When heading to Phuket most people may think about taking a luxury yacht to nearby islands, sunbathing on the white-sand beaches and enjoying activities like surfing and jet-skiing. However, did you know that there’s another side of tourism which is community based tourism? It consists of actually staying with local people, living and working like a local and enjoying a real natural touch that you won’t find in ‘ordinary’ tours. You can do this on a quiet and idyllic island that takes less than 15 minutes to get to from Phuket Island, and it’s called Koh Lone.
Visiting Phuket is not only about local food, going to the beaches, and planned activities, it’s also about seeking out unique souvenirs. But let’s be clear; Phuket Souvenirs are not only made up of the usual dried shrimp paste, or Tao-Sor nor rice fish. There are also many good quality goods that are manufactured in Phuket which are unique to the island and unavailable in other locations. Get them here or you won’t find them anywhere else so let’s check them out now!
‘Work Hard; Play Harder’ is a great concept when you really want to experience anything more than 100% or to give it all you’ve got and then some. If you already spend the whole week working hard, with the gang at the weekend you should get as crazy as you can! Ladies and gentlemen I give you ‘HYPE Luxury Boat Club’ – an extreme party boat that you and your friends absolutely have to try.
Sea Dragon is another name knows for Phuket Island as the island look like the dragon. And because majority of Phuketian are Chinese, thus, the belief of the sea dragon had been in their spirit. To be experience on Phijittra Dragon Boat and see the beautiful of Andaman sea is consider as another way of learning Phuket’s culture and traditional. We are talking about sunset viewing from the boat over Andaman sea together with enjoying special dinner buffet.