My Fair Lady


The Sarojin's Ficus restaurant

Surrounded by 10 acres of coconut palms, weeping figs and streams, the Sarojin,, could just as easily be a private tropical estate as a resort — and that's perfectly appropriate, given its namesake. A figure from Thai folklore, Lady Sarojin was the eldest daughter of a nobleman and renowned for the exemplary manner in which she ran her father's household. There's certainly a familial intimacy about the resort, which consists of just 56 suites, sequestered amid national parkland an hour's drive from Phuket Airport.

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