Holiday guide for going to Asia, and Phuket island

Going to Phuket, Thailand? If so its good to know then that more than 16 million passengers per year fly to or out of Phuket International Airport (HKT) in Thailand, most flying in to enjoy a wide variety of tourist services, natural beauty of the world famous Phuket beaches and fascinating tourist attractions.

One thing’s without a doubt, whenever you arrive to Phuket in Thailand – you will not go hungry! Whether you’re looking to sample the spicy local cuisine or want to indulge in some fine dining, Phuket’s diverse food scene has more than got you covered.

Two Thai curries to try on the island of Phuket in Thailand is either: Kaeng khae ( แกงแค ) or Kaeng tun ( แกงตูน ).

Also try the street food, food stalls and local Phuket market food. The fried chicken, served with sticky rice, or local sate is a winner for a quick snack. Once you arrive to Phuket in Thailand you will see little grilled chicken (Kai Yang) street stalls all around the place. The chicken is often eaten with sticky rice (Khao Niaow) and sweet chilli sauce. Yum!. Try it. It’s real goooooood 🙂

If you have not been to Asia, or Phuket in Thailand before, you are likely thinking about Phuket island’s fabulous beaches, sunsets and parties on the infamous Bangla Road in Patong. You might think you have Phuket island in Thailand all figured out, but as it turns out, the ‘Pearl of the Andaman’ has more than a few tricks hidden up its sleeve. Most visitors don’t even see the real Phuket while others buy the island of Phuket in Thailand Real estate for sale, and make Phuket their home. Either way. Make sure you make the most of it by getting off the beaten track on Phuket island, Thailand is going to involve hiring your own personal driver or transportation (motorbike or jeep) for the day, or week, then driving, and hiking, over some off-road tracks. Obviously there’s a bit of effort involved and, more than likely, a fair amount of perspiration. But the reward when you get there is often the best uncrowded viewpoints, villages and beaches on Phuket island.

It might seem inconceivable, but after flying in, and then spending a few days laying on the beach on Phuket, you might start craving for a change of scenery. A day trip into Old Phuket Town offers a nice break from the beach shacks on the coast. The Old Town offers an inspiring blend of Sino-Portuguese and Chinese influences and today, the walls are also a canvas for funky street art. What many people don’t realise is that the Old Town is not just a historic relic but a living and breathing community of creatives and coffee or wine lovers.

When you first arrive to Phuket you will probably associate your first days with postcard ready beaches and sunsets. If, however, you take the time to venture a bit inland, you’ll discover Phuket’s lush jungles, small villages and waterfalls. A trek through the jungles followed by a natural waterfall shower is as close to tropical bliss you can get.

If you’re looking to discover Phuket off the beaten path you might also want to visit ‘The Shrine of the Serene Light’ in Phuket Town. This Chinese temple offers a colourful break from the Thai wats. The shrine used to be a real hidden gem, as the entrance was carefully hidden off in a tiny alley. Now you can easily find the temple thanks to its new striking entrance, but relatively few tourists still make their way here.

Getting to Phuket island, Thailand is simple. You can simply search and book bargain priced flights to Phuket International Airport in Thailand. Airport code HKT. All reletive flight and Hotel booking information is on our website. Just follow the map below.

Phuket office:
Phuket Real Estate & Property Agency
Soi Bang Thao 4/1,
Tambon Choeng Thale, Amphoe,
Chang Wat Phuket 83110,