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Phuket Resort and Hotels

Phuket is Thailand 's largest island, approximately the size of Singapore. Phuket nestles in balmy Andaman Sea waters on Thailand's Indian Ocean coastline 862 kilometres south of Bangkok.

Phuket formerly derives its wealth from tin and rubber, and enjoyed a rich and colourful history. The island was on one of the major trading routes between India and China, and was frequently mentioned in foreign trader's ship logs.
The Portuguese, French, Dutch and English traded with Phuket. Other visitors were less friendly. Phuket's most famous monument is the memorial statue of the heroines Thao Thepkasattri and Thao Sisunthon, who rallied islanders in 1785 to repel Burmese invaders.

Phuket is blessed with magnificent coves and bays, powdery, palm-fringed white beaches, sparkling island-dotted seas, sincerely hospitable people, superb accommodations and seafood, delightful turn-of-the-century Sino-Portuguese architecture; numerous sporting and leisure opportunities; a lush tropical landscape - all of which combine to create a delightful ambience for truly memorable holidays.

Phuket Hotels : Climate
Phuket has two major seasons: the Rains Season from May through October, and the Hot Season from November through April. There are many sunny days throughout the Rains Season: showers customarily last little more than 2 or 3 hours. September is the wettest month. The best months are November through February. Average temperatures range between 22 and 34 degrees Celsius.

Phuket Once in a lifetime you have to visit Phuket, the largest island in Thailand and most popular destination after Bangkok. Phuket is Thailand’s largest island, approximately the size of Singapore. Lying 862 kms. south of Bangkok, Phuket is nestled in the balmy waters of Andaman Sea, Thailand’s portion of the Indian Ocean. Phuket is blessed with magnificent coves and bays, palm-fringed powdery white beaches and sparkling island-dotted seas.


Patong Beach

Hotel Name
Rates Thai Baht
Rates US$
Area
Absolute Sea Pearl Beach Resort 2,100 US$ 52 Patong Beach
Amari Coral Beach Resort 4,200 US$ 105 Patong Beach
Baan Lai Mai Beach Resort 1,600 US$ 40 Patong Beach
Baan Nern Sai Resort 950 US$ 24 Patong Beach
Baan Sukhothai Hotel 1,500 US$ 37 Patong Beach
Baan Yin Dee Resort 5,000 US$ 125 Patong Beach
BanThai Beach Resort 3,700 US$ 93 Patong Beach
Burasari Resort 3,000 US$ 75 Patong Beach
Hyton Leelavadee Hotel 1,380 US$ 34 Patong Beach
Patong Beach Hotel 2,900 US$ 72 Patong Beach
Phuket Graceland Resort & Spa 2,500 US$ 62 Patong Beach
Poppa Palace Hotel 1,250 US$ 31 Patong Beach
The Royal Paradise Hotel 1,600 US$ 40 Patong Beach
Impiana Phuket Cabana 3,500 US$ 87 Patong Beach
Seaview Patong 2,100 US$ 52 Patong Beach
Swiss-Belhotel Thara Resort & Spa 1,800 US$ 45 Patong Beach
The Hilltop Hotel 1,500 US$ 36 Patong Beach
       


Karon Beach

Hotel Name Rates Thai Baht Rates US$ Area
Andaman Seaview 2,000 US$ 50 Karon Beach
Andaman Cannacia Resort 2,200 US$ 55 Karon Beach
Baan Karonburi 1,400 US$ 35 Karon Beach
Central Karon Village Phuket     Karon Beach
Central Waterfront Suites     Karon Beach
C.S.Resort 1,000 US$ 25 Karon Beach
Diamond Cottage Resort & Spa 2,200 US$ 55 Karon Beach
Karon Beach Resort 2,800 US$ 70 Karon Beach
Phuket Orchid Resort 2,050 US$ 51 Karon Beach
Woraburi Phuket Resort & Spa 2,600 US$ 65 Karon Beach
       


Kata Beach

Hotel Name Rates Thai Baht Rates US$ Area
Kata Beach Resort 2,800 US$ 70 Kata Beach
Kata Minta 1,200 US$ 30 Kata Beach
Kata Palm Resort & Spa 1,400 US$ 35 Kata Beach
KataThani Phuket Beach Resort 4,700 US$ 117 Kata Beach
Peach Hill Hotel & Resort 1,500 US$ 37 Kata Beach
Orchidacea Resort 1,600 US$ 40 Kata Beach
The Smile Inn Kata Beach 800 US$ 20 Kata Beach
Tropical Garden Resort 1,500 US$ 36 Kata Beach
       


Phuket Town

Hotel Name Rates Thai Baht Rates US$ Area
       
Imperial Hotel 650 US$ 16 Phuket Town
       


Laguna Beach - Thalang

Hotel Name Rates Thai Baht Rates US$ Area
       
Dusit Laguna Resort Hotel     Thalang
Mission Hills Golf Resort & Spa 2,900 US$ 73 Thalang
       


Nai Thon Beach

Hotel Name Rates Thai Baht Rates US$ Area
       
Naithonburi Beach Resort 1,900 US$ 47 Nai Thon
       


Bang Tao Beach

Hotel Name Rates Thai Baht Rates US$ Area
       
Andaman Bangtao Bay Resort 1,900 US$ 47 Bang Tao Bay
Layan Beach Resort & Spa Village 4,400 US$ 110 Bang Tao Beach
Rydges Amora Beach Resorts Phuket 4,000 US$ 100 Bang Tao Beach
       


Cape Panwa

Hotel Name Rates Thai Baht Rates US$ Area
       
Cape Panwa Hotel 2,600 US$ 65 Panwa Beach
The Bay Hotel 1,600 US$ 40 Panwa Beach
       


Nai Yang Beach

Hotel Name Rates Thai Baht Rates US$ Area
       
Arahmas Resort & Spa 4,100 US$ 102 Nai Yang Beach
Nai Yang Beach Resort 1,000 US$ 25 Nai Yang Beach
       


Bon Island

Hotel Name Rates Thai Baht Rates US$ Area
       
The Evason Phuket 5,650 US$ 141 Bon Island
       


Kamala Beach

Hotel Name Rates Thai Baht Rates US$ Area
       
The Aquamarine resort & Spa 2,640 US$ 66 Kamala Beach
Thiwa Ratri Resort & Spa 3,100 US$ 77 Kamala Beach
       


Koh Lone

Hotel Name Rates Thai Baht Rates US$ Area
       
Baan Mai Cottage & Restaurant 3,300

US$ 82

Koh Lone
       
The Beaches of Phuket are famous for not only the pristine beaches and clear-blue seas but also for the activities and life that make the atmosphere exciting yet relaxing.The following is a brief description of some of the best beaches of Phuket.

Patong Beach
This is Phuket's central tourist and night- time entertainment district. Over the years, Patong has turned from a fishing village into one of the island's two cities. The famous bay and 4 km. beach is know as a centre of entertainment with restaurants catering to every nationality. Live music can be found in most pubs and bars. Accommodations range from budget to five-star. Shopping opportunities appear to be endless. In addition, there are many tour companies waiting to help visitors plan their vacations. Some of the options available are
listed below. Among the larger attractions are :

Pirate's Cove
36 holes of miniature golf. 2 courses to choose from : The Jungle Course or Blackbeard's Challenge. Internationally rated; fast food restaurant and bar. Located on Song Roi Pi Rd., the next road back from the beach, next to Holiday Inn Hotel. Oopen 10:00 a.m. - 11.00 p.m.

Phuket Water Ski Cableways
An inland water skiing course on a man-made lake. Skiers are pulled round the oval track at speeds of up to 30 kph by overhead cables. Instruction is free for beginners. Located over the hill northeast of Patong at 86/3 Moo 6 Soi Nam Tok Kathu, near Kathu Waterfall.

Simon Cabaret
This transvestite show features dozens of gorgeously appareled boys dancing and lipsynching to popular songs. Costumes, choreography and pacing are very impressive; sound system and staging are state-of-the-art. Two shows nightly. Located on Patong-Karon road.

Tarzan's Jungle Bungy Jump
Jump from the top of a 53 m. crane toward a pond while connected to a long elastic bungy cord; very exhilarating.
Note : This is not recommended for the aged, the infirm, or those with chronic heart problem.

Tarzan's Catapult Bungy
It uses an elastic cord similar to the one mentioned above, but relies upon a catapult to shoot customer up in the air.Located on Soi Sunset at Patong Beach, near the Expat Hotel.

Patong Go-Kart Speedway
A well planned raceway and high-powered go-karts await go-karting enthusiasts.
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Phuket Joyland
It is an amusement park with many different attractions, located in the same area of Phuket Water Ski Cableways.
Open daily from 11:00 p.m. - 2:00 a.m.

Horror House
Located at Patong, features scene from 16 famous horror movies.
Open 5:00 p.m. - 12.00 p.m.

Kalim Beach
This beach is really a continuation north of Patong's strand, from which it is separated by some rocks. It is not yet developed and thus affords some privacy. At the back of the beach are accommodations. The waters contain extensive coral reefs.

Kamala Beach
Kamala is a Muslim fishing village north of Patong. Tourist development on the beach much of which is covered by a Muslim graveyard and a police outpost has been slow in coming. Buffalo herds still come down to the beach to cool off in the afternoon. The beach is beautiful and about 2 kms in length. There are accommodations ranging from guesthouse to international class, and a number of small Thai restaurants specializing in seafood for the tourist. Kamala is the perfect place to get away from it all and has little entertainment to offer which is easly available in nearby Patong. Regular bus service to and from Phuket Town during daytime; tuk-tuk service available to Patong, 5 kms away on the new road.

Rawai Beach
Site of the Chao Ley or Sea Gipsy village, many restaurants , bungalows, shell handicraft shops, and fishing boats and charter boats to the nearby islands. The beach itself is suitable for swimming. Rawai is 7 kms.west of Chalong Circle.

Kata Beach
The smallest of Phuket's three main tourist beaches, Kata is different in appearance and style from Karon or Patong. The beach itself is broad and curving, and structures bordering it are low-rise. The waters are perfect for swimming, and at the north end is a coral reef with many varied corals and fishes which stretches out toward Poo Island about 1/2 km off shore. Facilities for every price range include hotels, bungalows, tour companies, restaurants, bars and clubs. There is regular bus service to and from Phuket town during daytime.

Kata Noi Beach
South of Kata is Kata Noi, a smaller beach with only a few hotels and little other development. The beach is superb. Many fish inhabit the rocks and corals along the beaches shoreline stretching south. To get there take the narrow beach road up over the hill from Kata.

Karon Beach
The second largest of Phuket's principal tourist beaches. Large resort complexes line the road back of the beach, but the strand itself, long and broad, has no development. The sand is very white, and squeaks audibly when walked on. The southern point has a fine coral reef stretching toward Kata and Poo Island. Restaurants, bars, tour companies and other non-hotel businesses are at the north end, near the traffic circle, and at the south, on the little road connecting the back road with the beach road. The narrow road between Kata and Karon has a number of small businesses as well as the Dino Park Mini Golf facility. Karon is the most upscale of Phuket's beaches. Regular daytime bus service to and from Phuket Town.

Nai Harn Beach
A popular swimming beach and yacht anchorage during the dry season. The beach is fine, but big waves strike Iit during the raing season, making swimming dangerous. Regular bus service to and from Phuket town during daytime. Nai Harn is just north of Phrom Thep Cape.

Viewpoint
From this point can be seen the bays of Kata Noi, Kata and Karon, and also Poo Island. It is one of the island's best views. A large public sala, or shelter is there for visitors, and several vendors sell food, drinks, and souvenirs in the area when the weather is nice. The viewpoint is between Kata and Nai Harn Beach.

 
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