With an international airport on the island and frequent, convenient connections to the mainland, Phuket easily accessible from other areas of Thailand and the Southeast Asian region. Getting around is island itself is easy. Besides taxis and rental automobiles and motorcycles, Phuket a dense system of local transportation based in minibuses and the ubiquitous Tuk Tuk, a shared taxi operating on fixed routes. Many hotels, especially resorts in more secluded locations, provide shuttle service to the airport and to shopping and dining venues.
Phuket has three seasons: summer, monsoon and winter. March and April are the hot and dry months. The monsoon begins in May, with rainfall peaking in October. November to February is mild, with optimal weather and ocean conditions for water-sport activities. Nonetheless, Phuket has a climate suitable for year-round tourism, with temperatures seldom dropping below 25 degrees C or rising above 30 degrees. There might be scattered rain showers on any day of the year, but outside of the monsoon they will be brief and often refreshing.
The world famous city for its beautiful scenery , fair beaches and crystal blue sea. Phuket known as the Pearl of the Andaman or Southern paradise. Phuket is divided into three districts: Muang, Thalang, and Kathu. The major activities of Phuket's tourist are enjoying beaches and sunset, water sports, travel around to see it's unique Architecture, Garden, Seafood local cuisine, and Nightlife
Estimation : 13 hours
Several companies operated air-conditioned express buses from the Southern Bus Terminal in Bangkok to Phuket.
Estimation : 11 hours
Phuket is 800 km from Bangkok, 11 hours along good roads.
Estimation : 1-2 Hours
Phuket is served by frequent air connections from Bangkok and other cities in Southeast Asia.
The tourist high season is from November to April, peaking in February, when many Europeans take long holidays. Hotel prices tend to increase during this time. The high season is the best time for diving and other water-sport activities. During some other times, swimming is not recommended on some beaches because of strong, unpredictable waves and currents. Many of Phuket’s fascinating cultural festivals and other events take place during the winter season, including the Vegetarian Festival and Lunar New Year celebrations.
Bangkok Hospital Phuket
Soi Hongyok Utis - Soi Prayoon 2/1 Ta Lad Yai Maueng PHUKET
076 254 425
Vachira Phuket Hospital
353 Yaowarat Road, Muang District,Phuket 83000 : Thailand
(66) 7636-1234 Hotline: 1669
Phuket Provincial Hospital.
18, 20 Anupatphuketkan Rd., Taladyai, Muang, Phuket 83000 Thailand
Phuket International Hospital
44 Chalermprakiat Ror 9 Road, Phuket 83000
+66 76 249-400
Bangkok Bank @Phang-Nga Road
22 Phang-Nga Rd., Talat Yai, Phuket Town, Phuket 83000 Thailand
+66 (0)76 211 292 - 5
Bank Of Ayudhya @Junceylon
1016 Silang Boulevard 181 Rat-U-Thit 200 Pee Rd., Patong, Kathu, Phuket 83130
+66 (0)76 366 029
Kasikorn Bank @Chanajareon Road
39/2 Chanajareon Road, Phuket Town, Phuket 83000 Thailand
+66 (0)76 218 068
Krung Thai Bank @Junceylon
181 Rat-U-Thit 200 Pee Road, Patong, Kathu, Phuket 83150 Thailand
+66 (0)76 366 057-8
Phuket Bus Terminal - Indigo Pearl Hotel
Fare : From THB 30-100
BangTao- Aow Bor
Fare : From THB 20 THB
Fare : From THB 40-600