Dewa Phuket Resort and Villas is located a few steps from the stunning and tranquil Nai Yang beach, which is part of protected Sirinath National Park, on the northwest coast of Phuket island.
At just an 8-minute drive away from Phuket International Airport, the resort allows guests the accessibility of a quick arrival and departure into Phuket, without the fuss of yet another long journey. It’s a boon for guests arriving in the middle of the night.
An Icon of Phuket’s natural beauty, Sirinath National Park is a lush, 90-square-kilometer nature preserve along the northwest coast of the island. You can enjoy a stroll or a bicycle ride along the coastal forest to become fascinated with wide range of exotic plants and wildlife including sea turtles and 130 bird species. The northern end of the park is a mangrove forest, with saltwater swamps supporting a unique ecosystem. Shrimp and grouper fish can be spotted swimming through the water- submerged roots of mangrove species. Another member of the animal kingdom found in the mangrove forest is the intriguing mudskipper, which can be seen climbing the roots and branches of the mangrove trees.
The Park is also guaranteed to be the perfect backdrop for your epic national park wedding.
Nai Yang Beach is one of the most mellow and laid-back beaches in Phuket. Located along the western shores of the island, this area is a local favourite as the beach lacks the commercial feel of Patong or Karon Beach. Set within the Sirinath National Park, this natural oasis is ideal for bathing or snorkelling.
The 2-kilometer-long strip of sand is also known for its numerous water sport activities including wakeboarding, windsurfing, kitesurfing, and paragliding.
There are some amazing tropical islands off the coast that are wonderful to explore on a day trip. We have special packages for guests who would like to go and explore islands nearby, including a day trip to Phi Phi Island, Bamboo Island and Pileh Lagoon. Those that love exploring the ocean should not miss a day trip to the Similan Islands.
The cultural and historic heart of Phuket has been regenerated in recent years and has become an attraction in itself. The Old Town consists of four main streets and their side alleys where Sino-Portuguese buildings have been restored and quaint shops, restaurants and cafes have opened. There are mansions and museums where visitors can learn more about island life over 100 years ago. Every Sunday evening Thalang Road in the Old Town opens as a lively walking street where visitors can discover local handicrafts and cuisine.