|General Information about the Island Phuket|
Phuket - Geography...
Some 8' north of the Equator, and well below the latitudes of destructive tropical storms, Phuket's balmy tropical climate is tempered by cool north-easterly breezes from November to March, and by fresh on-shore winds in summer months. The island is connected to mainland Thailand by two bridges. Time is + 7 hours ahead of GMT, 1 hour behind Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia.
Phuket - Climate...
The climate of Phuket is tropical, and has 2 seasons. The dry season, referred to as the "High" season, from November to April. The rainy season, referred to as "Low" or "Green" season, runs from May to October. Temperatures vary very little throughout the year, with average high temperatures ranging from 31°C to 33°C, lowest temperatures ranging from 23°C to 26°C.
Some activities in Phuket to recommend:
As a general rule, most of the luxury accommodation
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locations but still within walking distance of local
shopping- and entertainment facilities.
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