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Phuket Destination Guide

Nestled in the tropical zone off the west coast of the southern part of Thailand in the Andaman Sea and the Indian Ocean, the province covers an area of approximately 543 square kilometers (excluding small islets). It is estimated that Phuket Province covers an area of approximately 590 square kilometers if it’s 39 other small islands are included. The island’s total length, from north to south, is estimated at 48.7 kilometers and approximately 21.3 kilometers wide.

Staying on the island is easy, as there are only two seasons in a year – the rainy season (May to October) and the hot season (November to April). Visitors are not recommended to travel to Phuket between September and October as they are the wettest months. The best period for a visit, however, is from November to February, when it is possible to see the clear blue sky, feel the fresh sea breeze and marvel at the crystal clear water while lying on powdery, palm-fringed beaches. Average temperatures ranges between 23°C and 33°C.

Phuket has a lot more to offer its visitors other than its natural heritage – sea, sand, sky, beach, forest, and world renowned diving sites. Sino-Portuguese architecture casts its spell delighting travelers to the city, while Phuket-style hospitality has never failed to impress visitors from all walks of life. In addition, accommodations ranging from world-class resorts to tropical-style bungalows have warmly catered to the different needs of travelers. For seafood lovers, there is a lot more to sample than just Phuket’s famous lobster. Altogether, these characteristics have made Phuket a truly unique destination.

Wat Chalong
The most important Buddhist temple in Phuket, where people usually go to worship and pray for anything they wish.

Promthep Cape
One of attraction that should not be missed is the spectacular sunset at Promthep Cape, right in the south of the island. Not only foreign tourists, but also local people like to spend their evenings watching the horizon until the sky becomes dark.

Rang Hill
There is no place to give you the exotic panoramic view of Phuket town as from the top of Rang Hill. It is located to the north of Phuket town.

Patong Beach
This is the area that attracts most tourists visiting Phuket, with the combination of its powdery sand, Pacific sea, blue sky, and great variety of shopping and entertainment places. There are many outdoor and sporting activities available, such as scuba diving, snorkeling, parasailing, and many more, to suit all needs.

Kata / Karon Beach
You will feel as though you have your own beach while you are walking on these peaceful beaches. After dark, just a couple minutes walk takes you to the entertainment areas. In addition, a host of shops are always ready to warmly welcome you and are open almost around the clock.

Nai Yang Beach
This is quiet and clean beach where just a few businesses have been located, therefore, it is still clean and natural. Also, Naiyang National Park has been established to take care of the snorkeling among the beautiful and colorful coral reefs is extremely worthwhile and rewarding. Naiyang is just 5 minutes south of Phuket Airport.

Rawai Beach
It was onw of the first coastal areas on Phuket to be developed, simply because it was near and there was already large fishing community call "Sea Gypsy village " The beach is not great but there is a lot happening in or near Rawai.

Surin Beach
A must, if sunbathing on a quiet, private and clean beach is one of your favorite activities, however this beach is not advertised for swimming because of the acute slope of the beach. Renting a car or a motorcycle is recommended for visiting this area, as the local bus schedule is not convenient for touring. Surin is located 5 kms. North of Kamala Beach.

Phang Nga Bay
Spectacular limestone scenery rising from the sea, mangroves, sea caves and little coves - this is Phang Nga Bay! One of southern Thailand's most scenic areas.

Phi Phi Islands
Perfect white sand beaches, crystal water, amazing natural scenery. In fact there are two Phi Phi Islands. The smaller Phi Phi Ley - is uninhabited and simply created for Snorkeling.

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