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Planning a trip to Phuket, Thailand

12th Mar to 17th Mar, 2024Splurge a Little Flight
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Things to do in Phuket in March

Day 1 - Wednesday 13th, Mar
morning -

Arrive at Phuket International Airport and transfer to The Nai Harn Phuket for check-in and freshen up.

afternoon -

Relax and enjoy the beautiful Nai Harn Beach, known for its clear waters and stunning views.

evening -

Dinner at Reflections Rooftop Bar at The Nai Harn, offering fine dining with panoramic views of the ocean.

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Day 2 - Thursday 14th, Mar
morning -

Embark on a speedboat tour to explore the nearby islands such as Phi Phi Islands and James Bond Island.

afternoon -

Enjoy snorkeling and swimming in the crystal-clear waters of the Andaman Sea.

evening -

Indulge in a luxurious seafood dinner at the iconic Baan Rim Pa Patong, known for its stunning cliffside location and exquisite Thai cuisine.

Day 3 - Friday 15th, Mar
morning -

Embark on a thrilling jungle trekking adventure at the Khao Sok National Park, known for its lush rainforests and diverse wildlife.

afternoon -

Experience heart-pounding zip lining through the treetops with Flying Hanuman, a top-rated adventure park in Phuket.

evening -

Relax and unwind with a gourmet dinner at Tatonka Restaurant & Bar, known for its fusion of South American and Asian flavors amidst a cozy ambiance.

Day 4 - Saturday 16th, Mar
morning -

Embark on an exhilarating scuba diving expedition at the beautiful dive sites around Phuket, such as Shark Point and Anemone Reef.

afternoon -

Enjoy a luxurious afternoon yacht cruise along the Andaman Sea, with stunning views of the coastline and the opportunity to indulge in water activities like kayaking and paddleboarding.

evening -

Dine in elegance at La Gritta, a seafront Italian restaurant offering panoramic sunset views and delectable cuisine at Amari Phuket.

Day 5 - Sunday 17th, Mar
morning -

Visit the iconic Big Buddha, a 45-meter-tall white marble statue offering panoramic views of the island and the Andaman Sea.

afternoon -

Explore the vibrant and bustling Patong Beach area, renowned for its lively markets, street food stalls, and shopping opportunities.

evening -

Savour a gourmet dinner at Blue Elephant Phuket, housed in a beautifully restored colonial mansion and offering exquisite Royal Thai cuisine in a luxurious setting.

Weather in Phuket in Invalid date
Avg Temp26°C to 33°C
Chance of Rain50%
Seasondry season

The weather in Phuket in March is hot and humid, with average temperatures ranging from 26 to 33 degrees Celsius. There is a chance of rain on about half of the days in March, but the rain is usually light and short-lived. So we are suggesting you pack accordingly.

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Things to Carry on your trip to Phuket

Clothing & Apparel

Lightweight, breathable clothing -

The weather in Phuket in March is hot and humid, so pack clothing that will keep you cool and comfortable.

Swimsuit -

If you plan on spending time at the beach, pack a swimsuit

Shorts or skirts -

Shorts or skirts are a good option for hot weather.

Tank tops or t-shirts -

Tank tops or t-shirts are a good option for hot weather.

Light jacket or sweater -

For evenings or air-conditioned places, pack a light jacket or sweater.

Comfortable walking shoes -

You will be doing a lot of walking in Phuket, so pack comfortable walking shoes.

Flip-flops or sandals -

Flip-flops or sandals are a good option for the beach or around the pool.

Hat -

A hat will help protect you from the sun.

Sunglasses -

Sunglasses will help protect your eyes from the sun.


Backpack or daypack -

A backpack or daypack is a good way to carry your belongings around.

Travel wallet -

A travel wallet will help you keep your passport, money, and credit cards organized.

Reusable water bottle -

A reusable water bottle will help you stay hydrated.

Sarong or beach towel -

A sarong or beach towel can be used for a variety of purposes, such as laying on the beach, covering up, or drying off.

First-aid kit -

A first-aid kit will come in handy for minor injuries.

Toiletries -

Pack your essential toiletries, such as shampoo, conditioner, soap, deodorant, and toothpaste.

Insect repellent -

Insect repellent will help keep mosquitoes and other insects away.

Sunscreen -

Sunscreen will help protect your skin from the sun.

Essentials & Must Haves

Passport and visa -

Make sure your passport is valid for at least six months beyond your date of travel. You will also need to obtain a visa if you are not a citizen of a visa-exempt country.

Travel insurance -

Travel insurance will protect you in case of lost luggage, medical emergencies, or other unexpected events.

Money -

Bring a combination of cash, credit cards, and debit cards.

Itinerary -

Print out a copy of your itinerary and keep it with you.

Hotel or accommodation reservation -

Print out a copy of your hotel or accommodation reservation.

Flight tickets -

Print out a copy of your flight tickets.

Good to have

Travel pillow -

A travel pillow can help you get some rest on long flights or bus rides.

Travel adapter -

A travel adapter will allow you to plug your electronics into foreign outlets.

Universal charger -

A universal charger will allow you to charge all of your electronics with one charger.

Language guide -

A language guide can be helpful if you do not speak the local language.

Camera -

A camera will allow you to capture your memories.

Journal or notebook -

A journal or notebook can be used to keep track of your thoughts and experiences.

Guidebook -

A guidebook can provide you with information about the local area.

Snacks -

Pack some snacks to keep you going between meals.


Cell phone -

Your cell phone will be your lifeline to the outside world.

Laptop or tablet -

A laptop or tablet can be used for entertainment, communication, and work.

E-reader -

An e-reader can be used to read books and magazines.

Headphones or earbuds -

Headphones or earbuds will allow you to listen to music or podcasts.

Power bank -

A power bank will allow you to charge your electronics on the go.

Travel router -

A travel router will allow you to create a Wi-Fi hotspot so that you can connect your devices to the internet.

Good to Knows

Payment Options -

Cash, credit cards, debit cards

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