Dusit Princess Phatthalung soft opens making it the 15th Dusit Hotels & Resorts branded property in Thailand, and its first in the far south of the country. Phatthalung is an up-and-coming southern destination known for its rich cultural heritage and natural wonders. Trang Airport is just a one-hour drive away while Hat Yai International Airport is just a forty-minute drive away.
The new four-star property features 132 guestrooms and suites spanning up to 79sqm, a large sculptured swimming pool with adjoining children’s pool and open spaces for Yoga and Muay Thai classes, nature-inspired activities and regular events showcasing the handiwork of local artisans. The state-of-the-art ballroom accommodates up to 300 guests.
Culinary delights await guests at the Chi Chiao restaurant, where innovative interpretations of Thai-Chinese street food classics unfold. Delicacies such as pan-fried rice noodles with crispy sea bass in savoury gravy, the timeless honey-marinated char siu pork, Hainanese chicken rice, and clay pot pork ribs bak kut teh grace the menu.
For a casual dining experience, Dusit’s signature Dusit Gourmet beckons, offering premium teas, artisanal coffee, invigorating juices, and wholesome smoothies. as well as international favourites The cosy setting overlooks the resort’s picturesque pond, providing the perfect backdrop to savour an array of freshly baked treats and international favourites.
Phatthalung is recognized as the origin of Nang Talung shadow-puppet plays and Nora, an energetic and acrobatic style of dance theatre. This tranquil city boasts a wealth of ancient monuments and temples. Khao Ok Talu, a distinctive limestone rock formation, stands out as a unique natural landmark, with its summit providing stunning panoramic vistas.
Explore the renowned Tai Nod Greem Weekend Market, where delightful bamboo stalls showcase an array of local treats, ranging from savoury curries and soups to fresh fruits and traditional desserts. Every night, the Train Station Night Market offers a daily spectacle with 200 stalls presenting clothing, traditional crafts, and regional delicacies. Thailand’s longest bridge, the Chalerm Phra Kiat Bridge, stretches across the Wang Tanot River, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding wetlands. Just a 40-minute drive away, you’ll find other attractions such as the Thale Noi Bird Sanctuary, the largest of its kind in Thailand, and the Khao Pu-Khao Ya National Park