Top 10 things to do in Phuket

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The Phi Phi Islands are the most famous among all the islands of the Andaman Sea. Its crystal clear waters, white sandy beaches and breathtaking bays like Maya Bay will leave you with unforgettable memories.

Similan Marine National Park combined of 9 islands is known for white coral sand beaches, crystal blue waters, warm tropical night and cooling breezes coming off the Andamane Sea. The Similan Islands is very easy to visit. Located in the Khao Lak province. This Marine Natural Park well known for its wildlife and marine life is open for 6 months and is stationed away from all hotel, restaurant, store and markets. The Similan Islands makes this tour the most peaceful and enjoyable trip for the tourist.

Phang Nga Bay which is the most famous Natural Marine Park in south asia. Is located between the two province of Phuket and Krabi. It’s famous its natural mangrove forests and natural lime stones which contains caves. Phang Nga Bay which contains the smaller Island of James Bond, Panyee, Talu Island (Sea Canoe), are offered in our daily tours the option of canoeing.

Phuket Weekend Market is the name given by tourists to this overgrown Phuket Night Bazaar located near Central Festival, and occasionally even ‘Phuket Chatuchak’ by reference to the giant Chatuchak Weekend Market in Bangkok. Phuket Night Bazaar held every Saturday and Sunday Nights. Starts around 4pm and finishes about 10pm. Phuket Weekend Market gets very crowded with locals and tourists, and it gets very hot, so going a little later is probably better. It’s the place where you can sample tasty street food influenced by three different cultures; Thai, Chinese and Muslim.You can walk for hours looking at this huge Market that makes this kind of market fun, everything you don’t need is here and most of it is fake!

Phuket is not only an ideal destination for tourists to rest and rejuvenate, but also for golfers of all standards to have fun, and enjoy the challenges the island’s courses have to offer.

Many temples, religious monuments, and artifacts dot the city. These buildings have detailed architecture and bright colours, forming scenes that you’ll carry with you even after you have left Phuket Island. A visit to Phuket Island would not be complete without exploring few of these magnificent buildings. Here are 19 temples( Wat in Thai language).

To the west of Phuket Island you will find all the most beautiful bays. Every day, just with a motorbike, you’ll can visit one of these … swim, sunbathe and relax.

There are many cultures swoh in Phuket Island where you can see and understand the Thai culture or spend a few hours in the various entertaining cabaret. Siam Naramit Show, Fantasea Show is the most famous cultural show in Phuket. For fun  Aphrodite Cabaret and Simon Cabaret.

Phuket Island a tropical paradise rich with cultural heritage and holistic remedies, we live a simple yet sophisticated life.We care for physical well-being through the rituals of massage, botanical compresses and steam, and bathing.The richness of the culture is woven together with the practice of ancient healing therapies inspired Phuket Thais.

If you’re still hungry for more stimulation at the end of the day you won’t be disappointed by the range of entertainment and nightlife Phuket has to offer. Bangla Road in Patong is the undisputed nightlife centre of Phuket Island. you will find the biggest clubs the craziest ‘bar beers’ discos and nightclubs. Phuket town much less transgressive and full of bars and nightclub where you can listen to good music or simply drink with friends.