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The lure of the sea: Without lifeguards to back them up, red flags can be fatal
It starts with that distinctive smell. It has a unique quality – familiar to some, new to others. Yet one fact is universal to both the salty dog and the first-time visitor: people the world over are drawn to the sea.
Surf’s up in Khao Lak
Typically around this time of year, we begin to experience the Southeast Asian version of the changing of the seasons. From the consistent northeasterly winds of the dry season, a change starts to occur. The first sign of the change is welcome rains signalling the end of tourist high season.
Phuket’s Tourist Triad
You don’t really know a place until you have lived there. That’s what they say, anyway. For visitors or those new to Phuket, a lack of local knowledge can sometimes lead to serious problems.
Staying afloat: children and cheap ‘floaties’ just don’t mix
Whether you call Phuket home or are a first-time visitor, our beaches are a prime visit-and-repeat attraction. They are a great place for kids to swim, play on the sand or just relax with the family.
Snorkelling: safe or dangerous? It’s up to you
Ocean snorkelling is a staple activity amongst tourists visiting Phuket, and for good reason. The surrounding waters contain dozens of beautiful islands and reefs, perfect for a beautiful day with the fishes. So, fully-stocked beach bag in hand, you climb aboard the van that will whisk you away to your next Phuket fantasy trip. Beautiful and exotic sea life awaits.