Phuket, the biggest of the thousands of islands sprinkled around Thailand's coastline, is a magical blend of everything a holidaymaker or expatriate could dream of.
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Local Tip Kids, teenagers and young adults will love this - safety is paramount and all equipment to EU standard. Just fly!
Local Tip This is no average Italian restaurant. It offers a wonderful selection of dishes which change regularly depending the availability of top imported Italian produce.
Many people perceive Phuket with its luxurious and exclusive beachside resorts as well as extravagant activities to do as a stomping ground for the...more »
Sandy beaches, tropical gardens, a sunset cruise on a traditional Junk style boat, an elephant trek and scuba diving are just a few places and situations where couples have come to exchange wedding...more »
Secluded, quiet and mellow, Koh Lanta is considered a breath of fresh air compared to the rest of the busier and party prone Phuket area. Resplendent...more »
2015 marks the 11th Annual Phuket Pride Celebration. The first night sees the pre-party night, followed by the grand opening party on the 19th and Phuket Pride Party Night on the 26th. The colourful and fantastic ‘Afternoon Gay Pride Parade’ and the fun street party are on the 26th. See more on the event at... more »
Phuket first-ever Japanese Sunday brunch is an indulging affair with distinguished sushi and sashimi, live teppanyaki and noodle stations and more at Kabuki restaurant. The price is 1,900 net Baht with free flow soft drinks and 2,500 net Baht with free flow alcoholic beverages (2 hour limit). Children under 12 can eat for 900 Baht. more »
Treat yourself to an incredible Sunday Brunch that sees a variety of extras for the athlete and for kids! Brunch includes French Fine de Claire oysters, imported lobster, Wagyu beef and homemade desserts and bakery items. The price is 1,800 Baht with non-alcoholic drinks and 900 Baht for kids: The buffet with free-flow wines and... more »
"I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel's sake" - Robert Louis Stevenson