25 – 27 October: Grand Opening Party of Oriental Beach Village

BEACH PARTY OF THE YEAR!

Long weekend - arriving Friday 25 October - leaving Sunday 27 October 2019

Oriental Beach Village on Ko Kho Khao is the latest of the resorts associated with Naturist Association Thailand. The location is unique as this is the first among the six naturist resorts, that are located on the beach with direct walking access from the centre of the resort to the wide beach of the island.

The weekend will have a two nights beach party, starting with the arrival night of Friday 25 October 2019 and then again the next evening, Saturday the 26 October 2019. Being close to Haloween, the parties will offer a mix of masquerade and dressing up in horror outfits. 

This is your chance to explore the already much talked about new star location of the Thai naturist scene.

How to join? You can buy the ticket to the Grand Opening here.

1 couple, 2 nights:
Accommodation for two nights: 5.000 THB
Five meals: 2.500 THB
Total 7.500 THB, excl. transportation from Phuket to resort at 1.000 each way.

1 single, 2 nights:
Accommodation for two nights: 4.000 THB
Five meals: 1.250 THB
Total 5.250 THB, excl. transportation from Phuket to resort at 500 each way.

If you are not able to leave from your work on Friday, there is an option for joining only the Saturday night Grand Opening party:

1 couple, 1 night:
Accommodation for one night: 2.500 THB
Three meals: 1.500 THB
Total 5.000 THB, excl. transportation from Phuket to resort at 1.000 each way.

1 single, 1 night:
Accommodation for one night: 2.000 THB
Three meals: 750 THB
Total 2.750 THB, excl. transportation from Phuket to resort at 500 each way.

Comments

    1. Gregers Moller Post author

      We hope to be able to group people together in minivans with departure time every three hours during Friday. If we manage it well, the cost can come down. That is why it is difficult to give an exact price until we know how many will need it and at what time.

  1. Apis & Farra

    1. How much is the boat cost to ferry across?
    2. If I plan to drive all the way from Kuala Lumpur, is there a safe place to park? How much the parking cost?

    Many thanks in advance

    1. Gregers Moller Post author

      Driving could be aa good idea. I would suggest leave the car in a safely guarded parking space and take the ferry without the car – it is less than 10 MYR.

  2. Apis & Farra

    Many thanks for the response, Gregers. I hope there are some secured parking place I could park. Been planning to drive there with some MyNA members, to show our support from across the border.