On arrival at Phuket Airport, you will be met by our representative and assisted to the designated coach/car booked for you.
Phuket, Thailand's largest island, is often called the pearl of the Andaman. Its natural opulence – the rocky peninsular, limestone cliffs, white powdery beaches, tranquil broad bays and tropical in-land forests – help make it Southern Thailand’s wealthiest, busiest and most popular island. Besides sea, sand and sky, Phuket also offers its visitors forests and world-renowned diving sites. Sino-Portuguese architecture casts its spell here, and Phuket-style hospitality has never failed to impress visitors from all walks of life.
Transfer and check-in at selected hotel.
In the afternoon, go on a sightseeing tour of Phuket, visiting Karon/Three Beaches viewpoint, Old Phuket’s Sino-Portuguese buildings, Wat Chalong, the Cashew Nut Factory and Promthep Cape.
Drive along beach roads through Patong, Karon, Kata and Rawai. Visit the hilltop 'Three Beaches' Viewpoint to take in the beautiful vista of the bays of Kata Noi, Kata, Karon and Kho Pu Island. This is one of the island's best scenic spots.
Explore Old Phuket Town to view the Sino-Portuguese style buildings, built more than 100 years ago.
Wat Chalong, Phuket's most beautiful and renowned monastery, is home to statues of monk-hero Luang Pho Chaem and his assistant Luang Pho Chuang. They are both revered by the locals for their roles in fighting against the Chinese rebellion in 1876, and for the help they gave injured people by using their knowledge of herbal medicine.
Visit the Cashew Nut Factory to witness the processing of cashew nuts. Afterwards, proceed to the famous sunset viewpoint at Promthep Cape, which offers one of the most beautiful panoramas on the island.
Overnight stay at the hotel.
Post breakfast, transfer to Phuket Port for a Phi-Phi island trip.
Phi Phi's beauty is alluring. The islands, when approached by speedboat, rise from the sea like a fortress. Located about an hour from the Royal Phuket Marina, the Phi islands consist of Phi Don Island and Phi Ley Island.
The larger of the two, Phi Don has no roads, so there is no need for motorbikes or cars; this makes life more relaxed than usual but not less exciting. You can go walking, climbing, kayaking, snorkelling, deep-sea fishing, scuba diving, water-skiing, wind surfing and parasailing. Or you can just relax on one of the many beautiful Ton-Sai beaches. The main Phi Phi Don Village is often referred to as Tonsai Village by the people who live there. The main attraction of Ton-Sai Bay is the viewpoint, 350 metres up the mountain, which can be reached in about 45 minutes. You will have a stunning view of the isthmus of the two bays almost connecting in the middle.
Phi Phi Ley is an uninhabited island, and is home to many tourist attractions. Maya Bay and Phi Ley Bay are stunning beautiful bays with silky soft white sand, underwater colourful coral and exotic fish, all in exceptionally clear water. Maya bay is the most incredible place on Phi Phi Island, and it was used as a location for the Hollywood film "The Beach". Walk from the main beach to the back of the Maya Bay and explore the island’s fauna. Scenic coves on Phi Phi Ley’s Western and Southeastern shores are favourite stops for day-trip snorkelling. The Viking Cave is a cave right at sea level, filled with bird's nests. Painted on the walls are ancient colour paintings resembling viking boats; hence the name.
Later, return to the hotel.
Overnight stay at the hotel.
Post breakfast, check-out and transfer to Phuket Airport for a flight to Bangkok.
Departure from Bangkok
Meet and assist, on arrival at Don Muang Bangkok domestic Airport, and then transfer (45mins drive) to Suvarnabhumi International Airport for a flight to onward destination.