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Phuket

Epic Travel Guide to Phuket

Often referred as The Pearl of the Andaman Sea, Phuket is Thailand’s largest island and one of the oldest cities in the country. The picturesque bay with its impressive coastline has attracted people for decades to explore this exotic part of southeast Asia – and for a good reason.

Featuring long stretches of golden sandy beach strung together with unique rock formations it’s a perfect place to escape the busy mainland. While some parts of this large island tend to get pretty crowded during the high season, there is still a traditional and authentic side of Phuket to discover – and of course it means there is always something to see and do.

Phuket is easy to reach thanks to its international airport. Cheap flights are possible from many major airline hubs, both domestically and internationally. Phuket Town also has a main bus terminal that sees buses arriving and departing throughout the day and night from every corner of Thailand. If you prefer sea travel you can reach Phuket affordably by a ferry departing from Krabi, Koh Phi Phi and Koh Lanta.

Whether you’re looking to party through the night or enjoy the tranquility and beauty of Phuket, our comprehensive guide has you covered.

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Thaijunkie2 months ago
Fast-food Thailand style!
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The language barrier appears yet again
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Thaijunkie2 months ago
I have Definitely been here before
Have you?
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Thaijunkie2 months ago
Drink prices have certainly dropped in Pattaya. Glass of Sangsom with a mixer starts at 10 baht (0.32 USD).
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Thaijunkie2 months ago
It's all fun and games until the monkey runs away with your $600 GoPro. 🐒
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2 months ago
As of now, there's a total of 38 hotels offering the Alternative State Quarantine stay, with prices ranging from 29,000 baht ($920) to 220,000 baht ($7000) for a 14-day stay.
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