One of our most popular hotels, Kantary Bay Hotel, Phuket, is located on a south-eastern headland of the island. This charming sea-front residence with its beautifully tended gardens and spectacular sunset views, is just a 50-minute drive from Phuket international Airport, depending on traffic.
Distance from hotel: 43 km Time to get there: 50-60 min drive
Description: The hotel is located 43 kilometres from Phuket International airport. Travel by car, van or hotel limousine takes between 50 and 60 minutes, depending on traffic.
Phuket Aquarium - Phuket Aquarium is a part of the internationally renowned Phuket Marine Biological Center (PMBC), located on the southernmost tip of Cape Panwa, a short stroll away from Cape Panwa and Kantary Bay hotels. A visit gives so much insight into the local marine life.
Ao Yon Beach - Ao Yon A stereotypical shady, fringed and idyllically breezy location with nodding palms, tranquil waters and a weekly yacht club. Here, youngsters and adults alike can get a taste of the peaceful thrills of flapping sails and hissing hulls.
Saphan-Hin-Park - Saphan Hin Park is the main venue of most of Phuket’s annual events, including the Red Cross Fair, Loy Kratong and a large procession from Chinese shrines on the last day of the famous Vegetarian Festival. Peaceful walks through shaded greenery overlooking water are the perfect physical and mental restorative.
Central Festival Phuket - CENTRAL PHUKET, for world-class shopping, comprises two modern buildings (Festival and Floresta) linked by moving walkways. It is the largest shopping centre with a food paradise and entertainment with an aquarium and adventure theme park. The unique combination of luxury lifestyle and Thai culture makes this a must-visit destination in the Kingdom.
Phuket Old Town - Lively Phuket Old Town boasts colourful, century-old Sino-Portuguese townhouses, with a well-preserved row along Soi Rommanee. In Thalang Road find artisanal ice cream and batik fabrics; the Sunday market has souvenirs and street food. The Thai Hua Museum features Chinese immigrant culture, and Jui Tui Shrine, colourful statues of Chinese gods.
Wat Chalong Phuket - Wat Chalong, or Chalong Temple, was built at the beginning of the 19th century. It is considered the most important of Phuket’s 29 temples. Its real name is Wat Chaiyathararam, but you probably won't see it on any road signs. Wat Chalong is the largest temple on the island and the most visited.
Rang Hill - Rang Hill is a peaceful, leafy hilltop overlooking Phuket City. Families come for weekend walks on the green hillside and eat local dishes with Hokkien and Malay influences at restaurants and cafés with sweeping views. Wat Khao Rang Samakkhitham, a colourful Thai temple, is topped by a landmark golden Buddha statue.
Promthep Cape - Justifiably one of the most popular locations for the crowds of photographers in Phuket, Promthep Cape is at the island's southernmost point giving stunning sunset views. The lighthouse houses interesting historical maritime artifacts and commands spectacular views over the east and southeast of the island and the surrounding area.
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The Kantary Bay Hotel, Phuket