Hyton Leelavadee Phuket

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

3 Pracha-Nukhro Road, , Phuket, 83100, Thailand
Hyton Leelavadee Phuket
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Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
7%
2
Very Good
29%
8
Average
22%
6
Poor
25%
7
Terrible
14%
4

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Costs 53% less but rated 25% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families50
  • Couples55
  • Solo60
  • Business0

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Quiet, white sandy beach in Phuket

by szucskrisz

Hi,

My wife and I are planning to go to Thailand in April. 3 days in Bangkok and 7 on the beach. Can anybody recommend a good beach for us? We don't want a busy beach like Patong, just a quiet one with not so many tourists. Preferably one which has white sand and is good for snorkelling. Would appreciate any suggestions.

Thanks

Kris

Re: Quiet, white sandy beach in Phuket

by georeiser

Hi,
Maybe Surin Beach in Phuket is something for you. It's not too many tourists and there are quiet restaurants along the beach. It's located just north of Kamala beach, and easy to get there from Phuket airport. Kata Noi in Phuket is also very nice, however slighly more tourists there. And high waves. When it comes to great snorkelling I believe the small islands in Phuket bay is the best. But you will be dependent on traveling by boat.

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Appropriate dress

by Tina-Perth

The Thai people are quite modest in their dress, usually wearing long sleeves and long pants. Don't take it as a rule. They prefer this clothing as they don't like to be brown. You will even see them on the beach fully clothed in long shirts and pants. Being brown makes one appear to be a peasant, one that works in the fields. To this end there are myriad whitening lotions and potions on the market. My friends are forever wearing such hot looking clothes in the hot weather. I ask them how they can, but they're used to it. You will frequently see people working out in the sun on 30+ degree days wearing not only a knitted balaclava, but also a towel over their heads and necks under a hat. Some will wear layers of long sleeved clothing - even to the beach.

Thai people find topless sunbathing on their beaches offensive, but accept it in very touristy areas. Modest dress is preferred, so if you're going shopping after the beach, it is better to grab something to put over your top rather than wear your bathers/bikinis. Be sure to never wear anything strappy, shoulderless or short, (no belly showing either) to a temple, museum or government office, as that is considered disrespectful, particularly in temples. It is shameful to see tourists not respecting the culture, but you do see plenty of them. The Thais are pretty accommodating though.

Diving

by dragontml


One of the major assets of Phuket as a flourishing vacation resort is its abundance of diving destinations both in its vicinity and off islands several hours boat ride away, all offering a fantastic underwater world of tropical fishes and coral formations, so exotic and colorful.

Much more popular are trips to islands lying to the south and east of Phuket about 30 minutes to 2 hours away by motor boat including Coral Island (Ko He) which offers a dive all year round and has very beautiful natural scenery; Ko Racha, which has dives of down to 30 meters; Shark Point, a favorite sleeping spot of leopard sharks and stingrays; Ko Dok Mai which offers an impressive wall dive and a series of cave dives; and Ko Phi Phi where you can see white tip sharks, stingrays and moray eels besides colorful reef fishes.

Truly world class diving sites are located further away including Ko Similan, Ko Surin, Richelieu Rock and Burma Banks. Despite their long distances, tours are organized by some agencies in Phuket regularly during the dry season. All the first three island groups are marine national parks which offer magnificent coral gardens. Burma Banks being the farthest and newest, is in the best condition as a diving site.

There are a lot of dive schools in Phuket, all staffed with qualified instructors who are members of PADI or NAUI, and provided with all sorts of modern equipment.

Patong Beach

by shane_02

Patong beach is a fantastic area for shopping Thai-made products. It is the place where the main shopping scene is.

Clothes are the most common scene in Patong. Bargain is a must in Thailand. And normally the vendors offer sky-rocket prices. Remember to bargain by the 50%-75% of the value the vendors offer.

Quietness at Kamala Beach

by Mahieu about Bob's Bar

My favourite evening spot was situated at Kamala Beach. On this beach, you can find a small walkway with some great pubs. Sitting there you can listen to the music or enjoying the waves of the sea. My favourite place is called Bob's Bar, a reggae bar. The name of the owner is Nong. He's a very friendly person who can give you nice information about Phuket or any other destination in Thailand.
There are some other reggae bars on Kamala Beach, but you can recognize this one at the big painting of Bob Marley.
If you go there, you should absolutely taste "Bob's smile", a very delicious cocktail!

Bob's Bar has been severely damaged during the tsunami. I can just hope that Nong is still ok

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 Hyton Leelavadee Phuket

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Hyton Leelavadee Phuket Patong
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Address: 3 Pracha-Nukhro Road, , Phuket, 83100, Thailand