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Flights to Phuket (HKT)

Make sure you don’t underestimate Phuket – from a vibrant party scene to unbelievable natural phenomena, this small island has it all.

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Phuket, Thailand
Phuket was one of Thailand’s first resort destinations, meaning there’s plenty to see and do – especially if you are willing to venture past the main strips.

The island has its own unique cultural attractions and character that ensures visitors keep returning year after year. The food, for example, provides a little extra kick in your cuisine as dishes here are often more spicy than in the rest of Thailand. (But don’t despair if heat isn’t your thing as Phuket is built on catering to tourists from all over the globe and you will find somewhere to suit all tastes.)

When it comes to natural beauty, Phuket also delivers. You can see the incredible limestone karsts in the south – awe-inspiring rock formations that tower out of the water – or, if you’re feeling bold, you can venture into the jungle in the north for beautiful scenery and wonderful wildlife.

It makes a great base for a spot of island hopping too. Some authentic and traditional Thai experiences can be found in one of the nearby islands like Ko Yao Noi, from which you can explore the wonderful bay of Ao Phang Nga. And afterwards, you can return to your welcoming accommodation.

Whether it’s incredibly cheap huts, basic apartments or large mid-range hotels, the island’s hotel offering has something for everyone. The villa-based lodging options offer the wow factor, with many lining the shore or offering private pools. These properties often provide a sanctuary away from the bustle of the party towns such as Patong or Kata.

Having said this there are great options in the central towns, where clean, spacious and functional lodging can be found, providing an ideal base for exploration of Phuket. But what is virtually guaranteed across all property types and budgets is the traditional and world-renowned Thai hospitality – the warm welcome never comes at an extra cost.

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The Boudoir, Collector's Villa, Iniala Beach House, PhuketIniala Beach House, the brainchild of wealthy philanthropist Mark Weingard, is located on Natai beach on the Andaman Sea, and it is undeniably impressive. Boasting three villas – each featuring three rooms, all by different designers – and a large penthouse, courtesy of British designer Graham Lamb, Iniala also comprises a pop art-inspired gym and a two-storey building with a children’s hotel upstairs and a bar-games room downstairs, while guests can also enjoy their own chef, spa therapist and driver.
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The Boudoir, Collector's Villa, Iniala Beach House, Phuket



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