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Naiharn Beach
3 mins
Nai Harn is another of Phuket's great beaches. It has a large freshwater behind it that flows into the sea at the southern end and some good snorkeling at the northern end.

Yanui Beach

5 mins
Ya Nui Beach is small but perfectly formed. The scenery is beautiful, tucked between two hills and a small island so close that you can almost swim out to it, or better do like many others and rent a kayak, for closer look of this mysterious island.

Phromthep Cape

7 mins

This cape is located at the southern tip of Phuket island. Easily accessible by car, the top part of this cape is plain having a high cliff along the edge of the sea.  From this point you can look out  to the sea and islands nearby.  Many tourists come here  particularly in the evening to see the sun setting below the horizon. 

Chalong Bay

10 mins
Phuket's principal boat anchorage and the island's largest bay. Most visitors to the island south of Phuket depart from Chalong pier, and the bay's restaurants are well known for their seafood.

Kata Beach

10 mins
Kata is an all round favourite due to its spectacular palm-lined beach, great restaurants, lively but not raucous nightlife and varied accommodation options - all close to the beach.

Patong Beach

20 mins
Patong Beach is an astonishing combination of breathtakingly beautiful white sand beach edged by the glittering Andaman Sea, and the most concentrated area of tourist accommodations, shops, nightclubs, restaurants and attractions.

Phuket Town

25 mins
Phuket town has modernised with the rest of the island. In the historic centre, the narrow streets have to accommodate motorised traffic, while the five-footways are impenetrable in some parts. On the whole, the character of old Phuket town is distinctive and charming enough to attract both Thai and foreign visitors.

Phuket International Airport

60 mins