Sea Sun Sand Resort is conveniently located in Patong Beach,
where you’ll find the most beautiful beach in Phuket.
We’re just a
few minutes walk to the beach, entertainment spots and shopping
centers. Our hotel set magnificently surrounded by beautiful
landscaping and tropical gardens, making a very peaceful and
Our 78 standard rooms are built in Thai style with a private terrace
balcony facing the swimming pool & gardens. All rooms are
comfortably furnished with air-conditioning, private bathroom with
hot and cold-water shower, telephone, satellite TV and a fully
Bai Bua Restaurant
Our full service restaurant, with room service upon request,
features Thai & International cuisine.
Our charcoal grill corner
serves many tasty items of seafood, meat and chicken.
The Sabai Dee Bar
These relaxing corners is great for watching sports games,
talking over the days events and enjoying your favorite liquid
Swimming Pool with children’s wadding pools.
Adjoining with a Jacuzzi, sauna room and pool bar, and surrounded by
Phuket, a large island in the Indian Ocean, is 867
kms. from Bangkok. It is the only island having provincial status, and was a
regional headquarters as well, with a rich and colorful history. Known as
the Pearl of the Andaman, it derived much of its former glory and its
enormous wealth from tin production, which in Phuket dates back over 500
year. Today, Phuket is the major tourist attraction of Thailand with hotels
of all price ranges. The surrounding waters contain much varied marine life,
and the town is notable for its Sino-Portuguese architecture. It is a very
attractive island for sightseeing, with lovely seashores and forested
hillsides. Its population of 1.6 million people ranks sixth among all
provinces. Approximately 1.75 million Rai of the area is forest land. The
main occupation here is rice farming. The average per capita income is
Geography About 70 percent of Phuket is
mountainous; a western range runs from north to south from which smaller
branches derive. The highest peak is Mai Tha Sip Song, or Twelve Canes, at
529 meters, which lies within the boundaries of Tambon Patong, Kathu
District. The remaining 30 percent of the island, mainly in the center and
south, is formed by low plains. Streams include the Khlong Bang Yai, Tha
Jin, Khlong Tha Rua, and Khlong Bang Rong, none of which is large.