19 THINGS TO DO IN PHUKET THAILAND 2018 – Must See Best Attractions

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19 THINGS TO DO IN PHUKET THAILAND 2018 – Must See Best Attractions

There are plenty of really memorable things to do in Phuket. The island itself has a beautiful historical old town, great viewpoints and iconic cultural attractions. It is also a good base for exploring the nearby islands and must-see attractions. These include world-famous places like Phang Nga Bay and the Phi Phi Islands. The following list is our pick of the things which you should absolutely not miss while in Phuket. No trip here can be called complete without ticking most of these off your bucket list. Being a place of great variety, there’s something among the best things to do in Phuket for every kind of traveller. Take a look below and see what sparks your interest. Phang Nga Bay is unique. A day out here is an unforgettable experience that will definitely get you thinking. A distinctive feature of the bay is the sheer limestone cliffs that jut vertically out of the emerald-green waters. These islands are home to sheltered fauna that are possible to observe on certain tours. James Bond Island and Koh Panyee are just two of the more famous spots in this bay. Situated of the west coast of Thailand in the Andaman Sea temperatures vary from between 21 degrees and 34 degrees centigrade, but due to its geographical location the months of November till April are traditionally sunny and humid whilst May till October sees the rainy monsoon season. Cooking Class in Phuket Phi Phi Island is Thailand’s superstar island, particularly famous for its central role in the 2000 movie The Beach.

Patong’s Bangla Road relax, walk along the beautiful sands or maybe go for a swim. From the Kata viewpoint you can look across at the bays of Karon, Kata and Kata Noi Phuket, the giant Buddha image sits on the top of the Nakkerd Hills and looks down over Chalong, Kata and Rawai stunning Similan Islands are surrounded by amazingly clear blue seas and pristine white-sand beaches. Heaven for island-hoppers and scuba divers, the nine islands are about 30 km off the coast of Khaolak. They are ranked among the best dive sites in the world for their lively and colourful coral reefs and perfect visibility. Phuket has an impressive selection of night markets to choose from. Each has its own unique charms, but all offer interesting souvenirs at low prices. Phuket “Phuket Thailand” Thai Thailand Holiday Vacation “Thailand Holiday” “summer 2018” summer sun attraction “things to do” “paton beach” island “phuket islands” “island hopping” tourist tourism shopping beach travel traveling “secluded island” relax spa 2018 2019 “night market” market “thai food” Fantasea elephant “central festival” backpacking “backpack thailand” “phuket hotel” “phuket 5 star hotel” “phuket hostel” They are an excellent place to try local street food and snacks, and some also have street performances and music Andaman Sea around Phuket is littered with absolutely stunning little tropical islands. Phi Phi and the Similans Trapeze artists, elephants on stage and pyrotechnics combine in a Las Vegas-style show. You’ll see nothing else like it anywhere on the planet. Combining Thai traditional myths with humour, fantasy and a loose plotline that keeps getting more and more amusing, FantaSea’s extravaganza

Everyone goes to Promthep Cape, but it doesn’t make it any less spectacular. There, you’ll get fabulous views over the ocean stretching as far as Phi Phi Island on a good day. Check out Phuket’s other viewpoints, such as the ‘Three Beaches’ hilltop venue on the road between Nai Harn and Kata, or sip a cocktail at the After Beach Sino-Portuguese splendours and funky shops in the most unlikely places will surprise and delight you in the heart of Phuket’s sleepy provincial capital. Phuket Town offers much more than you think, with some excellent restaurants and local sights. phuket old town Phuket Tiger Kingdom hand raises Indochinese tigers At Blue Elephant Cooking School they taught us traditional dishes from Thai Cuisine. First we visited the local fresh market to learn about the ingredients


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