Thailand’s largest island with a beautiful coastline of white beaches and stunning rock formation, Phuket is one of Thailand’s most popular tourist destinations. The perfect location for your beach honeymoon, Phuket offers all types of accommodation from secluded hideaways to luxury resorts and even private pool villas for the utmost in intimacy for your Thailand honeymoon.
Couples seeking a honeymoon with nightlife and excitement, head to Patong, well-known for its lively resorts and hosts the island’s best nightlife. Buzzing bars and nightclubs line the streets with a number of shops and market stalls from western fast-food franchises to traditional Thai food.
For couples seeking the finer things in life, we love Bang Tao for your Phuket honeymoon where you will find a four mile stretch of beach and some of Phuket’s most prestigious resorts. We love the Banyan Tree Phuket for your Thailand honeymoon where you will enjoy your own private villa in a beautiful location.
A hot spot for weddings abroad, beach weddings can be seen taking place throughout the island as Phuket weddings are on the rise. Walk hand-in-hand down a beautiful beach or ride elephants on your wedding day, whatever you desire for your wedding abroad, the Thai people will be more than happy to accommodate to ensure your Thailand wedding really is perfect.
Although Phuket is a built up tourist destination, there are other areas to visit in Phuket for a more traditional Thailand holiday. Phuket Old Town is the island’s cultural centre where you will find traditional shop-houses, temples and barbers – definitely worth a visit for those looking for a more cultural holiday feel.
We recommend taking a day trip to Koh Phi Phi Leh, the setting for the famous Hollywood film – The Beach. Day tours can be booked in-resort and a speedboat will take you to this famous, beautiful island during your Phuket honeymoon.
What is the currency in Phuket?
The currency throughout Thailand is the Baht.
What language is spoken in Phuket?
Thai is the national language of Thailand; however English is widely spoken at the resorts.
How long does it take to fly to Phuket?
11 ½ hours
What is the time difference in Phuket?
GMT +7 hours
Should I tip in Phuket?
If a service charge is not added to your restaurant bill, tip 10-15% and tip porters and hotel staff if you are happy with their service.
When is the best time to visit Phuket?
The best time to visit Phuket is from November to March.
Do I need a visa to travel to Phuket?
You will only need a visa if you plan on staying longer than 30 days and this can be attained from the Thai Embassy. We recommend that you have at least 6 months validity on your passport.
Vist the Phuket Tourist Board website for more information.