How to go to Phuket

Phuket can be reached by air, road, or sea. Here are some options for getting to Phuket:

    By air: Phuket International Airport (HKT) is the main airport serving Phuket and is located in the northern part of the island. Many airlines offer flights to Phuket from both domestic and international destinations. Once at the airport, travelers can take a taxi, bus, or shuttle to their final destination.

    By road: Phuket is connected to the mainland by a bridge and can be reached by car or bus. Buses depart from Bangkok's Southern Bus Terminal and other cities in the region. The journey takes around 12 hours from Bangkok.

    By sea: Phuket is also accessible by ferry from nearby islands such as Phi Phi Island, Koh Lanta, and Krabi. Ferries depart regularly from these islands and can be a scenic and convenient way to reach Phuket.

Once in Phuket, getting around can be done by taxi, tuk-tuk, motorbike, or rental car. It's important to negotiate prices for taxis and tuk-tuks, and to be aware of scams. Using public transportation can be a more affordable and convenient option. Additionally, many hotels and tour operators offer shuttle services to popular attractions and beaches.

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