Move over, Phuket and Koh Samui. If it’s a quieter, more tranquil scene you’re after, Krabi is the tropical escape in Thailand you need to head to.

The serene Pimalai Resort & Spa Hotel spans over 40 hectares of lush tropical forest, complete with direct access to 900 meters of pristine sandy beach. It is located in Ko Lanta, a sleepy island district in Krabi Province, renowned for its stunning coral-fringed beaches and rainforests. 

Pimalai Resort & Spa
(Image credit: Pimalai Resort & Spa)

Lifestyle Asia is teaming up with Pimalai Resort & Spa Hotel, Ko Lanta’s first five-star hotel, to bring guests an exclusive flexible package, valid for new bookings made from now to 31 October 2020. Guests can change their stay period as many times as they like, subject to availability. 

You’ll be spoiled for choice when it comes to food at Pimalai. Apart from dining at any of their four F&B establishments, this package includes a daily, all-you-can-eat, a la carte breakfast, an Exotic Thai Set Dinner for two and a Surf and Turf BBQ Set Dinner for two.

Guests who choose the three nights package are also entitled to an hour of aromatic massage per adult. 

Other inclusions cover a Krabi Airport roundtrip transfer and complimentary usage of non-motorised water sports, access to the gym and sports centre and access to weekly spa classes.


9 Jul – 31 Oct 20201 Nov – 20 Dec 2020
1 Mar – 30 Apr 2021
Deluxe Room (2 Nights)THB 12,700 (approx. RM1,700)THB 19,426 (approx. RM2,600)
Deluxe Room (3 Nights)THB 18,090 (approx. RM2,500)THB 23,386 (approx. RM3,200)
Bayfront Deluxe (2 Nights)THB 16,011 (approx. RM2,200)THB 25,218 (approx. RM3,400)
Bayfront Deluxe (3 Nights)THB 19,971 (approx. RM2,700)THB 29,178 (approx. RM4,000)

This package price is based on two persons per bedroom.

Private Dinner On The Beach (Image credit: Pimalai Resort & Spa)

Ready to pack your bags? Make your bookings through the link here.

For matters post-purchase confirmation, contact Pimalai Resort & Spa at and

Refunds will not be available after payment confirmation. Lifestyle Asia is not responsible for the outcome of the experience with the company or the individual.

Jocelyn Tan
Jocelyn Tan is a travel and design writer. She's probably indulging in serial killer podcasts or reading one too many books on East Asian history. When she actually gets to travel, you can find her attempting to stuff her entire wardrobe into her luggage. Yes, she's a chronic over-packer.