Phuket, a rain forested, mountainous island in the Andaman Sea, has some of Thailand’s most popular beaches, along with the beautiful views of the Phi Phi islands from the hotels which is simply breath-taking.
When going to the Phi Phi Island I decided to use a speed boat so that I could reach there much faster. Phi Phi is a thriving hub of activity—by day, a coastal paradise typified by bobbing long tail boats and sparkling white sand; by night, a beating, hedonistic heart with beaches that pulsate with loud music and fire parties. This paradise destination just 30 miles from mainland Thailand is the scene of the blockbuster movie “The Beach.” The uninhabited paradise provides visitors with the feeling of swimming in an aquarium.
By the time I returned back to Phuket, it was already night time so I planned to go to the Phuket Fantasea theme park. It is a cultural park offering elaborate shows with elephants, a buffet, an animal exhibition and shopping. I had a great time especially because I got to ride the elephants that were decorated so beautifully with patterns of flowers.
Walking back to the hotel was so peaceful because most of the city had gone to sleep other than the shops whose bright lights were on up till late. The streets were made of cobblestone with buildings made of white clay making the streets look magnificent as it superannuated.
The following day, I headed to Wat Phra Nang Sang, which is a place that is just as special as its name. This is a special temple with many buildings decorated with a multitude of intricate ornaments, then surrounded by a multitude of statues of diverse origins, often not in the same style or not with a big picture in mind. This makes it so peculiar and I am sure that you will love it as well.
Overall I think very highly of Phuket. I look forward to another visit sometime. You can too by booking a Phuket tour on [email protected]