Tourism on Phuket has been developing tremendously over the last 15-20 years when the first real charter guests started visiting the island.
The island is still very popular with charter tourists and is also Thailand‘s most important tourist destination.
White Buddha is one of Phuket’s major sights
Phuket is what most associate with stunning beaches with azure blue water and a myriad of activities and experiences.
The island is surrounded by everything from spectacular scenery and exciting temples, to amazing street kitchens and beautiful sunsets.
Patong is Phuket‘s busiest city and probably best known for its wild nightlife with go go bars, clubs, ladyboys cabaret etc.
Phuket has many areas other than Patong. Among the best known are Kamala, Kata, Karon, who all have their own to offer. There is life in all the cities, but not at all like Patong.
One of the great benefits of Phuket is that you have easy access to island-hopping and exploring several other nearby islands.
Phi Phi, Koh Yao Yai and Noi, Koh Racha Yai and Noi, Similian Island, Koh Lanta
The weather in Phuket is driest from March to early May and the rainy season is from May to October.
In the rainy season, however, it is still warm and most of the time with cloud free sky and sun.
Temperatures are between 25 ° C on the coldest nights and 33 ° C on the hottest days.
Read the “Guide to Phuket” with many detailed descriptions of Phuket, the island’s areas and the experiences that await you.
Get a great insight into how elephants – after decades of being abused by the tourism industry – are being rehabilitated.
Experience the elephants in their natural surroundings and not least on their own conditions.
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