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Phuket and Phang-Nha Interactive Travel Guide

Suitable for use with mobile phones and tablets, Megaworld Asia’s Interactive Travel Guides provide the necessary links, and in-depth info, to enable you to plan your trip with ease.

The Phuket and Phang-Nha INTERACTIVE TRAVEL GUIDE includes HYPER-LINKS for:

  • Google maps
  • Agoda Direct Booking
  • Travel options using 12GOASIA
  • Primary sightseeing attractions
  • Routes and distances from central points to sightseeing attractions
  • Great value for money accommodation options (mid-range and budget)
  • Recommended tour operators
  • Recommended motorbike rental outlets
  • Recommended restaurants/eateries
  • YouTube highlights videos

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Freedom Beach

Freedom Beach; one of the best off the beaten track beaches on Phuket Island

To make the most of your valuable sightseeing time, download the Phuket and Phang-Nha Interactive PDF and use it as your DIGITAL TRAVEL GUIDE to plan your outings to the various sites in and around the Phuket and Phang-Nha areas.

This interactive travel guide provides in-depth information, including directions and how to get there, for the highlight attractions of: Freedom Beach, Nui Beach, Black Rock Viewpoint, the Karon Hill Jungle Trail, Samet Nangshe Viewpoint and Bang Rieng Temple.

BONUS: The Phuket and Phang-Nha Travel Guide also includes the additional travel guides for: Khao Sok National Park, Chiew Larn Lake and the Nam Talu Cave Tour.

NUI BEACH

Nui Beach is one of the best off the beaten track beaches on Phuket Island

About: The resort island of Phuket is generally not a place one might consider being “off the beaten track.” With its golden beaches, turquoise seas, and amazing selection of seafood restaurants, it’s a renowned beach resort destination which sees hundreds of thousands of visitors every year. Being such a popular spot it’s hard to envisage there might anywhere you can get away from the teeming crowds spread across the island. But for the more adventurous traveler, seeking out the quieter, less frequented spots, all is not lost. With a bit of exploring there are some hidden gems to be found where the hordes of tourists seem a world away, and you can feel as though you really are off the beaten track.

To help you make the most of your valuable sightseeing time, download the Phuket and Phang-Nha Interactive PDF and use it as your DIGITAL TRAVEL GUIDE to plan your outings to the various sites in and around the Phuket and Phang-Nha areas. This interactive travel guide provides in-depth information, including directions and how to get there, for the highlight attractions of: Freedom Beach, Nui Beach, Phi Phi Islands, and Samet Nangshe Viewpoint. 

PHI PHI ISLANDS

The crystal-clear waters of the Phi Phi Islands

About: Located approximately 48 km from Phuket Island, the PHI PHI ISLANDS are a visually stunning island group, in the Southern Andaman Sea, which attracts large numbers of sightseers wanting to swim, snorkel and scuba dive in the surrounding crystal-clear waters. The island group was hit by the full force of the Boxing Day Tsunami in 2004 which devastated the accommodation and habitation area for a number of years. Nearly twenty years on and the island group has made a full recovery and now offers wide range of accommodation, restaurant and touring options to cater to the large numbers of visitors. 

SAMET NANGSHE

Sunrise at Samet Nangshe Viewpoint in a fantastic sightseeing experience

The sunrise view: The sunrise at Samet Nangshe is definitely a highlight of a trip to Thailand. Try to get there before 5.30 am; that’s when the pick-up trucks leave the parking area for the drive to the top. During the dry season (November – April) it’s not unusual for groups of locals to camp out overnight in anticipation of being there in time to see the sunrise. As you make your way to the edge of the viewing area, rows of small tents are lined up just a few meters back. Before heading back down the hill to continue the loop trip, have a coffee and some breakfast at the Thai restaurant on the peak. 

BONUS: The Phuket and Phang-Nha Travel Guide also includes the additional travel guides for: Khao Sok National Park, Cheow Larn Lake and the Nam Talu Cave Tour.  

Khao Sok National Park

Khao Sok National Park has spectacular rugged scenery, located approx. 200 km north of Phuket

Cheow Larn Lake: This is part of KHAO SOK NATIONAL PARK and the marina (Rajaphrapha marina) is the departure point for boat trips is in this location. Many people going to Khao Sok for the first time don’t understand this, or don’t check, and find themselves at the National Park HQ., area, some 65 km away. Although there are some nice jungle hikes around the park HQ area, the fact is the primary feature of Khao Sok is Cheow Larn Lake.

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