Phuket is one of the largest islands in the whole of Thailand. It has a total of 576 square meters. So we’re not surprised when it get slightly overwhelming trying to decide where to stay. There are so many options and each place tells you a different thing. So we’re here to help you out and point you in the right direction.
One of the best bits about going on holiday is exploring new places, and what better way to do that than on a boat. Immerse yourself in nature, soak up the ocean water and look at far as the horizon will go. Here are our 3 favourite types of boats in Phuket and the best ways to use them.
For those of you who have never ever stepped foot on a yoga mat before, heading to a yoga retreat may feel a little intimidating! Our sister resort Atmanjai offers a fully inclusive yoga programme, from morning until evening, so you’ll be sure to find something that suits you!
Low season is just around the corner and we’re feeling it. Just as Songkran ends, this signifies the start of low season. That means cloudy weather, less sunshine and lots more rain. However this isn’t all just doom and gloom. For all the surfers out there, it’s their dream come true. This is the best time for surfers as the winds are strong, the tide is high, the seas are changing and the surf is up!
Want to get away but don’t have anyone to go with? Perhaps your holiday dates don’t match up with your friends or you want to go to different destinations, no matter the reason, that does not mean that your dream holiday is off the table! Don’t let anyone else stop you from your travelling dreams.
Meet any traveller and they’ll either be a Phuket fan or a Bali fan. These two destinations hold many similarities, so it is only natural for people to put them against each other and draw a comparison. Australians often side with Bali purely because it’s around the corner for them. Whereas Russians and Brits hold a soft spot for phuket. We’re going to put these two head to head and see which one comes out best.
If you’re on a fleeting visit to North Phuket and only have 24 hours to spare, what should you do? Well we’ve compiled a list of all of our favourite activities, all the best bits, all the hidden gems and all the things you just can’t miss whilst you’re here in Phuket. We’ve saved you the trouble of scouting out tons of websites to find the right information, so that you can travel and explore with ease!
Some of the best bits about travelling is all the wonderful discoveries you make along the way. Whether it’s shopping at the authentic markets or walking the streets of the old town, you’re constantly immersing yourself in authentic Thai culture. Collecting little pieces of Phuket and gifts for your friends and family are what is going to help you remember your trip forever and let you bring your little slice of Phuket back home with you.
Phuket is built on tourism, it’s an absolute tourist hub that lives and breathes tourism. However the tourist industry differs throughout the year in Phuket. During high season, from the months of November to April, Phuket is heaving with Russian tourists. There are tons of Russian expats all year round but especially Russian tourists during the high season months. This is primarily because this is the winter months in Russia and can reach -20 degrees…. No wonder why they all flea to some place warmer!
If you’re here in Phuket or travelling here soon, the chances are you’ll be heading to Phi Phi island, also known as Koh Phi Phi. This is most probably one of the most famous islands and travel destinations in the whole of Thailand. Since the film ‘The Beach’ was filmed on the stunning Maya Bay, this island has become the must-visit place whilst in Phuket.