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Phuket is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Asia with millions of visitors coming every year from all over the world to enjoy its endless charms. This tropical Thai island has something to suit every traveller from picture postcard beaches to exciting adventure activities and everything in between.

Sure, much of Phuket is busy, but it’s busy for a good reason. Its laid back island atmosphere, stunning weather and luxurious resorts keep people returning again and again.

For some people, the main reason for visiting Phuket is to take a ferry or boat trip over to the beautiful Phi Phi Islands and experience their stunning natural beauty. With white sandy beaches, turquoise blue waters, sheer cliffs and interesting rock formations, the Phi Phi Islands are a laid-back, exotic paradise. Ever since Phi Phi starred in the movies, it has become one the most famous tourist spots in Thailand. There are six islands in the chain, but most tourists visiting the Phi Phi Islands come to see Maya Bay on Phi Phi Ley, which is the iconic spot where ‘The Beach’ was filmed. You can spend the day island hopping and hire a longtail boat to go snorkeling over the coral reefs in the surrounding waters.

You are never away from fun and beauty when you are in Phuket because Phi Phi Island is just a short sail away from here. A stunningly pretty holiday destination in Krabi Province, Phi Phi Island is blessed with the best of nature. Whether you are after an exploration of exquisite underwater world teeming with exotic aquatic species or you are in search for perfect frames to add to your landscape collection, Phi Phi Island is rich in various ways. All you need to do is either simply hire a speedboat or take a ferry and get to this gorgeous island. 

Phang Nga Bay is known for its towering limestone cliffs looming from the water. Tourists come here in droves to see Koh Ta-Pu, otherwise known as James Bond Island, since it featured in the James Bond movie ‘The Man With the Golden Gun’. Tours also take visitors Koh Panyee, a muslim fishing village built entirely on stilts. The Phang Nga Bay Marine National Park is home to many species of mangroves, birds, fish, amphibians, reptiles and mammals.

Phuket island is dotted with 29 colourful Buddhist temples, the most notable of which is Wat Chalong, which attracts thousands of tourists every year. Chalong temple is known as a place of healing and it houses gilt statues of two venerable monks who helped those who were wounded in a tin miners rebellion in 1876. The elaborate temple is decorated in reds and golds with ornate spires, and features a 60-metre high pagoda..

Phuket is well versed with the art of relaxing travellers, and one of the well-known therapies is the special spa and massage. The traditional Thai Massage combines the native massage techniques with Indian Ayurvedic principles to create an ultimately soothing experience for one’s mind, soul, and body.

Most luxury resorts and hotels in Phuket have this activity available on the site. Besides, there are numerous massage parlours and wellness centers where one could enjoy the spa and massage. You can also enjoy a couple massage session if you are travelling with your loved one.

Nowhere more than Phuket does Thailand live up to its branding as the Land of Smiles, as visitors are welcomed onto this beguiling island with open arms. There is so much more to discover than the beaches that pepper the brochures, though they are definitely an integral part of the island experience. You’ll never get tired of the variety that’s on offer here in Phuket.