Festivals in Thailand are an important part of Phuket life as the largest island in the kingdom is rich with history. The calendar is filled with traditional festivals and newly created events all year.
With its picture-perfect coastline of powdery beaches and green-tinted waters, Phuket has no shortage of vantage points. The best part is that you don’t need to hike across the island to find them. From sunset spots to panorama viewpoints, here are five lookouts to find the best view in Phuket.
Wondering what to do in Phuket? Feeling the crunch of sand between your toes, checking out the old town awash with cute little cafes, or diving into ebullient nightlife – you could explore this popular speck in south Thailand for weeks and wouldn’t run out of things to see and do.
Phuket is blessed with staggering coastlines. From quiet shores to beaches buzzing with activity, visitors to this pearl in the Andaman Sea can choose from over 30 beaches.
Rainbow flags, bare skin, loud and visual reminders of love – gay pride is just around the corner. A celebration to promote queer joy and fight for equal rights, the pride month spans the month of June each year.
Vibe the night with DJ SOSHINE Dance to the vocals of ZYMONE of The VOICE THAILAND SS5 Be in AWE with the Winner of Drag Race Thailand SS1 …
Fine dining in Phuket on the Moon Terrace is one of the most romantic experiences in Kata. Enjoy an al fresco dinner and watch the sun sink orange.
With 44 beaches, first-time visitors to Phuket are spoilt for choice. If you wonder where to stay in Phuket, read this guide on the island’s best areas.
Phuket transportation can be a bit tricky. To save you the research, we’ve rounded up the best ways to get around Thailand’s largest island.