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Vacation In Phuket

The Pearl Of The Andaman

FAMED WHITE-SAND BEACHES, CRYSTAL-BLUE SEA, GOOD FOOD AND VIBRANT NIGHTLIFE

PHUKET, THAILAND

With and area of 500 square kilometers in area, Phuket is the largest island in the Andaman Sea. Phuket is large enough to contain hidden corners of interest by small enough to explore comfortably. While the main attraction is the kilometers of white-sand beaches, water-sports facilities, and a vibrant nightlife, Phuket is also noted for a unique tradition of mixed Chinese and European architectural styles. This blending of cultures also gives rise to rich culinary tradition based around the abundant fresh seafood of the west Thailand waters.

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ATTRACTIONS IN PHUKET

Phuket is an island in Thailand offering a variety beach and cultural attractions.

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LAEM PHROM THEP

Most famous of and most important landmarks as the stunningly beautiful sunset and view pointsin Phuket were taken here. Laem Phromthep of Phuket island offers a memorable in every evening at sunset moment on a clear day.

PATONG BEACH

Patong Beach is a sweeping, nine-kilometer white-sand beach. The clear waters are ideal for swimming and water sports. Along the beachfront are numerous hotels, restaurants and nightlife venues, most capable of accommodating large groups.

SINO-PORTUGUESE ARCHITECTURE

Phuket is one of the oldest cities in Thailand, mentioned by explorers as early as the seventeenth century. The tin mines of Phuket attracted large numbers of Chinese laborers and European traders. Phuket Old Town contains numerous examples of a unique architectural style combining Chinese and Portuguese influences. Many houses have been converted into restaurants, galleries, and guesthouses.

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SPECIAL FOOD IN PHUKET

Phuket is paradise of food. There are restaurants to suit every taste, serving a huge selection of western and Asian food. The variety of cuisine and dining experiences is one of the major attractions of the island. You can eat breakfast at your hotel, lunch at a local noodle stall, and have dinner with fine wines in a sophisticated air-conditioned restaurant.