Phuket is the largest island in Thailand, with miles of sandy beaches as well as small neighbouring Islets it has long been a tourist hotspot and is well developed to deal with the modern holidaymaker. And most important there is lots of Phuket sex.
Phuket is a well-developed tourist hotspot with excellent nightlife. And there are many places to go. So find below a few of the highlights for you to sample.
Bangla Road Patong
Bangla Road, Patong has long been the heart of the nightlife in Phuket. Traffic is barred from the road after 6pm. It then becomes a walking street packed with beer bars, music bars, restaurants, nightclubs, and gogo bars. Bangla Road is quite simply the sex capital of Phuket. So if you are a single guy, then the night will no doubt be very entertaining whatever you choose to do.
Soi Seadragon was recently had a facelift and now has two levels and is undercover. So you don’t have to worry about any rain. The start of the street is mostly drinking bars. Then changing to more go-go bars as you move inwards. So ideal for Phuket sex.
The Simon Ladyboy Cabaret Show has been wowing tourist for two decades, with beautiful ladyboys performing on the hour. Great entertainment.
Phuket Daytime Activities
These Indochinese tigers are raised from birth onsite. So they are used to humans being around, allowing you to observe them up close. Feeding time is at 7pm. But note it can be busy around this. There are two restaurants onsite for hungry humans as well!
Loads of choice. So from the busy bustling Patong beach full of Phuket activities, bars and restaurants to relaxing quiet waters of Freedom beach with plenty in between as well. And it is your choice.
Phuket Old Town
Phuket was a centre for tin mining and trade from the 16th to 18th Century. But it was squabbled over by the Portuguese and French during these times. So this has left a very pretty town full of colonial architecture, as well as traditional Thai. So worth a look.
Sitting on top of a hill and standing over 40m tall this white marble Big Buddha Phuket statue is hard to miss. From the foot of the statue you’ll have fantastic views across the island. And it is all quiet apart from dharma music and some bell. So it is a great place to unwind and not to be missed.
The highest hill in Phuket town is home to about 400 macaques. These wild monkeys are well used to humans. So they are not afraid to approach visitors for snacks. And at the bottom of Monkey hill there’s a popular shrine in honour of three holy spirits. Toh Sae Dang, Toh Sae Dam and Toh Sae Kaow.
Phang Nga Bay
Reachable by boat from Phuket, Phang Nga Bay is home to 40 small islands rising straight from the sea. And it is full of lagoons, small beaches, caves, mangroves and cliff faces. So this really is a must see while in Phuket. And you might recognise one of the islands from James Bond’s ‘The man with the golden gun’. Or maybe the planet Kashyyk from Star Wars III!