"Tubkaak literally means ‘home for visitors’, the beach is a hidden corner of the earth facing the stunning archipelago of 13 islands that rise dramatically from the calm Andaman Sea."
Backed by the mighty Hang Nak Mountain, the unseen stretch of gorgeous beach and fertile landscape has all the right ingredients for a relaxing hideaway Krabi resort. A secret to the beauty of Tubkaak is the large twin islands Koh Yao Yai and Koh Yao Noi in the distance that provide great shelter from the southwest monsoon winds thus creating a safe beach with calm waters all year round.
There are 42 rooms and suites plus a luxurious collection of 19 private pool villas at The Tubkaak, inspired by southern vernacular architecture creating a wonderful space to feel at home and breathe easy. Each villa has a distinctive curved roof and features coconut and teak wood detailing, finished with delicate local design touches for a warm relaxing ambiance. All accommodation is unique with different decorative details and colour schemes, making each visit a brand new experience. The impeccable details, quality furnishings and delightful outdoor bathtubs are just a few of the special features in each of the well-appointed rooms. The new villas also boast spacious outdoor pools for extra indulgence, perfect for honeymooners.
The Tubkaak features a range of superior facilities and services where guests can unwind in exotic surroundings. Allow your cares to float away while enjoying the pool and L’escape Spa, pick up a good read at the library or lounge in your private suite or villa watching a selection of DVDs in complete comfort. The friendly and efficient resort staff are always on hand to provide guest services from laundry to car rental and yoga classes.
- Free Wi-Fi
- Swimming pool
- L’Escape Spa
- Gift shop
- Day tours
- Laundry service
- Free DVD rental
- Car rental
- Sea kayak
- Mountain bikes
- Thai Cooking class
- Doctor on call
Dining is pure pleasure at The Tubkaak, with two elegant restaurants both located on the beachfront and offering sublime views of the distant islands on the horizon. Situated at opposite ends of the seafront, guests can opt for the most convenient setting for breakfast, choosing from the unique tantalising menus of The Arundina, serving classic Thai cuisine or Di Maré, presenting delicious Italian fare and fresh seafood.
Krabi lies only eight degrees above the equator, and so naturally maintains a tropical climate all year round. The year is split into two seasons - hot and dry, and 'cool' and wet. Generally, the wet season begins in May and lasts until October, but due to the unpredictable nature of the monsoon winds the seasons can shift slightly, so there is a slight chance of rain on the edge of the dry season. The temperature peaks in March and April, when a dry heatwave is almost guaranteed. The Krabi seas maintain a year round temperature of between 28°C and 30°C all year long.
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"Krabi's 160km of coastline provides some of the most spectacular scenery in Thailand."
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- Saturday - closed
- Sunday - closed
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