Additionally, it is a fine investment, as it’s still under development. A new airport will be there soon, and the old one has been updated recently. Furthermore, its main road network has gone through an upgrade, so whoever wants to travel to other metropolitan cities from Phuket — they certainly can!
Beaches and beach clubs
Of course, the first thing anyone thinks of when considering Phuket as their next holiday spot is the light beachy breeze. Since it has more than 30 sandy beaches to choose from, you can easily pick any sort of atmosphere, scenery, and sand texture you can think of. Trust us — you won’t be able to figure out what the most beautiful beach is. However, that shouldn’t be a huge problem — make it a point to visit them all.
World-class amenities are also available in Phuket, as well as water activities and a variety of restaurants. Furthermore, many couples would recommend this part of Thailand as the perfect honeymoon spot. There’s something about it that helps them ease into their marriage by spending the first few weeks of marital life in a paradise.
If you want to explore beaches, we’d recommend Nai Harn, Paradise, Freedom, Surin and Kata. These are the best options for honeymooners and families. Additionally, you’ll find various beach clubs nearby where you can soak up the sun and enjoy a bit of luxury.
Culture and history
Though we’d recommend reading “A History of Phuket” by Colin Mackay before visiting, you ought to know that Phuket’s history is not just old but of great value too. In fact, the town itself is a marvelous sight for sore eyes and has been influenced by visitors over the years. At some point in its history, it became so well known that it was often brimming with movie stars! However, don’t forget to admire the various temples and statues around the town, as well as the all-important Great Buddha of Phuket. Those cultural remnants are the essence of Phuket — they make it a history buff’s paradise.
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