Koh Hong is a small and very popular island located halfway between Koh Yao Noi and Krabi, about 7 km from each and technically 30 km east of the closest port of Phuket Island.
The list of things to do in Phuket is endless from the incredibly vast range of attractions, activities and tours, fabulous beaches and natural wonders to glittering temples.
There are a lot of Phuket Tours to explore in and around the island, and many places are easy to reach, so what are the best? Some other great places need a boat or a minibus ride and a bit of planning.
The famous Maya Bay has reopened after a long and much-needed break from the increasing herds of tourists who were travelling all the way to see with their own eyes what this bay of Phi Phi Islands seen in the old Movie ‘The Beach looked like.
John Gray’s Hong by Starlight day trip in Phang Nga Bay is an extraordinary adventure that offers a unique and immersive experience in one of Thailand’s most captivating natural wonders.
Bamboo Island, situated near Phi Phi Island, is a picturesque tropical getaway with stunning beaches, clear waters, and lush vegetation covering most of the island.
What to Do in Phuket? Phuket is known for its beautiful beaches, crystal-clear waters, and vibrant nightlife. Some of the most popular attractions on the island include the Big Buddha, Wat Chalong Temple, the old streets of Phuket Town
Phi Phi island is blessed with beaches and nearby islands more beautiful than ever so many travellers wonder what the islands look like, how to get there, and how long should they stay.
What are the most popular dive sites near Phuket Island? Phuket is the gateway to diving in Thailand’s Andaman Sea; it’s the jumping-off point for both northern and southern Andaman Sea dive sites.
Siam Niramit Phuket is a surprising show narrating 700 years of Thailand’s history. The stage is immense, and the choreography involving more than a hundred people is spotless.
There are so many big and small islands around Phuket; it would take forever to visit them all. Most are not far, and you should consider island hopping for your trip or even a private cruise. These are just a few islands near Phuket…
The Similan Islands form a fabulous archipelago in the Andaman Sea, just 120 km northwest of Phuket island. These small islands are so stunning; you don’t even need to be an excellent photographer to come back with amazing photos.
If this is your first visit to Phuket, there are a few things you should know about the island before planning your itinerary or booking… Read More »9 Things you should know before exploring Phuket
James Bond Island, locally known as Khao Ping Kan, is located about 25 kilometres northeast of Phuket Island, in the bay of Phang Nga. This unusual limestone rock formation is one of the many places in Phang Nga people have on their Phuket must-see list.
Phang Nga Bay is such a fantastic place. A thousand islands and vertiginous cliffs standing above the sea is a scenery out of this world. No matter how often we visit Phang Nga Bay, it is always a jaw-dropping landscape.
Koh Racha Island or Koh Racha Yai (also called Raya Island) is a small idyllic island just 12 kilometres south of Phuket, popular for day trips, snorkelling and scuba diving. The island is so small it can only accommodate a few resorts
Kayaking in Phuket with John Gray Sea Canoe is a fascinating experience, and the best way is to explore Phang Nga, slowly gliding among giant cliffs in a silent kayak.