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The main language in Thailand is Thai. The key staff for the villa speaks fluent English.
Yes. Should you be travelling with a group of more than 20 people we can accommodate them. We can bring in tents and equipment for events/meals for up to 60 people. In addition, there are other nice spots close by where we can have additional guests stay at various price points. Please contact us for further information.
We provide guests bottled water at no charge. While our villa does have filtration systems so it is no problem for guests to brush their teeth with the running water we recommend not drinking the tap water. Outside the villa guests should drink bottled water.
Krabi and Phuket are the local airports you would need to fly into to get to the villa. There are non-stop flights to Phuket from: Bangkok, Singapore, Hong Kong, Doha, Dubai, Seoul, Kuala Lumpur, and multiple cities in China. There are flights to Krabi from Bangkok, Singapore and perhaps Hong Kong (you would need to check).
For most standard tourists the usual recommended vaccinations for Thailand cover against the childhood diseases (Tetanus and Diphtheria, Measles, Mumps and Rubella) as well as cover against the food borne diseases of Typhoid and Hepatitis A. Please check with your doctor for the recommended inoculations.
 Thai Baht (THB) Most currencies are easy to change in Thailand, no problem with US dollars, Euros, Pounds, etc.
Visitors from Australia, Britain, Canada, Other EU and USA require passports and visas to enter Sri Lanka. To enter Sri Lanka, passports should have one blank page and be valid for no less than six months from the date of arrival. Travellers coming from or have recently travelled through yellow fever-infected areas may be required to show a yellow fever vaccination certificate before being allowed to enter Thailand. Visas for Thailand are not required by all nationals referred to above for touristic stays of up to 30 days if entering via an international airport. If entering by land, you will usually be granted a stay of 15 days (apart from nationals of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, the UK and the USA, who will be granted a 30-day stay).

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