Phuket Reopens Tourism From 1 July 2021
Yоu hаvе been соореd uр аt home fоr оvеr a year and no whеrе to trаvеl, tіll nоw! If уоu'rе ready tо buѕt оut tо аnоthеr country, especially one іn Asia, thеn hеrе'ѕ nеwѕ for уоu.
Thе Government оf Thаіlаnd has аnnоunсеd tоurіѕm wіll rеturn to thе kіngdоm starting July 1, 2021. Thеrе wіll bе a ѕресіаl, no quarantine method, іf реорlе fоllоw thе ѕtrісt rulеѕ being set, bеfоrе and аftеr аrrіvаl at Phukеt Intеrnаtіоnаl Aіrроrt, аѕ fоllоwѕ:
1. One muѕt bе vaccinated аgаіnѕt COVID-19 with any 2 dоѕеѕ оr at lеаѕt 1 dose оf AѕtrаZеnеса vассіnе. Allоwаnсе fоr thоѕе rесоvеrеd frоm COVID-19 fоr uр tо 90 dауѕ оr has been tеѕtеd negative for COVID-19 bу RT-PCR оr аntіgеn rapid tеѕt fоr no more thаn 7 dауѕ from the dаtе of examination, will be approved. Children up tо 5 уеаrѕ old wіll bе exempted.
2. Download the "Mоr Chana" арр (A mandatoy соntасt tracing арр) оn his/her ѕmаrtрhоnе on аrrіvаl аnd аgrее to share the location аt all times іn Phukеt fоr соntасt trасіng рurроѕеѕ.
3. Muѕt rеgіѕtеr оnlіnе vіа www.gоphugеt.соm website tо provide information оn уоur trір tо thе рrоvіnсе.
4. Obѕеrvе ѕеlf-mоnіtоrіng ассоrdіng tо disease соntrоl рrеvеntіvе measures by аvоіdіng trаvеl tо communities оr рlасеѕ where mаnу реорlе gather.
Everyone that visits Phuket, but wants to go to other parts of Thailand, can do so if they stay on the island for a mandatory 14 days first. They must take a swab test and attain negative results before being granted permission to move on. Do note that other regions may have their own requirements of entry and one may even be required to stay in a quarantine facility in those regions before being allowed to roam freely, at this time.
Thе Tоurіѕm Authоrіtу Of Thailand (TAT), hаѕ already rеасhеd оut tо ѕеvеrаl mаjоr airlines аnd prominent travel соmраnіеѕ tо get thе wоrd оut about thе rеореnіng. Hеrе аrе things tо take nоtе оf.
Entrу аnd COVID-19 Screening Measures For Thе Sandbox Mеthоd
Phuket Sandbоx іѕ a саmраіgn created by thе рublіс and private sectors оn the іѕlаnd. Phukеt hаѕ bееn dеѕіgnаtеd as a ріlоt scheme fоr tourists whо аrе аlrеаdу vассіnаtеd аgаіnѕt COVID-19, tо vіѕіt without quаrаntіnе, wіth thе іntеntіоn оf it tо rоll оut to other parts оf Thаіlаnd аftеr 1 Oсtоbеr 2021. Lосаlѕ аrе being vассіnаtеd by uр to 85% so thеу are rеаdу fоr thе reopening tоо.
Hоtеlѕ and оthеr еѕtаblіѕhmеntѕ рrоvіdіng accommodation to any tourist heading to the Phuket scene, muѕt fоllоw the рrоvіnсіаl public health guіdеlіnеѕ, including travel mоvеmеnt tracking. Holidays аrе mеаnt to bе fun, but at this tіmе certain businesses аrе ѕtіll not granted thе rіght tо ореrаtе, however, mаnу оthеr business are already permitted tо rеореn since June. Hеrе ае ѕоmе thіngѕ you can еnjоу whеn you arrive in Julу.
Thе following vеnuеѕ and buѕіnеѕѕеѕ are аllоwеd to rеореn from 1 Junе, 2021 оnwаrd:
Outdооr & іndооr ѕроrtѕ vеnuеѕ.
Prеmіѕеѕ fоr tаttооіng оr ріеrсіng.
Prеmіѕеѕ оffеrіng ѕеrvісеѕ for fishing.
Snоrkеlіng аnd scuba dіvіng buѕіnеѕѕеѕ.
Cаfеѕ, rеѕtаurаntѕ аnd ѕtrееt fооd vеndоrѕ.
Amulet аnd Buddhа ѕtаtuе trаdіng mаrkеtѕ аnd сеntеrѕ.
Phukеt аttrасtіоnѕ like thе bеасhеѕ, еlерhаnt rеѕеrvеѕ, theme раrkѕ, etc.
Wаlkіng ѕtrееt markets, flеа mаrkеtѕ, rеtаіl stores аnd whоlеѕаlеr vеnuеѕ.
Gоlf courses and driving rаngеѕ аrе аllоwеd tо open, but without аnу tournaments.
Aеѕthеtіс сlіnісѕ, medical сlіnісѕ fоr bеаutу service, wеіght-lоѕѕ centers, аnd mаnісurе/реdісurе ѕhорѕ.
Hеаlth-rеlаtеd like ѕраѕ, fіtnеѕѕ, bеаutу shops, аnd establishments for trаdіtіоnаl Thаі mаѕѕаgе.
All аfоrеmеntіоnеd venues аnd buѕіnеѕѕеѕ аrе tо ѕtrісtlу fоllоw newly ѕеt COVID-19 рrеvеntіоn guіdеlіnеѕ and all tоurіѕt аrе tо follow іnѕtruсtіоnѕ uроn their vіѕіtаtіоn tо thеѕе рlасеѕ. Tо рut thіngѕ in prospective, іtѕ bееn a lоng wait fоr ѕоmеthіng lіkе this tо hарреn аrоund thе world аnd еvеrуоnе, іnсludіng thе TAT аnd the Thаі Gоvеrnmеnt, wаntѕ it tо bе a ѕuссеѕѕ.
Last nоtе to rеmеmbеr bеfоrе уоu bооk уоur flіght and Phukеt hotel rооm. All airline раѕѕеngеrѕ wіll be rеfuѕеd trаvеl to Phukеt іf you are unable tо рrоvіdе thе nесеѕѕаrу dосumеntѕ rеgаrdіng COVID-19 travel, аѕ mеntіоnеd аt thе ѕtаrt. Check wіth thе Thаі embassy іn your соuntrу first bеfоrе making аnу соnсrеаtе рlаnѕ. Wіth that, іtѕ time fоr a great hоlіdау once again and hореfullу fоr уеаrѕ tо come.
6/4/2014 0 Comments
Phuket Songkran Festival 2014
Songkran, the Thai new year, is about to hit the whole of Thailand in a weeks time. Phuket is gearing up for the event as usual. Once again Phuket Big Bike Week is at the same time as Songkran. This year is the 20th anniversary of Big Bike Week, Phuket. The 2013 Songkran festival was one without any road fatalities in Phuket, except a few accidents. That was a feat in itself. Of course the Thai police are hoping for the same this year.
Within the Big Bike Week there will be loads of parties, memorabilia to buy at auction, merchandise stores set up and big bikes on sale of course. Not forgetting the Miss Phuket Bike Week Contest that's been a highlight year on in.
If you're headed to Phuket, beware that the bike week itself is expecting crowds of up to 50000 people in Patong alone. Not to mention the nightmare that the Phuket Airport will be facing as it is the end of high season so many are leaving and as many are entering. So book your Phuket hotels well in advance and plan your journey for all there is to experience during Songkran.
24/3/2014 0 Comments
Siralanna Hotel Phuket
Siralanna Phuket is a small boutique hotel located in the heart of Patong beach area, one of ths country's most popular beach destinations. Every piece of furniture and decor is originally designed and handmade by traditional Thai craftsman from Chiang Mai. A masterpiece in itself besides the comfort.
Offering hotel guests superior services and a broad range of amenities, Siralanna Phuket Hotel is committed to ensuring that your stay is as comfortable as possible. While lodging at this wonderful property, guests can enjoy Wi-Fi in public areas, safety deposit boxes, a coffee shop, laundry service and more.
Experience high quality room facilities, including air conditioning, in room safe, television LCD/plasma screen, non smoking rooms, mini bar, to help you recharge after a long day. The hotel's massage are ideal places to relax and unwind after a busy day. Discover an engaging blend of professional service and a wide array of features at Siralanna Phuket Hotel.
13/1/2014 0 Comments
Shutdown Phuket Begins
In the last several weeks of protest against the Thai Government, it has now come to this new strategy of a shutdown in Bangkok and it seems elsewhere in Thailand is following. The existing Government has already announced elections in the next coming months but it seems that the protestors are not letting people forget their plight.
Bangkok has been in turmoil and it has not helped tourism, the Thai baht, the economy, their daily lives but it looks like that's what the struggle has been about in many ways or at least many of these things. Not forgetting allegations of corruption withing the Government. Now, as with many other locations throughtout Thailand, Phuket is also part of the whole agenda. In support of their comrades in Bangkok, many people have taken to the streets to rally their descent on the country's politics and those running it especially Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra who refuses to step down.
In Phuket they have started a major rally in Phuket Town. Government buildings and offices were closed, with police and the military on standby. Many schools also closed and at least 3 were lead by student leaders that participated on stage in the rally protest, boosting the influx of younger people who will ultimately become the next generation of voters. It is not clear if the protestors will move to other parts of the island like Patong and Bangtao or even do a sit in at the Phuket International Airport.
Tourist have been warned to stay away and not provoke things in any way. Many embassies have also instructed their visitors to be cautious and even advised them to not wear the red or yellow colors as a precaution against any misunderstanding that may erupt from either side in any mistaken support.
Phuket police have siad the situation is clam. Even though the protest is loud, it is well organized and the police chief has mentioned that he knows the main persons and have spoken to them to ensure that they keep withing the legally allowed protest rules defined in Thailand's constitution. Public safety to locals and tourist on the island is priority to the police. On the protestors side, they have mentioned that everything they do depends on what happens in Bankok. So now, it's a wait and see game, even for the tourist.
20/11/2013 0 Comments
The Kee Resort & Spa Phuket
You Are Invited To The Kee Resort & Spa Phuket Thailand
This Kee Resort & Spa is a fairly new hotel of about two to three years only. The Phuket Scene is ready because this hotel and plaza complex is ready to take guests into an oasis of bliss. It has been opened to the dead end link of Soi Seadragon which connects to the infamous Bangla Road party district of Patong. Situated is just a short walk away from Patong beach, The Kee Plaza and Sea Dragon Entertainment Complex. Each guestroom is set with warm interior and equipped with the nice amenities. The resort boasts a number of facilities, which includes a fitness center, day spa, restaurant, roof top lounge and a children center. As elegant as Thai silk is, they ensure comfort and luxury for all who visits Patong.
How To Get There
28/9/2013 0 Comments
Rihanna & The Loris Saga In Phuket
Superstar Rihanna made a stop over holiday in Phuket Thailand for a few days before heading to Singapore for the Formula 1 night race, grand prix concert. Little did she know controversy would arise over a tiny little creature know as a Loris. These animals are endangered species but she was captured on camera, where she even placed in on her Badgirlriri Instagram page and twitted about it as well.
She was also seen feeding and playing with elephants and her tweets about going to see a ping-pong show on the paradise island didn't help either. The Rihanna and Loris incident seems to have occured on notorious Bangla road in the Patong beach area. In all fairness many street touts, even ladyboys, try to either sell tourist anything & everything. In this case it just seemed like they wanted money for photo taking with the animal. Many others on Bangla road use large reptiles like monitor lizards with the same intention of making money from tourist. It is not known if the Loris owner even knew she was a celebrity.
For Rihanna, it seems like she may not have known about these endangered animals and only found them to be cute and cuddly and probably got her curious. However, police and animal rights groups have been up in arms over the issue. Phuket, being a major tourist destination, authorities have since made several arrest, fined and removed these Loris from them. The story continues....but another controversy popped up during the F1 concert in Singapore. Riri, as she is also known as, has been accused of lip syncing during the F1 concert. Plus she looked either drunk or stoned on drugs. Celebrities....what can we say.
30/12/2012 0 Comments
Phuket Airport Information
The Phuket International Airport sits at the northern part of Phuket island. This truly is inconvenient as it sits so far from everything and everyplace people are heading to but there's no choice and we all have to live with the high priced taxi service that they have going on. For departure, good idea would be to set a deal with a taxi driver wherever you are in Phuket and not do it with any agency. You'll save a lot if you bargain with the driver directly.
The Phuket airport is fairly large and strangely with almost 3 million passengers a year, it all flows fairly smoothly when you're processing your check-in for arrival or when departing. The airport is still under going an upgrade but many people get a little lost with the fact that they have a terminal 2 that is hidden and passengers need to go to a different section on a different level for certain airlines to be checked in but they need to head back to terminal 1 area to get to the departure lounge. Yes, it's all a little confusing so be thankful you need to be there two hours ahead of time or you will be overwhelmed by the airport confusion. Oddly, they do not have an information counter to provide directions for passengers at the Phuket airport even though there is over 50 different airlines that have routes there.
Many people going for a holiday in Phuket have fears of missing their flight but there are many Phuket airport hotels which are very close by and still makes for a great time but only draw back is, it is not as busy in terms of the famous Phuket nightlife scene as it is in a remote location. However, it is great for a family holiday in Phuket.
The airport interior has a lot of food and beverage stores to grab a quick bite or if you feel you need a last taste of Thai food before heading back. There's also a foot massage and spa at the departure lounge so that could help kill some time or even prepare you to relax for your long flight ahead. Another thing, many do not know that they have a baggage storage service area at the airport. This is good for people that may leave Phuket for a short trip elsewhere in Thailand and return to pick it up later rather than carry everything around. Really useful for golfers with their golf bags.
Overall Phuket Internationl Airport is an adventure in itself but once you've been through it you can easily find your way around for years to come.
Phuket's Patong Carnival always has these specially modified car show vehicles for the parade as they have massive sound systems built into the cars. They very in amount of speakers but you can see that it comes from the sides, back and even inside the car doors. By night fall their light effects on the modified cars add to the mesmerizing effects of the songs played.
Each car simply packs high energy pulsating music so as to provide the parade contingent with lively attention and it saves the Phuket municipality from added cost on lining the beach road with added speaker and sound systems for the Patong Carnival. It also brings much attention to each contingent as they pass by the crowds who are taking photos and videos. Many car enthusiast can't get enough of these cars as they light up in a myriad of colors and the music effect brings it to life all by itself. It's no wonder that the cars are a show stopper at the Patong Carnival all by itself.
Phuket carnival and the upbeat car show gets better each year. Don't be surprised that one day we might see a monster truck appear in the parade. Wonder what sort of sound system that could bring?
20/12/2012 0 Comments
Phuket Banzaan Market
Phuket's Banzaan Market use to be old, dirty and only the locals use to go and buy their daily food items there. Nowadays, after the facelift and upgrade of the premises it has become somewhat of an attraction in itself. The place has been renovated into a more modern facility and the way the food is presented makes it more appealing for consumers.
The fact that this is written here makes this landmark significant as it use to be an a place on the outskirts of Patong area at the back towards Nanai road, however with Patong expanding, many newly built hotels, guesthouses, restaurants & cafes and businesses have popped up around the Banzaan market area. Thus, making it a convenient place to get groceries and other essential items from stores located on the second floor area.
Speaking of the second floor, there is a food section where you get a variety of dishes and has a seating space for patrons to have their meals. A sort of hawker center style concept but what many don't know is that there is a stall there called Your Kitchen that will let you buy whatever you want from the fresh food market below and they will cook it for you. For example, go to the fish section, buy the freshest catch of the day, bring it up to the stall, they cook it and you eat it. A must try for food lovers.
16/12/2012 1 Comment
Phuket Carnival At Patong 2012
Phuket Carnival 2012 (Thailand)
A Phuket yearly affair, also known as Patong Carnival, has grown steadily. It kicks off the high season in Patong area, lasting from 15th till 20th December. Normally it's held in November but this year they pushed it to December to avoid the rainy season downfall. Fortunately it rained only in the early afternoon period which cleared away fears of a wash out and the Patong carnival had a spectacular parade.
10/12/2012 0 Comments
Phuket Town Walkabout
Taking a little walkabout in Phuket town through day and night and you'll find it goes from a very busy town like everywhere else but what you find is you are in a sort of time warp back to the seventies in many places and totally modernized in many.
If you intend to visit Phuket town, there are many small guesthouses for the budget conscious and many modern ones to select from. One piece of advice, unlike Patong area, these hotels may not have a safe in the room but a safe box at the reception for use. Just in case you are afraid of loosing your passport and money as you never know what could happen.
The best thing about the "old town" area of Phuket town itself is finding many shops selling things like watches, laundry shops, Chinese fortune ornaments, clothes, etc, and there are many nice quaint cafes, modernized with wi-fi, that you can sit by and have a meal or watch the world go by.
You'll also find Phuket town nightlife is spread in many different locations and the local patronage is very high, although foreigners go to other bars and pubs, they are always welcomed. From rock, pop, blues, jazz to Thai cultural indie pop, Phuket town is alive and kicking with its music scene and it seems the residents there can get enough of it. With new places opening up, modern malls arising and changes in modern generations of Thais lifestyle; the emergence of some lively nightlife hotspots is evident in Phuket town.
21/11/2012 2 Comments
Loy Krathong Day
Loy Krathong Festival
So it looks like the Phuket scene is gearing up for Loy Krathong day this 28th November 2012. Loy Krathong is celebrated not only in Phuket but all over Thailand. So what is the meaning of the Loy Krathong festival. It is said that the festival had it's origins in Sukhothai, north of Bangkok, approximately 800 years ago. It falls on the twelve month of the Thai calender which, in a normal calender, is November.
The krathongs are made up of the cellulose trunk of banana trees. Making them is usually a family affair. These "boats", as they are nicknamed, are usually well decorated like a parade float and the person using it will have the intention of clearing away all bad luck and misfortune. The well decorated krathong is usually made of colorful flowers and banana leaves with room for candles and incense sticks. People usually place a few coins, nail clippings and some of their hair to represent them before launching it into the rivers, streams or oceans while making prayers as they watch it float away.
This act represents bad luck being taken away and new beginnings coming in. Coincidentally, the rice planting season begins after the fall festival and will later lead to the harvest being in mid April and that's when they have the water festival Songkran.
Many young couples tend to place special items in their krathong to have a successful marriage and better futures or even kids. As years have gone by the Thai people have become more creative in their efforts to gain better things in life. Tourist are more than happy to partake in the festival as it is such a unique sight to see all the rivers, canals and oceans of lit candle krathongs moving along. It's just a spectacle in itself and not to be missed if you are there on that November full moon in Thailand. It makes for a great reason to have a holiday.
So what is the Loy Krathong process like? Well, just before sunset people go to the beaches, rivers, etc and light their candles and incense after placing their items inside then as the sun almost sets and the full moon visible, they release their krathong. Tradition says, if it floats away from you then good luck is to follow for the new year ahead but if it floats back then things are not going to be as rosy or the year ahead is not as fortunate.
Usually in many places all over Thailand, the festival incorporates a beauty queen contest, after the release of the krathongs. This goes back to the legend of of Noppamas who is said to have created the first krathong. She is supposedly the consort of the Sukhothai king.
Coincidentally, and mostly in the northern area of Thailand, the festival of Yi Peng is also celebrated in the same full moon period. There is a massive display of lighted lanterns that fill the skies at night. These are massive balloon like laterns know as Khom lai or Khom fai and are made primarily of thin paper. The same belief of sending bad luck off and getting better luck for the future is in line with the method of the floating krathongs. Only these go up into the sky.
So with lighted floats in the ocean, rivers, lakes, etc, and massive balloons lighting the skies of Thailand; your luck could just change for the better. Only way to find out is to be there for Loy Krathong.
6/11/2012 0 Comments
Phuket Vegetarian Festival
The Phuket scene can be fun, exciting and trilling for new arrivals but if you're lucky you might find yourself thrown in the middle of some festival and your Phuket holiday just got far better.
Of the many events that take place every year on Phuket, the vegetarian festival is arguably the most colourful, not the food event implied by its name but more an annual purification ceremony. The ‘chosen ones’, or Ma Song, entering a trance like state and puncturing their faces with anything from multiple skewers to beach umbrellas. Not for the faint of heart. Around the same time as the vegetarian festival is the setting adrift of the Chao Le, sea Gypsy, boats at Krabi. The ceremony takes place at midnight and makes for a beautiful, haunting spectacle.
The other festival of note is Songkran, Thai New Year, in mid April. The celebrations last for four days and have become a somewhat notorious, and embarrassing, spike on the road accident graph of Thailand. In earlier times Songkran, or ‘Water Festival’ as it is often translated, was an altogether different prospect. Thai people would leave their homes to greet friends and neighbours, anointing them with water or powder in a ‘good luck’ gesture. This gentle tradition has morphed over the years into the full-on chuck-fest that we see today.
Songkran is fun, people come out with buckets, water blasters of every size, and bags of dubious white powder to ‘anoint’ each other in a crazy, messy, high spirited romp that lasts for several days. If you don’t play well with others or are too kool for skool then maybe it’s not for you.
It’s often said that the arrival of foreign tourists, farang, was where the corruption of the festival of Songkran began. The statistics, shocking as they are, don’t back up this view though and the vast majority of road deaths occur among the native population. In 2008 the road death toll ran to some 350 over the seven days of Songkran from a total of just over 4000 accidents. Tellingly, Phitsanulok province, a place where most farang would struggle to find on a map, led the carnage with 15 fatalities. There is talk, serious talk from serious politicians, about making Songkran alcohol free. It may happen, and it would be wise to keep an eye on news coming from Thailand if you are planning a Songkran trip.
Loy Krathong, which is usually in November, is another festival on the cards. Less impact but non the less important to the Thai people as it is the beginning of the rice planting season. Through out Thailand the festivals can be found everywhere through out the year like the Thai king's birthday, the royal barge procession, the illuminated boat procession or ‘Lai Ruea Fai’ and many more found all over.
Even during seasonal peaks such as Christmas and Songkran there is accommodation to suit every pocket on Phuket, from 500 baht per night guesthouses to the 50000, yes fifty thousand, baht per night and enough to keep the most demanding of travellers busy. From the photo opportunities of Phang Ngha bay and the stunning sunsets of Laem Promthep, the balmy beaches all around the island, to the heat of the Patong nightlife, Phuket is a place that once visited, is never forgotten.
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