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Six Senses Yao Noi

Stunning villas, private pools, organic dining, and eco-conscious luxury.

Stunning villas, private pools, organic dining, and eco-conscious luxury.

A captivating and sustainable haven for those seeking a luxurious escape in a pristine natural environment.

Nestled on the pristine island of Yao Noi in the Phang Nga Bay, the Six Senses Yao Noi hotel in Thailand is a tropical paradise that seamlessly combines luxury, natural beauty, and sustainability. This stunning resort is renowned for its breath-taking views, private villas, and commitment to offering guests a truly holistic and immersive experience.

The Six Senses Yao Noi embraces the concept of "barefoot luxury," where guests can escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and reconnect with nature in a tranquil and serene setting. The resort's architecture, blending traditional Thai design with contemporary elements, harmonizes with the lush tropical landscape. Each villa features a private infinity pool and offers sweeping views of the turquoise waters and limestone karsts that define the region.

The resort offers a wide range of activities for guests to enjoy, from snorkelling and diving in crystal-clear waters to spa treatments that incorporate traditional healing techniques. There are also cultural excursions that allow guests to explore the local way of life, further enriching their experience.

Sustainability: This extraordinary hotel doesn't just focus on luxury and aesthetics; it also places a strong emphasis on sustainability and responsible tourism. The Six Senses brand as a whole is known for its eco-friendly initiatives, and the Yao Noi property is no exception. It is committed to minimizing its environmental footprint and preserving the pristine natural surroundings.
One of the standout features of the resort's commitment to sustainability is its organic garden, which supplies fresh produce for the hotel's restaurants. Here, guests can savour farm-to-table dining experiences, enjoying dishes made from locally-sourced and organic ingredients. The focus on sustainable cuisine not only supports local farmers but also reduces the carbon footprint associated with food production and transportation. Additionally, Six Senses Yao Noi takes active steps to manage its waste responsibly. The resort emphasizes recycling and composting, and single-use plastics are strongly discouraged. They aim to be a zero-waste property, with a comprehensive waste management system that minimizes the impact on the environment.

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When to go to Thailand

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January is one of the most delightful months to visit Thailand. The weather is characterized by cool temperatures and dry conditions. Daytime temperatures typically range from 25°C to 32°C (77°F to 89°F), making it perfect for outdoor exploration.

The month kicks off with vibrant New Year's Eve celebrations in major cities, such as Bangkok and Chiang Mai. Spectacular fireworks displays light up the night sky, and many establishments host special parties and events. Towards the end of January, the Chiang Mai Flower Festival takes place, featuring colourful parades, floral exhibitions, and garden competitions, adding a touch of natural beauty to your visit.



February is a continuation of the pleasant weather experienced in January. The cool, dry conditions persist, creating a comfortable atmosphere for travellers.

Chinese New Year, celebrated in various Thai-Chinese communities, adds a dash of cultural festivities to the month. In Chiang Mai, the Lantern Festival coincides with this period, where you can release lanterns into the night sky for good luck.



March is still a great time to visit Thailand. While temperatures start to rise as the month progresses, it remains relatively comfortable with low humidity and minimal rainfall.

The highlight of March in Thailand is the Songkran Festival, marking the Thai New Year. This event is celebrated with water fights, parades, and traditional ceremonies. It's a unique cultural experience that's both fun and refreshing.



April marks the beginning of the hot season in Thailand. Temperatures can soar, reaching up to 40°C (104°F). It's generally dry but increasingly scorching.

The Songkran Festival celebrations often continue into the first half of April, making it a vibrant and festive time to visit. Be prepared to get drenched in friendly water fights as part of the festivities.



May is still part of the hot and dry season. However, temperatures might be slightly more bearable compared to April.

While May doesn't feature any major festivals, it's an excellent time to explore Thailand's beautiful beaches and islands without the peak-season crowds. The clear skies and warm waters make it ideal for beach vacations and water activities.



June is the start of the rainy season in most parts of Thailand. Humidity increases, and sporadic rainfall becomes more common.

While there are no major festivals in June, this quieter period allows you to explore popular tourist destinations with fewer crowds. Consider indoor and cultural activities during occasional downpours



July is firmly within the rainy season in most of Thailand. Frequent downpours are expected, especially on the west coast and in northern regions.

July doesn't feature significant events, but it's a time to experience Thailand's lush green landscapes. You can visit national parks and enjoy the vibrant flora that thrives during the rainy season.



Rainfall continues in August, but the east coast islands like Koh Samui and Koh Phangan tend to have better weather during this period.

On August 12th, Thailand celebrates the Queen's Birthday, a national holiday. It's a time when Thais show their love and respect for the monarchy.



September marks the transition as the rainy season starts to wane. The weather gradually improves, particularly towards the latter part of the month.

Mahidol Day on September 24th is another national holiday, commemorating the life and contributions of Prince Mahidol, the father of modern medicine and public health in Thailand.



October is a great time to visit as the rainy season recedes, and the weather becomes more comfortable. You'll notice a decrease in rainfall, and conditions become ideal for travel.

Chulalongkorn Day on October 23rd is celebrated as a public holiday to honor King Rama V. It's a day of paying respects and remembering his significant contributions to the country.



November offers pleasant weather with less humidity. It's an excellent time for outdoor exploration and activities.

Loy Krathong, the Festival of Lights, is a major event in November. During this celebration, people release lanterns and float decorative krathongs (small rafts) on rivers and lakes, creating a magical, illuminated spectacle.



December is the peak tourist season in Thailand. The weather is cool and dry, providing ideal conditions for various outdoor activities.

Christmas and New Year's Eve are widely celebrated in major cities and tourist areas. You'll find festive decorations, special dinners, and lively parties to ring in the new year.


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