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Home to Thai boxing stadiums, go-go bars, and cabaret shows, as well as unspoilt beaches, marine parks, and swanky spas—Phuket both shocks and soothes. Settle in with a sundowner.

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If getting up close with elephants is on your bucket list then elephant parks are the best places to do so in a way which causes the minimum harm and disturbance to the elephants. You can touch, feed and also bathe them in rivers.

It is the most popular beach in Phuket lined with shops, restaurants, bars and pubs. Most of the tourists prefer patong as there primary destination because of amazing beaches and worry-free nightlife.

With mild currents, gorgeous coral and an abundance of nemos, Phuket is a popular destination for scuba diving. Whether you're an experienced diver, or just a beginner who is considering getting your PADI Open Water qualification

Banana Walk is Phuket's newest shopping mall on the beachfront, and makes for some excellent people-watching under the sun. You'll find an array of great shops here, offering everything from bikinis to trinkets and souvenirs, plus a host of restaurants.

Bangla Street comes alive after sunset. It has the biggest collection of nightclubs, bars, shows, go-go bars, shops fun in Phuket is a friendly and lively place to walk around. Head out to Bangla Street if you’re looking for a fun night out in Phuket.

Old Phuket Town is an area of historical and cultural interest in Phuket City. It is known for Sino-Portuguese buildings on both sides of the street. Many old buildings have been converted into shops, hotels, restaurants, and museums. The main streets of Old Phuket Town are Thalang, Phang Nga, Krabi, Dibuk, and Yoawarat. Discover popular attractions in Phuket.

Phang Nga Bay is an ethereal world with dramatic limestone quartz rising out of emerald waters. Spend a leisurely day crusing through the dramatic scenery and a pit stop at the famous James Bong Island and Koh Panyee islands. Wat Suwan Khuha also known as the The Cave of the Reclining Buddha is also a must visit.

Calling all mini golf enthusiasts! If you’re looking for some sporting fun in the sun, ditch the beach and get yourself here. Patong Mini Golf welcomes visitors for some quality putting time. Located on the roof of Banana Walk on Patong’s Beach Road, this 18-hole course features a challenging range of holes that will bring out your competitive streak.

The one stop shop for shopping in Phuket Big C, or Big C Supercentre, as it's also known, is a one-stop shop for everything you need and want. From sunscreen, to wine, to snacks, and even souvenirs. Big C is now Thailand's second-biggest supermarket operator after Tesco’s Thai unit.

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