Peace Blue Naturist Resort is a Phuket Sandbox resort

Peace Blue Naturist Resort is the first naturist resort in Thailand to be SHA+ certified. It means that naturists coming to Thailand can now enjoy life naked from the very first day of their arrival!

Coming to Phuket, for domestic as well as international travelers, the first 14 days must be spent in a SHA+ certified hotel. That used to be an obstacle for naturists. It meant they would have to stay in a traditional textile hotel for the first two weeks. Not anymore!

Peace Blue Naturist Resort already got the basic SHA certificate in mid-June 2020. Now they have the special SHA+ certificate.

Anybody who, for whatever reason, has to go to Thailand have until 1 October two options.  You can quarantine in a Bangkok hotel where you have to stay inside you room for 14 days and not see anybody except on your laptop. Or you can go to Phuket where you can move around freely, leave the hotel after breakfast and come back for the night as you please. Difficult choice?

Patty and Golf are gearing up their marketing of Peace Blue now that they have the SHA+ certificate. On Facebook, they write:

"The SHA Plus certification which indicates that a business not only has in place the required safety and hygiene standards to control COVID-19, but that at least 70 percent of its employees have been fully vaccinated..

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  1. Excellent News, I have had to endure quarantine stuck inside a Bangkok hotel room 3 times over the past year. Although I don’t live in Phuket this could provide a Great Alternative with a little extra travel arrangement.

  2. It will not be something I will consider as it is right now, but a lot can change ….. I will stay here until April 2022, with a return trip October 2022. It will be without participating in their experiment, for that I have my life too dear.

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