- Simon Cabaret ( 1km )
- Phuket Fantasea Show ( 15km)
- Jungceylon Shopping Destination ( 2km )
- Phuket Country Club ( 5 km )
- Central Festival Phuket ( 7 km )
- Kamala Beach ( 5 km)
- Phuket Bus Terminal ( 20 km )
- Phuket Harbour ( 20 km )
- Phuket Town ( 20 km )
- Phuket International Airport ( 40 km )
Located 867 kilometres south of Bangkok, Phuket is Thailand’s largest island shaped like an irregular pearl and measuring approximately 21 kilometres long. Connected to the mainland by a causeway, it has a coastline fringed with white sandy beaches and quiet coves, bathed by the clear blue waters of the Andaman Sea and set against a backdrop of green hills, coconut groves and rubber plantations.
- Chalong Temple
A few kilometres inland from Ao Chalong, the temple enshrines statues of Phuket’s two most revered monks: Luang Pho Chaem and Luang Pho Chuang.
- Hat Patong
Phuket’s most developed beach offers numerous leisure, sporting, shopping and recreational options along its 3-kilometre crescent bay. In addition to its daytime attractions, Patong is also known for its vibrant nightlife among which seafood restaurants prominently feature.
- Hat Karon & Kata
Both beaches are impressive, peaceful and eminently suitable for swimming, snorkelling, windsurfing and sunbathing.
- Jungceylon Shopping Centre
“Jungceylon” was a name for Phuket used back in 1511 when it was a fertile and prosperous port town embraced by the Andaman Sea. The name is now being used again for the Jungceylon project, a world class shopping and entertainment destination that will revive Phuket’s great history and reputation and make it known around the world.
- Promthep Cape
The southernmost point of Phuket is the perfect place where picturesque sunsets are seen.
- Thalang National Museum
Located near the Two Heroines Monument, the museum contains a collection of exhibits of ancient artifacts and other materials illustrating life in old Phuket.