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Old Phuket town- A trip back in time

Take a break from the beaches. Take a break from the sea. Now come take a journey through time. The old town in Phuket has been hidden from tourists for years- and un-rightly so.  With the Portuguese influenced architecture down ...

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Ko Lanta

Ko Lanta For those passing through Krabi Town hoping for a quieter tourist destination; Ko Lanta may be the ideal destination for you. While its less of a party-zone than Ko Phi Phi or Samui and is more popular among ...

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Thai Muang

Unlike some spots in Phuket, most of the attractions in Thai Muang are not yet spoilt, leaving nature-lovers to experience the vast beauty of the area at their own leisure. Just north of Phuket and pass the Sarasin bridge lies ...

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Natai

Located just 25 minutes away from Phuket International Airport, Natai beach is definitely one of the less-well known beaches. But lack of fame doesn’t necessarily imply lack of beauty! Stretching 2 km outwards, the beach gallantly overlooks the Andaman sea ...

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Ko Sirey–away from it all

Ko Sirey – a new destination in Phuket. Away from it all. Stretching a mere 20km and home to the largest village of Sea Gypsies in Thailand, Ko Sirey is definitely one of the smaller unique destinations of Phuket. The ...

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Pa Khlok

If you were to try dig up information on Pa Khlok on the internet, you would most likely end up fruitless. The secrecy of this region gives you a glimpse behind the curtains on the few attractions most tourists have ...

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Nai Harn–a breathtaking bay

Located at the southern end of Phuket, Nai Harn Beach is one Phuket’s most breathtaking locations. A beautiful beach with just a few hotels, bars and restaurants. The beach has not changed much since the 1980s when the Phuket Yacht ...

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Kata–a family getaway

Located just to the south of Karon, Kata Beach is much more laid back than its neighboring beaches. The beach is family friendly and the atmosphere is family friendly with some great restaurants and activities for the entire family. Kata ...

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Kata Noi – an oasis

Located on the southwest part of Phuket, Kata Noi was ranked as one of the best beaches in the Pacific. Kata Noi literally means “the smaller Kata Beach”. The Kata Thani hotel occupies most of the beach-front of the beach, ...

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Patong Beach – more than nightlife

Originally a fishing village, currently Patong is Phuket’s most developed beach offering virtually every kind of entertainment imaginable. Exuberant nightlife and numerous leisure, sporting, shopping, and recreational options flourish along its three kms of beach. The beer bars cater to ...

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