As Thailand progressively ramps up its travel reopening pace, Club Med Phuket is also seeking to make a comeback. After two years of closure due to Covid, the all-inclusive resort is ready to welcome guests to its newly-designed spaces and upgraded entertainment facilities on Phuket's Kata Beach.
Club Med Phuket’s new ‘Tropical Nomad Lifestyle’ programme combines the concept of nature and culture intermingling together and invites the young or the young-at-heart to take part in samplings of local fruits and dishes, pool parties, workshops, digital shows, and evening jungle raves.
At the resort's dining areas, the chefs are whipping up bigger varieties of traditional Thai dishes in larger air-conditioned buffet spaces, its Thai street food cart area and bars.
The resort also now features a newly redesigned main pool area with a sun deck facing the sea. Additionally, with its focus still on family vacations, the resort now has a family zone split into four different themes surrounding Play, Quest, Move, Celebrate and Care.
In March, Club Med launched its very first Bamboo Shark Nursery in its Phuket resort, a brand-new partnership with Oceans For All which aims to help breed endangered species and support the island’s marine biodiversity. The sharks will be raised till four- to six-months-old in the resort before they are released into the shallow waters of the Andaman Sea.
Club Med Phuket will further boast a new MICE centre with renovated meeting facilities and convenient access between its various event venues by August this year.