Phuket – Things to do

Phuket Attractions

The wonderful thing about Phuket is that there is always something to do – on and off the island, come rain or shine, and regardless of your age and ability. From chilling on your beach of choice to adrenaline activities, and from romance to party revelry – the list of things to do is practically endless. Many of the hotels have in-house spas which are just perfect for an indulgent treatment. Try your hand at some of the watersports available to you, or perhaps take a class in Muay Thai Boxing, yoga or cooking. When you are ready to explore further; discover the abundance of stunning beaches, delve into the rich history of Old Phuket Town and don’t forget to sample the fantastic dining and nightlife choices.


Phuket beaches

Few islands can boast such an abundance of beautiful beaches as Phuket.

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Phi Phi Island

An exhilarating 45 minute speedboat journey will take you to the idyllic Phi Phi Islands. Discover the famous Viking Cave, named for its mysterious cave paintings, and admire the glittering waters and breathtaking cliffs of Pileh Cove. When you’ve finished exploring, relax on the heavenly white beaches or cool off in the alluring turquoise waters where you will come close to the islands’ vibrant marine life.

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Phuket Old Town

Phuket Old Town

Step back in time with a stroll around the historic area of Phuket City. Its ornate buildings and colourful temples make Phuket Old Town a vibrant contrast to the island’s beaches. You’ll find ample opportunity for shopping and sampling local dishes, but the area really comes alive on a Sunday evening with the night market. Make the most of your visit by downloading an online walking tour before you go.

Phang Nga Bay and James Bond Island

Have your own James Bond adventure at the iconic Phang Nga Bay, made famous by the classic film The Man with the Golden Gun. This UNESCO World Heritage site is made up of dramatic limestone rock formations rising out of dazzling green waters. Discover local villages, rubber plantations and a Buddhist temple, or journey through the mangroves on a long tailed boat. Keep an eye out for monkeys and tropical birds.

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The calm waters of the Andaman Sea are ideal for snorkelling, particularly between November and April. We have found that Naithon Beach and Merlin Beach are some of the best spots.

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Delicious Thai Food

A typical Thai meal emphasises lightly prepared dishes with strong, aromatic components and includes four main seasonings: salty, sweet, sour and spicy.