Being the largest island in Thailand, it makes sense that Phuket is home to many beautiful beaches. The west side of the island is full of them.
Day trip to Nga Bay and James Bond Island. Featuring limestone cliffs everywhere, Nga Bay is made up of 40 tiny islands filled with mangroves, caves, and lagoons.
Phuket’s most iconic landmarks is the 45-meter-tall Buddha. Located at the top of the Nakkerd hills, visiting the Big Buddha offers spectacular aerial views of Phuket.
The Phi Phi islands are one of the most famous places in all Thailand. I recommend putting the Phi Phi islands at the top of your list of things to do in Phuket.
When visiting you can touch them, feed them, and bathe with them, and a guide will share important facts about elephants with you.
The Phuket Old Town night market is the most famous in Phuket. Located in the Phuket Old Town, this market only happens on Sundays after 4:00 PM.
Located South of the island is Cape Phrom Thep, a stunning picturesque viewpoint famous for its spectacular sea views and unforgettable sunsets.
Famous for being the most popular street in Phuket is Bangla Road, this street is a Vegas-like nightlife street full of bars, go-go dancers, and everything else you expect to attract young single people.
Known for its brightly painted century-old Portuguese-influenced buildings, Phuket Old Town is great to visit and walk around.It’s considered the downtown of Phuket