Sights to See with Holiday Flights to Phuket

Posted By : Aubrey Mead , on Sep, 2018

 

A trip to Thailand is a dream come true for many people, and a perfect holiday location for singles, couples, and families. When visiting the country and planning your holiday and flights to Phuket, there are several important sights to take in and things to plan to do on your visit.

When planning flights to Phuket, keep in mind the dryer, cooler season of the year is between November and the early spring, typically early in April. While it is lovely to visit year round, it is hotter, wetter and more humid during the latter part of April through to the end of September.

Phi Phi Islands

One of the main reasons many holiday travelers book flights to Phuket is to be able to take time to visit the Phi Phi Islands. These are the beach and island featured in the movie “The Beach,” and it is a tropical paradise.

Visitors can spend the day swimming in the crystal clear waters, then stroll from the beach to the jungle or even take a more adventurous trek on the rocky cliffs that tower over the landscape. There are top hotels, amazing restaurants and some great shopping and nightlife on Phi Phi as well.

Phuket Night Market

When scheduling your flights to Phuket, be sure to leave time spend a few evenings looking through the various stalls of the night markets. These streets come to life when the sun goes down, allowing visitors and residents alike to stroll through the area in the cooler temperatures.

Enjoy local foods, street entertainers and some of the best shopping for handmade products, jewelry, souvenirs and some amazingly unique gifts and must-have items.

Another great evening event to take in is the Phuket FantaSea Show. A combination of glitz and glamor and fantastic entertainment, this is something the whole family will enjoy. It also includes a theme park complete with games, shopping, and a famous buffet.

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