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Introducing Casa de la Flora, a stunning new resort in Khao Lak (and home to something called a Dream Maker), taking reservations now.
If you took a bunch of Sinatra-worthy LA bungalows and dropped them on the coast of the Andaman Sea, it would look something like this.
So let’s say you’ve been mulling over palm oil futures, and feel like you need to do it a bit closer to the source. You’ll arrive in Khao Lak by chartered limo from Phuket and find 36 villas, each one resembling a glass-fronted cinder block jutting toward the beach. Some have a balcony hot tub, most have an outdoor waterfall shower, and all have floor-to-ceiling views of the ocean. (Warning: this might make it difficult to leave your bed. We think you’ll manage.)
When you venture out, you’ll head to the resort’s central pool, indulge in a Mekhong-based beverage or three and brainstorm what you’re going to request of the hotel’s so-called Dream Maker. Yes, this is an actual person.
Your options include a seaplane-based scuba diving trip to the Similan Islands. But we know you can think bigger.
After all, you are in Thailand.