Surround yourself in the beauty of Thailand and immerse yourself in the luxury of Luxury Villas Phuket. The beautiful island of Phuket is your premier destination for exotic attractions, gorgeous white sand beaches, and world class culinary eats. It is no wonder why the rich, famous, and jetsetters flock to Phuket, Thailand all year round.
Luxury Villas Phuket can help you make your dream vacation an actual reality. There is no need to look for any other accommodations in Phuket, because our luxury property and exceptional service is incomparable. There is no other place like it. Luxury Villas Phuket has gorgeous spacious private villas, courteous and prompt around the clock butler service, daily housekeeping, and the most hospitable and knowledgeable staff in Thailand.
You will be mesmerised in the luxurious beauty and overall five-star service and quality. All for an astonishing value. We have villas of all sizes to fit all budgets. You will be captivated by the tropical white sand beaches within minutes away from our property and the several nearby restaurants serving exquisite Thai cuisine, delighting your inner foodie.
Your utmost satisfaction is our primary goal. We want you to have your dream vacation in every sense possible. We assure you that if you stay at Luxury Villas Phuket, you will not want to leave. Our professionally trained staff focuses on hospitality and will cater to you from the second you arrive until the moment you depart. Your every need will be tended to, so all you have to do is sit back, relax, and enjoy.
Whether you are on your anniversary, honeymoon, birthday getaway, or long overdue vacation, Luxury Villas Phuket is your ultimate vacation destination because we treat all our guest with superior care and attention. You deserve only the best and Luxury Villas Phuket will give you nothing but the best-because you deserve it.
In our Phuket Tourist Spots Directory you will find a comprehensive guide to fun activities and popular tourist attractions grouped by categories and locations. We have traveled the island exploring all manner of nightlife, day trips, health and wellbeing centres, fitness centres, shows and even those little hidden gems that not many people know about. We have compiled detailed descriptions of each and every activity, restaurant, beach, landmark and even given you a brief history of the location that they are found in. With so many wonderful tourist spots for visitors to see we wanted to make sure each guest has all the right information to plan that special day out.
Whether you are seeking an adrenalin rush or just want a lazy day at the beach our directory is packed full of wonderful venues, advice on what to expect and information on pricing. Our extensive guide to dining and shopping helps you to what you are looking for in terms of food or retail, because there is nothing worse than getting to your destination only to find out it is not what you expected.
Phuket is Thailand’s largest island. ‘Discovered’ by hippy travelers during the seventies, the island was barely developed for tourism, but has since become one of the most sought-after holiday destinations in Asia. The main resort towns and beaches are located along the west coast, while the rest of the island is more local. Phuket City, the capital, is a lively commercial hub, which still features a quaint historical ‘old town’ district.
The main beaches of Phuket are situated along the west coast of the island. They come in all shapes and sizes. With a length of 11km, the longest beach is Mai Khao, while the smallest beaches can be as short as 50 metres. The most popular beaches are Patong, Kata, and Karon; they host a wide range of dining, shopping, and nightlife entertainment options.
With an average temperature of 28°C, Phuket has a very pleasant all-year round climate. High season runs from December to April, and low season, from April to November. April and May are the hottest months with temperatures that can exceed 30°C, while September and October are the months that see the most rainfall. The other months during low season, from May to August, feature beautiful days interspersed with short downpours.
From Songkran to Loy Krathong, and from Phuket Vegetarian Festival to Phuket Bike Week, many different festivals and celebrations are held in Phuket all-year round. Thai people are festive and enjoy such big and colourful events. Thailand follows a different calendar than westerners; their new years’ eve is celebrated as ‘Songkran’ (Thai New Year in mid-April).
Phuket hosts an impressive dining scene. The advent of tourism has brought a stunning choice of restaurants in Phuket serving food from all around the world situated both in the touristic and more local areas, including Phuket City. It’s maybe stating the obvious, but Thai people love to eat with a local wit pointing out that half the nation love to eat while the other half love to cook for them. Thai cuisine is refined and tasteful yet can be rather spicy; it’s always best to ask for a milder version of your dish if you’re not used to it. And it goes without saying that delicious fresh seafood is also readily available in Phuket.
Yachting and sailing are popular activities in Phuket and visitors are welcome to join in. The island features no less than five large marinas, all of them located on Phuket’s east coast which is sheltered from the strong swells of the Andaman Sea during low season. The Boat Lagoon and Royal Phuket Marina are situated adjacent to each other just north of Phuket Town while Ao Po Grand Marina and The Yacht Haven are located further north on eastern coast. Chalong Bay, the most popular berthing point, is located 11km south of Phuket City.
Strolling around markets is a very pleasant pastime in Phuket. Each village on the island has a weekly or bi-weekly fresh market that gives you the opportunity to get a glimpse of the local life and of the exotic products available. Weekends, you should head to the colourful and exotic Phuket Weekend Market (aka Naka Market) just outside Phuket City. It’s undeniably the best and most economical place to shop for souvenirs on the island.
As a prime Southeast-Asian holiday destination, Phuket offers visitors a lively nightlife entertainment scene. The place to head to for partying all night long is Bangla Road in Patong Beach. From discos to beer bars, and from live music bars to sexy A-go-go bars, there’s a venue for everyone along this infamous strip. Still, if you want a cooler scene almost every resort town on Phuket’s west coast hosts a few cool places to enjoy a drink to meet new friends, and Phuket Town is the place to meet the locals.
Over 90% of the population in Thailand is Buddhist. Each village in Phuket has a ‘Wat’ (a Buddhist temple in Thai) usually named after the locality it belongs to. The largest temple in Phuket is Wat Chalong. The island also boasts a 45-metre tall Buddha statue – Phuket Big Buddha (one of the tallest in the world), sitting at the top of a hill between Chalong and Kata. Temples can be freely visited and offer a pleasant glimpse of local culture.
Most of the west coast of Thailand and the four Thai provinces bordering Malaysia are home to a sizeable community of Muslims. They’ve been living peacefully here for centuries and are very well integrated into the largely Buddhist society of Thailand. We’ve countedmore than 50 Phuket Mosques and they come in all shapes and sizes. Most of the main resort towns on the west coast have at least one mosque, including Patong.
Many Chinese immigrants arrived in Phuket during the 19th century to work in the tin mines located largely in Kathu. They brought with them their ancestral religious beliefs – including Taoism, and the first shrines were built, most of them in Kathu and Phuket Town. Chinese Shrines in Phuket are usually of a smaller size than Buddhist temples, and show vivid ornaments featuring dragons as well as deities and mythological figures of the Chinese pantheon.
To put it simply, Phuket is a shopping paradise. From night markets to several modern shopping malls, and from small fashion boutiques to supermarkets, you can shop till you drop here. The largest shopping centres on the island are Jungceylon in Patong, and Phuket Central Festival just outside Phuket City. They offer a great a choice of boutiques, restaurants, and more. Both of them also host a movie theatre multiplex showing international blockbusters.
Hairdressers for men and women as well as beauty salons of all types can be found all around Phuket. Spas and massage salons are also readily available everywhere. Small standalone salons and larger spas belonging to resorts offer a wide range of treatments to get pampered in style. From reflexology (foot massage) to herbal sauna, and from Thai to Swedish oil massages, you can get fully serviced while on holiday in Phuket.
Island-hopping is extremely popular here. Many very attractive and exotic islands are a very short distance from the east coast of Phuket – Koh Bon and Coral Island for instance, and some others further away locations such as the Racha Islands and the Phi Phi islands. To the northeast of Phuket, the famous Phang Nga Bay features over 50 majestic karst islands, largely made of tall limestone cliffs jutting out from the emerald waters of the bay.
2, 3 and 4 bedrooms spacious, well-lit private pool villas are surrounded by landscaped gardens, and unite Western quality standards with Thai furnishings and handcrafts.
Enjoy the best part of your year to the fullest with our services. Families with children are welcome with us, and on request we can provide a nanny to make your stay as pleasant as possible.
Your housekeeper will be happy to serve you Thai specialities on the patio, she will take care to ensure that you have a pleasant stay with us.
Our specialist masseuses have completed all the necessary training and we are happy to provide traditional Thai or oil massages.
Thai/Western cuisine from your housekeeper or barbecue. Each Phuket pool villa has a large gas grill in the garden and in addition a smaller electric table grill.