PHUKET ISLAND

Phuket, the biggest island of Thailand, is one of the hottest travel destinations in the world. Some beautiful white sandy beaches surrounded by Palm and Coconut trees constitute the landscape of this beautiful island. There are both kinds of beaches in Phuket. Some bustle with leisurely activities of tourists like the famous Patong beach, while some are serene and tranquil, like Kamala beach.
Apart from the famous beaches, Phuket also has some ancient Buddhist temples and Chinese shrines, for those who are fond to explore historical places. Wat Chalong and Wat Phra Nang Sang temples are among the most visited temples. There are many coral islands around Phuket too.
There is no dearth of leisurely and adrenaline-pumping adventurous activities on this Island. Activities like Elephant safari into the tropical forests of Thailand and a host of water sports offered on the beach add to the recreational quotient of Phuket. And add to this the yummiest of all seafood served in the restaurants along the beaches. With a bustling nightlife and a host of partying places, the fun doesn’t seem to stop in Phuket.
For tourists looking for an in expensive travel package to get the true Thai experience, Phuket offers it all. With a wide range of budget hotels and comparatively cheaper bars and eating joints, more tourists prefer this beautiful island to Bali. For shopping, along with the small shops along the patong beach, which offer cheaper goods, there are also big malls like Junkceylon mall and Central Carnival Mallin Phuket, which house international brands.
Whether it’s strolling bare feet on the soft sand of the beaches, or jet skiing on the beautiful Arabian see or walking leisurely and enjoying the beautiful weather in the market along Patong beach, Phuket offers many memorable experiences to cherishPhuketHotel Apart from the famous beaches, Phuket also has some ancient Buddhist temples and Chinese shrines, for those who are fond to explore historical places. Wat Chalong and Wat Phra Nang Sang temples are among the most visited temples.

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