Baramee Resortel Phuket
Phuket, a rainforested, mountainous island in the Andaman Sea, has some of Thailand’s most popular beaches, mainly situated along the clear waters of the western shore. The island is home to many high-end seaside resorts, spas and restaurants. Phuket City, the capital, has old shophouses and busy markets. Patong, the main resort town, has many nightclubs, bars and discos.
Welcome to Phuket - After your arrival in Phuket, you will be transferred to your hotel. Take a rest in Hotel
After a scrumptious breakfast, pick up at hotel lobby and Transfer to Pier (Sapan Pla Pier.) 08:20 Depart from pier to Phi Phi Island. Complimentary coffee, tea and dessert service. 09:50 Arrive at Phi Phi Don, proceed to Tonsai Pier. 10:00 Sightseeing around Phi Phi Lay Islands. (Loh Samah Bay, Pileh Cove & Viking Cave) Swimming & snorkeling at Monkey Beach. 12:30 Lunch at Phi Phi Don. After that you get free time to explore the surroundings and relaxing on the beach. 14:30 Depart from Phi Phi Island. 16:00 Arriva at pier (Sapan Pla Pier.) and Transfer to the hotel.
Take in Phuket Island's natural beauty as you are driven along beach roads through Patong, Karon and Kata. Sun, sand and all that fun! Karon Viewpoint, (stop) also known as Kata Viewpoint is a favourite of beach lovers and most visited viewpoints in Phuket. Quiet it beckons families and all those are eagerly seeking their moment under the sun. It is from here that you can also catch a view of the beautiful white stretch of Karon beaches, Kata Yai, Kata Noi, and Kata Yai. Located between the favourite beaches of Nai Harn and Kata Noi beaches it is full of vibrant activity and a go-to attraction for many tourists. Among the locals, this place is known as ‘Khao Saam Haad’ (Three Beaches Hill) Nai Harn: Situated in the Southern part of Phuket Nai Harn falls between the abundant green hills and isles. It is an amazing beach with long stretches of smooth white sand. The large span of the beautiful beach and clear aquamarine water is a must-visit for all beach lovers. At the south end of Phuket island is Rawai Beach which extends an attractive sight of the nearby islands. Offering a calm serene surrounding, this is not meant as a swimming beach. Wat Chalong:(stop) One of the tourist’s favourite attractions is Wat Chalong. Also called Chalong Temple with its 60 meters high stupa is the largest temple in Phuket. This stupa, Chedi, serves as a covering protecting a splinter of bone from Buddha. Further up is the fragment of the bone cover in a glass display. Built on three floors Wat Chalong the walls are adorned with stunning painting demonstrating Buddha’s life. Each floor has golden statues and the ceiling has such an attractive painting from Buddha’s life. Wat Chalong Chedi is built on three floors. A visit to the top floor terrace offers a great panoramic view of the entire temple ground.
Grab a good breakfast and check out well in time to proceed to the airport and board the return flight.