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 There's nothing more gratifying seeing a child smiling because they're learned to do something such as learning the English language along with other skills. Spend some time volunteering and experience fun...
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 »
Come over to the Port Area to the dark side of spooktacular fashion for a show, which will be haunted by models with spooky dogs who will transform themselves into famous scary movie characters. Come see Silent Hill, Freddy Krueger, Sleepy Hollow and Hellraiser at the show! Join us if you dare! more »
Trick or Treat? Zazada Beach Club presents an evening of fun and dance on this spooky evening. DJ Crazy Chris and DJ Dark Noon will spin the tunes during the party and their will be free flow on beers, wines, spirits and cocktails plus there will be an all you can eat buffet. Tickets are 1,000 Baht on the night. more »
It's a fiendishly divine evening at Les Diables on Halloween! Celebrate the evening with the Devils that features a buffet dinner, the wicked DJ Tank and fun and games. Dress up - there will be crazy costume prizes. The price is 995 Baht with half a bottle of house wine and 595 Baht with a cocktail, glass or wine or beer. Kids under 12 can... more »
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