Popular Lettings in Phuket Province
Highlights in Phuket Province
- Stunning beaches
- Excellent Thai cuisine
- A paradise in the Andaman Sea
- Multicultural diversity
- Tricky visions at the museum
Most popular in Phuket Province
Prices and availability
Holiday rentals and lettings in Phuket
To escape the hubbub of the city centre without sacrificing the comfort of a city lifestyle, North and South Patong are ideal and close to the beach. To let your hair down and dance the night away, stay in the city centre of Patong, where the streets become a carnival of neon lights, music and performances. Karon and Kata are more for honeymooners and those looking for beautiful beaches. The colourful facades of Phuket old town will captivate you and invite you to stay in this cultural and historical area with lovely cafes, Sino-Portuguese buildings, stunning mansions and plenty of shops. To upgrade your stay, go to Bang Tao and enjoy complete luxury and privacy.Fantastic rentals by the sea
Phuket caters for all kinds of travellers with a wide range of accommodations. Luxury and high-end holiday rentals, budget-friendly properties or private ones to enjoy the beaches and nature surrounding them. Open floor areas with comfortable lounges from which you can admire the day go by, gaze at the sea or take a pleasant nap to escape the midday sun. Swimming pools, gardens or outdoor areas for a hammock are the options you can choose from when booking your holiday home away from home. Other options are included in several lettings - A/C, fans and WiFi services. Make your stay a memorable one and choose your rental now!
Holidays in Phuket
The area and getting around
On the western shore of Thailand, Phuket is home to the most amazing beaches in the country and fantastic areas to enjoy nice holidays in this unique paradise in the Andaman Sea. Plenty of sun, shops, markets and splendid pubs and nightclubs to round off your day. The Old Town is a charming area with European style mansions and colourful facades giving you the feel of being somewhere else. Fantastic and delicious street food can be found here. Try some Burmese curries, Malay-spiced rice, dim sum, crunchy samosas and more. This is probably the best street food in Thailand!The Pearl of the Andaman Sea
The pearly white beaches and jade-hued waves are one of the distinctive features of Thailand. Underneath the Andaman’s glittering surface, there is also a whole underwater world to explore being Ko Phi-Phi and Ao Phang-Nga two of the main diving, snorkelling and kayaking spots. Besides the beach bliss, Phuket is a place to go and admire the cultural heritage coming from different cultures. From Chinese shrines to national parks, historic mansions and characteristic shophouses. The ice of the cake though is its gastronomy influenced by Chinese and Malay flavours and local creations like mèe gaang pôo (crab-meat curry with noodles), roti dipped in curry for breakfast or pàk miang (scrambled leaves). The diversity of the country might make you forget to leave.
Travellers and activities
It goes without saying that one of the most appealing features of the country is the picture-perfect beaches, being Kata Noi, Nai Harn, Surin Beach or Phang Nga Bay some of the most popular ones. Enjoy long days under the sun and making the most of it surrounded by the beautiful scenery of white sandy beaches lined with tall palm trees and caressed by crystal clear waters.Phuket for party lovers
If the beaches are one of the well known features of Thailand, nightlife is the second one. In the area of Phuket, Patong Beach is the most popular area for music, dancing, performances and wild nightlife. After practising parasailing, jet skiing or snorkelling, you can shake the stress away around Soi Bangla, where all the action happens!
Did you know that Thai people are so superstitious that the 13th floor is almost non-existent in most of the buildings?
Top 5 travel tips in Phuket
Asia is famous for the night markets in general. The local market in Phuket is known as Naka Market by the locals and you find it just outside Phuket Town. Head to the market and wander around the varied stalls selling fruit and local food like corn on the cob, crafts, animals, traditional clothes and many objects you can buy as a gift or souvenir to take back home.2. Get amazing views from Karon View Point
Karon View Point is just south of Kata Noi Beach and considered the most popular viewpoint. For this reason, it is usually crowded during the day. From here you will get stunning views of the turquoise and crystal clear waters bathing the three white sandy beaches of the west coast and the extension of the Andaman Sea as far as the eye can see on the other side. Take your time to enjoy these stunning views and do not forget your camera!3. Take a day trip to Wat Chalong
Wat Chalong has been open for more than 90 years and offers visitors many things to see. Starting with Poh Jao Wat you can visit the two statues of elderly men, one is Ta Khee-Lek a local who won various lotteries after he had been to visit the Poh Than Jao Wat statue, the other is called Nonsi. The highlight of the visit will be the beautifully decorated Grand Pagoda containing Buddha images telling his story and also contains a small splinter from the bone of Lord Buddha.4. Cook the best Thai recipes
In Phuket you can find several places for you to learn how to cook different Thai recipes. If you do the first morning session, they might take you to the market to buy some local produce you will use afterwards for your cooking class. Learn Thai cooking skills, how to choose the right ingredients and spices and put it together to end up with a tasty meal you will be able to eat at the end of the class. Notice that local Tahi food is different from the one you might be used to in your country, but still mouthwatering!5. Let the Trickeye Museum impress you!
The Phuket Trickeye Museum is the first of its kind in the south of the country. This is an interactive museum that will boost your imagination and creativity as the displays of 3D art will engage you to be part of it while you observe it. Do not let your eyes fool you!