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Phuket Key Facts

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The most commonly spoken language is Thai.

Currency & Cost

The currency used in Phuket is the Thai baht.

Local Time

7 hours ahead

Frequently Asked Questions

Phuket has a tropical climate, so temperatures are warm all year round. April to May and September to October are the hottest times of the year, but September to October is also the wettest. The monsoon doesn’t hit the island very hard though, and although this season is usually quieter, it could well be that the weather stays fine and you only experience the odd day of rain. Apart from the rainy season, you can expect stunning beach holiday weather the rest of the year round.
Experience the island’s true tourist hub and choose a <a href='' title='hotel in Patong' target='_blank'>hotel in Patong</a>. By day, soak up the sun on a 3km-long beac; learn how to ride the waves at Surf House Patong; and aerially explore the jungle with Flying Hanuman. By night, the district comes alive on Soi Bangla with clubs, bars and cabaret.For a family holiday in Phuket, <a href='' title='hotels in Kamala' target='_blank'>hotels in Kamala</a> are a great choice. This area is more laidback and less tourist-oriented than others, with a calm, quiet beach. The cultural theme park, Phuket FantaSea, is packed with theatres showcasing the area’s heritage and history.Finding a <a href='' title='hotel in Kata' target='_blank'>hotel in Kata</a> will leave you with lots of options, from beach activities to tourist days out. Hike the sweeping coastline (or hop in a tuk-tuk) to the Big Buddha statue – one of the most revered on the island. If you’d prefer to stay near the sea, Kata Beach is prime for surfing, stand-up paddleboarding and snorkelling.One of the <a href='' title='hotels in Phuket Old Town' target='_blank'>hotels in Phuket Old Town</a> might be the perfect spot for couples looking to explore the more traditional side of the island. Wander Phuket Weekend Market or Phuket Walking Street for stalls touting clothes, crafts and – best of all – local street food. Alternatively, the Phuket Trickeye Museum is a quirky museum dedicated to stunning trompe-l’oeil.To visit the surrounding islands, base yourself in a hotel in Phuket, then head out exploring. You can whizz over the water on a speedboat and end up on <a href='' title='Koh Khai' target='_blank'>Koh Khai</a> Nok or Coral Island, both renowned for their white sands. Koh Phi Phi is a livelier option and it will take two hours to arrive by ferry. It is renowned for its beauty and equally its nightlife by many visiting couples and backpackers.

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