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Why Fly to Phuket?
Most visitors come to Phuket for the dazzling white beaches, world-class dive sites and neon nightlife of Patong. Beyond the obvious draws, Phuket also has a lush, jungle interior and national parks to explore. The island's rainforest is home to monkeys and many bird species. Being the largest island in Thailand, Phuket is also one of the country's most-developed and sophisticated island resorts. You can use Travelzoo’s SuperSearch to find cheap flights to Phuket.
Flying to Phuket from the UK
One-stop flights to Phuket depart from London Heathrow. Depending on the stopover duration, these can take from 15 hours. From Edinburgh, Manchester, Newcastle, Bristol and Belfast airlines offer two-stop services to Phuket. You can sometimes get a better deal if you buy a cheap flight to Bangkok and then onward flights to Phuket with a low-cost airline.
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Which Airlines Fly to Phuket?
From London Heathrow several airlines including Eva Air, Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways and Malaysia Airlines operate one-stop services to Phuket. Eva Air and Thai Airways stop in Bangkok, Bangkok Singapore Airlines go via Singapore Singapore and Malaysia Airlines stop in Kuala Lumpur Kuala-Lumpur. From Edinburgh, airlines including Eva Air, KLM and Air France offer two-stop services. Emirates offer a two-stop service from Manchester via London Heathrow and Dubai. Dubai If you like the thought of stopping in Bangkok to break the journey, consider searching for a cheap flight to Bangkok and then booking independent onward flights from there. Airlines including AirAsia and Nokair.com offer low-cost flights from Bangkok to Phuket.
Mini Travel Guide to Phuket
With powdery white sand and turquoise seas, Phuket is a beach-lover’s destination. While many visitors flock to Hat Patong, a busy beach backed by numerous shops, bars and discos, Phuket is not all about Patong and its famously wild – and sometimes x-rated - nightlife. Most of Phuket’s best beaches are scattered along the west coast of the island. Hat Mai Khoa is the longest of these. It is part of the Sirinat National Park meaning is in a protected area and hasn’t been as developed as some other beaches. It is even home to nesting sea turtles at certain times of the year. Phuket's verdant interior is also regularly overlooked, but its rainforest and waterfalls make it worth a visit. To discover local markets and ornate temples, don’t miss Phuket Town. Also not far from the town is the Phuket Orchid Garden and Thai Village, a popular attraction where visitors can see a beautiful collection of orchids, as well as Thai dance performances and cultural displays.
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