The Racha is a premier deluxe island hideaway set on a pristine white-powdery beach overlooking the dazzling turquoise waters of the Andaman Sea.
This eco-chic modern oasis has been built in low-rise harmony with its environment, with serene white washed villas designed in a minimalistic contemporary style. Villa features include luxurious bathrooms with bathtubs and indoor showers, as well as outdoor rain showers, comfortable day beds indoor as well as on the terrace. Some villas have a private plunge pool.
The Racha features a large infinity edge swimming pool with pool deck overlooking the Andaman Sea and a second multi-level free-style pool with waterbeds and a Jacuzzi set in the resort’s lush tropical gardens both with underwater music. Activities include a flood lit tennis and basketball court, a 5 star PADI dive centre, mountain bikes, ATV’s, snorkelling trips and classes ranging from Batik painting to Thai cooking.
The Anumba Spa boasts luxurious private treatment rooms, a sauna and steam room, meditation rooms for holistic programmes and a gymnasium, all set in tropical beach surroundings.
The Racha’s three dining restaurants serve delicious food to suit every taste. The relaxed, contemporary Earth Café serves breakfast and dinner indoors and alfresco. Opening onto the pool deck, the romantic Fire Grill plates up pizza, pastas and salad during the day and gourmet offerings at night. The Sunset Beach Restaurant overlooking the Andaman Sea lets you sink your toes into the sand as you enjoy Thai food and burgers for lunch and barbecued seafood and steak in the evening. As evening comes, watch yet another glorious sunset from the Lobby Bar patio. For a more intimate meal, schedule a private barbeque in your villa. Finish your day perfectly by dancing and singing along with their resident virtuoso band at the Ice Bar.
The Racha is a delightful choice for a Thailand island honeymoon, for the ultimate Honeymoon experience opt for the Grand Pool Suite which features a private infinity-edge swimming pool overlooking the Andaman Sea.