Sattahip District villas in Pattaya, Thailand

Situated 23km from Pattaya City on the southern tip of the Chonburi Province, the coastal and mountainous district of Sattahip is home to the large Sattahip Naval Base and Juksamet Port, which is one of the few deepwater ports in Thailand. This is also the site of U-Tapao Pattaya International Airport, a joint civil-military public airport serving Rayong and Pattaya. Villages in the district include the fishing village of Bangsaray, with its deep bay, fish market and pretty white sand beach offering safe swimming, clothing stalls and simple beachside restaurants. From the Ocean Marina Yacht Club, boats can be chartered for excursions and fishing trips to the nearby islands, which are all under the jurisdiction of the Thai Royal Navy. Activities include scuba diving, sailing and other watersports. Among the many golf courses in the province is the 27-hole Royal Navy Golf Course blessed with beautiful views from its hillside setting, and featuring some very challenging holes with lots of elevation, water hazards and mature forest backdrops. Another attraction in the Sattahip District is the Nongnooch, a tropical and cultural garden complete with in-house zoo, two restaurants and a small shopping mall. Here, traditional Thai dance performances and elephant shows are presented daily, while the gardens showcase a wide variety of plants including some rare and exotic palms, cyclades, bonsai trees, cacti and orchids.


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The Tamarind

The Tamarind

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As soon as we were whisked away from Bangkok airport by the villa driver on our two-hour journey to The Tamarind, we knew we were in good hands. Turning into the flamboyant tree-lined driveway of the Buraran Estate we totally got into the privacy vibe of the place and relished the fact that this enormous empty estate was virtually all ours.

Dining was an absolute treat and we looked forward to each meal like lions at the only watering hole for miles. The staff, being Thai, certainly know how to cook this (in our opinion) most tantalising cuisine the world has ever seen. That said, they still throw together a mean pasta, and an even better English breakfast, and will serve it up anywhere you like. We breakfasted by the pool, lunched by the lake and ate nibbles and sipped champagne on the rooftop Sunset lounge.

Each bedroom is a themed adventure to another country, and together they have been designed to cater to all combinations and permutations of guests. We slept in the Africa room, surrounded by leopard prints and animal skins which made us feel like we were on safari. We were lucky enough to spend four days here and were never at a loss for things to do. We swam in the pool, went for walks around the estate, played tennis, billiards and petanque and spent many hours reading, watching the huge TV, eating or just being horizontal in the myriad places provided for just such a position.

The villa driver is on call for 10 hours a day (at a very reasonable charge) so do take advantage of the service to get out and see the local area. We had a great time sightseeing, including an outing to observe some of the infamous ‘netherworld’ tourism that Thailand is famous for.

Note: Guests at The Tamarind can also use the facilities of the adjacent Buraran Clubhouse (unless already occupied) with its two tennis courts, 16 x 9.5m swimming pool, additional 9m kids’ pool, and seminar room with drop-down screen projector and WiFi. There are six bedrooms here, which can be rented by the room to accommodate any overflow of guests at The Tamarind, up to a total of 12.

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