Going on a vacation is relaxing and fun but going on a lavish vacation is no less than a dream for some. You can go to beaches anywhere but sunbathing in the middle of the Andaman Sea and not on the coast seems magical. While Thailand has never suffered a shortage of unique experiences to indulge travelers with its beach clubs; this newly opened YONA Beach Club which is the world’s first floating beach club is a groundbreaking addition to Phuket’s entertainment scene.
Boasting the world’s first floating beach club, the city has the world’s eyes set on it. Get ready to embark and indulge in an unforgettable aquatic adventure on a journey where the boundaries between land and sea blur.
This revolutionary floating beach club is the first of its kind around the globe and is redefining the concept of beachside leisure. It brings a unique blend of relaxation, luxury, and excitement to the waters of the city of Phuket. Covering a sprawling 1,200-square-metre structure with a massive 22-meter infinity pool located at its center its stunning views of the Andaman Sea, YONA Beach Club in Phuket is envisioned to be your next beach paradise. It also promises an unparalleled experience that transcends traditional beachfront offerings.
The venue of the floating beach, Yona is thoughtfully divided into distinct sections: the Sunset Terrace, the beach club with its pool, and a rooftop area equipped with cabanas. Guests can easily access YONA Beach Club with the boat shuttle service directly from Royal Phuket Marina which takes them from the pier to the beach club. The entry price starts at THB 3,000 with THB1,500 food and beverage charges included. This unique floating oasis offers an array of amenities, including a bar, dining areas, a 20-meter-long infinity pool, and even an on-board kitchen.
People who want more privacy can book a small cabana spot for four people at THB13,500. The biggest seating on board is a cabana for eight people, priced at TBH 32,000 with TBH 20,000 food charges. All passes include insurance and boat transfers from Royal Phuket Marina.
Yona Beach Club is owned by a French businessman who has run a boat business in Phuket for about 10 years. He has jointly invested in the business with Thai partners.