Boat Rental in Phuket
Tired of full moon parties and tourist trap islands? With boat rental in Phuket, you can choose your agenda. Head to some of the smaller, more peaceful beaches in the area. Try the Phi Phi Islands, Phang Nga Bay or the Similan Islands, where you'll find tiny, white sand coves that are almost untouched by other visitors.
Phuket International Airport is a quick and easy way to reach the destination and is served by flights from around the world. Look for connectors in Bangkok or Singapore.
Thailand’s largest island boasts intricately decorated temples, designer boutiques and some of the best restaurants in the country. One of the most popular attractions in Phuket is the Big Buddha, a state that sits atop of Nakkerd Hills with superb views of the island.
Water Activities in Phuket with a charter boat
A rented boat is a perfect way to explore the crystalline waters of the Andaman Sea, particularly if you choose to charter with a skipper for a week.
The Similan Islands, Phi Phi Island and Koh Khai all offer great snorkelling, where you'll be able to get close to colourful fish and beautiful coral.
Scuba diving is a popular activity that you'll find on many nearby beaches, including Koh Dok Mai and Racha Yai. Finally, be sure to try kayaking in Phang Nga Bay, where you'll see cliffs and caves that feel like something from another planet.
A Taste of Phuket Cuisine
Thai food is famous for its spicy flavours. Around Phuket and the surrounding islands, you'll be able to take in a lot of local seafood as well as the well-known dishes like green curry, pad thai or tom yum soup. However, Phuket has its own unique cuisine, thanks to centuries of mixing with other cultures.
Moo hong is a pork dish that draws inspiration from nearby Malaysia and Singapore, while mee hoon pa chang is the local noodle speciality. The truly daring might even try lo bah, a mixture of pork intestines and tofu in a sweet and spicy sauce.