Travel Itinerary for Phuket, Thailand by Trip Garuda
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23rd May to 29th May, 2024Budget Friendly Road Trip
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Things to do in Thailand in May

Day 1 - Thursday 23rd, May
morning -

Arrival in Phuket and check-in to hotel

afternoon -

Relax at Patong Beach

evening -

Dinner at No.6 Restaurant

Day 2 - Friday 24th, May
morning -

Visit the Phuket Trickeye Museum

afternoon -

Lunch at Kopitiam by Wilai

evening -

Stroll around Thalang Road for the local atmosphere and dinner at One Chun Restaurant

Day 3 - Saturday 25th, May
morning -

Drive from Phuket to Krabi with a stop at Wat Tham Sua (Tiger Cave Temple) for the scenic views

afternoon -

Lunch at Rim Lay Seafood in Krabi by the sea

evening -

Visit Ao Nang Beach for sunset and dinner at Lae Lay Grill for fantastic cliffside views

Day 4 - Sunday 26th, May
morning -

Explore Railay Beach for its tranquil atmosphere

afternoon -

Lunch at The Grotto - stunning restaurant nestled in a cave with ocean views

evening -

Relax and unwind at Klong Thom Hot Springs

Day 5 - Monday 27th, May
morning -

Take a longtail boat tour to the beautiful 4 Islands for snorkeling and swimming

afternoon -

Lunch at The Last Fisherman Bar by the beach

evening -

Enjoy a romantic dinner at The Hilltop restaurant overlooking the bay

Day 6 - Tuesday 28th, May
morning -

Relax at Nopparat Thara Beach

afternoon -

Lunch at Wang Sai Seafood for some delicious local seafood

evening -

Enjoy a cozy dinner at Carnivore Steak and Grill

Day 7 - Wednesday 29th, May
morning -

Visit Ao Nam Mao for a leisurely morning by the seaside

afternoon -

Lunch at The Crab Company for some delicious seafood

evening -

Enjoy a farewell dinner at Karn Mansion for authentic Thai dishes

Weather in Thailand in Invalid date
Avg Temp25°C to 35°C
Chance of Rain50%

The weather in Phuket in May is hot and humid, with average temperatures ranging from 25 to 35 degrees Celsius. There is a chance of rain, but it is usually brief and doesn't last long. So we are suggesting you pack accordingly.

Travel eSims for Thailand

*Travel eSims are a great way to stay connected while travelling. They are easy to set up online, no need to visit a store, and can be used in multiple countries. They are a data saver compared to international roaming and are compatible with most phones.

Things to Carry on your trip to Thailand

Clothing & Apparel

Light, breathable clothing -

Thailand is hot and humid, so pack clothes that will keep you cool and comfortable.

Comfortable shoes -

You'll be doing a lot of walking, so make sure your shoes are comfortable.

Swimsuit -

If you're planning on swimming, pack a swimsuit.

Hat -

A hat will help protect you from the sun.

Sunglasses -

Sunglasses will help protect your eyes from the sun.


Sunscreen -

Sunscreen is essential for protecting your skin from the sun.

Insect repellent -

Insect repellent will help keep mosquitoes and other insects away.

First-aid kit -

A first-aid kit will come in handy if you get any minor injuries.

Travel towel -

A travel towel is lightweight and compact, making it easy to pack.

Reusable water bottle -

A reusable water bottle will help you stay hydrated and reduce waste.

Essentials & Must Haves

Passport -

Your passport is required for entry into Thailand.

Visa -

If you're staying in Thailand for more than 30 days, you will need to obtain a visa.

Travel insurance -

Travel insurance will protect you in the event of lost luggage, medical emergencies, and other unexpected events.

Cash -

Cash is still widely accepted in Thailand.

Credit cards -

Credit cards are accepted in most major tourist areas.

Debit cards -

Debit cards can be used to withdraw cash from ATMs.

Good to Have

Camera -

A camera will allow you to capture your memories of Thailand.

Binoculars -

Binoculars can be useful for birdwatching or wildlife viewing.

Guidebook -

A guidebook can provide you with information about Thailand's history, culture, and attractions.

Travel pillow -

A travel pillow can help you get a good night's sleep on long bus or train rides.

Snacks -

Snacks can help you stay energized throughout the day.


Smartphone -

A smartphone can be used for navigation, communication, and entertainment.

Laptop -

A laptop can be used for work, school, or entertainment.

Tablet -

A tablet can be used for reading, watching movies, or playing games.

Chargers -

Chargers are essential for keeping your electronics powered up.

Travel adapter -

A travel adapter will allow you to plug your electronics into Thailand's electrical outlets.

Good to Knows

Payment Options -

Cash is still widely accepted in Thailand, but credit cards and debit cards are also accepted in most major tourist areas.


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