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Phuket Hotels and Flights

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Paradise on earth

Long, lazy days spent relaxing on stunning, palm-fringed beaches awaits; Phuket is paradise on earth, as colourful as it is cosmopolitan.

There’s plenty to explore; from the Similan Islands, counted among the 10 most interesting dive areas in the world, to the famous James Bond island in Phang Nga Bay and Patong’s exciting nightlife on Bangla Road. Phuket offers the perfect destination for some winter sun and a spot of culture. Venture to the shimmering temples, visit colonial mansions and even see elephants coming down to the waterfront to cool off in the waves.

Perfect for both laid-back and adventure-filled holidays, Phuket is also an ideal multicentre location; why not partner your stay with a few nights in Dubai, or visit the Phi Phi islands for some relaxation?

 

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Things to do in Phuket

Island Hopping

Why stick to one island when you can hop around to see even more of Thailand? Jump from hideaway paradise beaches to buzzing city breaks; whatever takes your fancy.

Go scuba diving and snorkelling

Marvel at coral and swim with stunning fish in Thailand, perfect for PADI divers and first-time snorkellers alike. We recommend Koh Tao for the best underwater experience.

Thai Food

Thailand is known for its delicious cuisine, packed full of flavour and spice. From the famed green curry to more unusual dishes, Thai food is sure to satisfy your taste buds.

Thai Wildlife

Get up close to Thailand's wildlife; see majestic elephants in the wild, an experience like no other, and marvel at the country's beautiful bird life.
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Weather

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
32°C
40mm
FEB
33°C
30mm
MAR
34°C
40mm
APR
33°C
150mm
MAY
32°C
200mm
JUN
32°C
240mm
JUL
31°C
300mm
AUG
31°C
260mm
SEP
30°C
400mm
OCT
31°C
280mm
NOV
31°C
200mm
DEC
31°C
60mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Karon Beach

Dry Season

Phuket’s dry season stretches from November to April. The climate is at its best at this time, with hot but comfortable temperatures, gentle breezes, calm seas, and clear blue skies. Weather can be harder to predict in November and April.  

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Phuket is from December to March, when there’s less chance of rain, the air isn't too humid, and cool breezes keep temperatures comfortable. This is high season in Phuket, so there’s plenty to see and do. 

Rainy Season

From May to October, Phuket sees a rise in rainfall, temperatures, and humidity, as well as rougher seas. But there are still plenty of dry spells, and rain rarely lasts all day. Holidays are great value at this time too. 

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
32°C
40mm
FEB
33°C
30mm
MAR
34°C
40mm
APR
33°C
150mm
MAY
32°C
200mm
JUN
32°C
240mm
JUL
31°C
300mm
AUG
31°C
260mm
SEP
30°C
400mm
OCT
31°C
280mm
NOV
31°C
200mm
DEC
31°C
60mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Cape Panwa

Dry Season

Phuket’s dry season stretches from November to April. The climate is at its best at this time, with hot but comfortable temperatures, gentle breezes, calm seas, and clear blue skies. Weather can be harder to predict in November and April.  

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Phuket is from December to March, when there’s less chance of rain, the air isn't too humid, and cool breezes keep temperatures comfortable. This is high season in Phuket, so there’s plenty to see and do. 

Rainy Season

From May to October, Phuket sees a rise in rainfall, temperatures, and humidity, as well as rougher seas. But there are still plenty of dry spells, and rain rarely lasts all day. Holidays are great value at this time too. 

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
32°C
40mm
FEB
33°C
30mm
MAR
34°C
40mm
APR
33°C
150mm
MAY
32°C
200mm
JUN
32°C
240mm
JUL
31°C
300mm
AUG
31°C
260mm
SEP
30°C
400mm
OCT
31°C
280mm
NOV
31°C
200mm
DEC
31°C
60mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Kata Beach

Dry Season

Phuket’s dry season stretches from November to April. The climate is at its best at this time, with hot but comfortable temperatures, gentle breezes, calm seas, and clear blue skies. Weather can be harder to predict in November and April.  

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Phuket is from December to March, when there’s less chance of rain, the air isn't too humid, and cool breezes keep temperatures comfortable. This is high season in Phuket, so there’s plenty to see and do. 

Rainy Season

From May to October, Phuket sees a rise in rainfall, temperatures, and humidity, as well as rougher seas. But there are still plenty of dry spells, and rain rarely lasts all day. Holidays are great value at this time too. 

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
32°C
40mm
FEB
33°C
30mm
MAR
34°C
40mm
APR
33°C
150mm
MAY
32°C
200mm
JUN
32°C
240mm
JUL
31°C
300mm
AUG
31°C
260mm
SEP
30°C
400mm
OCT
31°C
280mm
NOV
31°C
200mm
DEC
31°C
60mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Kata Noi Beach

Dry Season

Phuket’s dry season stretches from November to April. The climate is at its best at this time, with hot but comfortable temperatures, gentle breezes, calm seas, and clear blue skies. Weather can be harder to predict in November and April.  

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Phuket is from December to March, when there’s less chance of rain, the air isn't too humid, and cool breezes keep temperatures comfortable. This is high season in Phuket, so there’s plenty to see and do. 

Rainy Season

From May to October, Phuket sees a rise in rainfall, temperatures, and humidity, as well as rougher seas. But there are still plenty of dry spells, and rain rarely lasts all day. Holidays are great value at this time too. 

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
32°C
40mm
FEB
33°C
30mm
MAR
34°C
40mm
APR
33°C
150mm
MAY
32°C
200mm
JUN
32°C
240mm
JUL
31°C
300mm
AUG
31°C
260mm
SEP
30°C
400mm
OCT
31°C
280mm
NOV
31°C
200mm
DEC
31°C
60mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Pansea Beach

Dry Season

Phuket’s dry season stretches from November to April. The climate is at its best at this time, with hot but comfortable temperatures, gentle breezes, calm seas, and clear blue skies. Weather can be harder to predict in November and April.  

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Phuket is from December to March, when there’s less chance of rain, the air isn't too humid, and cool breezes keep temperatures comfortable. This is high season in Phuket, so there’s plenty to see and do. 

Rainy Season

From May to October, Phuket sees a rise in rainfall, temperatures, and humidity, as well as rougher seas. But there are still plenty of dry spells, and rain rarely lasts all day. Holidays are great value at this time too. 

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
32°C
40mm
FEB
33°C
30mm
MAR
34°C
40mm
APR
33°C
150mm
MAY
32°C
200mm
JUN
32°C
240mm
JUL
31°C
300mm
AUG
31°C
260mm
SEP
30°C
400mm
OCT
31°C
280mm
NOV
31°C
200mm
DEC
31°C
60mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Friendship Beach

Dry Season

Phuket’s dry season stretches from November to April. The climate is at its best at this time, with hot but comfortable temperatures, gentle breezes, calm seas, and clear blue skies. Weather can be harder to predict in November and April.  

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Phuket is from December to March, when there’s less chance of rain, the air isn't too humid, and cool breezes keep temperatures comfortable. This is high season in Phuket, so there’s plenty to see and do. 

Rainy Season

From May to October, Phuket sees a rise in rainfall, temperatures, and humidity, as well as rougher seas. But there are still plenty of dry spells, and rain rarely lasts all day. Holidays are great value at this time too. 

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
32°C
40mm
FEB
33°C
30mm
MAR
34°C
40mm
APR
33°C
150mm
MAY
32°C
200mm
JUN
32°C
240mm
JUL
31°C
300mm
AUG
31°C
260mm
SEP
30°C
400mm
OCT
31°C
280mm
NOV
31°C
200mm
DEC
31°C
60mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Mai Khao Beach

Dry Season

Phuket’s dry season stretches from November to April. The climate is at its best at this time, with hot but comfortable temperatures, gentle breezes, calm seas, and clear blue skies. Weather can be harder to predict in November and April.  

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Phuket is from December to March, when there’s less chance of rain, the air isn't too humid, and cool breezes keep temperatures comfortable. This is high season in Phuket, so there’s plenty to see and do. 

Rainy Season

From May to October, Phuket sees a rise in rainfall, temperatures, and humidity, as well as rougher seas. But there are still plenty of dry spells, and rain rarely lasts all day. Holidays are great value at this time too. 

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
32°C
40mm
FEB
33°C
30mm
MAR
34°C
40mm
APR
33°C
150mm
MAY
32°C
200mm
JUN
32°C
240mm
JUL
31°C
300mm
AUG
31°C
260mm
SEP
30°C
400mm
OCT
31°C
280mm
NOV
31°C
200mm
DEC
31°C
60mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Nai Yang Beach

Dry Season

Phuket’s dry season stretches from November to April. The climate is at its best at this time, with hot but comfortable temperatures, gentle breezes, calm seas, and clear blue skies. Weather can be harder to predict in November and April.  

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Phuket is from December to March, when there’s less chance of rain, the air isn't too humid, and cool breezes keep temperatures comfortable. This is high season in Phuket, so there’s plenty to see and do. 

Rainy Season

From May to October, Phuket sees a rise in rainfall, temperatures, and humidity, as well as rougher seas. But there are still plenty of dry spells, and rain rarely lasts all day. Holidays are great value at this time too. 

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
32°C
40mm
FEB
33°C
30mm
MAR
34°C
40mm
APR
33°C
150mm
MAY
32°C
200mm
JUN
32°C
240mm
JUL
31°C
300mm
AUG
31°C
260mm
SEP
30°C
400mm
OCT
31°C
280mm
NOV
31°C
200mm
DEC
31°C
60mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Patong Beach

Dry Season

Phuket’s dry season stretches from November to April. The climate is at its best at this time, with hot but comfortable temperatures, gentle breezes, calm seas, and clear blue skies. Weather can be harder to predict in November and April.  

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Phuket is from December to March, when there’s less chance of rain, the air isn't too humid, and cool breezes keep temperatures comfortable. This is high season in Phuket, so there’s plenty to see and do. 

Rainy Season

From May to October, Phuket sees a rise in rainfall, temperatures, and humidity, as well as rougher seas. But there are still plenty of dry spells, and rain rarely lasts all day. Holidays are great value at this time too. 

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
32°C
40mm
FEB
33°C
30mm
MAR
34°C
40mm
APR
33°C
150mm
MAY
32°C
200mm
JUN
32°C
240mm
JUL
31°C
300mm
AUG
31°C
260mm
SEP
30°C
400mm
OCT
31°C
280mm
NOV
31°C
200mm
DEC
31°C
60mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Bangtao Beach

Dry Season

Phuket’s dry season stretches from November to April. The climate is at its best at this time, with hot but comfortable temperatures, gentle breezes, calm seas, and clear blue skies. Weather can be harder to predict in November and April.  

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Phuket is from December to March, when there’s less chance of rain, the air isn't too humid, and cool breezes keep temperatures comfortable. This is high season in Phuket, so there’s plenty to see and do. 

Rainy Season

From May to October, Phuket sees a rise in rainfall, temperatures, and humidity, as well as rougher seas. But there are still plenty of dry spells, and rain rarely lasts all day. Holidays are great value at this time too. 

Excursions in and around Phuket

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Phuket Specialities

This region probably has the widest variety of food options outside Bangkok. The island has in the past been used as a meeting point for many international travellers, who have brought with them influences that can be seen in the cooking.

Southern Thai cuisine has mixed with Malay, Chinese and Indian to produce a wide range of styles and flavours. Southern Thailand makes a lot of use of coconut milk, so in Phuket you should expect to find lots of Panang and massaman curry.

The best examples of local Phuket food are in the restaurants in Phuket Town. It’s particularly good for vegetarians, with the tropical fruit and vegetables grown on the island used with typical spicy Thai flair. Along Ranong Road there’s a stretch of excellent vegetarian restaurants serving Phuket-style dim sum and veggie pad Thai.

Seafood lovers will have almost too muchchoice in Phuket. A favourite dish among Phuket’s Chinese  population is fried oysters served with egg and curry paste, while Kaeng tai plah is a delicious fish curry made with plenty of cumin.

Street Food

Phuket has in recent years gained a reputation for producing top class street food in some very scenic spots. Here you can sit with the locals at roadside pop-up stalls, take in the sunset with a bowl of rice or purchase some fresh fruit from a vendor with a rattan basket.

This type of food is very inexpensive and it’s easy to get a full meal with many different options for under 100 Baht.

Roti

Similar to paratha in India, Thai roti is a type of pancake that you’ll see served by many street vendors. The joy of the roti is that, once made, it can become any meal you wish by your choice of topping. Choose from coconut, meat or vegetables, or for a real treat opt for a stall with flour dumplings packed with almost any filling you like.

Khanom chin

These thin rice noodles are something of a staple in Phuket. Like most Thai food served on the street, you pick your choice of ingredient to go with the noodles – fish, chicken, vegetables – and in five minutes tuck into a fresh meal.

Talad Sod Kaset market

This market is best visited early in the morning, when the locals pick up their cooking ingredients. There are some restaurants scattered about the market serving the likes of rice congee — a type of porridge eaten for breakfast — and spicy roti.

Wildlife

Khao Phra Thaeo Wildlife Park

This area, to the north of the island, is the only significant patch of rainforest on Phuket. Inside the park live tusked wild boar, slow lorises, Malay sun bears and porcupines, among many others.

Phuket’s largest waterfall — Bang Pae — is also here. There are many hiking trails to explore, as well as the Phuket Gibbon Rehabilitation Centre, which rescues the animals from captivity before returning them to the wild.

Scuba diving

Phuket is considered to be one of the best destinations in the world for scuba diving. You can dive straight from the shores of Phuket’s beaches, head further out on a catamaran to a reef, or take a day trip to nearby Phi Phi Island.

This is a brilliant place to pick up your PADI certification to become a qualified diver and it has some of the most breathtaking underwater scenery imaginable. Among the huge coral formations and caves live leopard sharks, pufferfish, angelfish and multi-coloured anemones — more than enough to see for beginners and experienced divers alike.