The No-Quarantine Phuket Sandbox – How you can get to Phuket!

Edward Kennedy   |   June 29, 2021   |   Expert Travel Tips   |   0 Comments

Starting 1st July 2021, fully vaccinated tourists from around the world will be welcomed back to the golden shores of Phuket, without having to do any quarantine!

The island of Phuket will launch it’s “Phuket Sandbox” program, which means that if you have been vaccinated with 2 doses of Covid Vaccine (at least 14 days before travelling), you are entitled to visit, but must stay within Phuket for 14 days (unless your vacation is less than 14 days and you will travel back directly). After the completion of the 14 days in Phuket, you will then be able to travel to other parts of Thailand.

The Requirements are as follows:

  • Proof of vaccination (2 doses of Covid vaccine) at least 14 days before arrival in Phuket.
  • Health insurance to cover Covid with coverage of100,000 USD or more.
  • Confirmed flight ticket with direct flights to Phuket (transit in Bangkok not allowed)
  • Booking confirmation of 14 days stay at an SHA+ hotel (like Serenity) unless you will stay in Phuket less than 14 days total. 7 nights at 2 different hotels is also allowed as long as they are SHA+
  • COE (Certificate of Entry Form) – Please note that a ‘SHABA’ code will also need to be provided by your hotel to complete this form.

More details are also available in the image below, created by the Thai embassy in London, UK.

Phuket Sandbox regulations

Why not escape to paradise and enjoy a quarantine-free stay in Phuket at Serenity Resort & Residences?? We have some AMAZING once-in-a-lifetime deals currently available at our resort which can be booked via our website (www.serenityphuket.com) and look forward to welcoming you back to Phuket!

If you have any questions or concerns, you can also contact our reservations team at rsvn@serenityphuket.com

New Year, New You

Admin   |   January 24, 2020   |   News & Features   |   0 Comments

Ever heard the phrase ‘New Year, New You’ before? Chances are you have. But today we’re talking about it differently. We’re talking all about mindset and the power of the mind. Forget the diet you’re starting on Monday or the gym you’re about to join. We’re delving even deeper, we’re going into mindfulness.

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The Serenity Team Presents 2020 Donation to The Wat Sawang Arom School in Rawai

Admin   |   January 15, 2020   |   Events & Celebrations   |   0 Comments

On the occasion of Thai National Children’s day, members of the Serenity Resort & Residences Management Team, including our General Manager Urs, were once again happy to present this years donation from our resort and from our guests to The Wat Sawang Arom School in Rawai.

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Serenity & Phuket Hotel Association Member Hotels Reduce Plastic Bottle Usage by 4.4 million this year!

Edward Kennedy   |   August 8, 2019   |   News & Features   |   0 Comments
4.4 Million plastic bottles saved in 2019

The Phuket Hotel Association Member hotels, including Serenity Resort & Residences Phuket this year came together to reduce the usage of plastic bottles as part of a series of environmental initiatives to reduce plastic waste on the beautiful island of Phuket. In the first year, member hotels were able to save 4.4 million plastic bottles, with all members moving away from plastic water bottles and instead opting for glass bottles.

The saving of 4.4 million bottles per year equates to an astounding 12,054 bottles per day, a 51% reduction! It is important to us and to other member hotels of the Phuket Hotel Association to reduce our environmental impact and to keep Phuket, the beautiful place to visit that it is.

Moving forward, in the coming months and years, as part of the Phuket Hotel Association, our team, led by our General Manager, Urs, will continue to push for envorinmental intiatives and strive to reduce our plastic waste.

The Long-awaited Chalong Circle Underpass Road Finally Opens!

Edward Kennedy   |   June 6, 2019   |   News & Features   |   0 Comments
The Long-awaited Chalong Circle Underpass Road Finally Opens!

After 4 years of construction and traffic mayhem, the new underpass road at the 5-road Chalong circle intersection has finally opened on 1 June 2019!

This main traffic artery connects the Rawai and Nai Harn area with the rest of Phuket island and is essential for the movement of traffic to and from this part of the island.

The news come as a huge relief for the hotels, businesses and local residents operating and living in our area.

Our part of Phuket Island can now be reached easily once again and without a 20 plus minutes wait in the notorious traffic jam at the circle.

The modern underpass road/tunnel is about 500 meters long and connects Rawai with ChaoFah West Road leading up to Central Department store and Phuket International Airport.

The tunnel is very well lit and looks safe to drive through as you can discover in the video published together with this blog post.

We look forward to welcoming more tourists and local residents in Rawai and Nai Harn to experience this beautiful and authentic part of Phuket Island, where people come to relax and escape from the busy tourist centres located on the West Coast of Phuket Island.

Rawai and Nai Harn offer you some of the best beaches in Phuket and large choice of local Thai and seafood restaurants run by families since generations.

We are also home to some of the finest hotels and dining venues catering for those looking for a more refined environment and taste.

For more information and bookings please visit our websites at www.serenityphuket.comwww.friendshipbeach.com and www.atmanjai.com

See you in Rawai and Nai Harn!

Tourism in Phuket

Admin   |   April 20, 2019   |   Expert Travel Tips   |   0 Comments
Tourism in Phuket

Phuket is built on tourism, it’s an absolute tourist hub that lives and breathes tourism. However the tourist industry differs throughout the year in Phuket. During high season, from the months of November to April, Phuket is heaving with Russian tourists. There are tons of Russian expats all year round but especially Russian tourists during the high season months. This is primarily because this is the winter months in Russia and can reach -20 degrees…. No wonder why they all flea to some place warmer!

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Beach Cleanliness in Phuket

Admin   |   March 21, 2019   |   Expert Travel Tips   |   0 Comments

Beach Cleanliness in Phuket

Maintaining clean beaches is a hot topic in Phuket. Sadly for us it’s been a long struggle keeping our beautiful beaches clean and pristine. However there are things that we can all do to help prevent beach damage. Here are our 5 top tips on how we can do out bit to save our beaches and put an end to beach dumping grounds.

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