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Phuket is a within a rainforest region with mountains, the island lies within the Andaman Sea and featuring popular beaches which lie beyond clear waters of the western shore, several high-end seaside resorts, restaurants and a number of spas. The city itself is crowded by busy markets and old shophouses, with Patong being the main resort town (finely loaded with night clubs, discos houses and bars). The island of Phuket is a beautiful historical old town with great viewpoints and exciting cultural attractions like the Phang Nga Bay and the Phi Phi Islands.

 

Where to go in Phuket

While Phuket boasts of the most beautiful beaches worldwide, the city is better known for its culinary background, here, you get to enjoy hundreds of different meals made available in restaurants or in street corners.

 

Visit Phang Nga Bay: the Phang Nga Bay is decorated with limestone karsts that bulge vertically from the emerald-green water, popular spots include the James Bond Island and Ko Panyi, to get a full experience, go on a boat trip from the northern end of Phuket, cruising through the dramatic limestone islands, making sure to stop frequently so as to enjoy quiet beaches.

 

Kata Noi Beach: The Kata Noi beach is a small bay not too far from the Kata beach with a breathtaking scenery that is instantly relaxing, take some time to walk along the beautiful sands and take a deep in the waters (try to plan your visit for anytime from November till April, it's usually safer to swim during this time), look across the Karon, Kata and Kata Noi bays.

 

The Chalong Bay Rum Distillery: rum lovers out there are bound to have a thrilling time at the Chalong Bay Rum Distillery, the company that produces high-end white rum gradually gaining popularity worldwide. Take a trip round the distillery and learn everything you can about rum production. Then a trip to the cocktail workshop and bar where you learn techniques for making cocktails like the Chalong Bay Rum, take a few glasses and get the groove going.

 

The Phuket Big Buddha: The Big Buddha is one of the most famous landmarks in Phuket. It seats right on top of the Nakkerd Hills (it is forty-five meters tall and very eye-catchy even from very far away). The statue itself is awe-inspiring and not to mention the 360-degree bird eye view of the entire island. It is an experience that shouldn't be missed if you are ever on the island.

 

Where to eat in Phuket

Try the Tom Yung Goong which is essentially a mixture of spicy prawns and sour soup (arguably one of the most popular Thai dishes, stop at the Ang Seafood Restaurant for a good serving). The Mee Hokkien noodle is basically stir-fried noodle with prawn, the secret to this meal are the thick yellow fried noodles, the prawns, squid, pork, and bean sprouts which combine to make this meal unforgettable. Enjoy a full plate served with sambal chilli and a dash of lime juice.

 

Where to stay in Phuket

Phuket is a wonderful vacation spot with a variety of affordable hotels, exotic residences as well as resort-like accommodation furnished with spas. Plenty of options are available for booking on Hotels.com.

Hotels.com features 2,357 hotels with some of the best Hotels in Phuket, Thailand and 70052 genuine reviews to ensure that you get the best hotel that suits your needs perfectly. Some of the best hotels in Phuket include Horizon Karon Beach Resort and Spa, Mandarava Resort and Spa Karon Beach, Movenpick Resort & Spa Karon Beach Phuket, the Centara Grand Beach Resort Phuket and many more.

 

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