Phuket Day Tours, Discover the best Day Tours in Phuket Thailand

Phuket day tours is all about navigating the amazing tourist locations in the Beautiful Thai City of Phuket. There’s so much to see and do in Phuket that one day tour is never enough for most people. The city is like a dream. You could enjoy almost anything here: some fabulous entertainment shows, go out on island hopping adventures, experience white-water rafting, elephant trekking, enjoy sea kayaking trips, or learn to do some diving by taking a PADI certified course. Discover the latest Day Tours in Phuket Thailand.

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On Phuket day tours, you can take a visit to:

Phang Nga Bay

The first thing that you see while descending to Phuket Airport is the fascinating view of Phang nga bay. The limestone karsts rising vertically out of the shimmering waters of the bay seem to stand like petrified cathedrals. The waters and the caves are teeming with wildlife. Day tours operate from Phuket that allow visitors to kayak in and out of the caves.

The next place to visit on Phuket day tours is Phuket FantaSea, this is an amazing place to be especially if you’re traveling with kids. The park is an interesting blend of myth, legend and imagination. Wonders inside the park include flying elephants and wisecracking Siamese twins. You can also enjoy jaw-dropping airborne spectacles performed by acrobats and mock battles.

There is also the Simon Cabaret. This show is considered to be one of Southeast Asia’s outstanding attractions. It comprises an all-transvestite cast and showcases the entire range of cultures from around the world. Wat Chalong is one of the leading centres of Buddhism on the island. It is the most revered and impressive of Phuket’s 29 temples, dedicated to the two highly venerated monks, Luang Pho Chaem and Luang Pho Chuang.

Visiting the old quarter of Phuket Town during your Phuket Day Tour is like browsing through a real-life museum. The town has distinctive Sino-colonial architecture and what the times were like 100 years ago when tin reigned supreme in Phuket and Chinese immigrants threw their entire lot in the tin mining industry.