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Phuket - The Pearl of the Andaman Sea

Around 30 miles in length, Phuket is Thailand’s largest island and the country’s second most-visited destination after Pattaya. Despite the 2004 tsunami and the development upsurge in its wake, Phuket’s 30+ sandy beaches retain their magical allure. Along its western shores, exclusive resorts hug the rugged coastline, twinkling to life at night. Hedonistic haven Patong continues to draw crowds with its notorious party strip and the arrival of many wallet-friendly hotels. In the south, island-capital Phuket City has a thriving historic heart and is the gateway to Ko Phi Phi with ferries leaving from colourful and chaotic Rassada Pier.

A City Full of Surprises

Phuket City makes for a fascinating tour by foot, moped or tuk tuk. In its historic heart, colonial mansions, traditional Chinese-style shophouses and Sino-Portuguese properties mingle. Phuket City’s thriving restaurant scene offers travellers all manner of culinary adventures. English menus and talented local chefs are a given, while street-food vendors offer a fast fix at every turn. Souvenir-hunters delight in the dark antique shops, quirky gift-shops and small galleries. Known also as a destination for day-spas, Thai cookery schools and Buddhist retreats, there really is something for everyone. For panoramic views over Phuket City, visitors climb, cycle or take a tuk tuk up to the viewpoint and restaurant on Monkey Hill. At the very walkable city’s outer limits, the climate-controlled Central Festival Mall is where locals and tourists alike gather to cool down when the late-summer humidity becomes unbearable.

Take the Temple Trail

Phuket Island’s main districts have their own distinct cultural flavours. South-west coastal district Kathu is home to the 45m-high Big Buddha and the impeccably maintained Wat Karon temple complex which hosts a colourful bi-weekly night market. In northern district Thalang, visitors flock to see the half-buried Temple of the Golden Buddha, or the Thalang National Museum and the Heroines Monument, which mark the defeat of Burmese invaders back in the 18th century. Phuket City has several shrines to visit including the atmospheric Shrine of the Serene Light. The city’s historic architecture also includes a museum dedicated to the stamps of South East Asia, and another celebrating Phuket’s long trade-relationship with the Chinese. Further south, in the Chalong district, salmon-pink Wat Chalong has 36 golden Buddhas in various states of repose. Chalong Rum is Phuket’s only distillery and offers 30-minute tasting tours. Also in the south, Rawai is the home of the bohemian Phuket Art Village.

Living the Island Life

This super-sized Andaman island makes it impossible for visitors to stay indoors, with a zoo and a butterfly farm, three national parks and several world-class diving sites within easy reach. A few miles from Phuket’s shores, underwater enthusiasts can explore the abundant marine life at Koh Racha Yai, Shark Point and King Cruiser Wreck. In the far north, and just 15 minutes from the airport, Sirinat National Park offers pristine beaches and a wildlife reserve with sea turtles. In the east, Khao Phra Thaeo National Park is home to gibbons, Malayan sun bears, flying foxes, mouse deer and other fantastic beasts. Dotted around the coastline, raised viewpoints allow for envy-inducing selfies, the finest of those being the Phromthep Cape Peninsula at the island’s southernmost point, which offers sublime sunset views and a strange ¬¬crab-shaped lighthouse, while nearby Siray Island has a long-established Sea-Gypsy community.©

Ain’t no Party like a Patong Party

Follow the general flow to find yourself shoulder-deep in vice-fuelled nightlife along neon-lit Bangla Road, where you’ll stumble into strip joints, massage parlours and karaoke bars brimming with beautiful hostesses attempting to bewitch tourists of their baht. Watch Thailand’s best boxers competing at the Bangla Road Stadium or explore the night markets near Jungceylon Shopping Plaza and marvel at some quality counterfeit goods. Try a spicy papaya salad in a backstreet restaurant and prepare to be hooked for life. Take a bayside nightcap on the balmy terrace of a promenade pub, or step inside to find talented cover bands and wildly dancing tourists. Pay a party tuk tuk to whisk you back to your hotel and enjoy blaring dance music and flashing disco lights en route. Recover on the spotless sands of Patong’s 2.2-mile beach and find your stamina for the inevitably long night ahead.

Where to stay – Phuket’s West Coast

Though many independent travellers fall for the lesser-visited districts in the south and east of Phuket, most package-tours focus on the west coast, where many of the island’s most striking beaches have evolved into small but vibrant seaside communities. Here, beach shacks and diving schools rub shoulders with luxurious spa resorts. Resort towns Karon, Kata, Nai Yang and Kamala are popular destinations for travellers in search of down time. On the northwest coast, seven-mile-long beach Mai Khao in Sirinat National Park offers several four-star spa resorts and the Splash Jungle Water Park. This area is a popular choice with families and those who need a hotel close to the airport. From here, travellers can reach the terminal buildings in 15 minutes and most resorts offer shuttles.

Price range

from ‎Rp 78.083to ‎Rp 151.392.554

Top hotels

    Hotel Bora Bora Villa Phuket Phuket-Town

    Bora Bora Villa Phuket is a semi-natural resort with a quiet and peaceful environment, suitable for relaxation. The room are in a good size. The resort is facilitated with open-air restaurant, fitness room and a colourful swimming pool. There are plenty of healthy eating restaurant, activities, fitness and shops nearby. more

    Hotel The Marina Phuket Phuket-Town

    The Marina Phuket Hotel is situated on the central of Patong City Center and set directly in middle of Shopping center, Entertainment Places, Restaurants, bars, Patong Beach etc., making it convenience for the travelers to enjoy their holidays with all facilities provided in Patong. The hotels 205 rooms are either facing the sea on the upper floor or encircle the mountain view, filled with flora. Room features: King or Twin beds Satellite TV with multi-language channels LCD 40" TV Air conditioner Free Wireless Internet Telephone Safety deposit box Mini bar Coffee & tea making facilities Hair dryer Bathroom amenities Outdoor terrace or balcony Hotel features: Swimming pool Spa Restaurant & Bar more

    Hotel Rang Hill Residence Phuket-Town

    Take advantage of recreation opportunities including an outdoor pool and a fitness center. Additional amenities at this hotel include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and a television in a common area.Know Before You Go One child 3 years old or younger stays free when occupying the parent or guardian's room, using existing bedding. No pets and no service animals are allowed at this property. Fees The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check-in, or check-out. Breakfast fee: between THB 300 and THB 500 per person (approximately) Rollaway bed fee: THB 500.00 per night The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.The RANG HILL RESIDENCE is a hotel.Located in Phuket, Rang Hill Residence is minutes from Sino-Portuguese Architecture and Phuket Wake Park more

    Hotel Boutique Guesthouse by Clearhouse Phuket-Town

    Clear House Phuket is perfectly located for both business and leisure guests in Phuket. Offering a variety of facilities and services, the hotel provides all you need for a good night's sleep. 24hr room service, valet parking, family room, laundry service/dry cleaning, Wi-Fi in public areas are on the list of things guests can enjoy. Designed for comfort, guestrooms offer desk, refrigerator, internet access – wireless (complimentary), complimentary bottled water, balcony/terrace to ensure a restful night. Take a break from a long day and make use of massage. Clear House Phuket combines warm hospitality with a lovely ambiance to make your stay in Phuket unforgettable. more

    Hotel The Royal Paradise Hotel & Spa Phuket-Town

    The Royal Paradise Hotel & Spa offers modern rooms and suites in the centre of Patong Beach, only 300-metres from vibrant Bangla Road. All of the bright accommodation feature a furnished balcony, free Wi-Fi, and a flat-screen TV. They have an en-suite bathroom, a mini-bar, and tea and coffee-making facilities. Facilities at The Royal Paradise Hotel & Spa include an outdoor swimming pool, a children’s pool, a sun terrace, a fitness centre, a Jacuzzi, and kids club. Reception offers a tour desk, and concierge and laundry services. Massage and body treatments are available at the spa. The Coconut Coffee Shop offers an international buffet, while The Royal Kitchen has Cantonese cuisine, Fueng Fa Restaurant has a Thai menu, and Arabian and Indian food is served at the Casablana Restaurant. There is also a bakery, lobby lounge bar, rooftop bar, and pool bar. Patong Beach is a ten-minute walk from the hotel. Tiger Kingdom Phuket is eight and a half kilometres. more

    Hotel I Pavilion Phuket Phuket-Town

    We are a city hotel locaed in Phuket Old Town. Good for cultural trip, museums, chino-portuguese architecture, café and amazing street food just around the corner. Sorry, no beach, no dirty dancing bar and no strip club. We have city hotel vibe. Basic but Stylish Décor. Thai Food. Coffee. Outdoor Pool and Sun Terrace. Treadmills and Exercise Bike. Coin Laundry. Koi Pond. House Plants. FREE WIFI, Air Condition, Hot and Cold Shower, 24 Hours Security, 24 Hours Reception, and Free Parking. We have 109 rooms, so you are going to be among our 200+ guests on a daily basis. Sorry, No Bellboy, No butler, No Turn Down Service, No Dry Cleaning. But we have free WiFi. more