Phuket is known as the resort paradise of Southeast Asia with crystal clear water, fine white sand, various dishes and various things to do with dedicated service. In addition to those that everyone knows, many discrete cuts give us different perspectives on Phuket that can only be recorded by each person’s own experience.
♥️ Our 5-day 4-night PHUKET SCHEDULE is as follows:
🐟 Day 1: Fly from Saigon to Phuket, arrive at 3 pm, arrive at The Royal Paradise Hotel at over 4 pm, take a rest, take a walk around Patong – central Phuket at night.
🐟 Day 2: Have breakfast, swim in the hotel swimming pool, book tours for the next days. 2 PM: picked up, take the Elephant Sanctuary tour. 6 PM: Return to the hotel to rest, dinner in a romantic place, walk along the beach. 👉👉👉 Read more of our review about ELEPHANT TOUR here: PLAY WITH ELEPHANT OR LESSON OF LOVE
🐟 Day 5: 11 AM: must be present at Ao Chalong port to board the yacht so after breakfast, we took a taxi to go right away because the port was about 40 minutes from Patong area by Grab car. Have fun on the yacht until 7 PM to say goodbye to the harbor. Late at night, the two of us walked out to a restaurant near the hotel for dinner and then packed our luggage. 👉👉👉Read more of our review of YACHT TOUR here: YACHT, RICH, AND FREEDOM
-Day 6: Fly to Bangkok.
♥️ HOW TO GO TO PHUKET? There is a direct flight from Saigon to Phuket! ♥️ DO YOU NEED A VISA? It is visa-free to go to Thailand for many countries including Vietnam so you do not need a visa! ♥️ IS THE TAXI FARE FROM THE AIRPORT TO THE HOTEL EXPENSIVE? Taxis at the airport have price lists. The price is the same compared to Grab prices so you just take a taxi at the airport for convenience. We went to the center of Patong and the taxi charge was 800 baht (~ 580K). ♥️ TRANSPORTATION ON PHUKET ISLAND? You can take a taxi, tuk-tuk and Grab car. I think Grabcar is good because the price is ok and you do not have to bargain. ♥️ ARE FOODS AND BEVERAGES EXPENSIVE? Phuket is famous for many fresh seafood restaurants, so you should not miss seafood here. The cost of eating in Phuket is 20 to 30% more expensive than in Bangkok, but it is not too expensive so there is no need to worry.
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