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Best Things To Do In Phuket

Must-see top attractions in 2020

Wondering what the best things to do in Phuket are? The popularity of this amazing island comes from the incredibly vast range of activities and tours, from fantastic beaches and natural wonders to glittering temples and human-made attractions.

Phang Nga Bay is an absolute must-do, with jaw-dropping limestone cliffs and flooded caves. Phi Phi islands are everyone’s second favourite even though it can be a little crowded. The 45 meters high Big Buddha of Phuket is also on everyone’s list, and it is not difficult to reach. Walking with the elephants to help them escape a life of hard labour is the next big thing in Phuket and is growing fast in popularity.

Our recommendation is to plan just a few day trips in advance, then once in Phuket, and you can adjust your plan according to your mood (or the weather). You can book those day trips once here, they are usually cheaper and can be booked directly from your hotel, in the street or one of the many travel agencies. We added information on each item.

Note that some tours may look more expensive than others, but those usually offer a better experience: less crowded, better service and overall: a better experience.

With so much to choose from, it may be challenging to fit everything in once holiday. So to make your travel planning a lot easier, we listed here a list must-do in Phuket sorted by popularity. Some of them are on the island itself, some of them are around the island, but easily accessible in a day.

Things To Do In Phuket

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