Phuket has many festivals & events, they’re often great fun for the kids and are interesting for the adults too. Thai’s love children and all the Thai events are especially welcoming with many activities organised with children in mind.
March is a great time to visit Phuket! The rains have not yet come and prices are competitive. For locals it is a great excuse to take a mini break
Chinese New Year begins with the new moon and is the prime festival of the Chinese calendar. Two centuries ago tin mining drew thousands of Chinese labourers to the island
November is the ‘Festival of Lights’ and there are certainly opportunities to enjoy a beautifully sky now that the rains are easing! Divali is the Hindu festival of lights. It
4th December: British International School Phuket Christmas Fair The school holds its annual Christmas fair every year. Set up as a traditional Christmas fete there is a Santa’s Grotto, games,
Christmas, Despite Thailand being predominately Buddhist, there are a range of Christmas festivities in Phuket...
The rain is dwindling, the sun is out. What can you do on Phuket this now the rains are dissipating? Get out on a boat. There are numerous activities that
Loy Krathong, One of the most beautiful ceremonies in Thailand, the rituals are held on the full moon in November...
Vegetarian Festival. This festival is unique to Phuket and is held during the ninth lunar month of the Chinese calendar...
It is may be the wet season but this also means that surfs up on Phuket. What a great time to get out in the waves and learn to surf.
Quicksilver Phuket Surfing Competition, Clean Up the World Day.