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Phuket .. The Pearl of Siam 

Phuket has it all…Luxurious accommodation, Spectacular scenery, Natural , Heritage , Sea with gorgeous beaches , World championship Golf course , World class Spa, Shopping paradise , Entertainment and amazing night life Learn More


    Phuket is Thailand's largest island, approximately the size of Singapore and is also called the 'Pearl of Siam’. The island is served by Phuket International Airport, it is easy to access. Daily local and international flights fly straight to Phuket.The many daily flights from Bangkok and Singapore are just the beginning, with the airport hosting direct flights from Europe, the Middle East, Hong Kong, and Australia, among many other destinations in South East Asia, so adding this destination to your trip is easy and worth a few extra days of vacation. 

    Phuket has everything you’re looking for in a vacation. Phuket is a dreamy island with magical landscapes and international glamour. Phuket's tourist entertainment heart beats wildly at Patong, the large, gorgeous beach along the island's western coast. There are countless bars, clubs, cabaret shows, live music and many other hedonistic delights for the reveling traveler. 

    For adventure lovers, there's a wide choice of things to do on vacation in Phuket. You can head off on a marine tour around the beautiful offshore islands, go scuba diving in the crystal clear waters, ride an elephant or climb the steep hill to the Big Buddha shrine. A trip to old Phuket Town gives an insight into the more traditional side of life and what's more, the island is also a golfer’s paradise with a number of world class courses to choose from on a golfing vacation 

    For the luxury traveler, Phuket offers the best of many worlds: dream-like natural beauty, hidden sanctuaries of peace and relaxation, nights out on the town, and all of the upscale comforts which a Phuket luxury resort can offer. To stay in style at a Phuket luxury resort is about more than the room, though – there are many other things to consider.


    Spend some time in Bangkok, before bussing south to Phuket, where most travelers use as a base to island hop. When you book a hotel there make sure to book at one of the beaches. Phuket town is 40 km away and most travelers stay at one of the main beaches such as Kata Beach (family and surfing)

  • Ko Phi Phi - Something For Everyone

    Situated off the west coast of Thailand between Phuket and Krabi, Ko Phi Phi is one of the travel hotspots of Thailand. Its white sandy beaches, turquoise seas, and swaying palm trees have rightfully put it on the map.

    The vibrant main town at Tonsai Bay has many bars, restaurants, and shops to keep you busy. The island is home to a bit of a party scene, but some of the more remote beaches offer a real postcard-perfect paradise away from the hustle and bustle. Go to the dreamy cove of Maya Bay in early morning to avoid the daytrippers and you may just have the place to yourself.

  • James Bond Island & Phang Nga Bay

    Just north of Phuket, you’ll find James Bond Island, also known as Khao Phing Kan. It’s famous for featuring in the James Bond movie The Man with the Golden Gun from 1974 and for the 20-metre tall islet, Koh Tapu, which you can see on the picture below.

    James Bond island is part of the Phang Nga Bay which covers an area of 400 sq km and is home to some 100 islands. If you take the tour from Phuket, you will most likely lunch at a muslim fishing village where the houses are built on stilts around a tall rocky island. Expect to pay between 1,000 and 2,000 Baht for a half day trip.

  • Ko Raya - Tranquil Coral Island

    Located just 45 minutes by speedboat from Phuket, this small coral island offers a departure from the more developed area of Thailand. There are no ATM’s or roads here so it’s the perfect place to relax and get away from it all. Siam Bay offers sandy shores and glistening waters whilst some of the other bays offer great coral to snorkel amongst. Popular with day-trippers, this island can be fairly busy during the day but after sunset it becomes a lovely relaxing place to enjoy a delicious meal and a few cocktails.

Where to go next: If you want to continue your Thailand Island Hopping trip to another tropical destination, we recommend heading to the island of Ko Yao Yai from Phuket.

  • Ko Yao Yai - The Undiscovered Paradise

    Of all of Thailand’s islands and beaches, Ko Yao Yai is possibly the least developed. Located just off the coast of Phuket, Ko Yao Yai offers tranquillity, beautiful beaches and great snorkelling all within easy access from the mainland.

    There are a few shops and restaurants on the island but take enough cash or a credit card with you, as there are no ATMs here. Its limestone cliffs, secluded white beaches and a beautiful lagoon make Ko Yao Yai one of the top spots for an authentic Thai island experience.

    Where to go next: If you’d like to continue soaking up the sun, why not take a break on the sandy shores ofKo Raya, with a one night stay in Phuket in between?



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