Whether son Pax, 12, seriously injured his leg in a jet-ski crash on the Thai holiday island remained a topic for Page Six, the online site where ''our spies'' revealed the family's destination.
The stars and their six children - Pax, Maddox, Zahara, Shiloh, Knox and Vivienne - are said to be staying in a ''two-floor, mammoth spread'' that comes with a staff of eight servants, private gym and a pool surrounded by ''minipagodas.''
The research by Page Six goes a little awry when the online gossip site - ''your source for celebrity news, gossip, entertainment, pop culture, photos, video and more'' - quotes a Us Weekly report that the Jolie-Pitts have been spotted swimming in the sea off a luxury yacht.
They have also been playing minigolf, shopping at a mall and visiting ''a local Hindu temple where their mom prayed.''
Could it possibly be that in Hollywood, few reporters can tell the difference between a Buddhist temple and a Hindu temple?
Forgive us for being sceptical about online gossip sites.
According to Page Six, Insiders said the Amanpuri superluxury resort has even found a novel way to protect the visiting Hollywood family from snooping photographers.
''The paparazzi float up on boats to try and get photos, and so the hotel sends out another boat to chase them away . . . or they just pay them to go away,'' said a source.
The source added: ''They come back two days later.''
The family has been traveling around while Jolie takes a break from her latest directorial project in Cambodia, 'First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers.'
The Netflix movie is based on a book by human rights activist Loung Ung about surviving the mass-murdering Khmer Rouge regime.
Jolie has proved her ability as an actor and is now attempting to prove she has similar talent as a director. Her early attempts, though, have failed to impress audiences or critics.
Beyonce and Jay Z, who were last year's most exalted celebrity holiday visitors to Phuket, have opted for Jamaica this year, according to Page Six.