Phuket Flights GuidePhuket, located in the Andaman Sea, is Thailand's largest island. Phuket is famous for its majestic white beaches, blue lagoons, and splendid sunsets. With its rainforest and mountains, Phuket is perfect for water activities like deep sea diving or taking a speedboat trip to Phi Phi Island or enjoy a tranquil cruise around Phang Nga Bay. Patong is the biggest town on Phuket and houses Phuket's busiest beach. Phuket Town is artsy and culturally rich.
You can drive, bus, taxi, boat cruise, ferry, or speedboat from Phuket to Krabi, Thailand. To reach Surat Thani, you can drive or take the bus. To visit Bangkok, you can drive or fly directly from Phuket International Airport to Bangkok International Airport.
Phuket boasts a tropical climate. Between November and February, temperatures are cool in the mid to high 70s. From March to May, Phuket is hot and humid with temperatures in the mid 80s, and from May to October, temperatures average 82°F during the rainy monsoon season.November to February is the busiest tourist season in Phuket as the weather is cool and dry. Prices are high, beaches are crowded, and roads are congested. Visit Phuket in April to witness the Songkran Festival during Thai New Year. The cheapest time to fly is from mid-May to October during low season when tourists are few.
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