Phuket Trip Guide | Attraction of Thailand

The Beauty of  Phuket:

Phuket is one of the largest mountain islands in Thailand. It’s spread over an area of 543 sq. km. It lives in southern Thailand in the Andaman Sea.  Phuket is a house with many beaches, seaside resorts, restaurants, and spas. There is a very beautiful mountain range to the west of the island and there are dozens of small islands from the whole north to the south.

It is easy to take a boat ride from one of the small beaches to the other. During this trip, your heart will be touched by the natural beauty of this place.  

This beach is often overlooked yet in this old town with lots of traditional buildings. There is so much to do and see here. This place is very natural, it’s like enjoying the environment. Nature is most impressive. It has a beautiful coastline, rich culture, excellent natural scenery, outdoor activities, sports, Never-to-be-forgotten nightlife, pleasant dining, etc. That is just some of the too much Draw.

Location and Map of Phuket:


How to Go Pucket:

How to get to Phuket by plane, private car, and bus from the nearest airport, bus stand.

From the Airport:

Phuket International Airport: Phuket is 32 km from Phuket International Airport. From here you can easily take a taxi to Phuket to reach the nearest bus stand and reach Phuket by bus.
Krabi International Airport: The distance from Krabi Airport to Phuket is 174 km.
Langkawi International Airport: The distance from Langkawi Airport to Phuket is 277 km.
Surat Thani International Airport: The distance from Surat Thani Airport to Phuket is 230 km.

Best Time to go Phuket:

Phuket’s climate is hot for most of the year. Its average temperature is 22⁰C-34⁰C. Various philosophers have expressed the view that the period from November to February is too good. If you prefer to spend more time in sunny and dry weather. The dumpy season lasts from May to October. Humidity is high during this time. During low season months, you can find excellent offers for adaptability and fewer crowds. From April to May the temperature reaches the highest level of the year and the heat causes unstable conditions.

Where to stay:

Best Hotels:

There are recommendable luxurious and also low-budget hotels.

The Pavilions Phuket:
Want a great night’s sleep? This property was highly rated for its very comfy beds., 1 swimming pool, Free WiFi, Family rooms, Free parking, Tea/coffee maker in all rooms, Bar
? 31/1 Moo 6 Cherngtalay Thalang
Phuket 83110
? : +66 (0) 7631 7600
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Anantara Layan Phuket Resort:
Free parking available on-site, 2 swimming pools, Beachfront, Free WiFi, Spa and wellness center, Tea/coffee maker in all rooms, Bar, Pets are not allowed, etc.
? 168 Moo 6, Layan Beach Soi 4, Cherngtalay, Thalang,
83110 Layan Beach, Thailand –
? +66 2 365 9110
? reserveanantara@​

Island Escape By Burasari:
Free Wi-Fi, Free breakfast, Paid parking, Outdoor pool, Air-conditioned, Laundry service, etc.
? 94/4 Moo 6, Tambon Koh Kaew,
Amphoe Muang, Phuket 83200 Thailand
? +66 (0) 76643643

The Chava Resort:
Free Wi-Fi, Free breakfast, Free parking, Outdoor pool, Air-conditioned, Laundry service, etc.
? 113 Moo 3 Cherngtalay, Thalang, Phuket,
Thailand 83110
?Telephone: +66 (0)76 372 600
? Email:

Burasari Phuket:
Free Wi-Fi, Free breakfast, Outdoor pool, Air-conditioned, Laundry service, Beach access, etc.
? 18/110 Ruamjai Road, Amphur Kathu,
Patong, Phuket, Thailand, 83150
? +66 (0) 7629 2929

The Nai Harn:
Free Wi-Fi, Free breakfast, Free parking, Outdoor pool, Air-conditioned, Laundry service, etc.
? 23/3 Moo 1, Vises Road, Rawai, Muang District, Phuket
83130 Thailand
?Phone Numbers: +66 7638 0200-10

The Vijitt Resort Phuket:
Free Wi-Fi, Breakfast, Free parking, Outdoor pool, Air-conditioned, Laundry service, spa, etc
? 16 Moo 2, Viset Road, Rawai,
Muang, Phuket 83130
?Tel: +66 (0) 76 363 600 Fax: +66 (0) 76 363 649
? Email:

Katathani Phuket Beach Resort:
Spa, Pool, Beach-front, Breakfast free, Wi-Fi free, Outdoor pool, Parking free, Doctor on call, etc.
? 14 Kata Noi Road, Karon, Muang,
Phuket 83100 Thailand
?Tel: +66 (0) 76318 350 to 99 or +66 (0) 7633 0124 to 6
? E-mail:

Renaissance Phuket Resort & Spa:
Free Wi-Fi, Paid breakfast, Free parking, Accessible, Outdoor pool, Air-conditioned, Bar, Gift shop, etc.
? Address: 555, Mai Khao, Thalang District,
Phuket 83110, Thailand
?Phone: +66 76 363 999

Best Restaurants in Phuket:

  • Amritsr Phukey.
  • Kindee Bistro.
  • Benihana.
  • Le V restaurant.
  • Takieng Thai Restaurant.
  • L’Arome by the sea.
  • Age Restaurant.
  • Threee Monkeys Restaurant.
  • Big Boys’ Burger Club.
  • Boost Café Phuket.
  • Five loaves Burgers.
  • Breeze Bar- Anantara Layan Phuket.
  • Thong Dee- The Town Bistro.
  • Rim Nam Pool Bar.
  • Hern Coffe And Bistro

What to Eat in Phuket:

When we hear the name of Thai food, comes our tongues water. Why not Thai food is a combination of sour, sweet, and salty tastes. Sitting in Phuket and eating Thai food in restaurants there is a different experience. It’s most remarkable in tom yum, Thailand’s national soup. Thai chefs are also very talented in embezzling extraneous dishes and making them their own, such as in a typical salad or noodle dish. You should actually be here to eat the best local food. Some popular foods.

  1. Khao man gai (steamed chicken rice)
  2. Tom yum goong.
  3. Som tam.
  4. Gai pad med ma muang (stir-fried chicken with cashew nuts).
  5. Geng kheaw wan gai (green curry chicken).
  6. Tom kha gai.
  7. Kao phad (fried rice).
  8. Kuay tiew (noodle soup).
  9. Massaman curry.
  10. Pad Thai.

Getting Around:
Best Resot:

  • The Slate
  • Trisara
  • The Shore At Katathani – Adult Only
  • Centara Grand Beach Resort Phuket
  • Amari Phuket
  • Katathani Phuket Beach Resort
  • The Racha
  • Mövenpick Resort & Spa Karon Beach Phuket
  • Angsana Laguna Phuket
  • Le Meridien Phuket Beach Resort
  • Thavorn Beach Village Resort & Spa Phuket

Best Beach:

  • Kmala Beach:

Kamala Beach is located north of Patong and makes it a unique place for tourists in a relaxed and peaceful environment. The beach is surrounded by bays which are surrounded by forested hills. It presents stunning natural beauty. There are many luxury resorts south of Headland from which travelers can easily enjoy the burning views of Kamala Bay and the beach. The unobstructed beach has a separate niche for those who prefer a quiet environment free of noise. Which attracts visitors and provides peace of mind in an extraordinary environment. The nightlife here is very beautiful, the parties are also very pleasant and family-friendly. the most notable being the Phuket Fanta Sea Show. In the picturesque beach restaurants, you will find everything from European flavors to local Thai food. The dining area in front of the beach has delicious food and saltwater there are nice arrangements. Shopping advantages are more local-centric, giving visitant honest Thai expertise. This charming beach has something interesting to do all year round from surfing (May to  November), joyful (December to April) to spa treatments, observing the temple, or look-out the fishermen cast their fishing trap.

  • Karon Beach:
  • Kata Beach:
  • Mai Khao Beach:
  • Patong Beach:
  • Phuket Beach The One and Only:
  • Rawai Beach:
  • Surin Beach:
  • The Bangtao Beach:


  1. *Khao Khad View point
  2. Three Bay Viwpoint
  3. Rang Hill

Park/nature wonders :

  • Sapan hin
  • Suan Luang Raw Gao Park (chalerm parkiat publick park)
  • Queen Siriktit’s 72nd Anniversary chalerm prakiat park
  • Khao pra thaeo wildlife Conservation Development and Extention center
  • Kathu Waterfall
  • Bang pae Waterfall
  • Ton sai waterfall
  • Sirinat national park
  • Islands :
  • Racha yai Island
  • Racha noi Island
  • Maiton Island
  • Hey Island
  • Lone Island
  • Tapao yai Island
  • Koh Rang Yai Island
  • Koh Maphrao
  • Naka Noi Island
  • Khai Nok Island
  • Bon Island
  • View Point:
  • Khao Khad View point
  • Three Bay Viwpoint
  • Rang Hill

Best Things to Do in Phuket:

  • James Bond Island & Phang Nga Bay Sea Cove Canoeing  Lunch by Speedboat.
  •  Enjoy a treep to Kata Noi Beach.
  • You can learn Thai cooking class
  • Take a Wander to Wat Chalong
  • Take a Trip to Karon View Point
  • Have a Tour of The Phuket Big Buddha
  • Come And See The Chalong Bay Rum Distillery
  • You can go shopping at Phuket Town Weekend Night Market and have so much fun
  • Hang Out at Nai Harn Beach
  • See Tiger Kingdom

Shopping During Phuket Tour:

  • Shopping during Phuket tour:
  • Jungceylon Shopping Mall
  • Phuket Weekend Market
  • Central Festival Phuket
  • Chillva Market
  • Phuket Walking Street
  • Banzaan Market
  • Phuket Old Town handicraft shops
  • Jim Thompson
  • Karon Temple Market
  • Premium Outlet Phuket

Religion and Culture of Phuket:

Theravada Buddhism is the main religion in Phuket and all of Thailand. Is the name of the school Theravada, literally the “Doctrine of the Elders”, of Buddhism that marks its scriptural vivacity from the Pali Canon, or Tipitaka, which egghead generally accepts as the oldest record of the Buddha’s teachings Mass people in Phuket also practice Daoism, commonly in one place Buddhism. This is due to the extensive number of Chinese migrants who came to work in the tin mines during the 19th century. Various Chinese abbey can be found in the region of Phuket City. During the Lenten Festival, there is a Honeycomb of activity.

Thai Muslims make up nearly 35% of Phuket’s population, and many are still evaporated in the area well night Kamala, Bangtao, and Surin where the immigrant Malays basically settled. Neglect the smaller number of Muslims, mosques actually outnumber Buddhist wats on the isle.

Language of Phuket:

Thailand is abode to 71 living languages, with the better part of people speaking languages of the Southwestern Tai family, and the national language is Thai. Lao is spoken toward the bounding line with the Laos PDR, Karen languages are spoken fully the bounding line with Myanmar, Khmer is spoken in nearly Cambodia, and Malay is spoken in the south near Malaysia. Sixty-two ‘domestic’ languages are officially given, and international languages are spoken in Thailand, primarily by international workers, outcasts, and biz people, including Burmese, Karen, English, Chinese, Japanese, and Vietnamese, into others.

Some of Phuket’s many spoken languages: Central Thai, Tai-Kadai, Isan, Tai-Kadai, Kham Muang (Northern Thai), Tai-Kadai, Pak Tai (Southern Thai), Tai-Kadai, Northern Khmer, Austroasiatic, Yawi, Austronesian, Tai-Kadai, Phu Thai, Tai-Kadai, Karen, Sino-Tibetan, Kuy, and Austroasiatic.

It confers that you exchange your currency before you travel to Phuket. One coin of Phuket is the Thai byte and this coin is used throughout Thailand. You can only use this one currency after visiting Phuket. So you need to make sure you can change it. It is always recommended that you exchange your own currency for United States Dollars or Euros in your won country and then exchanging the USD when you head for the Phuket trip.

There are some hotels and resorts that can accept debit cards and international credit cards but you have to make sure first. It is very important that you have some cash because it will help you buy food, water, and other necessities. Using globally accepted credit cards will be charged with a service fee by Thai banks and thence you need to be ready for the additional charges to your card.

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