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For those who envision days and nights spent in one’s own personal paradise, tucked away in some far-away island, there are Thailand private pool villas that can satisfy this need. Whether you are looking for an off-the-beaten-track yet comfortable experience or a luxurious private retreat near the beach, Thailand has something for you.

KC Resort and Over Water Villas

KC Resort and Over Water Villas

Located in Koh Samui island in Surat Thani province, KC Resort offers one of the best luxury villas in Thailand. The hotel accommodations, which are perched on a hillside, offers impressive views of Chaweng Bay and nearby Matlang Island.

KC Resort has 16 overwater villas, which are suspended on stilts over a 60m² crystal clear infinity pool. This unique design allows guests to swim under or around the private villa, pausing to admire the panoramic views of the ocean. In keeping with the natural theme, the villas are constructed with materials such as cedar and teak.

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Coastal Escape

Unobstructed views of the world famous Pha Nga Bay welcomes visitors to this holiday resort Koh Yao Noi. This piece of paradise offers the best of both worlds with its proximity to tourist magnets such as Phuket and Krabi, access to best modern amenities, including free fiber optic wi-fi access in all rooms and public areas, and private comfort.

Coastal Escape has carved a quiet space away from the crowd with spaces designed with the visitor in mind. Coastal Escape has deluxe beach accommodations that offer the best in Thailand luxury villas. Each 2-bedroom villa has their own private plunge pool with a comfortable patio that offers views of the beach or the limestone cliffs of the bay.

The Place

The Place, an appropriately named corner of paradise in Koh Tao Island, has nine boutique villas with an open-plan design that integrates the great outdoors with the living space. Guests to savor the ocean views can open huge floor length sliding doors completely. Each villa has its own infinity pool and private sundeck, and a glass roof shower to complete the experience of living in nature.

Guests at The Place will appreciate the seclusion and privacy of the location. The Place also supports responsible eco-tourism and has adopted sustainable practices such as using eco-friendly products and integrating rain catchment and other green design features into the facilities.

Amatara Resort

Amatara resort, which is hidden in a quiet corner of Phuket, offer not only 5-star accommodations but also wellness amenities for guests. The resort, which overlooks the turquoise waters of Andaman Bay, has around 35 ocean villas, each with a private pool and unobstructed views of the waters. They also have a pool pavilion, which has an ensuite outdoor pool. As a wellness resort, Amatara offers several luxury packages for guests who want to relax, detoxify, or participate in a spa or weight management program during their stay.

Paradise Koh Yao

Located in a perfect secluded spot within a tropical rainforest which opens up to the waters of Phang Nga bay, Paradise offers guests one of the best in Koh Yao Noi accommodation. The resort combines comfortable amenities while embracing a tropical, shabby chic aesthetic, which takes guests away from the hustle and bustle of modern living. For those who want peace and quiet, the resort has several villas with its own pool and jacuzzi and direct access to the beach. True to the aesthetic of the resort, these accommodations blend indoor and outdoor living with an expansive living area, outdoor bar, as well as a tropical bathroom and rainshower.

The wide variety of beach villas in Thailand allows guest to choose and customize their vacation experience. Here in this part of Asia, there is a multitude of secluded corners near crystal clear ocean waters that could help you shed the stress of modern living.

About the author: Wassana Lampech currently lives in Chiang Mai. She is a girl who loves traveling, originally from the Southern part of Thailand. You can find her on Twitter or see more Thailand photos from her Instagram.