27 December 2019 – Destination Mai Khao Beach announced that they will be hosting Phuket’s Biggest Australia Day party on Australia Day which falls on Sunday January 26, 2020.
The event will be held to celebrate Australia Day at M Beach Club, featuring a truly Aussie menu prepared by the international chefs of the Mai Khao Resorts, including imported meats, seafood, kangaroo pies and many of your favorites from the shores of Straya.
Just THB999 ++ per person for all you can eat food with various stations and buffets. Beverage packages with all the bells and whistles will be available for four hours at THB1499++ per person.
Yep…bubbles, beers, wines and more. Struth mate, what a party this will be! Bring your Sheila, bring the little grommets, slip on a hat and slap on some sunscreen. That’s what a great Straya Day is all about.
By the way, there will be a bloody great Aussie band, DJ and loads of games including beach cricket, throw the thong in the dunny and pavlova eating contests…of course loads of prizes, will mean that this is going to be great mate!
Getting there is easy. For THB100 per person one way, shuttles will depart from Boat Avenue and Boat Lagoon at 1130 and 1330, returning at 1630 and 1830. Now that’s a fairdinkum bargain for you and your better half, and for the little ones who can’t wait to run a muck!
For reservations or more information, please contact M beach Club at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +6676336111.
M Beach Club
About Destination Mai Khao Beach:
Destination Mai Khao beach is a partnership with the Sala Phuket Mai Khao Beach Resort, Renaissance Phuket Resort & Spa, JW Marriott Phuket Resort & Spa, M Beach Club and Anantara Mai Khao Phuket Villa’s and together market Mai Khao Beach as a true destination for vacations, meetings, incentives, conventions, events and weddings. Mai Khao Beach is an upscale resort environment along one the longest, most beautiful beaches in Asia, and only 15 minutes from Phuket International Airport. The resorts and beach club are in a national park. They support the eradication of single use plastics and provide care for both the community and environment.