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Take a virtual tour of Phuket through this travel guide

Branded as the ‘pearl of the Andaman’, Phuket Island is the Thailand’s unique essence of tailor-made fun in the sun. This place is Thailand’s biggest island, and perhaps the most renowned. Sapphire waters, golden beaches, excellent food, and diving fascinates tourists from all over the world. This island is the ultimate destination for relaxation and adventure, and with an exceptional climate, the island is considered as one of the most popular destinations in Thailand.

Understand the geography of Phuket

Phuket Island is Thailand’s largest island and is positioned in the Southern Thailand, on the west-facing Andaman Sea shoreline, suspended from the southern tip of Phang Nga Region by a pair of short but considerable road bridges

What to see in Phuket

  • 1Patong Beach
  • 2Phuket Town
  • 3Rawai Village
  • 4Four Branch Coconut Palm
  • 5Phuket Aquarium
  • 6Khao Phra Thaeo Game Reserve
  • 7Hat Nai Yang National Park
  • 8Wat Phra Thong at Thalang

What to do in Phuket

  • 1Three Beaches View
  • 2Island Boat Tour
  • 3Snorkeling in the clear water
  • 4Enjoy stage performance given by Thai actors in Phuket Fantasea
  • 5Enjoy incredible scenery of Phang Nga Bay
  • 6Earn scuba diving certification
  • 7Kayaking through limestone caves on the Lao Liang Islands
  • 8Exploring exquisite art galleries at Phuket Philatelic Museum
  • 9Searching for the perfect beach book at Bookazine Patong
  • 10Shopping for souvenirs at the Day Market

Shopping in Phuket

Phuket town is the ultimate shopping destination on this island and there are shops trading Thai handicrafts but definitely at much higher prices. You can typically find some attractive but cheap souvenirs in the form of shells or dolls and other items made from shell, if you’re very profound on purchasing something

Dining in Phuket

The hotels and beach resorts of Phuket offers the great variety of eateries and other food and beverage outlets. Their specialty lies in Thai as well as other Asian and Continental cuisines. Make sure to try out some of the seafood available, while in Phuket as it’s effortlessly the finest in Thailand. Along the beaches too, there are food stands and small bistros, which have equally great food at fairly decent rates.

Nightlife in Phuket

Phuket’s beach resorts are occupied with nightclubs, discotheques and contributes the beaches of the island rather an energetic nightlife. The by-lanes of Patong beach are also fringed with bars and nightclubs

Climate

Phuket is warm and humid throughout the year. The hot season generally ranges from March to early May. The summer monsoon season from May to October are bright and vibrant, but rain in the evenings is normal and then the water clearness goes down. November to February is the "calm" season as the weather is bearable. Surfing is likely off the western beaches.

When to Go to Phuket

The weather is typically mild all year round in Phuket but is warmest in April, May, September and October. Heavy showers in the latter two months can put an obstacle on outdoor plans, but it habitually never rains for successive days.

Getting around Phuket Province

Local Phuket transport is awful as the arrangements in this place force tourists either to halt on their picked beach, rent a car or motorbike or opt for high-priced taxis or túk-túk. Sŏrng·tăa·ou ride from Phuket Town to the beaches, but habitually you’ll have to go through Phuket Town to get from one beach to another which takes hours.

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