- The Ultimate Phuket Map!
- Map of all the Beaches of Phuket
- Map of Phuket Best Snorkeling Beaches
- Map of Phuket Private Beaches
- Map of Islands Around Phuket
- Map of Phuket Night Markets
- Map of Phuket Viewpoints
- Map of Beach Clubs
- Map of Rooftops Bars
- Map of Phuket Best Local Restaurants
- Map of Romantic Restaurants
- Walking Map of Phuket Town
- Map of Phuket Museums
- Map of Phuket Sunset Bars
- Map of Waterfalls
- Map of Thai Temples in Phuket
- Map of Phuket Chinese Shrines
- Piers and Marinas of Phuket
Our maps of Phuket are designed to help you find everything you may need to know to plan your next holiday here. We marked on those maps all the places we wrote about in our blog, from beaches to viewpoints, night markets and temples. We keep updating all those maps as we explore so bookmark it for your next visit.
The Ultimate Phuket Map!
Everything we ever wrote about Phuket is on this map, and we try to keep it as updated as possible. Click here If you wish to access the Google map in a new window.
With some many beaches to choose from here, this might be the most important map all! As you can see most of them are on the west coast and a few in the south-east (the east coast mostly consists of mangrove and mud)
There are more than 40 beaches in Phuket, and the largest ones are not necessarily the best for snorkelling. The small sandy creeks are often better, as the rocky ends on each side shelter a lot of marine life. See our map of the best snorkelling beaches in Phuket.
The most beautiful beaches of Phuket are often private. It always surprises visitors who heard that there are no such thing as a private beach in Thailand. What happens is that hotels own the entire land around the beach, allowing them to restrict access to the benefit of their guests only, which is a fantastic selling point. Now, if you know how to reach the beach, you are allowed to enjoy it! Here is a map of those private beaches.
There are a lot of night markets around Phuket. Some address mostly to tourists, some to both locals and tourists. The weekend markets are the most popular but use our map, and you will find one for almost every day of the week.
The many viewpoints of Phuket (and around) are great photos opportunities but they might require a bit of effort, and a little bit of planning. Use our viewpoint map to plan your exploration day.
Beach clubs are back on the island and the list keeps growing. Now almost each beach of Phuket has a beach club, even Patong has one. Here is our list of then main beach clubs around Phuket.
They may not be as impressive as those in Bangkok, but there are some magnificient rooftop bars in Phuket, and they are great for a sunset or even for a dinner (and why not, to pop the question!)
The list below is not for the usual tourist places. These are great but small restaurants where locals come to share a meal with friends and families. Even people from Bangkok have them on their list!
Use this map to take your loved one to a truly memorable dinner somewhere around the island, usually by the sea. Of course, with such location, prices are above average, but those are the places we love.
There are a handful of museums in Phuket. They are not be impressive and don’t display art masterpieces, but their mission is to share the surprisingly rich past of the island.
There are only 3 significant waterfalls here, and a couple of streams. This map will help you find them, but keep in mind that they might be a bit disappointing during the high dry season (November to May)
Phuket temples are always worth a visit, from the temple hidden inside a cave to the famous Wat Chalong (‘Wat’ means ‘Temple’ in Thai), a visit to Thailand would not be complete without exploring few of these magnificent and beautifully ornamented places of worship. Everyone is welcome, but you are required to dress and behave decently (no sleeveless shirts, not skirts above the knee).