai Wiset Road, Rawai, Muang, Phuket 83130
Tel. 66(0)76 381 512, 66(0)76 381 931 Fax. 66(0)76 381 512 Mobile. 098 252 2287
E-mail. info@rayarawaiplace.com

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