The magic of Thailand's largest island, Phuket, is the stuff of dreams for holidaymakers and expatriates alike.
Kathu and Thalang
Things to do Here’s a great sporting activity for the speed-lover: Phuket Wake Park, situated beside a tropical garden in Kathu. You can try knee boards, double skis, slalom (single) skis,
Various place in Phuket
Things to do If you have the time and inclination, why not rent a motorcycle or car and explore Phuket Island independently?
Chalong and Kathu
Things to do Go-karting offers a behind-the-wheel adventure using specially designed vehicles to race around a track.
Things to do Phuket now offers you the chance to do exactly this. It’s called parasailing. The parasail is a specially designed parachute which you wear, and which is then towed behind a...
Things to do A headland on the extreme southern end of Phuket, Cape Phromthep is the most popular of all Phuket’s viewpoints. There are walking paths from the cliffs to the water's edge...
Things to do Sapan Hin is a public park located by the sea at the end of Phuket Road. There’s an old dredger-shaped monument called (somewhat unimaginatively) the ‘60 Year Mine Monument’, which...
Things to do Sea Canoes make a silent exploration of beautiful tidal sea caves and remote tropical coastlines, promoting alternative non-polluting marine leisure activity.
Kalim, Kata, Mai Khao, Nai Harn, Patong and Naithon
Things to do Yes, there's surfing in Phuket! The waves at most beaches, while not huge, are predictable and fun to ride during the southwest monsoon season (May to October).
Things to do Wat Phra Tong is also a popular attraction for both visitors and local residents. Phra Tong means “Golden Buddha”.
Things to do As the name Windmill Viewpoint suggests, this hilltop boasts a modern windmill – the only one on the island
WINDOW on Phuket