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Pawapi Resort, Koh Mook Your Tropical holiday secret!

Facilities & Services

Our dining

Beachside / swimming pool bar
 feel the sand between your toes while sipping on a cocktail or enjoying a cold, local beer. No shoes required at our favourite drinking spot.

main restaurant
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Picnic baskets
If you’re heading out on a day trip, visiting another island or just looking for a quiet spot to reflect on life, our chef can prepare a packed lunch. Let our staff know when you will be leaving and we will make sure we have a delicious basket organised for you.

Our adventures

Snorkelling tours
The crystal-clear, emerald waters of the Andaman Sea surrounding our island are perfect for snorkelling. We can arrange a private long tail boat to take you to Koh Kradan which boasts a majestic shallow coral reef,  a haven for hundreds of species of tropical fish.
Part of Haad Chao Mai Marine National Park, Koh Kradan is considered one of Thailand’s most pristine snorkel-ling locations. We will prepare a picnic lunch for you which can be enjoyed on one of the island’s stunning white sand beaches.
This 4-hour trip will be one of the highlights of your stay at Pawapi Resort.

Bicycles
You may never want to leave Pawapi Resort, but if you would like to explore other parts of the island or just take a quick ride into the village, we provide you with bicycles to use at your leisure.
At a little over 5km2 the island is the perfect size for getting around.

Cooking class
Our in-house chef  will take you on an intimate culinary journey exploring the essence of traditional Thai cooking in this three-hour class which can be tailored to suit your dietary requirements.
The classes are hands-on and begin with a trip to the local fishing village to select the freshest seafood ingredients followed by a pit-stop in our garden to select herbs. Learn how to master three signature dishes and then feast on your creation.

Kayaking to the Emerald Cave
The Emerald Cave, or Morakot Cave, was originally used by pirates as a hideout to store their booty. You can only reach the Emerald Cave during low tide, by kayak or swimming through a 50-metre long tunnel – in the dark – so we think kayaking is the best option.

Our experienced guide will take you through this beautiful part of Had Chao Mai Marine National Park. Once inside the cave you can relax at the tiny beach, take a swim and explore the jungle setting.

The trip fee includes all equipment, National Park entrance fees and your guide.