Top 10 Interesting Places to Visit in Phuket, Thailand

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Top 10 Interesting Places to Visit in Phuket, Thailand

Phuket is one of the most popular places in Thailand among tourists. This island is perfect for beach and sea lovers. In this article the below we've sharing with You Top 10 Best Phuket Attractions:

Phuket is a province of Thailand and regarded as the Pearl of The Andaman. It is Thailand’s largest island and has been regarded as one of the most popular tourist destination in the country. Its deep-sea diving, high-end dining and white beaches are some of the Most Favorite Attractions here. Tourists will surely love the rich heritage in the island as mirrored by its temples and wonderful museums, remarkable religious and cultural structures. Aside from these, breathtaking natural attractions can also be accessed.

Top 10 Phuket Attractions:

Phuket Attractions

Phuket Attractions

Phang Nga Bay

A distinctive feature of Phang Nga Bay are the sheer limestone karsts that jut vertically out of the emerald-green water. James Bond Island and Koh Panyee are just two of the more famous spots in this bay. By far the best means of enjoying the spectacular scenery, with only brief encounters with the tourist crowds at James Bond and Koh Panyee, is to take one of the boat trips from the northern end of Phuket.

Bangla Road

Bangla Road is Patong’s liveliest party zone and famous for its fun-filled nightlife. It is considered to be the heart of Phuket’s nightlife and is one of the island’s popular attractions.

Colorful Nightlife

Patong has an infamous reputation for it’s ‘colorful’ nightlife and everyone should experience the beer bars, discos and go-go bars of Soi Bangla (the main strip) at least once in their life.

Ko Nang Yuan

Ko Nang Yuan is a tiny island very close to Ko Tao. It is a popular day trip from Ko Tao, so its beautiful beaches can be crowded at times. But it’s a pretty island and its clear waters are perfect for snorkeling and scuba diving. To visit this island, travelers who are not staying on Ko Nang Yuan must pay a 100 baht fee. The island does have one dive resort for travelers who prefer to stay on this small island.

Flying Hanuman

The Flying Hanuman is an Eco-adventure that provides a totally wonderful and exciting zip line course. Tourists and locals will surely love these outdoor adventure and the adrenaline rush combined with the natural beauty of Phuket.

Big Buddha

Sat on his mountaintop is always awe-inspiring, it is huge and can be spotted from most places in the south of the island. It is even more impressive from the top and there are some brilliant viewpoints all the way up the mountain, not just from the summit.

Kata and Karon Beaches

Two of Phuket’s most popular beaches are the Karon and the Kata Beach. Karon offers a number of budget guesthouses, restaurants and bars not to mention a wide beach side avenue that is perfect for evening strolls and shopping. Kata is very popular for families with its white sands, clear waters, palm-lined beach, great restaurants, and lively nightlife.

Phi Phi Island

Phi Phi Island is Phuket’s island-superstar with its alluring and picturesque setting. The islands are surrounded with towering cliffs and beach-fronted jungle, perfect for a relaxing vacation.

Patong Beach Nightlife

Patong Beach Nightlife

Phanom Rung

Sitting on an extinct volcano in northeastern Thailand, Phanom Rung is a Hindu temple regarded for its outstanding architecture. Located near the village of Nang Rong, this temple sanctuary was built by the Khmer culture between the 10th and 13th centuries. Constructed of sandstone and laterite, Phanom Rung was built to represent Mount Kailash, the sacred home of Shiva.

Similan Islands

This group of rocks and islands lies 90 minutes by speedboat off the coast of Phang-Nga, or eight or more hours by slow boat from Phuket. The area was declared a Marine National Park in 1982 and consequently remains largely undeveloped. Derived from the Malay term ‘sembilan’, meaning ‘nine’, Similan refers to the nine main islands in the group. The waters surrounding the Similans are teeming with tropical fish, colourful coral, and offer exceptional underwater visibility. As a result, the diving is generally considered to be the best in the region, and compares favourably with some of the best in the world.

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