A new Phuket resort departs from tradition, Jane Reddy writes.
Things that should be illegal, or at least questionable, or that are just silly. They happen here.
Danielle Teutsch discovers a Phuket resort that knows how to keep little - and big - people happy.
For those dissuaded by the average 20,000 Australian visitors to Phuket each month there's a salve in three more choice stays dotted around the popular island.
An integrated resort provides an escape from Phuket's mayhem, writes Julie Miller.
Upmarket beach clubs are transforming the Phuket social scene, putting the groove back into the island's sandy shores, writes Julie Miller.
Chris Chun is an artist and textile designer based in Chiang Mai, Thailand who loves great food.
Wherever you go, always take a power adaptor, says Mahalia Barnes.
In a karst limestone crown, Phuket is the jewel; a large island surrounded by beautiful beaches where backpackers mingle with honeymooners splurging in luxury digs with infinity pools and butlers. Hours can be whiled away doing nothing, or day-tripping to some of the most beautiful islands and national parks in the world - famous Phi Phi or Phang-Nga. Don't miss colourful Phuket Town's gory Vegetarian Festival.