Guests taking advantage of the 'Songkran by the Similans' package are certain to feel lucky indeed, as they will be able to grab a last chance at discovering the untold secrets of 'Thailand's most beautiful island', Koh Tachai. This stunning new gem of the Similans has only very recently been opened to travellers and will be closed once more on 31st April for another six months during the off season.
"Naturally Ramada will be offering the gracious Thai Songkran ceremonies, with monks on hand to wash away the old year and usher in the new with lustral water," Ramada Khao Lak Resort General Manager Michael Vorderleitner said. "And of course things may get a bit more boisterous later on, as the hotel offers guests the chance to join the water splashing fun outside the resort.
"But if guests are searching for a good omen during their Songkran celebrations this year, then I can wholeheartedly recommend Koh Tachai. In this case, the hype is justified - it really is Thailand's most beautiful island in my opinion - but come and make up your own mind.
"At the end of April, the island is closed to the public, so it's really the last chance to see this incredible paradise first hand, and what could be more auspicious to kick start your New Year?"
Nestled in between the ancient and otherworldly rainforest of Khao Sok and the awe-inspiring islands of the Similans, Khao Lak may just be Thailand's perfectly placed escape.
Ramada Resort Khao Lak enjoys a stunning location at the heart of Khao Lak, yet on a secluded and beautiful stretch of almost private beach. It's the ideal destination for reflection, refreshing the spirit, and bathing away your worries.
"Water is especially important to a resort like Ramada. Besides our own beautiful beachfront, we can whisk guests away to Thailand's 'Emerald Forest', Khao Sok National Park, another mostly undiscovered treasure, where they can experience some of the country's most spectacular trekking, and then go bamboo rafting on a stunning lake high in the park's spectacular limestone karsts.
"And of course, there's the beguiling big blue of the Similan Islands, with some of the planet's best diving, and the crystal clear waters of Khao Lak's world-renowned beachfront. How could we not constantly be thinking of water?" asked Mr Vorderleitner.
The 'Songkran by the Similans' experience is available from 5 April and 15 April at Ramada Khao Lak Resort and must be booked before 15 March.
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