3 Days Trip To Phuket becooler
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  • Big Buddha Phuket / Phuket Big Buddha

    Phuket Big Buddha (Phra Phutta Ming Mongkol Akenakiri or Ming Mongkol Buddha), is on the peak of mount Nagakerd, Subdistrict Karon. Big Buddha Statue width: 25.45 m. height: 45 m. Reinforced concrete structure adorned with white Burmese jade marble. The weight of the white jade marble is approximately 135 tons per 2,500 sq.m. You can even purchase a break or marble tile and sign your names to be places forever inside the Big Buddha.

    Big Buddha is one of the landmarks on the island of Phuket and certainly is must to see place. And it's completely free. You get a beautiful view of eastern bays, you'll see plenty of monks, there's a gift shop etc. It's more peaceful at sunrise.
  • Kata Beach

    Kata Beach is a beach on the west coast of the island of Phuket.

    White and velvety beach, one of the most relaxing and family beach on the island of Phuket also because one of the less contaminated area. In front off the beach there is a small island, Koh Pu, with a path that has fantastic coral reefs, reachable also by swimming.
  • Splash Jungle Water Park

    Phuket's wettest wildest water park providing gallons of excitement for the whole family!

    The water park offers fun for the whole family, whether you are after a relaxing day in the water or an adrenalin rush, Splash Jungle has it all!

    Phuket’s Splash Jungle Water Park is great fun for the whole family, featuring everything from calm splash pools for the younger children to exhilarating rides for the older ones, with plenty to entertain the adults too.
  • Siam Niramit Phuket

    For over seven centuries, Siam has been home of diverse cultures, a cross-road where civilizations meet.

    Siam Niramit is a colorful and extravagant show that celebrates the very best of Thailand’s culture and tradition. Not only that, but Siam Niramit is a complete evening out, with an on-site restaurant serving Thai and international cuisine, plus shopping and leisure amenities alongside the main show.
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  • Phang Nga Bay Tour

    Phang Nga Bay Tour offer many options for Phang Nga Bay tours, James Bond island tour from Phuket & Krabi. Join tour or private tour can be organized on your request to be match with your budget.

    Enjoy a morning adventure to Phang Nga Bay. Most famous for James Bond Island – the gravity-defying limestone formation that featured in The Man with the Golden Gun – it’s also home to Koh Panyee, which features a fishing village built on stilts over the water. There are a variety of different tour companies that will take you over to Phang Nga Bay and you can rest assured it will be an unforgettable trip.
  • Khok Chang Kata Safari / Kok Chang Safari Elephant Trekking

    Kok Chang Elephant Trekking Safari in Phuket is Thai owned and operated. Set on a beautiful Ocean Viewpoint in this dense tropical jungle setting is where the Elephant Kraal booking reception and Bar is located. We offer various jungle routes riding on these Majestic animals from 20 minutes to 1 hour. Our fully trained and experienced guide handlers will take you and your family through the dense tropical forest along paths and trails from the southwest corner of the beautiful Phuket island stopping at scenic beauty for photographs along the way.

    Relaxed place. The elephants seem calm and are rotated to they have some downtime. They seem to be treated well. Guides do take their time and the route provides some great views in addition to getting close to the animals.
  • Karon View Point

    Open 24 hours.

    Very nice viewpoint in Phuket, can certainly make some nice photos here. Easy to park and quick way to make your friends at home believe you are in paradise.
  • Phuket FantaSea

    Phuket FantaSea is a cultural theme park on the island of Phuket, in the south of Thailand. The park opens in the evening until late night.

    Fantasea Phuket is a Thai cultural theme park which is spread across more than 100 acre's of land with stunning special effects and backdrops.. It is a complex packed with multitude of activities and entertainment..the animals were well looked after and not traumatized but that's just my opinion.. the beauty and grace of Thailand is extravagantly show with the telling of local myth.. The mysteries and magic associated with it is brought to life by beautiful dancer's and acrobat's with an excellent buffet to finish the day.
  • Thanon Bangla / Bangla Road

    Thanon Bangla is the heart of the vivacious bar scene where neon lights, thumping music and girly bars.

    Seeing as you’re already in Patong, you may as well spend the rest of your night checking out the notoriously lively nightlife in this area.
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  • Phi Phi Islands

    The Phi Phi Islands are an island group in Thailand, between the large island of Phuket and the west Strait of Malacca coast of the mainland. The islands are administratively part of Krabi province.

    Let’s face it; no holiday to Phuket would be complete without a trip out to Ko Phi Phi. It takes around an hour and a half to reach the Phi Phi Islands from Phuket and although the ferries are usually jam-packed with people, the spectacular scenery of these striking islands makes it all worthwhile. Visit the infamous Maya Bay (the location of the film, The Beach) and spend your day snorkeling, sunbathing and generally marveling at your surroundings.
  • Phromthep Cape

    Phromthep Cape,the southern most tip of phuket. Amazing viewpoint. 

    Before dinner, head up to Phrompthep Cape to watch the magnificent sunset from this truly incredible viewpoint. Crowded with the Tourists but it has big area - not a problem. You can try baby coconuts at the market - very delicious. Also from this point you can go (down) to the southest point of the island.