White sand beaches, virgin tropical rain forests, incredible caves and waterfalls and provincial town charm, make Trang Province one of Thailand's best kept secrets. Seldom visited by tourists, the region has remained largely unchanged for centuries and the character of the province is charmingly un-commercial, giving visitors an insight into the real Thailand.
Whilst the region is in the remote south west of Thailand, it is only just over an hour's flight from Bangkok with convenient flights to both Trang and Krabi. However, the seeming inaccessibility means that Trang still offers spectacular, unspoilt natural beauty.
Blending perfectly with the unspoilt and pristine environment, the Anantara Si Kao Resort & Spa is an elegant low rise property with 138 sea facing rooms offering every amenity and comfort
The resort has a choice of dining options serving both international and Thai cuisine. Guests can choose from the Vistas Restaurant, which has several theme nights every week, Thai and seafood specialities at Crabs and Co, plus Acqua Italian restaurant. The Sunset Bar features live music every night and The Beach House is a relaxed place to enjoy a sundowner. Room service operates daily from 06:00 hrs until 23:00 hrs for private dining in your room.
Guests who intend to do nothing more than "just relax" may well find themselves tempted to do just the opposite. Compact, beautiful and easily accessible, Trang province contains a huge selection of sightseeing and special interest pleasures which can be enjoyed by organised tours, rental car, boat, bike, or on foot. Aside the immense appeal of the many "Robinson Crusoe" islands, the area offers a wealth of attractions in its alluring mix of high mountains, interesting caves, glittering temples, local traditions, colourful festivals, sporting opportunities, marine, bird and animal life, plus much botanical and geological interest.