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  • Phuket being a huge island of 50 km long and 20 km wide is growing in popularity as a holiday destination year by year. If you have picked this island for your honeymoon, be assured you have enough and more to keep you entertained and busy. However, even with the growing popularity of the Island, it has managed to maintain its natural state balance. 

    If your honeymoon happens to be in the monsoon season, you might be at luck. Given that monsoon is a low season in an island, prices drop drastically and you could probably afford the most luxurious stay too.

    Nevertheless, Phuket following the pricing of Thailand turns out to be very cost-effective. The best part about the pricing at Phuket is that it almost always comes with an addition of all-embracing and warm hospitality by the hosts. Ranging from beaches, museums, historical points to nightlife and shopping, Phuket offers them all. 

    Here is a list of the best places to visit in Phuket for honeymoon segregated in terms of attractions. We have compiled this list to ensure you don’t miss out on any of your best interests during your stay there.

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  • Top Beaches In Phuket For honeymooners

  • 01Nai Harn Beach

    This beach is one of the most popular destinations of Phuket. However, the charm of this beach has been preserved as it is not as commercialized as many other beaches of the island. Thus, there is comparatively lesser crowd and noise here. There are very few local restaurants and cafe serving traditional Thai food along the coastline of Nai Harn Beach. 

    During high season time, November to April, the sea at this beach is a great place to swim. Towards the south of this beach is Ya Nui, a smaller beach, which is great for activities such as snorkelling and diving. You could also visit the tiny beach of Ao Sane nearby.

    Nearest famous location: Patong – 20 min by drive. A taxi from here should cost you around THB 520.

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  • 02Kata Noi Beach

    This beach is relatively quiet and not very popular as there are not much of activities to try at this beach. Though the northern end of this beach is popular among surfers during the monsoon season from May to October, it is not very safe for swimming at the sea here due to the high tides. The key feature of this beach is the breathtaking view it offers, which is the only reason people visit Kata Noi Beach. 

    However, it is situated a little out of the way from the main area of Phuket town. While at this beach, there are a few hill top spots like Baan Chom View and Small View Point with bars lined up which are not to be missed. You can enjoy a spectacular and peaceful view of the place from these spots.

    Nearest Famous location: 5 minute drive from Kata view point.

  • 03Freedom Beach

    This low key beach situated on the west coast of Phuket is a tranquil paradise given the serenity it is nestled with. Enclosed by hills and thick jungle, Freedom Beach has a simple and warm set up with umbrella and dining setting. This beach features a simple restaurant with simple and limited Thai dishes and a few international dishes. They also have cool drinks to quench your thirst during your visit. You could also rent sun umbrellas and loungers for THB 120 at a small retail store here to relax on and admire the scene.   

    How to get there: During high season, December to June, this beach is only accessible by long-tail boat. A boat from Patong beach will cost around THB 1100 to THB 1500 round trip/per person.

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  • 04Karon Beach

    This humongous beach located on the west coast of Phuket is so big that it never feels crowded, even though large number of tourists and locals flock to this beach every day. To keep up with the tourism demand of this beach, there have been numerous resorts, restaurants and cafes cropping up at the shoreline. The southern end of this beach is excellent for snorkelling and diving activities. 

    Several people take a stroll along this coastline to enjoy the sunset. Down the coastline is the Luang Poh Chuan Road famous for a raucous nightlife and brilliant restaurants. The Karon centre is a few minutes of walk from the beach and has a perfect bend of relaxation, shopping, dining and nightlife.

    How to get there: You could take the Tuk-Tuk from the popular Patong region. It is a 20 minute ride costing about THB 200.

  • 05Kata Beach

    This beach also located on the west coast of Phuket is a place more apt for travellers with family. With a more mellow night scene and various accommodation options, Kata beach is most popular for families with children. You will find many surfers with their boards here from the season between May to October. The shore of this beach is lined with Tropical Almond trees, Palm trees and Pandanus offering shade during the hottest seasons too. 

    Although Kata was one of the first beaches to be home to a major hotel, the place has preserved its calmness and relaxed feel. Your visit to Kata beach would be incomplete if you do not visit its islet, Koh Pu which has an exclusive tropical touch. The southern end of this beach has shops where visitors can purchase beach amenities to chill. 

    Apart from that, vendors also mobilize around the beach with their carts selling icecreams, coconut water, sunglasses, sarongs, etc. Kata beach has a long list of water activities to try and restaurants to dine at.

    How to get there: a tuk-tuk ride of about 25 min from Patong will cost about THB 500.

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  • 06Bang Tao Beach

    Situated near the town of Cherngtalay, the northern tip of this beach is left untouched by commercials and is open to tourists to relax at. Bang Tao Beach is comfortably one of the longest beaches amongst other beaches in the west coast of Phuket. It is also home to a huge resort complex called the Laguna Phuket which hosts 7 luxury resorts, completely commercialising the place. 

    This piece of land has a certain history as it was a tin mine considered worthless that turned into this sumptuousness complex.  With enough space open to the public and non-resort guests, there are a few bars and restaurants in the vicinity. 

    Previously considered an up class area, this beach has slowly degraded to a more affordable segment with the growing number of local restaurants and bars popping up to match the number of visitors.

    How to get there: The beach is about a 35 min drive from the Patong region and will cost around THB 500 by Taxi.

  • 07Kamala Beach

    This beach is located further north of the island and is known for its quiet and calm environment.  Not very popular among tourists, Kamala Beach is home to some retirees and few other people who are trying to preserve the solitude of this place. There are few small sized restaurants, bars and shops at the coastline of the beach. 

    The area is not too big and is possible to cover the place by foot. The water level recedes post noon displaying a blanket of rocks towards the left side of the beach. Kamala beach hosts many local vendors, especially masseuses. 

    Enjoy a relaxing massage during your visit to the beach at a standard rate of THB 300/hour and subsequently help the local community’s economy rather than opting for one of those fancy spa/massages that probably cost more for the same treatment.

    How to get there: A taxi from the Patong region costs you about THB 400. The easier and more cost effective way would be to take the Blue Songthaew bus from Phuket town for just THB 40. This way you also get to experience the public transport.

  • 08Surin Beach

    Due to the numerous luxury resorts put up at this shore, this beach is also popularly called the “Millionaires row”. Similarly, Surin beach features high end restaurants and bars to suit the kind of crowd it attracts all over the coastline. Somehow, the beach has been maintained and has fine white sand and clear turquoise water. 

    Previously a beach with a lot of hassle, Surin beach has now renewed itself with palm trees and is clear of any additional artificial material. This makes it one of the nicest beaches to sit and enjoy the view from a beach lounge chair. This region is more of a coastal village and not a bustling town. 

    There are very few shops present at the coast of this beach and the place is not too commercialised.

    How to get there: A taxi from Patong would cost about THB 500. It is best to take a metered taxi.

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  • Nature & Wildlife Areas To Visit on Phuket Honeymoon

  • 09Gibbon Rehabilitation Project

    Located in the old tropical forest around the Bang Pae waterfall, the Gibbon Rehabilitation project (GRP) is one of the longest re-introductions projects of about 15 years to revive the almost extinct species. This project has been financed by donations and runs on a large scale of volunteering bases which itself considers it to be a project of humanity. 

    There are about 60 gibbons in the site currently. Volunteer options include cleaning cages, being a guide to the visitors by providing information on the state of Gibbons, feeding and tracking them. This is definitely not a petting zoo. Visitors can only watch them from a distance.

    Opening hours: 09:00 AM – 04:30 PM and on Thursday’s it is open to the public only for half a day.

    Entry Fee: While GRP itself does not charge any fee, it is located inside the Khao Phra Thaew National park which charges THB 200 per person.

  • 10Monkey Hill

    This hill has to be one of the highest hills in Phuket is located in Phuket Old Town. Originally called Toh Sae Hill, this hill became popular as the Monkey hill due to the number of monkeys it hosts. These monkeys are not aggressive and thus it is safe to walk alongside them. You will find them everywhere throughout your way up the hill munching away on goodies given to them by the locals. 

    A man called Pae Hong is well known on this hill for the stunts he performs with his monkey friends. Surprisingly, the view on the way up is far better than the view you get from the peak. This is due to the TV cables and satellites blocking the scenery from above. Vehicles are restricted post 5 pm on this hill, making it more convenient for people who wish to jog up and down.

     The bottom of the hill has 3 beautiful shrines – Toh Sae Dang, Toh Sae Dam and Toh Sae Kaow. There is also a restaurant called Green Forest here with the view of Koh Siray.

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  • 11Phuket Bird Park

    Phuket bird park is a privately owned bird zoo in the Chalong district of Phuket. This park is home to more than 100 species of birds from Asia, Africa and South America. The architectural design of this park is planned carefully to bring the creatures as close as possible to their natural habitat, with gardens and waterfalls. 

    There is also a bird show that takes place thrice a day in interval timings. The Phuket bird park is very humid as it is a completely covered region with high walls and nets to prevent the birds from escaping. The park features 3 cafeterias to grab some food at and a souvenir shop.

    Entry Fee: THB 500 for Adults and THB 300 for Children.

    Show times: 10:30 AM, 01:30 PM and 03:30 PM.

    Opening hours: 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM

    Direction to the park: Along the way, there are many signs pointing to the popular Wat Chalong. This way leads you to this park.

  • 12Phuket Fishing Park

    This fishing park located in Phuket town gives everyone an opportunity to learn fishing. The property is filled with lots of fresh fish pond. There are also guides available to teach fishing or help you reel in the bigger fishes. All equipment for fishing is provided by the park itself, however, you can bring you own if you wish to. 

    There is also an on-site restaurant present in the property. Apart from just fishing, this place also makes a great sport for a picnic with a lovely landscape to enjoy. To top it off, there are also massage options available at the park to relax amongst the greenery and water. The park can arrange for your pick up and drop from your hotel with an additional fee.

    Fee: THB 3400 for fishing/ per day and THB 500 for non-fishing visitors, who just wish to take a look.

    Opening hours: 08:30 AM to 05:00 PM

  • 13Seaview Elephant Camp

    This camp located in Rawai, features Elephants that you can ride on. You can choose your ride duration of either 30 minutes or 1 hour. While riding on the elephant, you can enjoy a tropical view of the mountains.  You are also allowed to feed the elephants after your ride and can buy souvenirs from the guides. There have been many complaints against the management mistreating the elephants, you might want to look into it before visiting the Camp to avoid any discomfort.

    Ride Fee: Starts from THB 1000

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  • 14Phuket Crocodile World

    This park is located in Amphoe Muang in the Chalong region of Phuket. There are tons of crocodiles hurdled up amongst one another. This park is definitely not the place for people who dislike reptiles. It is a mini museum displaying the different kinds of species of crocodiles and alligators. Visitors can also feed the crocodiles using some special tools with the help of the guides there. 

    There is also a thrilling show displayed by two stuntmen who perform various tricks with the crocodiles. The show takes place thrice a day with different intervals. At the end of your tour, you can also pose and take pictures carrying baby crocodiles in your hand. 

    The park also a shop where you can purchase accessories made out of crocodile leather such as bags, purses, etc. However, many visitors have raised a complaint against this shop as it stands against the policy of animal trafficking.

    Entry Fee: THB 500/ person

    Opening hours: 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM

  • 15Tiger Kingdom

    This popular tourist attraction is located in the Kathu region of Phuket. It allows close-up interactions with tigers in enclosed caves with complete safety. Tigers in this park are raised by expert trainers from their young age and thus do not pose any critical danger, unless you try to harm them. 

    These animals love being petted and guests are more than welcome to have a session of petting, cuddling and stroking with them, under the guidance of the trainers. This park also provides a lot of educational information on these animals. Many visitors assume that they are drugged as they are always sleeping; however, it is natural that these magnificent creatures sleep up to 18 hours a day. 

    The best time to visit the park to witness active tigers would be early mornings or in the evenings. They are absolutely well taken care of by the management of the Kingdom and face no abuse. There are photographers who will be happy to click pictures of you spending time with the Tigers. 

    Opening Hours: 09:00 AM to 06:00 PM

    Ticket prices: There are different tickets that you can opt for, starting from THB 500 up to THB 1300.

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  • 16Phuket Zoo

    Located in the Chalong region of Phuket, this compact property is a zoo that is home to elephants, monkeys, crocodiles and so many more wildlife creatures. The property is nestled in lush greenery to make the creatures feel as close to home as possible. The zoo has a well defined breeding program that it follows in best care for the animals and also exchange animals with neighbouring zoo’s to maintain a perfect balance. 

    The zoo has well trained staffs that takes care of the animals and help you get the best experience during your visit. You can even click pictures with some of the animals at the zoo. There are various mini stalls where you can grab a drink or cool off with ice cream in the zoo.

    Ticket Prices: THB 700 for Adults and THB 500 for kids.

    Opening Hours: 08:30 AM to 06:00 PM

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  • 17Phuket Big Buddha

    The Big Buddha is a famous attraction in Phuket placed in the Karon area. It is one of the most revered landmarks of the island, especially for spiritual travellers. The big Buddha is made out of concrete structure adorned with white Burmese jude marble. The statue stands 45 metres tall and takes approximately 2 hours to explore around the place. 

    This statue can be seen from a very far distance. This attraction is easily reachable from the main artery route of Phuket, 6 km from Phuket’s Chaofa and 3 km from Chalong centre. This point offers a panoramic view of the region and also features a cafe to sit and enjoy the view and a souvenir shop.

  • 18Wat Chalong

    Wat means Temple in Thai language, and this temple is the largest in Phuket and is very popular among all. While locals come here to offer their prayers, foreigners come to explore Buddhism. There are certain dos and don’ts that you need to follow during your visit to this holy place. 

    To enter the temple, you need to follow a certain dress code where you don’t reveal skin at your shoulders, chest, belly or legs.  You are also made to remove your footwear before entering the temple.

  • 19Karon View Point

    One of the most common viewpoints in Phuket, Karon viewpoint is situated in between Nai Harn and Kata Noi beaches. From this point, you can enjoy a wide view of the three beaches: Kata Noi, Kata Yai and Karon beach. This was originally thus called “Khao Saam Haad” meaning the Three beaches hill. 

    The northern vista of the hill portrays the best view one can get of the entire panorama. There are many drinks and snacks stand placed throughout the hill along with places to sit. The Karon viewpoint is undoubtedly one of the best places to watch fireworks from if there happens to be any. 

    This place is open to the public and there is no entry fee as such. Parking is abundance at this area.

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  • 20Suwan Khiri Wong Temple

    This temple marks the entrance of the Patong region of Phuket and is also known as the Patong temple. It is located on Karani Road. This temple gives an insight to visitors of what the Old town of Patong was like. It is not just one structure building, but a complex by itself. While the inside of the temple remains untouched from Old Patong, you will witness the developments that has been brought about the moment you step out. 

    The temple is home to some animals like roosters and dogs. The temple complex features a bell tower, a dining hall and a monk’s quarters. Visitors need to be appropriately dressed to enter this temple too, with their shoulders, chest, legs and stomachs covered.

  • 21Suwan Khiri Wong Temple

    This temple marks the entrance of the Patong region of Phuket and is also known as the Patong temple. It is located on Karani Road. This temple gives an insight to visitors of what the Old town of Patong was like. It is not just one structure building, but a complex by itself. While the inside of the temple remains untouched from Old Patong, you will witness the developments that has been brought about the moment you step out. 

    The temple is home to some animals like roosters and dogs. The temple complex features a bell tower, a dining hall and a monk’s quarters. Visitors need to be appropriately dressed to enter this temple too, with their shoulders, chest, legs and stomachs covered.

  • 22Wat Phra Thong

    This small yet popular temple is located in Amphoe Talang region. This temple is not very big or fancy, however attracts a lot of people due to the history it has to share. It is an old temple that holds a statue of a half buried golden Buddha which is what attracts most tourists to this temple. 

    It has a historical story about a little boy and a buffalo that you will hear from the local guides if you choose to hire one. Phra Thong means Gold Buddha, hence the name for the temple. There is also a small museum next building to the temple exhibiting crafts and souvenirs to take away.

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  • 23Wat Khao Rang

    This temple sits on the slope of the popular Rang Hill situated in Phuket Town, sub district of Witchit. Wat Khao Rang Temple features a gigantic and beautiful Sitting Golden Buddha, which was also Phuket’s first Buddha image. Despite its huge size, many travellers are not able to locate it as it is a little aaway from the main route. 

    There are two buildings within this compound that withhold the sitting statue. The newly built building is designed with some green snakes over the beautiful gold and the top of this building has a beautiful view to offer. 

    There are various Thai Art forms mounted around the temple and traditional Thai cravings on the walls and doors of the temple. This temple is less of a tourist attraction, however, has its charm conserved.

  • 24Tsunami Memorial Park

    This is a historical landmark places in Kamala in the Kathu region. It is an open area and thus accessible 24 hours. The area is as big as 8000 square metres and comprises of 4 parts: resting area, health area, playground area and the Tsunami memorial. 

    The memorial displays a big silver divider that transmits the waves magnitude and one the other side the clay and brick plateau with engraves of the names of the dead during the torrent.  This is also a pleasant place to relax for a family picnic. 

    There are not too many visitors here and is thus a very calm place. Also considering that it’s a tribute to the 5000 plus dead and 3000 unaccounted for, a level of silence is almost always maintained. This is an open space and has no entry fee.

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  • 25Holy Trinity Church in Phuket

    This orthodox church of Thailand is located in the Thalang district. This beautiful church is painted in discreet white and has a golden shrine at the top. The interiors of the church are so elegant and clean and also feature a very big altar. It is not a very popular attraction and thus many visitors miss out on the magic of this place. 

    The Holy Trinity Church gives out a serene and peaceful vibe and calms the mind and heart of the visitors in no time. It is open through the day from 08:00 AM to 08:00 PM. You will not regret the time taken to visit this church.

  • Shopping Destinations In Phuket For Honeymoon

  • 26Jungceylon

    This shopping complex is located diagonally opposite the infamous Bangla road in the Patong region. It is one of the largest mega mall in Phuket. The ground floor of this mall has souvenir and foot massage parlours, which is also popular for its foot fish spa. The top floors are filled with restaurants and also have a cinema and a very happening nightclub. 

    An entertainment centre with bowling, karaoke box, pool tables, pin ball, etc. is also located on the upper floor of this mall. This mall is so huge that it is also home to a millennium resort. However, in terms of shopping, this complex has few branded shops for serious shoppers. 

    There are plenty of restaurants to choose from, including international chains such as Burger King and Starbucks. However, they are way more expensive than the standalone outlets. There is also a daily water and light show at the arena of this mall.

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  • 27Naka Market

    One of the biggest markets of the island, Naka market is also popularly known as the Phuket weekend market or Night market and takes place at Old Phuket Town. It is located on the Chao Fa West Road. You will be surprised to find branded items for a very low price here. 

    However, it is important to note that the stuff sold at this market are second-hand goods or pirated versions of the original. Nevertheless, this also gives you leverage for you to barter with the vendors to an extent. 

    You will also get to taste lots of free samples of food which by itself will fill your tummy. The earlier you visit the market, the better as it gets crowded with time.

    Opening time: Saturday and Sunday, 04:00 PM to 09:00 PM.

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  • 28Karon Temple Market

    This temple market takes place at the grounds of the temple, at the heart of Karon. This market is on a smaller scale than the Phuket weekend market and takes place only on Tuesdays and Friday evenings. Placed right outside the temple gates, it is suggested you dress as per the temple norms just to be sure. 

    You could also do a quick visit of the temple before the market opens, ticking off two things at once. Apart from the usual touristy souvenir shopping that you can do there, this market is a great place to find locally made Thai craft and art items, natural cosmetic products like Aloe Vera, Coconut oil, etc can also be found here. 

    Finally, towards the temple entrance gate you will find a whole section dedicated to the food stalls with a wide range of delicacies.

    Opening hours: 04:00 PM to 10:00 PM

  • 29Patong OTOP Shopping Paradise

    This is place every traveller must visit. The scheme behind this shopping complex is to promote locally made products. OTOP is the abbreviation of “One Tambon, One Product”, tambon meaning a sub-district. Each sub-district is given the opportunity to promote a product they specialise at. You can find traditional handicrafts of Phuket, silk garments, cotton garments, accessories and household items at this market.

    Ofcourse not to forget the local food! This market is enclosed with bars in the neighbourhood and thus gets busy only once the crowd flocks to the bars late in the evening, usually post 10:00 PM. Visitors get to experience a completely new experience here while they can drink and finish up some souvenir shopping. 

    There are also some restaurants and few food trucks around the market. This market is situated on Rat-U-Thit road, right opposite Hard rock cafe.

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  • 30Chillva Market

    This market situated in Phuket Town is a small sized night market, growing popular with time. It is a small and trendy market which gives Bohemian vibes. The flea market is put up here on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, which is the best time to visit this market. This is a very lively market with entertainment going on at the heart of it where there is a stage with an amphitheatre on one side and pond on the other. 

    However, this market attracts mainly the local crowd more than the tourists as the shows happen and communicate in Thai. The prices at this market are very reasonable and give a more local experience.

    Opening time: 04:00 PM

  • 31Chalong Night Market

    Like every other market, this market sells the usual stuff along with some vintage collection. Located in the region of Chalong, you could just drop in if and when you visit the Big Buddha. This market operates only on Tuesdays. With a whole range of shops to explore, it should easily take about 2 – 3 hours to look around this market. The market scene gets lively later in the evening due to extreme heat otherwise.

    Opening Hours: 04:00 PM to 09:00 PM

  • 32Phuket Floating Market

    The Floating market of Phuket has been reintroduced after a long period. Located in the Kathu region, the Patong Beach is very close by. As it is a fairly new market, a lot of shops remain empty with no retailers or shopkeepers who have moved in. Thus, this market is worth visiting only for the experience and not if you are seriously looking for some great shopping to do. The young crowd prefer renting a small paddle boat to go around this market.

    Open timings: 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM.

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  • Incredible Spa in Phuket

  • 33Spa Burasari

    This exclusive spa is a part of a resort called Burasari in Patong. The spa has been designed with intricate details to provide the guests with a relaxing sensation right from when they enter. The area from the lobby to the spa room is called the relaxation zone where guests are seated. It features open space, calm music, chime sounds and warm colours to help with the process of relaxation. 

    The entire spa has vibrant interiors to give good vibes and bring the guests to a happy state of mind. The quality of the treatment at Spa Burasari is assured as it is performed by professionals and they use top class products. 

    It offers a blend of the eastern and western style of spa with techniques that aim at drawing out toxins from the body, detoxifying the body and blood circulation.

    Recommended to try: The renewal package for couples is popular at this spa. It lasts for 2.5 hours and costs THB 4800 for both.

  • 34So Thai Spa

    This Spa is located in the Ashlee Plaza hotel in Patong and is part of an international spa group. It is known for offering professional treatments at reasonable prices. It is a fusion spa combining the best from the east and west with a menu of full body ranges and facial packages. 

    The spa rooms are extremely spacious decorated with traditional Thai elements, eye-catching splash of red with a traditional golden touch. There are rooms specially designed for couple massages too which is a great deal for your honeymoon. You can be assured of a more than satisfactory service provided here, given that it is an award winning spa!

    Recommended to try: The couple’s luxury spa is a promotional package at this Spa. A foot massage reflexology, body scrub for glowing skin, oil massage and facial – all this for a price of THB 5000.

    Opening Time: 10:00 AM – 23:30 PM

  • 35Siladon Spa Patong

    This spa is located in the Patong region along the hillside with a beautiful view of the bay. Away from the bustle of the city life, the location of this spa itself creates a mood for relaxation. There are beautiful couple rooms available for couple massages and there is almost always a promotion for the packages for two, perfect for a honeymoon. 

    You can also unwind amidst the lush gardens or at the pool at this spa villa. There are complimentary transfers available from many hotels to this spa, and the spa can arrange your ride back for an additional fee.

    Starting Prices: THB 3800

    Recommended: Siladon couple spa is a must try! The spa lasts for 4 hours and consists of a foot massage, body scrub, aroma oil massage and spa facial. This massage costs THB 6200.

  • 36Vayo Massage and Beauty Salon

    This spa is located at Patong in the Kathu region. It has an extensive menu with numerous therapies and treatments to offer. The more luxurious treatments also offer private rooms with Jacuzzis. This is not just a spa, but also a beauty salon with wide-ranging offerings like specializes in Tattoos and nail art.

    Prices: Foot massages range from THB 200 – THB 550, Thai Massage ranges from THB 350 – THB 650, Hot Oil Massage ranges from THB 500 – THB 900 and spas from THB 1400 – THB 8000. All prices depend on the number of hours.

    Opening Time: 11:00 AM

    Additional amenities/facilities: Free transfer from hotel, coffee/tea, free lunch along with the half day packages.

  • 37Ton Mai Spa

    This spa is nestled among lush greenery to relax the mind in the Rawai region. Ton Mai Spa is an up class spa with luxurious features and facilities. The newest highlight to this spa is the Aquagym courses conducted there every morning at a cost of THB 120. This spa is equipped with Thai herbal steam Sauna and organic massage products are used for the treatments. 

    Their Steam sauna has a direct opening to the outdoor pool, Jacuzzi and relaxation lounge. Nail art, waxing and eyelash extensions are also a part of this spa’s menu. The spa also has a restaurant serving delicious Thai and Western food for lunch and dinner. The freshly made smoothies are very popular here.

    Starting Price: THB 300

  • 38Nin Massage

    This individual massage centre is located on Patak road in the Karon region. As much as the massage treatments are talked about, so are the hospitality and friendliness of the staff. Unlike the other 5 star premises luxury spa centres, this one is a simplistic affordable one. However, without any compromises, the place is kept clean and hygienic just the way it should be and they use lovely smelling aromatic oils for the massage.

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  • Amusement Parks In Phuket

  • 39Surf House Phuket

    This surfer’s drive is located on the Kata beach road of Patong. There is no weather or time to be considered for surfing once you get here. For beginners willing to try a hand at surfing, there are guides available who will help you with tied safety ropes. This place also offers a beautiful view of the sea and sun across the beach. It also has a surf shop where you can purchase any apparel required for your surfing experience.

    Price Fee: There are various packages starting from THB 1000 for 1 hour, THB 2000 for 3 hours and THB 6500 for the whole day.

    Timings: 10 AM – 12 AM

  • 40Phuket FantaSea

    This cultural theme park is located in Kampala region of Phuket. There are three parts to this park: Festival village for shopping, The Golden Kinnaree Buffet Restaurant for dinner and the final and mai entertainment at the Palace of Elephants. It is a Thai cultural show derived from Las vegas’s popular shows. 

    The show is an amusement to the senses with the music and visuals. It portrays the Thai culture through magic illusion, acrobatic, animals performing, pyrotechnics, stunts, aerial performance and also has 4D effects. You can choose from a range of passes varying from show plus buffet dinner, show plus seafood buffet dinner, Gold pass, silver pass, etc. They also offer transport services from any hotel in Phuket at a cost of THB 300/person.

    Timing: 05:30 PM – 11:30 PM

    Prices: Show Only – THB 1800, Show + Buffet dinner – THB 2200, Seafood buffet- additional THB 1100, Gold Seat upgrade – THB 300.

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  • 41Football Crazy Golf

    This 18 holes and 69 par course is located at the bottom of Patong hill near Kathu. This sport being popular in the Scandinavian countries is a mix of the two sports; football and golf. Each level of the game has various obstacles designed with tunnels, bunkers, slopes, curves, etc. 

    The property does not have enough shade to rest from the sun and thus, the best time to play would be from 09:00 AM to 10:00 AM or post 04:00 PM in the evening. There is a bar at the place, making it more fun to drink and play. 

    This property is open for booking the entire place if you are going in large groups. Not only can you play Football Gold, but the arena has made use of the ample space available and added activities like Go-Karting, ATV and buggy rides, etc.

    Amenities: Free Wi-Fi, Toilet.

    Price: THB 700 for Adult and THB 400 for Children.

  • 42Ghostinium

    This unusual museum designed in animatronics is located on the outskirts of Phuket town, towards the side of Central Phuket Town. It consists of 5 main rooms to pass and 16 large animal exhibits like Dinosaurs and Gorillas with numerous others smaller ones like spiders. These animatronics ally moving animals seem so real. Curious visitors can take back information from this museum in the terms of animatronics, cybernetics and computing through this 45 min walk through the dark.

    Opening timings: Tuesday – Sunday, 12:00 PM to 08:00 PM

    Price: THB 400 for Adults and THB 300 for Children

    Location: Right opposite the Central festival shopping mall, through the pedestrian bridge.

  • Nightlife In Phuket

  • 43Art Space Gallery and Music Bar

    This particular bar is a unique experience altogether. Located on Ket Kwan road at Kata Beach, this Gallery-Bar has very interesting interior decor with colourful artworks on the wall. This place features a blend of lively music, and art gallery and a bar that also serves delicious Thai food. 

    The art gallery also is a souvenir shop that sells Tee-shirts, bags, bracelets, rings and paintings. Art Space Gallery and Music Bar is also known for its exceptional hospitality, given that the owners of the place itself are up and about interacting with guests and making the place so warm and lively. This place is a little more on the pricey side given the distinctive experience.

    Open Timings: 07:00 PM – 03:00 AM

  • 44Illuzion

    This is probably the most happening bar amongst the several other bars on Bangla road in Phuket. Illuzion stands out for its special effects for the light show using LED screens and the latest technology for its booming music. The bar also almost always has a famous DJ line up along with some live shows and dancers to liven up the place more than it already is. 

    This double-decker party place is huge and is always crowded.  Illuzion is ranked #93 among the World’s top 100 clubs. People tend to spend almost 3 hours a night here due to its lively music.

    Opening time: 10:00 PM – 04:00 AM

  • 45Red Hot Club

    This club known for its western songs from Pop and Rock genres is located on Bangla road, at end of Rat-U-thit road. Red Hot Club invites lively bands to play almost every other day at their club. The club also features some of the popular singers from the region sometimes. 

    The club has happy hours before the band starts playing and the prices increase over time with the night. This club turns out to be more expensive than most other clubs in that region. There are some nights where there is no band playing, however, those nights are a chance to catch some of the local DJ’s playing popular regional music. This place is known for its cheerful and prompt service.

    Opening time: 11:00 PM – 04:00 AM

  • 46Halfway Inn

    This club known for its western songs from Pop and Rock genres is located on Bangla road, at end of Rat-U-thit road. Red Hot Club invites lively bands to play almost every other day at their club. The club also features some of the popular singers from the region sometimes. 

    The club has happy hours before the band starts playing and the prices increase over time with the night. This club turns out to be more expensive than most other clubs in that region. There are some nights where there is no band playing, however, those nights are a chance to catch some of the local DJ’s playing popular regional music. This place is known for its cheerful and prompt service.

    Opening time: 11:00 PM – 04:00 AM

  • 47Aussie Bar

    Among the several other bars on Bangla road, this one stands out for its local blend of good Aussi tuckers and Thai food. This bar streams all kinds of sports in HD screens with a clear audio system and is a two storied building with about 250 guests to seat. It is also very popularly known for its very good Aussie Beer. 

    This bar is very lively and the energetic staffs are much spoken about. Although this bar is primarily a great place to watch all kinds of sports ranging from Football to Rugby, basket ball and more, there are also pool tables to have your own game going on while sipping on cold beer.

    Opening Hours: 11:00 PM to 02:00 AM

  • 48Seduction Nightclub

    This club is a huge nightclub complex located on Patong beach, Kathu district. This nightclub is so huge, it can host almost up to 3000 people at a time. Popular international DJ’s play at this club and make you want to groove to peppy wordly music. Unlike many other clubs, this club is happening on all nights of the week. 

    Making use of the ample space of this property, the management has ensured safety in terms of friendly bouncers all around, clean toilets and a lounge if visitors wish to take a break during their crazy night out here. This club attracts more foreign visitors and luxurious party animals given their prices and top-notch services.

    Opening time: 10:00 PM to 04:00 AM

  • 49Monsoon Bar

    Monsoon Bar on Bangla Road serves drinks and food for a very reasonable price. It is a good place to unwind at if you need to be within a budget. There is always a live band playing at this bar and you could also ask to pay your choice of music. The friendliness and warmth of the staff are satisfactory and the place gives out a very friendly vibe. Though this bar has a touch of the Thai culture to it in choice of music, it does attract quite a few international guests too.

    Opening Time: 05:00 PM to 03:00 AM

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  • Museums In Phuket

  • 50Phuket Trickeye Museum

    The trickeye museum located on Phang Nga road is definitely one of a kind. It is a 3D interactive museum that stimulates your imagination and creativity. The museum has more than 100 paintings and sculptures designed using the trompe-l’oeil (deceive the eye, in French) technique. Visitors are asked to leave their footwear outside the museum to maintain general cleanliness. 

    You can also grab some drinks and snacks at the entrance of this museum as the tour around this museum takes approximately 2-3 hours. There are fun optical illusion painting where visitors can pose and take funny pictures too.

    Opening Time: 10:00 AM – 07:00 PM

    Entry Fee: THB 500 for Adults and THB 300 for kids

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  • 51Phuket Aquarium

    The very popular Phuket aquarium at Wichit, Phuket district, was recently renovated and made even more attractive to locals as well as tourists. This aquarium consists of 30 tanks and has tropical, colourful and exotic marine creatures. The most talked about feature of this aquarium is the tunnel to walk through where you can enjoy a complete 180 degree view of the tank.

    All descriptions are labelled in English and Thai making it convenient for international visitors as well as locals. If you happen to visit around 11:00 AM, you can witness the aqua creature being fed by men in full gear.

    Opening Time: 08:30 AM – 04:00 PM

    Entry Fee: THB 100 for Adults and THB 50 for Children.

  • 52Phuket Seashell Museum

    This Seashell museum is located on Viset Road in the Rawai region displays some very valuable shells from all around the world. For shell collectors, this museum is paradise. Many of the shells displayed here are from the Phuket and Thai waters. The museum has 4 main exhibitions. The write up for the shells are in both English and Thai. There is also a souvenir shop at the museum that has jewellery, key chains, and art and craft items made from shells. They also have pearl items available; these are great gift choices to buy.

    Opening Time: 08:00 AM – 06:00 PM

    Entry Fee: THB 200 for adults and THB 100 for children

  • 53Phuket Thaihua Museum

    The Thai Hua Museum is located at Amphoe Muang in Phuket Town. This museum introduces visitors to the major people involved in Phuket's history. It also throws light to the trade that was and is in Phuket. This museum is very well maintained and is designed in the most neat and cordial way. Unlike most other museums, the descriptions displays have been written in very simple language that it makes it interesting to read.

    Opening time: 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM

    Entry Fee: THB 200 for non-locals and THB 50 for locals , an additional THB 200 if you wish to take photos inside the museum.

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  • 54Phuket Mining Museum

    This museum that introduces Phuket's history as a tin producing centre is located in the Kathu region of Phuket. It is a very informative centre introducing the culture and history of Phuket. This property is quite big and has an outdoor and indoor exhibition. A guide is highly recommended to be hired as the descriptions of the exhibition are all in Thai.

    Opening Time: 08:00 AM to 04:00 PM, The museum is closed on Sundays.

    Entry Fee: THB 100 for Adults and THB 50 for Children


Attractions

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Splash Jungle Waterpark

When the idea is to search for a full family entertainment then nothing matches the Splash Jungle Waterpark. Overlooking the fascinating beauty of Mai Khao Beach, the water park hosts a series of rides in different difficulty levels suitable for kids and adults both. Over six million litres of water remains distributed in the waterslides for a complete fun and enjoyment time here. Added attractions are the Splash Bar and the Spa Village with sauna. There are two in-house restaurants where one can have small filling eateries and loads of snacks options. Though not very large it is one place to enjoy good fun and entertaining time with near and dear ones.



Location: Soi Mai Khao 4, Mai Khao,Phuket
  
Timings: 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Price
The approximate price starts from 1250 THB adults and 650 THB for kids
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Patong Beach

Patong is a beach resort town on the west coast of Phuket Island, in the southwest of Thailand. Its sandy, crescent beach is lined with cafes, restaurants and bars. The famously raucous nightlife scene features beer bars, go-go bars, nightclubs, massage parlors and transgender cabarets that overflow into the street along neon-lit Bangla Road and in the Paradise Complex. This destination is an astonishing combination of breathtakingly beautiful white sand beach edged by the glittering Andaman Sea.



Activities: During the day enjoy all the beach-type activities from sunbathing to beach volleyball. Restaurants abound featuring every type of cuisine from seafood, noodle and rice vendors along the beach promenade.

Location: Phuket
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Ao Yon Beach

Ao Yon is a hushed and isolated beach located between Panwa beach and Cape Panwa. This quiet beach has a long stretch of warm sand and clear blue water with tropical setting. Set between tall palm trees, this place is a great place to relax under the sun alone or with your family. There are a few restaurants in the beach that serve you delicious meals. On several occasions the locals practice the Dragon Boat race which is quite a sight to behold. Just take a barefoot stroll on the warm sand or relax under the shades with refreshing drinks.



Highlights
: Enjoy the lively Dragon Boat race by the locals on occasional weekends. Rent a longboat to explore the islands. You can also drive a little further to see the small cascading waterfall or have a panoramic view of the area at Panwa View Point or go to Panwa Aquarium.


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Go Go Bars

A visit to the Go Go Bars is one of the prime attractions of Phuket’s nightlife. When it comes to enjoyment for the adults these bars are absolutely worth a visit. Though the bars are majorly directed for the men but couples also visit more to experience the show and to have something to talk about back home. Most of the Go Go Bars are present on both sides of Soi Seadragon almost in the central part of Bangla Road.



Some of the popular Go Go Bars here are Suzy Wong’s A Go Go which is famous for its punch marvelous ambience and complete entertainment, Harem, a relatively new addition with excellent interior décor and lovely drinks and Devi’s Playground, a place to enjoy sizzling dance performances. All three of these Go Go bars along with others usually remain open for 4 hours from 10pm till 2 am in the morning.


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Phuket Aquarium

One of the best tourist attractions in Phuket, Phuket Aquarium is the place where you can see the diverse marine life at its best. There are more than a thousand varieties of colourful, tropical fish and other exotic marine life. The aquarium has various sections such as streams, mangroves, coral reefs and even deep sea! 

Each of these has been adorned with the particular variety of wildlife that you will find in that area.The exhibits are vibrant, lively and interactive and indeed a pleasure to watch for young and old alike, no wonder then that it attracts more than 300,000 visitors per year. It is located at southernmost tip of the Cape Panwa and is surrounded byy breathtaking scenic beauty.


Location: Mueang Phuket District

Timings: Open daily, 08:30 AM  – 6:00 PM

Price: The approximate price for an adult is 100 THB and for a child  50 THB

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Bangkok River Cruise

A river cruise along the incredible Chao Phraya River, Bangkok, Thailand, and a few trenches on the Thon Buri side is the loveliest approach to explore the city that was once named "Venice of the East". The glorious appeal of the Chao Phraya adds viewpoint to your exploration of the city's head attractions.Visitors can book slots through various travel specialists or ca even rent a vessel at Tha Chang, a pier close to the Grand Palace. At the point when the capital of Thailand was moved to Bangkok in 1782, trenches were the prime medium that connected the capital with the rest for the places, thus, earning the title ‘Venice of the East’ by European visitors.Nowadays, despite the fact that Bangkok has turned into an advanced city, the Chao Phraya River and the channels are yet beguiling option for tourists in search of exploring the true Bangkok.

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Best Time: Throughout the year, however, afternoon is the best time of the day for a river cruise. If you wish to go for night river cruise, you can opt for a dinner river cruise that provides you with good food and good time.

Location: 2.5 hour long cruise along the Chao Phraya River.

Things to keep in mind: Visitors are provided with the option of choosing from river cruise and dinner cruise, the timings for both are different. Thus, if you wish to avail just the river cruise make sure you know about the timings as the latter is usually conducted at nights. Also, owing to its popular demand the cruises are populated with overwhelming crowds – ensure that you 
reach earlier than the time slot so as to enjoy a hurdle free cruising experience.
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Sea View Elephant Camp - Nai Harn

A very recent addition to the elephant trekking companies based in Phuket, Sea View Elephant Camp is known for its excellent service and good deals. Opened in 2010, this camp is based close to Kata view point and includes entertaining activities like paintball and ATV. The scenic beauty of the location of the camp is quite an eye-arresting. There are about 12 elephants in the camp all having excellent arrangements for their good being. The tour programmes organised by the camp mainly includes mountain treks overlooking the fascinating view of Chalong Bay.



Location
: 1 km from Kata Viewpoint on the way to Nai Harn beach

Timing
: 8:30 AM to 17:30 PM

Price
The approximate price for 30 minutes is 900 THB for adult and 600 THB for children, 45 minutes is 1,100 THB for adults and 700 THB for children, and 60 minutes 1,380 THB for adults and 800 THB for children.
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Khao Rang Hill View Point

When it comes to enjoying tranquillity and harmonious natural environment then one of the best locations in Phuket is to visit Khao Rang Hill View Point. Based in the north western side of the city this summit is the second highest in Phuket. Covered with verdant greenery, the location promises unparallel fascinating views of the city, the south eastern coast and also the gigantic Phuket Big Buddha.



 Apart from scenic brilliance one can visit Wat Khao Rang, a Buddhist temple with a big golden Buddha statue in it. For having excellent eatery in this lovely ambience one can refer to the three food joints available here. Tung Ka Cafe and Khao Rang Breeze are positioned at the top of the hill with magnificent panoramic views of the area. Apart from this one can also try Phuket View which is based on the way to the top, known for its delicious cuisine. 
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Rustling Palms On Ko Raya

A perfect place to unwind yourself and soak in the sun, Ko Raya Island, a stunning coral island is located towards the south of Phuket. A considerably remote island with white-shiny beaches that is still untouched by the overwhelming tourists.The postcard perfect bays, shimmering beaches and the crystal clear blue waters further adorned with coconut palms are some added features that make this island a ‘Must-visit-place’ in Thailand.


Things to Do: Once you reach Ko Raya, get ready to unwind yourself as this treasure box offers an array of water adventures. Explore the beautiful aquatic life by participating in snorkeling adventure. You can also enthrall in Scuba diving as the rocky reefs make this place an idyllic destination for diving. Apart from these activities, well, you can easily relax and calm your strained muscles on the sandy beach.

Getting There:This hidden slice of paradise can be easily accessed via chartered boat from AoChalong and Rawai. If you wish to spend maximum time on the beach then prefer travelling via speedboat which will take you to this bounty of joy within 20-25 minutes.



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Patong

The party capital of Asia, Patong is best known for its nightlife and an array of activities that it holds for the regular as well as first-time travelers to this place. Comprising of primary restaurants, nightclubs and various other tourists hot spot, Patong, has both good as well as notorious reasons that make this place a hit among tourists from all over the world. This mysterious place lights up as the night approaches, while Bangla Road is the hub of the night parties, the eastern part of the beach, on the other hand, is well known for its neon lights, hot streets, and erotic massage parlors.


Things to Do: There is no second opinion that majority of the crowd come to Phuket just for partying. However, if you are looking for some other entertainment sources apart from partying you ca head to the ever-so-famous massage parlors in the region. Adventure seekers can indulge in an array of water adventures available at the Paradise Beach and Kalim Beach.

Getting There: Patong is easily reachable via a bus that connects to Phuket town every 30 minutes. However, if you are coming by flight, you can opt for a taxi from Phuket International Airport which is just 35 km to the north of Patong

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Laem Singh Beach

Laem Singh Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in Phuket, for those who love to spend time with azure water, golden sand, and backdrop of thick palm trees on a sunny day. Located between Kamala and Surin beaches on the west coast, this stunning beach seems hidden beneath the thicket of palm trees with large boulders scattered around.

There are several restaurants serving Italian and Thai delicacies to indulge your taste buds. Those who are looking for water sports can enjoy snorkeling, boarding, jet skiing, water skiing and even banana boat ride. Don’t forget to relax your body after a full day of adventure with Thai massage beneath the canopy of lovely palm trees.



Highlight: Enjoy the delicious Italian and Thai food and exotic seafood, satisfy your adventurous soul with multitude of water sports like water ski, Jet Ski and sooth your body with Thai massage.
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Pansea Beach

Set between the beautiful tropical backdrop with long stretch of white and soft sand and turquoise water, Pansea Beach is an isolated beach on the west coast of Phuket. A small cape isolates the beach from the livelier Surin Beach. The beautiful coconut and other exotic trees this beach is a perfect example of tropical beaches. There are water sports centre, restaurants which serve delicious meals and drinks, massage huts and sun loungers in the beach for you to spend enjoyable moments with friends and family. The lapping ocean offers great snorkelling opportunities for those who love water sports. Inflatable airbeds are also available on rent to soak yourself in sun while floating on azure water.



Highlights
: An ideal place for enjoying the beauty and serenity of nature. The beach also offers snorkelling and jet skiing opportunity. Do not forget to experience the special oil massage to rejuvenate your senses.


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Freedom Beach

Freedom beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in Phuket and the least accessible too. If you are in a mood for beach trek through the thick jungles near the beach, you can only reach via boat. The whole beach is elongated on a private bay and consists of beautiful powdery white sand, a perfect place for long beach walks.  The beach is surrounded by the hills and thick jungle, giving you a feeling of a hideaway on the beach.



Highlights: No sports activities are done here to spoil the peaceful atmosphere on the beach. On the south end of the beach, there are various authentic restaurants to carve your hunger. You can even rent a lounger and relax on the top of the beach under the coconut palms.

Getting There:
The only option to reach Freedom beach is via boat. You can catch a long-tail boat from the south end of Patong Beach.



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Surin beach

Lovely and naturally beautiful Surin Beach-based in the west coast of Phuket is a highly entertaining place for the visitors as well as the locals. With panoramic beauty comprising of fine white sands and aqua blue water it is a place to enjoy natural extravaganza. There are high-end hotels, restaurants and entertainment areas to enhance the beauty of the location.



Highlights: There are a number of activities which can be enjoyed in the most sought after Surin beach. This includes enjoying a spa treatment, surfing and even trying out the enjoyable Thai classes to learn some delicious and mouth melting Thai food. For spa resorts, one needs to visit the 5-star hotels Twin Palms Phuket Hotel and Ayara Hilltops.

Best time: For surfing the ideal time is from May to October though in other times also one can do the same. Twin Palms organise the cooking classes.
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Kamala

This is one destination that is still unspoiled and remains virgin for a majority of visitors. The calm stretch of the white sands with no sign of overwhelming crowds are some factors that make this place all the more interesting. A favorite destination among the retiree, Kamala has its fixed bunch of visitors who are regulars to this place.


Things to Do: Kamata is known for providing calm environs. The sprawling stretches of white snow and azure water are best for evening strolls and leisure moments. Elephant trekking is another thrilling activity that enables you to enjoy the mesmerizing landscapes.

Getting There: The sole mode of transportation to this quieter location is public transport via blue songthaews that commute between Kamala to Surin and then Phuket town. However, you can even opt for a taxi if travelling from the airport
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Sairee Beach, Koh Tao

Haad Sairee, the longest and most popular beach on Koh Tao, boasts a vast stretch of sand lined with bars, restaurants, resorts and dive centers. While the area around the beach is a major hub of activity, the beach itself doesn't get overcrowded – there's always a patch to spread your towel over. The bay can get quite busy with long tail transfers, so keep a keen ear out for boat engines while frolicking. Hawkers do walk the beach selling sarongs, tasty snacks and fresh fruit but are not bothersome. For resort comforts, privacy without total isolation and convenient snorkeling, head north where the coastline gets rockier but the silence makes it worthwhile. 



Activities: Apart from snorkeling, Haad Sairee is a top spot to watch the sunset in Koh Tao, and with many beachside bars to choose from, sipping a cocktail as the golden orb dips is a great way to round off a hectic day.

Location: Koh Tao, Koh Phangan