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8 Best places to visit in Phuket Beaches

Long tailed boat at sea in Phuket

Phuket is known as an island paradise with beautiful beaches like masterpieces of nature and famous delicious seafood. In addition to the beautiful natural scenery, Phuket has many interesting recreational services such as fishing, paragliding and jet skiing. Traveling to Phuket, you will have the opportunity to watch Muay Thai, you can walk around the old town, enjoy street food or be satisfied with the Simon Phuket Cabaret show.

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Phang Nga Bay

View from above Phang Nga Bay
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It can be said that Phang Nga is the Ha Long Bay of Thailand, attractive with vertical limestone mountains of all shapes and sizes standing out against the turquoise sea. James Bond Island and the fishing village of Koh Panyee are two popular tourist attractions in the bay. Perhaps the best way to enjoy the breathtaking views of Phang Nga Bay without having to deal with the crowds of tourists at James Bond and Koh Panyee is by taking a cruise from northern Phuket. The train will take you for a walk around the limestone mountains where you can enjoy the immense scenery of heaven and earth and sometimes stop by deserted beaches for you to rest and mingle with the heavens and earth.

Koh Tapoo – called Jame Bond Island

Koh Tapoo or Jame Bond island
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Koh Tapoo is often known to tourists as James Bond Island because it appeared in the episode “The man with the Golden Gun” (1974) of the movie series about the dashing and talented spy guy 007. Definitely a check-in point that anyone coming to Phuket must visit once.

This Thai beach is not far from Phuket tourist paradise, visitors can come to this beautiful and unspoiled coast. The island is surrounded by green tropical forest, the terrain here is quite rich, there are many caves, white sand sea and green forest … is an attractive place for you to explore and visit.

Koh Panyee

This small cliff-based village attracts tourists with its unique roofs which are built entirely on wooden poles driven straight down to the shore. This is also often the lunch stop on tours around Phang Nga Bay.

Aerial view of Koh Panyee village, Phang Nga Province
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People in Koh Panyee are mainly Muslim. In the past, fishing was the only job of the residents of Koh Panyee, but today only a few people still follow the profession. In the village, there are schools, churches and medical stations. To stop at Koh Panyee, you can enjoy fresh seafood meals at a reasonable price, or you can also buy local crafts as gifts.

If you love sports, you can buy a kayak tour and explore Phang Nga Bay in a more adventurous way.

Patong Beach

Patong is Phuket’s busiest, busiest and loudest place. About 2.5 km long, Patong beach is a chain of restaurants located next to each other, hotels, bars… If you are a party person, like the bustling red and blue lights, then Patong is the perfect choice. perfect.

Aerial view Patong Beach, Phuket
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Surprise is the feeling that probably anyone feels when they first set foot in Patong. Here everything is always within a few steps which is a dreamlike beach, shopping delights and no shortage of restaurants to stop by after tiring walks. However, if you want to find something with bold traditional colors of Thailand and Patong is not the ideal destination.

Wat Chaithararam

Wat Chaithararam, Phuket
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Built in 1837 Wat Chalong is the largest of the 29 Buddhist temples in Phuket. That is about 10 kilometers south of central Phuket. Wat Chalong is open from 7am to 5pm. If you want to explore the temple scene, the best time to visit Wat Chalong is on weekdays. On weekends and holidays, It is usually very crowded, but you can see the rituals of the local people. Phuket people often come here to pray and put gold leaf on the Buddha statues to pay their respects.

Phuket Big Buddha

Located on the top of Nakkerd Hill, northwest of Chalong and the Big Buddha is one of the most attractive destinations when traveling to Phuket. The Buddha statue is clad in Myanmar’s famous marble, is 45 meters high and can be seen from a distance of up to 20 kilometers away.

Often crowded with tourists, but the air is airy and the bells are clear, Big. Buddha still gives you a pleasant and refreshing feeling. It is also the perfect observatory, allowing you to enjoy the panoramic view of Kata Bay through the golden sand of Karon and extending to Chalong Bay.

Aerial view of Big Buddha Phuket
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Started in 2004 and completed in 2014, the cost of this third-tallest statue in Thailand was 100 million baht and largely due to donations.

There are many ways to get to Big Buddha, but the most popular is to hire a taxi or tuk-tuk. These two types of vehicles will be very convenient for large groups. Alternatively, you can also walk to Big Buddha from Karon via a 2.5-km-long forest road with breathtaking views, starting at Soi Patak 14 and taking about 1 hour. You need to arrange a reasonable time and remember to bring lots of water!

Phi Phi Islands

View of Loh Samah Bay, Phi Phi island
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Phi Phi Island can be considered as the dream beauty of Phuket. With attractive long coastlines and green palm forests, Koh Phi Phi can appeal to any tourist. The two main islands of Phi Phi Islands are Phi Phi Don and Phi Phi Leh.

While Phi Phi Don is considered a hedonistic paradise where tourists immerse themselves in all-night parties on soft smooth sands, Phi-Phi Leh is more quiet and suitable for those who like to be alone. Immerse yourself in the rich nature with coral reefs and crystal clear water or take a train to watch the sunset.

Old Town Phuket 

Before overflowing with shimmering resorts Phuket was an island of rubber forests, tin mines and money-hungry merchants. Attracting investors from Saudi Arabia, China, India, Portugal and Phuket becomes a place of cultural interference.

Phuket Old Town
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Today, not only a testimony to history, the ancient city is also considered a colorful art center. Old houses have been restored to become both classic and modern cafes. Lovely murals make walking around the city more interesting.

Between the days of immersing yourself in the blue sea and white sand, enjoying the peaceful feeling in the old town of Phuket is a worthwhile experience. To walk around the city to see the typical Chinese-Portuguese architecture of Phuket, enjoy a cup of fragrant coffee in the middle of a unique ancient space, visit art galleries, satisfy the taste buds with dishes only available in Phuket or indulge in local bars.

Soi Bangla

Soi Bangla will completely molt at sunset. At night, Soi Bangla becomes a pedestrian city and the entire 400m-long street becomes a festival of neon lights, loud music and noisy beer bars.

Soi Bangla, Phuket
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If you want a fun night out in Phuket, Soi Bangla should be your first stop. Here you can also enjoy countless street performances such as magic, and dancing. Of course, on this street you will also encounter many offers of pole dancing shows or performances of transgender people gender.

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