Honey­moon­ers’ Haven

A trip to Banyan Tree Phuket had Kath­lyn D’Souza in awe of its beauty, air of lux­ury, and de­sired pri­vacy, which makes it the per­fect place to be for new­ly­weds and cou­ples

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There is one cru­cial rule that must be fol­lowed at the Banyan Tree Phuket, and it was ar­tic­u­lated clearly upon en­ter­ing the premise. (Although, this is one rule that many would be more than happy to follow.) The rule in ques­tion is: one must be lazy. This def­i­nitely fits well with new­ly­weds, be­cause the last thing one would want to do af­ter the chaos that is the wed­ding, is hav­ing to stick to rigid sched­ules and ap­point­ments with no rest. But walk­ing into Banyan Tree al­lows for one to fall in love—with the place, each other and of course each other’s com­pany. Take long walks around the prop­erty, if you want, but bi­cy­cles here are com­pli­men­tary, should you want to move around faster. Now, as much as this writer feels the need to wax lyri­cal about the es­tab­lish­ment, which would un­doubt­edly turn into an es­say, it would be far bet­ter to ex­pound on cer­tain things that can and must be done upon your visit to Banyan Tree Phuket. Af­ter all, words alone can­not do the place jus­tice, and as a writer, that is say­ing a lot. So, when one can­not write, one shows...

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