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Phuket - Useful Information


There are no inoculations required for visits to Phuket. But if you've arriving from a country where Yellow Fever inoculations are required, you may require proof of a vaccination against it. Precautionary inoculations are for Hepatitis A, Polio and Tetanus. You should discuss these with your GP 4-6 weeks before you travel, to check whether you're up to date with them.

Getting To Your Hotel

Shared transfers from Phuket Airport take between 20 minutes and 1
hour and cost from £23 per person return. Private transfers are also
available from £17 extra per person return (min 2 people). Boat transfers
to Koh Phi Phi depart from Phuket's Ao Po Grand Marina or Rassada pier
and take approximately 90 minutes. Please ask your consultant for

Useful Numbers

International dialling code: 65


The currency in Thailand's biggest island is the Thai Baht and £1 will get your roughly 54 Baht.


It is warm in Phuket all year round with temperatures ranging between 25 – 34°C (77 – 93°F). Phuket’s weather is typically divided into two distinct seasons, dry and rainy, with transitional periods in between. The seasons are dictated by the tropical monsoon, which is characterised by prevailing winds that blow from the northeast for half the year, then reverse and blow from the southwest, producing a dry season and a wet season.


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