Phuket is also known as the pearl of the Andaman, the largest island in Thailand. With a coastal line that stretches along the sandy rocky formations, it has drawn people to the island for many years. While tourism may be popular, there is still a very strong sense of tradition and a magnificent list of temples, as well as stunning viewpoints to visit.
Visit a local shop specializing in handmade beauty products.
Visit a Thai temple.
Sail with a longtail boat to experience a delicious lunch at the floating restaurant on the sea.
Explore the historical and cultural quarter of Phuket and get a sense of peace at the most spectacular viewpoints.
Sail in a traditional wooden craft ‘Ruea hang yao’ or longtail boat to the restaurant.
Experience unique local fresh seafood dishes with spectacular views at the floating restaurant on the Andaman sea.
Sightseeing around the historical city.
Visit a local shop for award-winning body care and spa products.
Spot fascinating blends of culture between Thai and Chinese influences, as well as visiting the famous Sunday Walking Street Market.
Wander around colourful sights at the most historical town on the island.