Set amidst the jungle and lush tropical gardens of Koh Jum, Krabi, Thailand, Koh Jum Beach Villas is a hidden gem where nature, relaxation and luxury combine. Our boutique resort offers twenty one individually designed villas, several with private pools, to relax and unwind, with great sunset views into the Phi Phi National Marine Park.
Our bespoke villas, ranging from one bedroom up to five, are inspired by local culture, featuring elegant art and antiques within each of the spacious rooms and gardens – a sanctuary where guests can indulge in serenity, privacy and personalised Asian hospitality while surrounded by nature.
Koh Jum is centrally located in Krabi while just only one hour away from Krabi International Airport, so ideal for exploring Krabi’s amazing natural beauty, nearby islands or exploring one of Thailand’s last great places – Koh Jum itself. You could also just lie by your private pool and read a book (or write one) – the choice is yours!
Our workforce of about 60 people is over 90% local from the island.
We donate to the local schools and community events.
We sponsor football and other sports teams.
We provide zero interest loans for employees.
We provide zero interest loans for locals to start businesses.
We host and sponsor Lanta Animal Welfare. They come for a three to four day dog and cat sterilization program twice per year.
We have our own plant nursery where we plant seeds or take cuttings to continue to enhance our gardens and to regenerate the coastal beach forest.
Our beachfront is protected with large natural stones to prevent beach erosion and to absorb the energy from waves and not deflecting the energy to neighbouring properties.
We have less than 15% of the land developed with buildings.
Our organic garden and fruit trees planted throughout the property provide the restaurant with fresh fruits and vegetables.
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