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Bangkok

Phuket

03.08.2020

31.08.2020

RT from 1 417

1 417

Singapore

Phuket

22.03.2021

29.03.2021

RT from 2 487

2 487

Pattaya

Phuket

05.03.2021

07.03.2021

RT from 2 594

2 594

Udon Thani

Phuket

27.10.2020

31.10.2020

RT from 2 819

2 819

Kuala Lumpur

Phuket

26.02.2021

28.02.2021

RT from 2 853

2 853

Chiang Mai

Phuket

23.09.2020

25.09.2020

RT from 2 868

2 868

Khon Kaen

Phuket

07.10.2020

09.10.2020

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3 017

Hong Kong

Phuket

23.10.2020

09.11.2020

RT from 3 116

3 116

Ho Chi Minh City

Phuket

01.10.2020

08.10.2020

RT from 3 445

3 445

Nakhon Si Thammarat

Phuket

25.08.2020

28.08.2020

RT from 3 458

3 458

Chiang Rai

Phuket

25.07.2020

26.07.2020

RT from 3 903

3 903

Sakon Nakhon

Phuket

25.09.2020

24.10.2020

RT from 4 200

4 200

Hat Yai

Phuket

31.07.2020

01.08.2020

RT from 4 424

4 424

Surat Thani

Phuket

17.07.2020

20.07.2020

RT from 4 570

4 570

Phitsanulok

Phuket

03.08.2020

04.08.2020

RT from 4 575

4 575

Buri Ram

Phuket

31.07.2020

02.08.2020

RT from 4 738

4 738

Roi Et

Phuket

28.08.2020

30.08.2020

RT from 4 791

4 791

Langkawi

Phuket

11.09.2020

14.09.2020

RT from 4 920

4 920

Ubon Ratchathani

Phuket

16.04.2021

19.04.2021

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5 007

Jakarta

Phuket

27.11.2020

05.12.2020

RT from 5 206

5 206

Phnom Penh

Phuket

28.10.2020

02.11.2020

RT from 5 217

5 217

Hanoi

Phuket

15.12.2020

25.12.2020

RT from 5 428

5 428

Nha Trang

Phuket

12.03.2021

21.03.2021

RT from 5 636

5 636

Koh Samui

Phuket

12.07.2020

15.07.2020

RT from 5 933

5 933

Da Nang

Phuket

04.03.2021

06.03.2021

RT from 6 102

6 102

Seoul

Phuket

11.09.2020

15.09.2020

RT from 6 114

6 114

Colombo

Phuket

29.12.2020

11.01.2021

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6 650

Denpasar Bali

Phuket

20.01.2021

20.01.2021

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6 790

Perth

Phuket

04.11.2020

18.11.2020

RT from 7 182

7 182

Taipei

Phuket

25.09.2020

01.10.2020

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7 603

Tokyo

Phuket

28.11.2020

03.12.2020

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7 845

Manila

Phuket

17.10.2020

23.10.2020

RT from 7 981

7 981

New Delhi

Phuket

14.08.2020

17.08.2020

RT from 7 987

7 987

Guangzhou

Phuket

02.01.2021

17.01.2021

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8 347

Hyderabad

Phuket

24.10.2020

30.10.2020

RT from 8 454

8 454

Melbourne

Phuket

07.08.2020

14.08.2020

RT from 8 640

8 640

Sydney

Phuket

06.01.2021

13.01.2021

RT from 9 660

9 660

Dhaka

Phuket

17.09.2020

30.09.2020

RT from 9 829

9 829

Busan

Phuket

17.02.2021

25.02.2021

RT from 9 855

9 855

Irkutsk

Phuket

29.10.2020

13.11.2020

RT from 10 301

10 301

Nanjing

Phuket

04.01.2021

11.01.2021

RT from 10 403

10 403

Beijing

Phuket

21.12.2020

05.01.2021

RT from 10 643

10 643

Chennai

Phuket

24.10.2020

29.10.2020

RT from 10 707

10 707

Vladivostok

Phuket

14.09.2020

30.09.2020

RT from 11 217

11 217

Kolkata

Phuket

24.10.2020

29.10.2020

RT from 11 223

11 223

Novosibirsk

Phuket

31.10.2020

08.11.2020

RT from 11 267

11 267

Harbin

Phuket

30.06.2021

02.07.2021

RT from 11 632

11 632

Daegu

Phuket

07.01.2021

13.01.2021

RT from 12 207

12 207

Amsterdam

Phuket

02.12.2020

21.12.2020

RT from 12 311

12 311

Dubai

Phuket

15.08.2020

23.08.2020

RT from 12 476

12 476

Moscow

Phuket

30.11.2020

07.12.2020

RT from 12 930

12 930

Osaka

Phuket

29.12.2020

04.01.2021

RT from 14 256

14 256

Changsha

Phuket

01.10.2020

07.10.2020

RT from 14 688

14 688

Saint Petersburg

Phuket

15.02.2021

15.03.2021

RT from 15 104

15 104

Khabarovsk

Phuket

10.09.2020

25.09.2020

RT from 15 252

15 252

Lipetsk

Phuket

17.09.2020

24.09.2020

RT from 15 449

15 449

Paris

Phuket

08.11.2020

28.11.2020

RT from 15 846

15 846

Sharjah

Phuket

02.02.2021

03.03.2021

RT from 15 919

15 919

Krasnojarsk

Phuket

28.10.2020

08.11.2020

RT from 15 943

15 943

Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk

Phuket

11.01.2021

05.02.2021

RT from 16 079

16 079

Budapest

Phuket

17.02.2021

04.03.2021

RT from 16 204

16 204

Voronezh

Phuket

27.09.2020

09.10.2020

RT from 16 258

16 258

Warsaw

Phuket

07.03.2021

14.03.2021

RT from 16 342

16 342

Los Angeles

Phuket

01.11.2020

01.12.2020

RT from 16 407

16 407

Milan

Phuket

10.12.2020

24.12.2020

RT from 16 412

16 412

Nagoya

Phuket

29.12.2020

04.01.2021

RT from 16 550

16 550

Rome

Phuket

07.12.2020

29.12.2020

RT from 16 762

16 762

Johannesburg

Phuket

29.10.2020

26.11.2020

RT from 16 807

16 807

Zurich

Phuket

14.02.2021

27.02.2021

RT from 16 851

16 851

Billund

Phuket

04.10.2020

18.10.2020

RT from 16 854

16 854

Kazan

Phuket

25.01.2021

02.02.2021

RT from 16 862

16 862

Novokuznetsk

Phuket

14.01.2021

16.02.2021

RT from 16 885

16 885

Perm

Phuket

08.03.2021

17.03.2021

RT from 16 948

16 948

Volgograd

Phuket

24.02.2021

01.03.2021

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16 960

Omsk

Phuket

13.11.2020

27.11.2020

RT from 16 964

16 964

Nizhniy Novgorod

Phuket

25.01.2021

15.02.2021

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16 971

Saratov

Phuket

01.09.2020

08.09.2020

RT from 16 977

16 977

Copenhagen

Phuket

13.12.2020

25.12.2020

RT from 17 032

17 032

Murmansk

Phuket

26.01.2021

11.02.2021

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17 036

Prague

Phuket

11.03.2021

20.03.2021

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17 057

Dusseldorf

Phuket

01.06.2021

15.06.2021

RT from 17 136

17 136

Sofia

Phuket

03.03.2021

07.06.2021

RT from 17 138

17 138

Doha

Phuket

02.10.2020

17.10.2020

RT from 17 143

17 143

Lahore

Phuket

20.10.2020

26.10.2020

RT from 17 177

17 177

Rostov

Phuket

07.06.2021

16.06.2021

RT from 17 218

17 218

Kemerovo

Phuket

19.10.2020

30.10.2020

RT from 17 259

17 259

Abu Dhabi

Phuket

01.08.2020

15.08.2020

RT from 17 287

17 287

Frankfurt

Phuket

28.02.2021

18.03.2021

RT from 17 296

17 296

Krasnodar

Phuket

01.02.2021

15.02.2021

RT from 17 350

17 350

Samara

Phuket

19.01.2021

30.01.2021

RT from 17 398

17 398

Sochi

Phuket

01.09.2020

07.09.2020

RT from 17 463

17 463

Nizhnevartovsk

Phuket

01.06.2021

30.06.2021

RT from 17 588

17 588

NQZ

Phuket

19.11.2020

26.11.2020

RT from 17 665

17 665

Hamburg

Phuket

10.01.2021

31.01.2021

RT from 17 715

17 715

Yakutsk

Phuket

31.10.2020

29.11.2020

RT from 17 784

17 784

Ekaterinburg

Phuket

02.09.2020

17.09.2020

RT from 17 805

17 805

Helsinki

Phuket

03.11.2020

15.11.2020

RT from 17 922

17 922

Muscat

Phuket

13.08.2020

27.08.2020

RT from 17 938

17 938

Brussels

Phuket

04.02.2021

12.02.2021

RT from 18 020

18 020

Riyadh

Phuket

06.08.2020

16.08.2020

RT from 18 072

18 072

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Phuket, a rain-forested, mountainous island in the Andaman Sea, has some of Thailand’s most popular beaches, mostly situated along the clear waters of the western shore. The island is home to many high-end seaside resorts, spas and restaurants. Phuket City, the capital, has old shop houses and busy markets. Patong, the main resort town, has many nightclubs, bars and discos.
Phuket (Thai: ภูเก็ต, [pʰūː.kèt]) is one of the southern provinces (changwat) of Thailand. It consists of the island of Phuket, the country’s largest island, and another 32 smaller islands off its coast. It lies off the west coast of Thailand in the Andaman Sea. Phuket Island is connected by the Sarasin Bridge to Phang Nga Province to the north. The next nearest province is Krabi, to the east across Phang Nga Bay.
Phuket Province has an area of 576 square kilometres (222 sq mi), somewhat less than that of Singapore, and is the second-smallest province of Thailand. It formerly derived its wealth from tin and rubber, and enjoys a rich and colorful history. The island was on one of the major trading routes between India and China, and was frequently mentioned in foreign ship logs of Portuguese, French, Dutch, and English traders. The region now derives much of its income from tourism.
Maya Bay to re-open to tourists, but closed to boats
Maya Bay will re-open for tourists on Nov 1, but only to tourists arriving from Loh Samah Bay on the far side of the island. Maya Bay will remain closed to boats.

Sharks return to Thailand’s famous Maya Bay after tourist ban

In a move to prevent more environmental damage by heavy ‘overtourism’, the number of tourists allowed to enter Mu Ko Similan National Park, a key natural tourist attraction just over 80km northwest of Phuket, has been halved with a quota brought into effect on Monday (Oct 15). Only 3,850 visitors per day are now allowed

Phuket Immigration Drive Thru opens
Services provided through the Drive Thru window are:

1. Picking up one-year permits-to-stay
2. 90-day reporting
3. Confirmation of registered address (if no changes, after returning from staying out of Phuket).

SilkAir prepares for the holiday season with the launch of a sixth daily service between Singapore and Phuket effective May 24. more info…

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  • State quarantine for Thais entering Singapore, while harder hit nations get a pass
    Singapore’s government will continue to require that all Thai arrivals to the city-state undergo a 14 day mandatory state quarantine before being allowed to enter the country and mingle with the general population. Singapore, which has 45,298 t …
  • US delegation arrives, submits to Covid-19 screening
    The chief of staff of the US army, General James C. McConville, arrived in Thailand today with an entourage for a 2 day trip, at the invitation of the Royal Thai Army. He has also granted permission for the publication of the results of his Covid-19 …
  • Facebook group names and shames “farang prices”
    In days gone by, a foreigner visiting a national park or tourist site could often expect to be charged several times the price charged to a local. Now, thanks to a Facebook community naming and shaming venues that apply “farang prices” to foreign vis …
  • Separate tragedies across the nation
    Tragedy has struck around the nation in separate incidents. In the Hat Yai district of the southern Songkhla province, the bodies of the owners of the locally well known Nattharika Furniture were discovered this morning by a relative who had been ins …
  • Blaze destroys part of historic Si Ayutthaya temple
    Wat Chang Thong, built in the Ayutthaya period, has suffered severe fire damage last night as a blaze gutted one of its teak pavilions. Damage is estimated at 20 million baht. Police say the inferno at the temple in tambon Ko Rian, Si Ayutthaya distr …
  • Guinean man held for alleged rape of a minor in Bangkok
    A man from the western African nation of Guinea was arrested at a McDonald’s in Bangkok’s Bang Rak area for allegedly raping a 17 year old girl. 58 year old Mamady Keita, reportedly a ruby trader, is accused of luring the girl to a hotel in the …