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Phuket Island (pronounced puu gèt) () , is Thailand's largest at 48km in length and 21km at its widest. It's in Southern Thailand, on the west-facing Andaman Sea coastline, suspended from the southern tip of Phang Nga Province by a pair of short but substantial road bridges.

Western Phuket (Bang ThaoKamalaKaronKataLaem SingMai KhaoNai Thon and Nai YangPatongSurin)
This region is what Phuket is known for the world over. There is a wide variety of beaches, some calm, some totally ruined by millions of visitors each year. Patong is one of the party capitals of Asia.
Southeastern Phuket (Chalong BayCape PanwaNai HanRawaiYa Nui)
Slightly off-beat beaches that are worth the trip. Chalong Bay is the largest town that acts as a harbour for outgoing boats to Phi Phi island and others south islands.
Interior Phuket (Bang RongKo SirePhuket TownPhra Taew National ParkThalang)
Besides Phuket Town, the interior of Phuket is pretty much unvisited by foreign visitors. This fertile hilly expanse consists of mangrove forests, fishing villages, rubber and pineapple plantations, small Muslim communities and shrimp farms. The Phra Taew National Park is a nice escape from the tourist crowds, as is the Gibbon Project [1].
Small islands southern-eastern Phuket and Phang Nga Bay (Ko BonKo HaeKo LonKo Mai ThonKo RachaKo MaphraoKo NakaKo YaoKo PanyiKo Tapu (James Bond Island))
Famous for its beautiful beaches, clear water, coral forests, pearl farm, limestone cliffs, caves, mangroves, fishing villages and national park.

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