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Bangkok

Phuket

12.02.2020

17.02.2020

RT from 959

959

Chiang Rai

Phuket

03.09.2019

10.09.2019

RT from 1 587

1 587

Singapore

Phuket

18.09.2019

22.09.2019

RT from 1 602

1 602

Pattaya

Phuket

06.01.2020

09.01.2020

RT from 1 796

1 796

Kuala Lumpur

Phuket

22.09.2019

25.09.2019

RT from 1 826

1 826

Penang

Phuket

02.09.2019

04.09.2019

RT from 2 306

2 306

Udon Thani

Phuket

15.01.2020

18.01.2020

RT from 2 514

2 514

Chiang Mai

Phuket

26.11.2019

27.11.2019

RT from 2 645

2 645

Krabi

Phuket

20.09.2019

24.09.2019

RT from 2 646

2 646

Khon Kaen

Phuket

07.09.2019

09.09.2019

RT from 2 771

2 771

Johor Bahru

Phuket

16.09.2019

18.09.2019

RT from 3 164

3 164

Hat Yai

Phuket

29.08.2019

01.09.2019

RT from 3 294

3 294

Ho Chi Minh City

Phuket

04.11.2019

06.11.2019

RT from 3 319

3 319

Hong Kong

Phuket

25.11.2019

29.11.2019

RT from 3 476

3 476

Macau

Phuket

18.10.2019

21.10.2019

RT from 3 651

3 651

Yangon

Phuket

15.12.2019

19.12.2019

RT from 4 074

4 074

Da Nang

Phuket

09.09.2019

17.09.2019

RT from 4 513

4 513

Jakarta

Phuket

19.09.2019

21.09.2019

RT from 4 770

4 770

Phnom Penh

Phuket

21.11.2019

24.11.2019

RT from 4 843

4 843

Medan

Phuket

13.03.2020

19.03.2020

RT from 4 912

4 912

Guangzhou

Phuket

20.11.2019

28.11.2019

RT from 5 017

5 017

Taipei

Phuket

21.01.2020

03.02.2020

RT from 5 093

5 093

Nha Trang

Phuket

06.09.2019

13.09.2019

RT from 5 095

5 095

Hanoi

Phuket

08.06.2020

20.06.2020

RT from 5 103

5 103

Chengdu

Phuket

20.09.2019

27.09.2019

RT from 5 111

5 111

Denpasar Bali

Phuket

17.02.2020

24.02.2020

RT from 5 127

5 127

Wuhan

Phuket

09.09.2019

11.09.2019

RT from 5 244

5 244

Ubon Ratchathani

Phuket

12.04.2020

15.04.2020

RT from 5 353

5 353

Manila

Phuket

04.02.2020

07.02.2020

RT from 5 392

5 392

Shanghai

Phuket

16.02.2020

27.02.2020

RT from 5 844

5 844

Cebu

Phuket

17.02.2020

18.02.2020

RT from 5 923

5 923

Mumbai

Phuket

26.09.2019

30.09.2019

RT from 5 993

5 993

Kolkata

Phuket

03.09.2019

13.09.2019

RT from 6 036

6 036

Koh Samui

Phuket

25.08.2019

01.09.2019

RT from 6 057

6 057

Bangalore

Phuket

10.01.2020

15.01.2020

RT from 6 135

6 135

Beijing

Phuket

27.10.2019

06.11.2019

RT from 6 153

6 153

Chennai

Phuket

30.10.2019

03.11.2019

RT from 6 203

6 203

Sihanoukville

Phuket

07.11.2019

10.11.2019

RT from 6 294

6 294

Seoul

Phuket

27.08.2019

04.09.2019

RT from 6 318

6 318

Surabaya

Phuket

26.08.2019

29.08.2019

RT from 6 448

6 448

Shijiazhuang

Phuket

24.09.2019

30.09.2019

RT from 6 474

6 474

New Delhi

Phuket

09.09.2019

13.09.2019

RT from 6 598

6 598

CRK

Phuket

04.02.2020

07.02.2020

RT from 6 602

6 602

Hefei (Luogang Airport)

Phuket

15.11.2019

23.11.2019

RT from 6 683

6 683

Sanya

Phuket

10.10.2019

26.10.2019

RT from 6 748

6 748

Colombo

Phuket

01.11.2019

16.11.2019

RT from 6 788

6 788

Goa

Phuket

11.09.2019

18.09.2019

RT from 6 967

6 967

Nanjing

Phuket

07.10.2019

13.10.2019

RT from 6 993

6 993

Tokyo

Phuket

14.10.2019

21.10.2019

RT from 7 050

7 050

Hangzhou

Phuket

14.09.2019

21.09.2019

RT from 7 052

7 052

Perth

Phuket

02.05.2020

09.05.2020

RT from 7 117

7 117

Kathmandu

Phuket

04.11.2019

07.11.2019

RT from 7 361

7 361

Hyderabad

Phuket

03.09.2019

10.09.2019

RT from 7 430

7 430

Melbourne

Phuket

13.03.2020

23.03.2020

RT from 7 553

7 553

Phrae

Phuket

20.12.2019

03.01.2020

RT from 7 647

7 647

Nagoya

Phuket

31.10.2019

06.11.2019

RT from 7 858

7 858

Gold Coast

Phuket

01.02.2020

15.02.2020

RT from 7 946

7 946

Kochi

Phuket

30.10.2019

03.11.2019

RT from 8 036

8 036

Dhaka

Phuket

08.11.2019

14.11.2019

RT from 8 053

8 053

Shenyang

Phuket

30.08.2019

05.09.2019

RT from 8 463

8 463

Male

Phuket

01.06.2020

04.06.2020

RT from 8 719

8 719

Indore

Phuket

06.12.2019

12.12.2019

RT from 8 772

8 772

Xiamen

Phuket

20.11.2019

28.11.2019

RT from 8 858

8 858

Busan

Phuket

20.11.2019

28.11.2019

RT from 8 908

8 908

Sydney

Phuket

25.11.2019

06.12.2019

RT from 8 920

8 920

Qingdao

Phuket

26.08.2019

30.08.2019

RT from 9 097

9 097

Jinan

Phuket

26.08.2019

30.08.2019

RT from 9 097

9 097

Ahmedabad

Phuket

14.09.2019

19.09.2019

RT from 9 175

9 175

Harbin

Phuket

15.09.2019

26.09.2019

RT from 9 324

9 324

Tianjin

Phuket

29.09.2019

02.10.2019

RT from 9 534

9 534

Trat

Phuket

10.12.2019

10.12.2019

RT from 9 865

9 865

Amritsar

Phuket

18.10.2019

22.10.2019

RT from 10 288

10 288

Moscow

Phuket

25.08.2019

23.09.2019

RT from 10 454

10 454

Coimbatore

Phuket

30.10.2019

03.11.2019

RT from 10 617

10 617

Ranchi

Phuket

20.09.2019

28.09.2019

RT from 11 021

11 021

Irkutsk

Phuket

28.11.2019

20.12.2019

RT from 11 216

11 216

Helsinki

Phuket

30.09.2019

28.10.2019

RT from 11 445

11 445

Vladivostok

Phuket

09.09.2019

23.09.2019

RT from 12 004

12 004

Osaka

Phuket

29.12.2019

09.01.2020

RT from 12 316

12 316

London

Phuket

03.11.2019

17.11.2019

RT from 12 386

12 386

Mandalay

Phuket

18.01.2020

18.01.2020

RT from 12 495

12 495

Novosibirsk

Phuket

28.11.2019

20.12.2019

RT from 12 511

12 511

Darwin

Phuket

02.05.2020

09.05.2020

RT from 12 556

12 556

Johannesburg

Phuket

08.11.2019

16.11.2019

RT from 12 727

12 727

Brisbane

Phuket

17.11.2019

25.11.2019

RT from 12 891

12 891

Yanji

Phuket

05.09.2019

09.09.2019

RT from 13 016

13 016

Paris

Phuket

21.03.2020

05.04.2020

RT from 13 023

13 023

Dubai

Phuket

09.02.2020

28.02.2020

RT from 13 031

13 031

Vancouver

Phuket

24.09.2019

17.10.2019

RT from 13 251

13 251

New York

Phuket

02.12.2019

06.12.2019

RT from 13 409

13 409

Karachi

Phuket

15.09.2019

21.09.2019

RT from 13 477

13 477

Heihe

Phuket

05.10.2019

13.10.2019

RT from 13 563

13 563

Dusseldorf

Phuket

30.10.2019

08.11.2019

RT from 13 692

13 692

Frankfurt

Phuket

29.10.2019

14.11.2019

RT from 13 697

13 697

Los Angeles

Phuket

31.10.2019

14.11.2019

RT from 13 738

13 738

Stockholm

Phuket

28.02.2020

13.03.2020

RT from 13 787

13 787

Agartala

Phuket

23.12.2019

30.12.2019

RT from 13 839

13 839

Yancheng

Phuket

31.08.2019

01.09.2019

RT from 13 886

13 886

Berlin

Phuket

18.03.2020

02.04.2020

RT from 13 893

13 893

Adelaide

Phuket

02.05.2020

09.05.2020

RT from 13 944

13 944

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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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    Original story by Shin Ji-hye An all-electric bus sits on the campus at King Mongkut’s University of Technology in Thonburi, Bangkok. The electric bus is a joint project between Korea and Thailand, led mainly by Korean automaker Edison Motors, which …
  • Central opens first luxury outlet at Suvarnabhumi on August 31
    Central Village, “Thailand’s first international luxury outlet”, located near Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok, will officially open on August 31. The Nation reports that the design of the 5 billion baht facility, owned by the Central Patt …
  • Phuket Governor and Vice Governor deny million baht bribe accusation
    Recently, an audio clip went viral, claiming to have recorded a conversation between an anonymous man and an employee from a project accused of having encroached on Sirinat National Park (in Phuket’s north west). Phuket Governor, Pakkapong Tawi …
  • Noodle shop ‘taking the piss’ with special ingredient
    PHOTOS: sanook.com Thai Facebook page ‘Return.v12’ has posted a storey about people who believe in the “power of urine” and that it can heal body pain and diseases. The noodle shop owner admitted that he has been using his own …
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    PHOTO: The pleasant smile and wai won’t fill aircraft seats anymore Whilst it’s always a generally pleasant experience flying Thai Airways, the airline, in a business sense, is a basket case racking up nearly a decade of losses, first und …
  • Thailand Prime Minister rejects calls to ban plastic bags
    PHOTO: Chiang Rai Times In what some may see as a baffling contradiction, Thai PM Prayut Chan-o-cha promised to protect marine life, while simultaneously rejecting an increasing number of calls for a ban on single-use plastic bags. Following the deat …