What is the best time to travel to Phuket?
The peak season in Phuket is from October to April every year. This is the dry season in Phuket, with less rain and less wind and waves, so it is suitable for all kinds of outdoor activities. However, as it is close to Christmas, there are more guests from Europe and America, and the consumption will be higher.
Every year, from May to October, it is the rainy season in Phuket. At this time, the number of guests decreases significantly, and hotels and restaurants will also reduce their prices significantly to attract guests. If the timing is right, you can have a lot of money left over from the dry season.
What are the beaches in Phuket?
Kamala Beach - Kamala Beach is the closest hotel to the beach. In addition, a lively night market is held here every Friday.
Patong Beach - Patong Beach is a famous beach in Phuket, known for the neon-lit nightlife of Bangura Street. It is also a popular shopping destination.
Surin Beach - Surin Beach is located next to the hotel and is one of Phuket's popular and popular beaches.
Bangtao Beach - Bangtao Beach is home to the Laguna Phuket Golf Club and the charming Ketchum Beach Club.
Kalim Beach - Home to many of Phuket's finest restaurants and the annual surfing competition.
Karon Beach - Karon Beach is located on the west coast between Patong Beach and Kata Beach and is the third longest in Phuket. The southern end of Karon Beach is a great snorkeling spot and there is even diving available.
Kata Beach - The beach is shaded by many tall palm trees. There are also many great restaurants around with great flavors, perfect for a family outing.
What are the Must-See Attractions in Phuket?
Phuket Old Town
Jui Tui Shrine
Gibbon Rehabilitation Project
Phuket Weekend Night Market
Phuket Elephant Sanctuary
Phuket Walking Street
Simon Cabaret Show
Any recommendations for day trips to Phuket?
1.Around Phuket (experience the local culture of Phuket)
Itinerary: Patong Beach - Phuket Big Buddha - Karon Beach - Karon Viewpoint - Kata Beach - Sunset at the Promthep Cape - Simon Siren Show - Patong Bar Street
2.Island hopping & diving tour (Koh Hae & Racha island tour)
Itinerary: Koh Hae boat tour - snorkeling on Racha Island - sea fishing - Banzan Seafood Market
3.Phang Nga Bay adventure (enjoy James Bond filming site)
Itinerary: Phang Nga Bay
Phang Nga Bay has ingenious stalactite caves and countless strange rocks and sea caves. The classic American movie "James Bond" was filmed here, so it also known as 007 Island.
Get on a kayak and go through the stalactite caves lying down, the caves are only a few centimeters away from your body, and from time to time there are bats flying out, thrilling!
4.Snorkeling Sanctuary Similan (feel the purity of nature)
Itinerary: Similan Island is a paradise in Thailand and the world as well, and is one of the top 10 most famous diving destinations in the world. Similan is only open from November to April every year, and the rest of the year is closed to prevent the natural environment from being destroyed.