phuket, thailand

Phuket, Thailand - A Gees Travel Guide and Adventure

PHUKET.. what came first in our mind was the beautiful beaches, food and nightlife!.  With this in mind, we hoop onto another adventure last July 2014.

Phuket is the largest island that is located on the Southern part of Thailand.  It became a known tourist destination for individuals who want to experience all kinds of activity from sea, land, entertainment and authentic seafood food delights.

how to enter phuket

All tourist entering Phuket must possess a passport that is valid for at least six(6) months.  Foreign nationals from the below-listed countries are required to obtain a Visa on Arrival which usually cost at 2000 THB.  An equivalent of 15 or 30 days stay will be given from Thailand Immigration.

  • Andorra
  • Bulgaria
  • Bhutan
  • China
  • Cyprus
  • Ethiopia
  • Fiji
  • India
  • Kazakhstan
  • Latvia
  • Lithuania
  • Maldives
  • Malta
  • Mauritius
  • Papua New Guinea
  • Romania
  • San Marino
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Taiwan
  • Ukraine
  • Uzbekistan

best time to travel phuket

Phuket has a tropical climate that naturally consists of warm, cool and rainy. The high influx of tourist usually during the season between November to February since during this time the weather is cool and dry.  After that, the hot season will start and end on the month of May while remaining months will be monsoon and rainy season. During our stay in Phuket, we experienced some scattered rain shower.

how to get there

We booked our two(2) way ticket from Jetstar for two-person at S$. Our scheduled flight was st 8:50 pm and we arrived at the airport pass 9 pm local time.  It was 2-hour travel as there is one (1) hour time delay difference between Singapore and Phuket.


Tuk-Tuk is the known mode of transportation which is accessible in every street corner of the city center.  For guided tour outside the city, private car/van service is available depending on half or full day activity. Our hotel has local guide which we availed during our half-day city tour activity.


The hotel is ideally located in Patong, which is nearby to bars, cafe and a 15-minute walk to shopping centers as well as the famous Patong Beach.  We booked the hotel for two(2) nights through Agoda and was satisfied with the service, cleanliness and buffet breakfast.

Citrus Heights
Patong, Kathu
Room Rate: S$138 (2 nights with free breakfast)

Places that we have eaten

Phuket, Thailand
a taste of local food in Phuket

Places that we have been

First Day

Big Buddha | Karon, Mueang Phuket District

Is one of the known landmarks in Phuket where it has the huge statue that sits on top of the Nakkerd Hills between Chalong and Kata.  It is 45 meters high that is visible even from Phuket Town and Karon Beach.
Entrance Fee: FREE | Opening Hours:  8:00 am – 7:30 pm

Wat Chalong | Chalong, Mueang Phuket,

It is the largest temple in Phuket which is frequently visited by local and tourist to pray and pay respect for the monks.
Entrance Fee: FREE | Opening Hours:  7:00 am – 5:00 pm

Patong Beach |

It is the most popular beach in Phuket that is located in the main city.

Bangla Road | Rat-U-Thit Road and Beach Road,

Is a 400m road that is closed to traffic once the sun sets. It consists of neon lights, loud music, and cheap beer. Jammed most nights of the year, it is quite a friendly and lively place to walk around.

Simon Cabaret Show | 8 Sirirat Rd, Tambon Patong

It is the most popular musical ladyboy show in creative choreography, high-end lighting, and extravagant attires.
Entrance Fee: | Showtime  6:00pm / 7:30pm / 9:00pm

Phuket, Thailand
Phuket, Thailand
Phuket, Thailand

Phuket is an amazing place to explore nature, check scenic ocean and sandy beaches at the same time to simply unwind and relax. Phuket is a paradise where parties and food are everywhere. It was a fun adventure.

We saw how religious the place because they built a big statue of their God outside the temple and noticed how local people gave praises. Aside from Phuket attractive beaches, the country is known for many elephants and some were put in a sanctuary. Phuket also has a lot of food to offer, local or international.

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Please check below our 3 Days + 2 Nights Phuket-Thailand Itinerary for reference.

3 Days + 2 Nights - PHUKET ITINERARY


  • 08:30pm Depart Singapore
                      Jetstar 3K537
  • 09:30pm ETA Phuket
                      Phuket International Airport
                      Immigration Clearance
  • 10:00pm  Head to Hotel
                     Ride Van at Airport
  • 11:30pm  ETA Hotel
                     Citrus Heights
  • 12:00am  Rest & Sleep                


  • 07:00am Wake Up
  • 07:30am Buffet Breakfast
  • 08:30am Arrange Transport
                      Phuket Tour – Local Guide
                      Hotel Pickup
  • 09:30am 1st Stop
                     Big Buddha
                     Entrance Fee:
  • 10:00am 2nd Stop
                     Elephant Ride
  • 10:45am  3rd Stop
                     Wat Chalong
  • 11:30am  Lunch
                     Seafood Restaurant
  • 01:30pm Head to Karon Beach
  • 02:30pm Head to Hotel
  • 04:00pm Walk to Patong Beach
                      Jungceylong Shopping Mall
  • 06:00pm Dinner
  • 06:40pm Head to Hotel
  • 07:30pm Watch Simon Cabaret Show
                      Entrance Fee:
  • 09:00pm Head to Bangla Road
  • 11:30pm   Head back to Hotel
                      Rest Sleep


  • 07:00am Wake Up
  • 07:30am Buffet Breakfast
  • 08:00am Arrange Transport
                      Phi Phi Island Tour
                      Hotel Pickup
  • 08:30am Head to Ferry Terminal
                      Chalong Pier
  • 09:00am Ride Ferry 
  • 10:30am  Swim on Ocean
                      Phi Phi Island
  • 11:30am   Lunch
  • 01:30pm  Swim on the Beach
  • 02:30pm Ride Ferry
                      End of Phi Phi Tour
  • 04:00pm ETA Ferry Terminal
                      Head to Hotel
  • 06:30pm Dinner
  • 07:30pm Head to Airport
  • 08:30pm ETA Airport
                      Phuket International Airport
  • 11:50pm   Depart Phuket
  • 02:30am  ETA Singapore
  • 03:30am  Home

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