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About Phuket

Phuket, la isla más grande de Tailandia y el principal destino de playa, está ubicada a 862 kilómetros al sur de Bangkok, y a menudo recibe el apodo de “la perla del Andamán” o “la perla del sur”. Sus atracciones naturales incluyen playas de fina arena blanca, acantilados de piedra caliza, amplias y tranquilas bahías, bosques tropicales interiores y 32 islas más pequeñas. La isla, que está dominada por una cadena montañosa que corre de norte a sur a lo largo de la costa occidental, incluye numerosos microclimas y una diversidad de flora y fauna. A lo largo de la costa encontrará docenas de playas, cada una con su particular peculiaridad, desde la animada Patong Beach a la más aislada bahía de Mum Nai.

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Hat Karon

Located south of Patong Beach, Hat Karon is a curving beach that lies beautifully in the sun with small sand dunes, casuarinas and palm trees. The crescent bay is the beach's signature that drawing travelers attention. From May to October, the beach may be affected by serious undertows, as the bay open. Watch out for those warning flags before going swimming or surfing at the southern end of the beach. During the high season, the beach is ideal for relaxation, swimming or sunbathing. A wide range of accommodations, from top-end to budget and mid-range, are available. Other facilities such as nightclubs, restaurants and other evening entertainment are located along the beachfront road. The beach is located approximately 20 kilometers from the town and can be reached by taking either s or buses from Ranong Market in Phuket City. Transportation is available from 7.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. and costs approximately 20 baht / person / trip. Taking a taxi to the town is another option. It costs approximately 200 baht to Phuket City and 150 baht to Patong Beach.

Hat Karon

Phuket Thaihua Museum

Phuket Thaihua Museum
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