A quiet little spot at the southern end of Phuket, Nai Harn is one of the island’s most beautiful locations and one of the most popular places with in-the-know locals.
Rawai is Phuket’s longest-established beach resort.It’s a launching point for day boat excursions out to Phuket’s surrounding islands.
Ya Nui lies in the shadow of two of Phuket’s loveliest viewpoints; Phrom Thep and the viewpoint featuring large white windmills. It’s a charming little cove.
Friendship Beach is one of the longest beaches in southern Phuket, extending as far north as Chalong Pier all the way south into Rawai.
Kata entices and charms visitors with its white sand and clear waters. It is a favorite due to its palm-lined beach, great restaurants & nightlife.
This small bay of stunning white sand, separated from Kata by a headland, is a quiet and peaceful retreat.
Phuket’s Big Buddha sits on top of the Nakkerd Hills between Chalong and Kata and, at 45 m. tall, it is easily seen from far away.
Phromthep Cape is the island’s most photographed and perhaps best-known location. The view from the cape is like a huge eternity pool from which you can mentally project the far-flung shores of the Indian Subcontinent.
Windmill Viewpoint is located between Ya Nui and Nai Harn beaches in South Phuket. Not far from Cape Phromthep, it has several tall, slim, white windmills facing out to sea.
Wat Chalong has been extending a warm welcome to visitors for over a century. Locals come to pray and westerners come to learn something about Buddhism.
Even though the Phuket Week End Market (known to the locals as Talad Tai Rot and Chao Fa Market) is not as big as Bangkok’s humongous Chatuchak Market, it’s still impressively large.