It is always a perfect location and is one of the few ‘all-year-round’ holiday destinations, with something to please everyone.
But if you are looking for good weather, few tourists and low rates then November is the perfect time to visit Phuket.
It is traditionally the end of rainy season and you will have stunning blue skies offset with calm, clear, pristine beaches.
The restaurants and boutiques and Hotels are quite so you will generally find some great rates and never need to make a restaurant booking.
Phuket in November has an average high temperature of 30° C, so very easy to acclimatise to without feeling overheated. The lowest average temperature in November is around 24° C, perfect for a stroll along Surin Beach to work up an appetite for dinner in one of the fabulous eateries there.
Phuket has seven hours of sunshine in November – a delightful contrast to places in the world where November is dark and wintery. Nightlife in Phuket really starts in November as the clubs and bars jangle and sparkle into life during the cooler evenings.
All the activities are operating and the good news is that due to the lack of tourist this time of year you may well have it to yourselves – exclusivity normally reserved for the rich and famous.
Could there be anywhere better than Phuket to spend Christmas? Away from the dark nights and frosty mornings of the northern hemisphere to a place you can dream about for the rest of the winter. Thailand is traditionally Buddhist but all the Hotels, Clubs and Restaurants celebrate Christmas with fairy lights, decorations, parties, and of course the odd Roast Turkey.
New Year’s Eve in Phuket is the most fabulous place that you will ever make a New Years Resolution. Here everything is possible and the high life can motivate you to realise all your dreams.
December Nightlife in Phuket is a real party atmosphere. The sunny days are long and hot with top temperatures of 31 degrees C and 8 hours of daily sunshine. The lowest temperatures are still at 23 degrees, so the parties carry on into the night, finished off with stunning fireworks displays over Patong Beach.
January in Phuket is the peak of the season and for very good reason: Beautiful blue skies, long days of sunshine, no rainfall and a very low humidity which makes it very comfortable and easy to relax.
Fun in the Sea at Phuket is guaranteed in January. The sea is at its calmest, and it perfect for leisurely swimming on the beach instead of the Hotel pool. Surin beach is a great choice for a family with its long white beach, pristine water and relaxed atmosphere.
The calm sea at Phuket during January means fantastic scuba diving, whether you are a beginner trying it out for the first time, or an experienced diver. The water is so clear that you will see all the exotic and tropical fish swimming with you
January in Phuket is a perfect time to take a trip on a Launch and explore the caves and limestone rock formations. Some of them are pretty famous too, and you may recognise them from one of the James Bond Films…
Peace and tranquility in Phuket in January can be hard to find found but venture out onto the beautiful Laguna Lakes, or at tranquil Surin Beach, with the restaurants taken off the sand there is plenty of space to relax under the palm trees and there are wonderful places to eat and drink a short stroll away! Known as millionaires mile and once you get there you will know why!!
Phuket in January means gorgeous sunny days with a high temperature of 31° C and a low evening temperature of around 23° C, but best of all is the incredible nine hours of glorious sunshine every day of your holiday.
So, when is the best time to visit Phuket. No Matter when you are planning your holiday, Phuket will be a fabulous choice at any time. Book today and create your favorite time at The Chava Resort.