Top things to do when traveling to Phuket, Thailand.

Nightlife

Siam Indigo

Housed in the 90 year-old bulding, Siam Indigo is the name for a restaurant and bar with a variety of Thai dishes. In the evening, sipping a cocktail and watching Phuket at night will give you a sense of relaxation.

Address: 8 Phang-nga Road, +66 (0)7 625 6697; open from Monday to Saturday, 2pm to midnight.

Ka Jok See

Officially being in operation 10 years ago, this restaurant and bar is a great suggestion for a night in Phuket. Inside the Ka Jok See space exhibits many paintings and sculptures of Thai art. At night, this is also a vibrant space of dance music.

Address: 26 Takua Pa Rd, Phuket Town; +66 (0) 7621 7903; Open from Tuesday to Saturday, 7:30 pm to midnight.

Seduction Beach Club & Disco

Those love modern music will certainly not be disappointed when come here. Seduction has many performances in many style such as Hip Hop, R & B, D.

Address: Soi Bangla, Patong; open daily from10h00 pm to 4h00 am.

Sanaeha Phuket

This place is for those want to enjoy live music performances, a favorite place for the local as well. The band here performs the most popular Thai songs in their own style.

Address: 83, 85, Yaowarat Road, Tambon Talat Yai, Amphoe Mueang Phuket; +66 (0) 7621 8515; Open from Tuesday to Saturday, from 6:00 pm to midnight.

Beaches

Patong

Patong Beach is a very famous beach located west of Phuket. This is considered a beach paradise with full facilities and watersports. Only Patong Beach welcomes millions of visitors from all over the world every year. Patong is also famous for its nightlife and ethnic diversity. In addition to Thai people, there are also Chinese, Malays, and Vietnamese.

Surin

Although famous for its visitors, Surin is not a crowded beach resort, it is like a coastal village. The white sand beach and turquoise water ensure that it is always a destination for tourists and a favorite place for local people.

Nai Yang

The west coast of Phuket is home to the famous beach of calm waves, warm blue water. Nai Yang Beach is a quiet place for couples to stay away from the noisy. It is very close to Phuket airport. Kata Yai and Kata Noi

The beautiful and peaceful Kata Beach with clean blue water and fine sand. Kata is famous for its two beaches, Kata Yai and Kata Noi. North of Kata is a coral reef with colorful coral and fish that extends to Poo Island.

Banana Beach (Haad Hin Kluay)

Situated between Bang Tao beach to the south and Nai Thon to the north, this beach is very close to Trisara Resort. It is hidden away so it is not easy to find out. The best way is to ask local people.

Bang Tao

Stretch over 8 km, Bang Tao is the second longest beach in Phuket and is the paradise of hotels and resorts. This beach really draws the attention of visitors. Long beach and very warm water.

Attractions & entertainments

Watersports

You can rent equipment for watersports easily in Phuket. You can play jet-skiing, scuba diving, windsurfing, etc. Combining these activities and exploring small islands in Phuket will leave you unforgettable memories.

Visiting Buddha statue

Phuket has many Buddhist temples and mosques. The popular one is a 45-meter high Buddha statue in Phuket, at the altitude of 400 meters above sea level.

Phuket FantaSea/Siam Nirimit

Phuket FantaSea is the largest performance on Phuket Island with many dancers, actors, animals ... in the 3,000 seat theater. Before the show, visitors can enjoy a spectacular buffet. Other show also equally majestic is Siam Nirimit with the participation of many famous models, performances of good songs, and dancing.

Splash Jungle Water Park

Opened in 2010, this is one of the most attractive spots in Phuket. Although the area is not large, it is very clean and has a full swimming pool, waterslide and games for children.

Address: Soi Mai Khao 4, Tambon Mai Khao, Amphoe Thalang, Chang Wat; Open daily from 10 am-6pm; Adult fare: 1,295 baht, young children (5-12 years): 650 baht, children under 5 years old: free Phuket weekend market

This market is smaller than the Bangkok Weekend Market. It is open on every Saturdays and Sunday from 9am, with lots of goods. You can buy food, clothing, jewelry, furniture here. Phuket Old Town

Formed in the 19th century, one quarter of the Phuket town area today still has old-fashioned features from the beginning. There are many restaurants, bars and souvenir shops owned by Malaysians and Indians. Chinese temples, cultural museums, monasteries are also here.