M's Guesthouse

14/13 Ratpatanusorn Road, Patong Beach, Patong, Thailand
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BKK, SIN or KUL to Phuket which one is cheap to fly from?

by Mjabelmathew

I am planning to fly to Phuket and the driving to Krabi and then to Phiphi abs back to Phuket and fly back.

Which city is cheap to fly from? I have the following:
Bangkok, Singapore or Malaysia. I have to leave some luggage at the airport or a place near to the airport which ever is cheaper. I am breaking the journey to India and taking a side trip. We are 4 in the part. Your tips and ideas are appreciated.

Re: BKK, SIN or KUL to Phuket which one is cheap to fly from?

by Mjabelmathew

Which city is cheap to fly from?

Re: BKK, SIN or KUL to Phuket which one is cheap to fly from?

by HansDK

www.skyscanner.net will give you an indication of which airlines/cities are cheapest on your dates of travel

Re: BKK, SIN or KUL to Phuket which one is cheap to fly from?

by lotharscheer

For loggage storage:
For airfare look at lowcost lines: Airasia, Tigerairways, Jetstar from Singapore, Airasia from KL, Airasia from Bangkok (also Nok air from a different airport). Prices are constantly changing.

Re: BKK, SIN or KUL to Phuket which one is cheap to fly from?

by mim95

You can fly directly to Krabi with Air Asia from Bangkok. Save you lots of time and money by not going into Phuket Airport. You can take a boat from Krabi to Phi Phi and then another boat to Phuket (if you want to spend time in Phuket). And then you can fly back out from Phuket to wherever and back to India.

PHuket to Singapore/BKK/KL: I think it would be the cheapest flying to Bangkok, as it is a domestic flight. And there are many choices to fly from Bangkok to India. Domestic airlines in Thailand: Air Asia, Bangkok Airways, Thai Airways, 1-2-Go, Nok Air (ONLY the first 3 use the new airport, the others use the old airport, meaning additional land transfer time is needed).

Re: BKK, SIN or KUL to Phuket which one is cheap to fly from?

by christabal

It would be cheaper to fly from Bangkok as it will be a domestic flight with all the advantages of cheaper airport taxes, the many domestic airlines competing, etc...

That said, it would also be dependent upon the time of year you are traveling and whether there are any special offers being offered by the airlines at the time. Best to shop around their websites to compare.

Re: BKK, SIN or KUL to Phuket which one is cheap to fly from?

by aberacadabra

Also, you might have to factor in the costs of getting TO and FROM the airport. If flying from KUL which I assume would be Air Asia, getting to the LCCT could be a hassle if you've booked a flight at odd hours, which means that getting there by taxi would cost a bomb. Getting to Changi airport is cheap via MRT, and Thai Air Asia services Changi as well.

Travel Tips for Phuket

Weather in rainy season

by DHK

our case is to travel between 22/7 and 27/7/2005. Although it is rainy season, the rains only came to us on the first day of arrival. The second day is cloudly but no rains. The days afterwards were having hurting sun.

The Wei

by Tina-Perth

In Thailand the people "wai" in greeting. Wei is pronounced "why". You put your two hands together like in prayer and hold them just under your chin and bow your head slightly at the same time as you greet someone. The higher you hold your hands, which can be held as high as your index fingers against your forehead, the higher the show of respect. If you are wei'ing to a monk for instance, you would use the latter position.

The greeting if you're a female (speaking) is; "Sawatdee Kha", and if you're a male (speaking), it's "Sawatdee Krup", no matter whether you're addressing a male or female. It is considered impolite not to wei to someone that wei's to you, so be polite and show the Thai people that you are interested in their culture.

Young children are not supposed to be wei'd to, as it is a practise of respect, and respect is largely based on seniority in Thailand. Children should wei and greet an adult first.

Do not touch a Thai person on the head either, as the head is sacred and it is offensive to a Thai person. Only people who know eachother really well (as in family) or someone who has a much higher position is permitted to touch a Thai on the head. Touching a young child on the head is not considered inappropriate.

It's a shame I caught this little girl just as she was finishing wai'ing to me, but she was so gorgeous I had to put her picture up.

Traditional Thai Massage

by yinghaw

After 4 days of diving, we went back to Phuket Island and we went for Thai Traditional massage. If you do it at the hotel it's going to cost 250Baht per hour but luckily we have a local friend in Phuket. He brought we to a massage parlour that cost only 100Baht per hour. The massage was so good it put people to sleep, I think it has something to do with blood circulation. Aftre 2 hours of massage, I felt so good.

New Shopping Mall in Patong

by muratkorman about Jungceylon

This shopping mall is quite new in Patong. Nicely designed inside and outside with many shops of international and local brands. According to me it is too western for Phuket, but it is one of the new tourist attraction in town. If you don't enjoy bargaining with locals in local markets, you should spend your time in Jungceylon. Nice restaurants are also available inside. You can find anything you need. Avarage prices, but higher than local shops

Rock City

by Cathy&Gary about Clubs, bars, go go

Rock City on the beach Rd has closed down. However their second venue is still open on Rat-u-Thit Rd, near top end of Bangla Rd.

If you want a night out with loud live bands, this is the place to be.

We never ventured inside Rock City at night, bit to noisy, but the place was always full no matter what time we walked past.

Meals are reasonably priced and huge, the full menu is on their website.


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