We used Google maps the whole time we were in Thailand , worked perfectly.
Things Not to Do in Phuket Don’t disrespect the Royal Family. Don’t wear your shoes in a temple. Don’t visit a temple with short clothes. Don’t take Buddha images out of the country. Do not touch a monk. Don’t point your feet at someone. Walk around town without a shirt (and ride a bike) Don’t take that selfie with protected wildlife.
Satellite view is showing Phuket, biggest island in Thailand , located approximately 860 kilometers (534 mi) south of Bangkok in the Andaman Sea (part of the Bay of Bengal). The island is a popular vacation resort, famous for diving and nightlife.
Where To Stay In Phuket: The Best Areas To Stay (Updated) 1 For Couples & Families: North & South Patong . 2 For Singles & Party-Hoppers: Central Patong . 3 For Honeymooners, Couples & Families: Karon & Kata . 4 For Culture & History Buffs: Phuket Old Town . 5 For Luxury & Privacy: Bang Tao . 6 For Easy Airport Access: Mai Khao Beach .
Phuket is pretty safe for the girls. The usual rules for solo female safety apply: Don’t get too drunk, especially late at night . Watch out for motorbike riders who have been known to target lone women at night for bag snatching and sexual assault, in Patong, Kata, and Karon.
What to Wear : Everyday Outfits DO : Short skirts and shorts are ok to wear . DON’T : Although short skirts and shorts are totally acceptable to wear , you shouldn’t be able to see your butt cheeks! DON’T : Wearing a spaghetti strap shirt and/or going barefoot are not appropriate choices.
There are many destinations in Thailand, but Phuket remains one of the most popular . The gorgeous beaches with their breathtaking sunsets, the warm climate all year, the vibrant nightlife and the friendly people certainly make it desirable. Its history of welcoming foreign traders also plays a central role.
Person from Phuket . THAI. People from Bangkok or Phuket . THAIS. Settler reporting Phuket wave?
The most celebrated moment in Phuket’s history is when the people of Phuket (then called Thalang), drove away Burmese invaders who were laying siege to the island.
The west side of Phuket serves up all the fabulous beaches from the north end near the airport to the southern end of Phuket . In the North of Phuket to Phangnga, you can find dazzling displays of Thailand’s best such as Natai Beach along with the most exclusive and unspoilt private beaches .
We recommend spending a minimum of 4 days in Phuket to experience the best it has to offer. Pick up your favourite things to do from this guide and stitch the best possible Phuket itinerary for you. But don’t pack everything into a 4-day schedule, or you will not be able to experience anything properly.
5 Best Areas to Stay in Phuket . Phuket Town – Where to Stay in Phuket for the First Time . Karon – Where to Stay in Phuket on a Budget. Patong – Where to Stay in Phuket for Nightlife. Kata – One of the Coolest Places to Stay in Phuket . Kamala – Where to Stay in Phuket for Families.