Being naked among other naked guests is a new exclusive resort trend in Thailand called “naturism”. This is what you will experience in Barefeet Heaven Hill Naturist Resort. In this elevated and very private resort, we expect you to undress when you arrive and be naked until you are ready to return to the outside world.
Barefeet Heaven Hill Naturist Resort is located on top of a small hill next to Had Yao Pier. The stunning view from the resort is panoramic 360 degrees. You have the blue Andaman Sea to one side wide its many islands dotted in the horizon and to the other side you have lush jungle and a river with mangrove forest growing into the water. The pier at the foot of Heaven Hill serve ferries to all the islands in the Andaman sea, like Libong, Koh Lipe, Koh Mook, Koh Kradan, Koh Lanta, Koh Phi Phi. You can even take the ferry all the way from Rassada pier on Phuket and arrive on the doorstep of Barefeet Heaven Hill Naturist Resort within 4 hours.
Barefeet Heaven Hill Naturist Resort features eight luxury rooms with free WiFi – either with two beds or one large bed. We also have one family room with two large beds. The resort has an open restaurant, free private parking, a shared lounge and a garden where we regularly fire up the barbecue. The outdoor swimming pool has an amazing view of the limestone rocks, which the Trang province is so famous for.
All guests at the resort enjoy our classic, social breakfast as we practice it at Barefeet Naturist Resort in Bangkok.
There are two Barefeet resorts in Thailand. The one in Bangkok is called Barefeet Naturist Resort Bangkok and this new one in Trang, Barefeet Heaven Hill Naturist Resort. They are both owned and managed by the Thai-Danish couple Disraporn Yatprom and Gregers Moller.
The couple went to visit Denmark in 2006 and while there, Gregers wanted “Dao” to experience naturism. He and his two sisters grew up in a naturist family in the sixties and he was practicing the lifestyle at home in Bangkok. She tried bravely to follow his example, but it was too cold to really enjoy it.
Back in Thailand, she said “Why don’t we set up a naturist group here in Thailand.” The idea was at first dismissed by Gregers: “It would never work!” But then she said “At least we can try. Why not?”
After extensive lawyer assistance, the couple eventually established Naturist Association Thailand as a company with a tourist license. The first resort associated with the association was Chan Resort in Pattaya. The next year Oriental Village in Chiang Mai followed.
Today, in December 2019, there are eight naturist resorts in Thailand accredited by Naturist Association Thailand with Barefeet Heaven Hill Naturist Resort as the youngest member.