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Sensi Paradise Beach Resort

Sensi Paradise Beach Resort

Sensi Paradise Beach Resort

Sensi Paradise Beach Resort is situated at the quiet end of Koh Tao’s longest beach. This lovely resort is an unobtrusive masterpiece that is perfectly blended within the natural and rugged rocky beauty of Ko Tao.

This peaceful resort has a range of traditional Thai style bungalows, houses and villas. Each bungalow has its own unique design and some have private access to the sea. Most rooms have verandahs or private decks so you can enjoy panoramic views of the stunning turquoise waters of the Gulf of Thailand.

All of Sensi Paradise is hand crafted from selected local wood and stone and each building has been designed to complement the natural paradise to which the resort is set. You will literally think you are living in the landscape.

Sensi Paradise also has their own private beach that has access to some very nice snorkeling for those friends or partners that do not wish to dive.

The staff of Sensi Paradise Beach Resort exude the politeness and customer service you expect in a quality resort in the land of smiles.

Whilst on the resort you feel a million miles away from civilisation however you are just a short stroll to the pier area of Mae Haad and just a kilometre or so from the popular area of Sairee Beach.

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