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Phuket’s coastline, the biggest in Thailand, contorts and twists into various shapes and sizes, giving each stretch of sand its own rhythm and offering undeniable, soul-soothing beauty.

Phuket’s rocky eastern shore is draped in thick mangroves and kissed by AoPhang-Nga. With its luscious limestone islands guarding hidden lagoons fed by sea caves, and a network of underwater coral gardens with fluorescent schools of fish converge, Phuket is a large tourist magnet. But it’s the 17 west-coast beaches that lure 5.3 million tourists here annually willing to explore the glassy Andaman Sea.

The cultural heart is in Old Phuket, the stomping ground of the Baba people and a Sino-Portuguese treasure trove of mansions and shop houses, creaky teak shrines and local markets that unfurl alongside funky art galleries, hip restaurants, cafes and chic fashion boutiques. Elsewhere you can make offerings in Phuket’s Buddhist temples and watch a white- robed flock stream into mosaic-domed mosques at sunset.

There’s a lot to love about Phuket’s appetite. With Thai curries and salads, a stunning selection of fresh seafood, upscale fusion kitchens and local roti and chicken stands, you have some eating to do. When the sun drops Phuket’s wild side emerges. Think seedy go-go bars, stylish lounges, live rock and roll and slick nightclubs hosting international DJs.

And if you stay up all night, you may find your way back to that quiet beach. Where you can watch the sunrise until it’s high enough to dance once more.

  1. PhangNga Bay- Dramatic limestone formations jut from this bay, creating a picturesque backdrop for cruises, kayaking excursions, or island-hopping tours. Sights range from movie sets to villages on stilts. Eco-friendly kayaking tours explore sublime lagoons that retain the signs of an earthly Eden, while numerous deserted beaches, tiny island hideaways, and underdeveloped tropical lands wait to be discovered in PhangNga Bay. Meanwhile, Ko Phi Phi enjoys a status worldwide for its natural beauty and for its reputation as a vibrant island party destination.
  2. Similan Islands National Park - Impossibly soft white-sand beaches and emerald-coloured waters set the breathtaking backdrop for this island paradise. Renowned as one of the world’s top scuba diving destinations, the underwater world here is stunningly beautiful, populated with magnificent corals, colourful fish and dramatic rock formations. The nine Similan islands also offer remarkable snorkeling and make for great day trips. Make sure you plan your trip to the Similans with a tour operator based on the mainland – scuba diving equipment is not available on the islands.
  3. WatChalong - Although historical records are unclear, WatChalong was probably first constructed during the reign of King Rama II (1809-23). The temple moved locations at one point, and the original structure no longer remains. Today, this complex features sacred imagery, including sculptures and mural paintings that depict Buddha’s life. The holiest object is a bone fragment of the Lord Buddha, now housed inside the Grand Pagoda. The temple is known as WatChaitararam by royal decree, but everybody refers to it as WatChalong.
  4. Patong - If you are dreaming of a sleepy tropical hideaway, you might want to look elsewhere – Patong is full of action. The most popular tourist area is Phuket, it features a great range of hotels, restaurants and nightlife options. Many of the area’s high-end resorts are sheltered enclaves with lush gardens and private swimming pools. The seemingly endless shopping options, coupled with wild entertainment venues, legendary nightlife, and a host of daytime activities make Patong a favourite destination for people who crave activity on their beach holidays.
  5. KhaoPhraThaeo National Park - Spread across 23 sq km of virgin rain forests, this national park in northeast Phuket provides one of the last remaining natural habitats for exotic and endangered animal species on the island. This pristine forest offers a quiet place where visitors can immerse themselves in the jungles that once covered much of the island. KhaoPhraThaeo offers picturesque waterfalls, raw hiking trails, and a rehabilitation center where gibbons receive care and treatment. The park is also home to rare plants, flowers and trees.
  6. Phuket Town - The historical and administrative center of Phuket traces its roots back centuries – first, to the early European traders and later to the Chinese immigrants who arrived here during the local tin mining boom of the 19th century. Today, Phuket Town continues to thrive as one of the island’s most authentic cultural areas, punctuated by magnificent architectural treasures, Chinese shrines, colourful open-air markets, and restaurants that serve some of Phuket’s most delicious local cuisines.
  7. Sirinat National Park - A rugged and pristine beachfront, lined by pine trees, runs along Phuket’s northwest coast and marks three largely undeveloped beaches: Mai Khao, Nai Yang, and Nai Thon. Founded in 1981, Sirinat National Park covers an area of 90 sq km, of which more than three quarters is marine territory. The clean blue waters feature large, healthy coral reefs, and Mai Khao beach, in particular, has become a well-known sea turtle nesting site. At the northern end of Sirinat is a small, but unspoiled, mangrove forest.
  8. Naiharn Beach - Framing an idyllic bay on the island’s southwestern tip, Naiharn Beach remains one of Phuket’s most pristine waterfronts. The kiliometre long white-sand beach is flanked by green hills and lapped by turquoise waters. While nearby Naiharn Village has been modernized with cafes, art shops and guesthouses, the beach and surrounding hills maintain a tranquil, non-commercial vibe, with hotels congregated along only one end. During the high season, a number of private yachts drop anchor in the bay, making Naiharn their temporary home.
  9. Kata Beach-Located just south of Karon, the scenic Kata Beach, comprising two bays separated by a small rocky headland, offers an ideal balance of tropical scenery and well-developed tourism infrastructure. Kata has a number of high-end resorts, making it a popular destination for couples and families. Palm trees fringe the white-sand beach, and the turquoise waters offer good swimming conditions throughout the year. One can even swim to nearby KoPu, a small island, passing lovely coral reefs along the way.
  10. KhaoSok National Park - With a land mass encompassing more than 700 sq km, this national park, located about 175 km north of Phuket, represents southern Thailand’s largest virgin forest. Older and more diverse than even the Amazon rain forest, KhaoSok is home to numerous exotic animal and plant species, and has breathtaking natural scenery. Nature lovers will find inspiration in the park’s majestic limestone cliffs, rough jungle trails, and placid waterways.
  11. Old Phukhet Town - Sino-Portuguese splendors and funky shops in the most unlikely places will surprise and delight you in the heartof Phuket's sleepy provincial capital. The unique blend of colonial and Chinese architecture along with a tangible quaintness makes for a fascinating and unforgettable afternoon spent sauntering around Phuket's Old Town.
  12. SIMON CABARET- probably the biggest transvestite cabaret show to be found locally. This show features aspectacular musical floor show performed by the world famous ladyboys of Simon Cabaret. Fabulous costumes, glitzy and fun.
  13. BIG BUDDHA - Visible from most of the south of Phuket, the Big Buddha is a recent arrival to the island. The image stands on thetop of the Nakkerd Hills and looks down over Chalong, Kata and Rawai. It cost 30 million baht to construct and is 45 metres high. Next to it stands a smaller, golden image that is actually made of brass and there is a shrine near the site's car park.
  14. PHUKET FANTASEA - It's wacky but fun and very professionally done. Trapeze artists, elephants on stage and pyrotechnics combine in aLas Vegas-style show. You'll see nothing else like it anywhere on the planet. Combining Thai traditional myths with humour, fantasy and a loose plotline that keeps getting more and more amusing, FantaSea's extravaganza is a highly entertaining and riveting show.
  1. Wassa Homemade Bar – a combination of great cocktails and breathtaking sunset views makes it a top destination for travelers. Located in Patong on Phuket’s west coast, the bar’s alfresco seating offers guests first-row seats to the spectacular 180-view of the bay below. Family-run and with friendly staff, the bar is a top place to relax with a cold drink. The menu also includes a few snacks for anyone feeling peckish. Make sure to visit in time to catch the beautiful sunset. Address: Wassa Homemade Bar, 50 Pi Rd., Patong, Kathu, Phuket, Thailand +66 91 882 9322
  2. Le Versace - Restaurant, lounge, hotel, and bar all rolled into one, Le Versace is an excellent choice for travelers looking for drinks with a view. Le Versace is famous for being Patong’s highest open-air restaurant. In addition to an outstanding vantage point, the restaurant also offers delicious French cuisine, as well as killer cocktails. Be sure to try the signature Royal Mojita, a stellar mix featuring Bacardi, lemonade, brown sugar, and other goodies. Le Versace is perfect for special celebrations or a romantic night out.Address: 206/5-6 Prabaramee Road, Patong, Kathu, Phuket, Thailand
  3. Timber Hut - Timber Hut has been a favorite among locals and travelers for over 25 years. Situated in Phuket Old Town, this iconic bar is a hotspot for live music, with artists performing a mix of Western favorites and popular Thai songs. There is no cover charge, and the full menu includes tasty options like grilled sausages, fried noodles, fried rice, and even grilled squid.Address: Yaowarat road, Phuket Town, Phuket, Thailand +66 76 211 839
  4. Quip Sky Bar - Set in an historic Sino-Portuguese building, Quip Sky Bar is a perfect place to chill with a cold drink in Phuket Old Town. Renowned as the town’s first rooftop bar, the alfresco space is artsy and relaxed, with sweeping city views all around. Drink options include cocktails, wine, and beer. Diners who don’t want to drink on an empty stomach can sample the bar’s selection of unique lobster dishes. For a twist on the ubiquitous pad thai, try the bar’s lobster version. Address: 54 Phuket Rd., Taladyai ,AmphoeMuang , Phuket, Thailand +66 76 35 5052
  5. Skyla’s Beach House- Nestled along the coast of Kamala Beach, Skyla’s Beach House is an ultimate spot for island partying. Upon arriving, travelers are sure to notice the bar’s unique treehouse-style design, which gives the place a whimsical feel. The bar draws in the crowds with its beach location and fruity cocktails. Visitors can also enjoy BBQs on the beach, and the friendly staff members are happy to help organize all sorts of activities, including snorkeling, Tai Chi lessons, and tours. Address: North End, Kamala Beach, Kamala, Phuket, Thailand +66 82 519 3282
  6. Ska Bar - is one of Phuket’s most iconic hangouts. Located on Kata Beach, this chilled out bar brings reggae flair to the island’s western coast. The space is eclectic and colorful, with island decor giving the place a true beach bar vibe. Located just a few steps from the ocean, the bar is also an ideal spot to catch some gorgeous sunsets. Travelers who don’t want to leave can extend their stay by checking into one of Ska Bar’s guestrooms. Address: 186/12 Kata Beach, Phuket, Thailand +66 81 797 0559
  7. Siam Supper Club - A classy night out can be had at The Siam Supper Club, located in the village of Cherngtalay on Phuket’s west coast. Decorated in the style of a gentleman’s club, with dark wood and black-and-white photos lining the walls, the bar is sleek with an old world feel. Drink-wise, guests can choose from the extensive wine list or opt for an expertly mixed cocktail. The bar also specializes in tasty Western cuisine, with options including pizza, pastas, and various seafood dishes.Address: 36,38,40 Lagoon Rd., CherngTalay, Mai Khao, Thalang District, Phuket, Thailand +66 76 270 936
  8. KorTor Mor - Travelers wanting to experience Phuket’s local nightlife scene should head over to Kor Tor Mor in Phuket Town. This bar has been one of the area’s favorite party spots for years and is a great pick for a night out. Guests can enjoy live music throughout the week from bands playing rock and Thai pop songs. After the live music ends, DJs rock the dance floors, giving patrons a chance to show off their moves. The bar does enforce a dress code, so visitors will want to spruce up a bit and leave the shorts and sandals at home.Address: 41/5 Chanacharoen Road, TalatYai, Muang Phuket, Phuket, Thailand +66 76 232 285
  9. Lim’s Restaurant & Bar - located just north of Patong. The bar is chic and artsy, with local artwork hanging throughout the space. Lim’s is ideal for anyone looking for a quiet drink or bite to eat away from Phuket’s bustling areas. Guests can select from the extensive wine list, which features high-quality choices from all around the world. Food-wise, Lim’s offers modern Thai cuisine, with curries, salads, and vegetarian options.Address: 28 PhraBarameeSoi 7, Kathu, Patong, Phuket, Thailand +66 76 344 834
  10. Angus O’ Tool’s Irish Bar & Restaurant - has long been established as one of Phuket’s top sports bars. Positioned only 300 meters from picturesque Karon Beach, O’Tool’s is a charming mix of bar, restaurant, and guesthouse. The bar is warm, casual, and generally all you’d expect in an Irish pub. Visitors can fill up on pub favorites like bangers and mash, Irish stew, and all-day breakfast. O’Tool’s is the perfect spot to watch a game, down some hearty fare, and enjoy a pint.Address: 516/19 Patak Road, Karon Beach, Mueang Phuket District, Phuket, Thailand +66 76 398 262

Taxis and TukTuks in Phuket - are one of the more convenient methods of getting around the island, giving you private transport directly to your destination. While they are more expensive than buses and motorbike taxis, they are much faster than the former and much more comfortable than the latter. They are also more convenient than hiring a car to drive yourself. This type of public transport is ideal if your budget has a bit of flexibility and you want to get around comfortably and quickly. There is some degree of choice, with advantages and disadvantages for each, with some differences between them. Checking out our hints and tips below will help you have a care-free time getting around Phuket.

 

Phuket Local Bus - From Phuket Town To All Beaches, Phuket Local Beach Bus offers you many different routes to take you wherever you need to go, whether it’s Patong, Kata, Karon or Rawai. It is far from the fastest or most luxurious way to travel, but it’s the cheapest method of getting from Phuket Town to all the beaches. Phuket local bus station is located on Ranong Road in Old Phuket Town. The shuttles are not air-conditioned, which is how the prices can be less 50 baht per trip. These routes are set up and operated by different companies that have their own arrangements and style. Some feature big blue buses while some use the exotic-looking blue songtheaw (aka photong) and many operators use both. Travelling on these buses is not only going to give you time to appreciate the real Phuket, but you can also enjoy the island’s breeze and surroundings along the way.

Airport Bus - will set out from the main Phuket City Bus Terminal 1 turn left on PhangNga Rd, pass City Hall, leaving the city via Mae Luan Rd, and stopping to pick up passengers at Surakul Stadium, PanthepCondotown, Big C; Tesco-Lotus, Eravadee Bypass, Boat Lagoon, Heroines' Monument on Thepkrasattri Rd, Thalang City Hall, and at the Nai Yang turnoff from road number 4031 (the old road to the airport), before arriving at the airport.

Motorbike Rental - Driving around Phuket on a motorbike is wonderful - but it's also extremely risky as insurance is usually not included - regardless of what you are told. If you have an accident you may be liable for damages and medical bills or worse, if you are not insured. To make sure, you must have a Thai or an International motorbike licence for make a successful claim on insurance in case of an accident. There are two types of motorbike generally for hire. Small 50cc Hondas and for more serious bike enthusiasts, "Big Bikes."

Motorbike Taxis - Great for short distances and available at virtually all hours of the day and night. Look out for "motorbike taxi stands" - groups of motorcyclists on street corners, outside convenience or department stores, or just cruising the streets. They wear red or green vests and will take you anywhere. Do negotiate the price before you get on. Fares depend on the distance and your bargaining skills. Not the safest mode of transport but convenient.

1.Chaithararam Temple - WatChalong

Address: Mueang Phuket District, Phuket 83000, Thailand

Phone: +66 76 381 226.Website: http://www.wat-chalong-phuket.com/

  1. Big Buddha Phuket

Address: SoiMuang Phuket, TambonKaron, AmphoeMueang Phuket, Chang Wat Phuket 83100, Thailand

Phone: +66 87 278 0596.Website: http://www.mingmongkolphuket.com/

  1. WatPhra Nang Sang

Address: ThepKasattri, Thalang District, Phuket 83110, Thailand

4.WatChalong Temple

Address: Mueang Phuket District, Phuket 83000, Thailand. Phone: +66 76 381 226

Website: http://www.wat-chalong-phuket.com/

  1. Phuket Seashell Museum

Address: Viset Road Rawai Beach, Rawai, Phuket 83100, Thailand

Website: http://www.phuketseashell.com/

  1. WatPhra Thong

Address: ThepKasattri, Thalang District, Phuket 83110, Thailand

Website: http://www.luxuryvillasphuketthailand.com/phuket/tourist-spot/wat-phra-thong/

  1. WatSrisoonthorn (WatLipon)

Address: Thalang, north of Phuket Town

Entertainment centers

1.Fantasea

Address: 99 Moo 3 Kamala Kathu Chang Wat Phuket 83150, Thailand

Phone: +66 76 385 000.Website: http://www.phuket-fantasea.com/index.php

  1. Rollerball Zorbing Phuket

Address: Kalim Bay View, Kalim, Patong, 83150, Thailand

Phone: +66 89 872 6532.Website: http://rollerball.co/

  1. Grid Racing Phuket

Address: 40 Ratuthit 200 Pee Road, Patong Beach, PU, Thailand. Phone: +66 76 681 011

  1. The Kids Club Phuket

Address: 152/1 Thawewong Rd, TambonPatong, AmphoeKathu, Chang Wat Phuket 83150, Thailand. Phone: +66 85 578 2114

  1. Dino Park Mini Golf

Address: .828126, 98.295378, PatakSoi 7, Karon, Muang, Phuket 83100, Thailand

Phone: +66 76 330 625.Website: http://www.dinopark.com/

Gardens

 

  1. Phromthep Cape

Address: Mueang Phuket, Mueang Phuket District, Phuket, Thailand

Phone: +66 62 978 3284

  1. Phuket Butterfly Garden & Insect World

Address: 71/6 moo 5, SoiPaniang, Yaowarat Road, T.RassadaMuang Phuket 83000, Thailand

Phone: +66 76 210 861

Website: http://www.phuket.com/attractions/phuket-butterfly-garden.htm

  1. Phuket Botanic Garden

Address: 98/89 Moo 4, Chao FahTawanTok Road, TambonChalong, AmphoeMuang, Phuket, 83130, Thailand

Phone: +66 76 367 076

Website: http://www.phuketbotanicgarden.com/

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