Phuket Largest of All Island in Thailand Most Popular – Quickly and Easily
Welcome to Phuket , this is the largest of all Island in Thailand, and also the most popular. Phuket is an exquisite island with it stunning mountains, grimy beaches, jungles, and located in the heart of the Andaman Sea, the island is surrounded with crystal free waters, just perfect for snorkelling and diving.
Phuket island is allied to the mainland via the Saracen Bridge, so it is easy to reach from everywhere. Phuket International Airport is well connected.
The High Season in Phuket is typically great, the high season is from October to May, but if you travel in the other months it is still ok and no as crowded as during high season, temperature drops a little.
Haute Retreats offers a great selection of villas in Phuket like Villa Horizon, Villa Paradiso, and others beautiful properties.
Our concierge service located in the area will be happy to assist you in arranging a boat tour and explore the Phi Phi Island, Racha Yai Island and the Similan Islands for a snorkelling one day trip.
How are Phuket Beaches?
Not many islands have so many great beaches. It is a 540 square km island and the most beautiful ones are the limelight of Patong and the remote shoreline located North of Phuket.
Patong Beach is the most popular. There are restaurants and night life. Patong Beach stretches for 3000 metres and it is a white sanded beach.
Sharon Beach stretches all the way to Kata, perfect for families.
Kata Beach is south of Karon, and you can find many activities and there is a nice coral reef to explore.
Challenge Bay is the main beach full of vessels, casual restaurants, dive shops, fishing charters Internet shops and Yoga and Reiki centers.
A day tour in Jumeirah Phuket is a must do thing. Guests can enjoy their fullest while relishing its sandy beaches and allow waters. It is situated on the North East coast and creates a splendid landscape as it is surrounded by the shallow waters of sandy beaches and Andaman Sea. It is the one of the magnificent scenery of Phang Nga Bay.
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