Phuket known as the Pearl of the Andaman, Phuket derived much of its former glory and its enormous wealth from tin production, which dates back over 500 years.
Shaped like an irregular pearl and is approximately 21km wide and 48km long.
The landscape is one of lush green hills, coconut groves, rubber plantations and a coastline dotted with a dozen spectacular beaches.
Unspoilt stretches of fine white sand are found along the island's entire west coast. Each sun-drenched beach has a character and charm of its own and is separated from its neighbours by picturesque headlands and backdrops of wooded hills. Lapping the shore are the sparkling warm blue waters of the Andaman Sea .
Phuket has long been the destination of people looking for rest and relaxation. Sea, sand and sun are in abundance, complementing great seafood, unspoiled national parks and a unique culture. For those that pursue an active lifestyle and enjoy the challenges of golfing, Phuket offer perhaps the ultimate high with 5 international golf courses.
Yet this paradise lifestyle is not a dream. It is the reality enjoyed by those who have chosen us to make their home on the tropical island of Phuket.
Phuket features an international airport, five beautiful golf courses and unspoilt white sandy beaches. Additionally, all the necessary facilities such as banking, 24 hour International Hospitals, stores and a couple of authentic European owned Pubs are nearby. If you have children and wish to reside in Phuket all year around then the beautifully designed International School, British International College with its excellent facilities and well qualified, predominantly British teaching staff will provide the best education for your children.