Lemon Tree Resort Naiharn Beach Phuket

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Lemon Tree Resort Naiharn Beach Phuket is the first naturist friendly resort in Phuket. The resort is located just within a few minutes’ drive from Rawai Beach, Naiharn Beach, and less than an hour from Phuket International Airport. The location is within close proximity to shops, convenience stores, shopping places and several well-known restaurants.

The newly completed resort comprises nine fully furnished and well equipped bungalows centered around a communal, children friendly swimming pool. Next to the bungalows you will find the Baan Phu Thai Pool Villa, an elegant Thai style private villa with a large private pool, kitchen and home theater living room. Both room types provide all you will need for either a wonderful holiday or long term island stay with a 24-hour 7-day a week reception service. For rates and reservation, click here!

20160522_105017Phuket is one of Thailand's most famous tourist destinations where guests can relax and spend their time 365 days in a year as we have great weather in Phuket with beautiful Sea Sand & Sun. Apart from that we also have many activities all naturist can join and experiences during they are here such as sunbathing at the private beach or resort, chit chat with friends in the restaurant while enjoying a BBQ movie night, or go on a Phuket City Tour or Andaman Island tours. Nearby the resort guests can enjoy many activities such as elephant trekking, skyline adventure, Thai boxing, ATV and watch the beautiful sunset at Promtep cape, one of the landmarks of Phuket.

The food that guests must try when staying af Lemon Tree Resort is fresh seafood at Rawai market. You can choose and decide your menu by buying fresh seafood at the market and then ask the chef to cook it for you at the opposite restaurant. All guests say Yummy! you have to try it when you are here, especially seafood lovers.

20160522_154303Lemon Tree Resort aims to be the preferred place for naturists visiting Phuket. We believe in the recreational benefits of being in touch with nature without clothes and enjoy seeing our guests feeling good and relaxed among other naturists. The cozy setting of the bungalows around the pool encourages chit chatting and building relationship among guests during their stay. Lemon Tree Resort accepts everyone, as a “clothing optional” resort. We are not naturist mandatory resort, but a Naturist Friendly Resort.

As an active member of Naturist Association of Thailand since May 2016, we follow strictly to the non-sexual concept of naturism as explained in the guidelines that all guest receive upon check-in.

Now open for bookings. All naturists are welcome to stay here and explore a memorable naturism experience at Lemon Tree Resort Naiharn Beach Phuket!. See map here.

Photo gallery from Lemon Tree Resort Naiharn Beach Phuket:

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Photo gallery from Phu Thai Pool Villa:

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Map of the location:

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    Harpreet

    Looks like an awesome resort but personally i think that it is very costly. I have been to Chan Resort, Oriental Village, and in October i will be visiting Bare Feet and they all are in affordable range. Maybe, its Phuket that is why everything is costly in that city.

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      Gregers Moller Post author

      I don’t think you can say it is expensive. You really get more for your money than the other places you mention. If you only need a basic car then a BMW can also be called too expensive, if you get what I mean.

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    Gregers Moller Post author

    Wow, a dear naturist friend of mine for years wrote this to me:

    “Hi Gregers,

    long time not to see you.
    Unfortunately in the last two years, I visited Thailand only two very short times, so I couldn’t be able to stop at your resort in Bangkok.

    Two weeks ago I had the opportunity to take few days holiday after one of my business trip in Asia.
    This year is 50th for me, so I gave a present to myself by arranging these few days in Phuket for the first time.

    For this reason after I have seen your information, I chose to stop at LemonTree Naturist resort, and I am here just to give you a feedback.
    I am sure that it is important for you and Thailand Naturist Organisation to receive some information and feedback of the people that visit Naturist resort so you can better suggest this structure with more confidence.

    I would like to confirm you that the resort is well organized, it has a very nice design and it is located in a nice place, quite and very closed to convenient stores or restourant, but more important very closed to the beautiful beaches in the South of Phuket .

    The people, from Patty, Golf and all the staff are very friendly, available for any kind of need and it has been a real plasure to meet them.
    Furthemore, they are good cooks and this is also important for a good atmosphere.

    I spent just three days there, but since my arrival they built a good and positive feeling which bring me to totally relax.

    At that time there were some couple from Holland, Denmark, Russia and Hong Kong (this for the second times) and an Italian which station there already for three weeks.

    It is a simple feedback, but I am sure you like to receive such things, very important for you and your association reputation.

    Hopefully to meet you soon, I give my best regards to you and Dao.

    Bye”