- 1 How do you get to Freedom Beach Phuket?
- 2 Can you walk to Freedom Beach?
- 3 What is the nicest beach in Phuket?
- 4 Which beach should I stay in Phuket?
- 5 How do you get to Laem Sing Beach?
- 6 What should I avoid in Phuket?
- 7 Which Phuket beach was hit by tsunami?
- 8 Which is the best location to stay in Phuket?
- 9 Is it better to stay in Patong or Karon?
- 10 How safe is Phuket?
- 11 Is Phuket good for couples?
How do you get to Freedom Beach Phuket?
How to Get to Freedom Beach? Freedom Beach is only accessible by longtail boat and only during the high season, usually from December to June. The shortest route is from the southern end of Patong Beach near the big bridge at Amari Phuket, but you could also get a Kata, Karon or even Kamala Beach.
Can you walk to Freedom Beach?
Tourists can’t just walk to Freedom Beach, but savvy travelers can use the following tips to gain access to this hidden gem. Keep in mind also that the beach spot can only be visited during high season, between December and June, and entry costs 200 THB per person.
What is the nicest beach in Phuket?
14 Top-Rated Beaches in Phuket
- Freedom Beach. Freedom Beach.
- Kata (including Kata Noi and Kata Yai) Aerial view of Kata Beach.
- Ao Sane Beach. Ao Sane Beach.
- Patong Beach. Umbrella-shaded sun loungers on Patong Beach.
- Karon Beach. Golden sand at Karon Beach.
- Paradise Beach. Paradise Beach.
- Bang Tao Beach.
- Nai Harn Beach.
Which beach should I stay in Phuket?
Karon – Best place to stay in Phuket for tourists Karon beach is not as frantic as Patong beach but often referred to as “Patong’s Little Sister, located only 20 minutes away from Patong. In Karon you will find a range of small shops/markets, a bar or 2 and nice little restaurants and cafes.
How do you get to Laem Sing Beach?
Go to Surin beach and walk south (that’s to the left of the beach when facing the sea). You will see a tiny white sign near the sea and a guy standing next to it. The poster is in English. The price is 100 baht per person or 400 baht for the whole boat if you don’t feel like waiting.
What should I avoid in Phuket?
Things Not to Do in Phuket
- Don’t disrespect the Royal Family.
- Don’t wear your shoes in a temple.
- Don’t visit a temple with short clothes.
- Don’t take Buddha images out of the country.
- Do not touch a monk.
- Don’t point your feet at someone.
- Walk around town without a shirt (and ride a bike)
Which Phuket beach was hit by tsunami?
The popular tourist resort of Phuket was badly hit. Some 250 people were reported dead, including tourists. The tsunami struck the west coast of Phuket island, flooding and causing damage to almost all the major beaches such as Patong, Karon, Kamala, and Kata beach.
Which is the best location to stay in Phuket?
Where To Stay In Phuket: The Best Areas To Stay (Updated)
- For Couples & Families: North & South Patong.
- For Singles & Party-Hoppers: Central Patong.
- For Honeymooners, Couples & Families: Karon & Kata.
- For Culture & History Buffs: Phuket Old Town.
- For Luxury & Privacy: Bang Tao.
Is it better to stay in Patong or Karon?
Agree that Karon is better than Patong (and I think better than Kata too). Karon has everything that Patong does but just on a smaller scale and without the crowds. Yes, IMO Karon beach is a lot nicer than Patong. There are plenty of great restaurants in Karon – Red Onion, Ging & Karon Seafood to name a few.
How safe is Phuket?
Phuket is quite a safe destination for female travelers, who are unlikely harassed because of how they’re dressed, and doesn’t have significant issues with violent street crime. The two biggest criminal threats to female tourists in Phuket are drink spiking and scams.
Is Phuket good for couples?
Phuket is one of the most romantic destinations in the world and the many exciting things that you can try here make it perfect. The best area to stay in Phuket for families is North and South Patong and for couples and honeymooners is Kata and Karon.