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5 convincing reasons to charter a yacht in Phuket

1. The old town of Phuket

With its ancient architecture and its elegant Chinese houses which date back to the beginning of the 20th century, taking a gentle walk down this old town will allow you to see what Phuket was like years ago with its boutiques, old hotels, local markets and boutiques. Do not miss: the Thai Hua Museum, Soi Rommanee and the old building of the Standard Chartered Bank. It’s interesting to see and discover a part of Thailand’s history.

2. The statue of the great Buddha

This immense statue of Buddha is made from white marble and sits on the summit of Nakkerd Hill. 25 metres high, the statue is visible from every part of Phuket – so you won’t be able to miss it! It’s a religious site so you must cover your shoulders and arms when you visit. Sarongs are provided for women for free. Otherwise, you can simply go and enjoy the superb point of view.

3. Spending the day at Ko Phi Phi

An archipelago made up of 2 islands: Ko Phi Phi Don and Ko Phi Phi Leh. The latter has been used as the backdrop for a variety of films because of its gorgeous nature, and here you will always find Maya Bay. Despite the number of tourists who visit the island, this area has stayed untouched and magnificent. Arriving into Maya Bay during your yacht charter in Phuket is a spectacular moment. With white sand, majestic cliffs and emerald sea, the island is calm and tranquil, and this is why there are no cars allowed on land.

4. The Wat Chalong Temple

The Wat Chalong Temple is the biggest and most visited of the 29 temples which are open for visits in Phuket. Composed of 3 layers and 60 metres high, it was built at the beginning of the 19th century. If you want to explore more after the visit, there are enormous gardens surrounding the buildings. Naturally, you will need to cover your legs and shoulders upon entry to the sacred site.

5. Spas and massages in Phuket

Depending on how intense your itinerary is, some of you may need more relaxing than others during your yacht charter in Phuket. However, regardless of how active you are, there is no criteria for booking a spa treatment while you’re in the area. Spa treatments and massages are cheap in comparison with UK or US prices, and very popular among both tourists and locals. There are numerous services available, but according to Lonely Planet, the best 5 are: Bua Luang Spa, Six Senses Spa, Sala Resort and Spa, Hideaway Day Spa, Raintree Spa. That’s what holidays are all about, no?

3 sites you cannot miss during your yacht charter in Phuket

1. Patong

After relaxing on the beach or after a luxury spa treatment, your energy levels will be restored. And, you’ll need all the energy you have for a visit to the dynamic Patong. Patong is an area of Thailand with a vibrant night life, so if you’re looking to sail all day and party all night, this is the place for you! There are plenty of lively bars and night clubs where you can avail of the cheap drinks and the friendly and fun ambiance.

2. Koh Bon and Koh Lone

It would be a shame to charter a yacht in Phuket and to not take advantage of these beautiful surrounding islands. These islands are sheltered from mass tourism but are equally accessible by boat which means they are an easy stop-off to schedule into your itinerary.
Koh Lone is ‘rural’ in every sense of the word. You can make a tour of the island without seeing anyone else which means that you have the crystal seas and white sands all to yourself. A day trip here is ideal for maximum relaxation and unwinding time. Koh Bon is slightly smaller than its big sister, Koh Lone, but it is more visited by tourists. Again, this island has beautiful sand beaches and clear waters to avail of. Enjoy these treasures of nature in peace and quiet.

3. Koh Hae (Coral Island)

This charming, isolated islet is located 9km off the south of Phuket, and it takes around 30 minutes to sail here. Banana boating, parachuting, speed boats and kayaking: this island has the means to do it all. Long Beach and Banana Beach are the two famous beaches with clear water and an abundant array of marine flora and fauna. This places this island as the ideal place for practising snorkelling or diving. As the name suggests, the island is surrounded by coral reefs and on land, there is a wide expanse of green countryside.