The realm of Thailand lies in the core of Southeast Asia, making it a characteristic passage to Indochina, Myanmar and Southern China. Its shape and topography partition into four characteristic locales: the mountains and woodlands of the North; the tremendous rice fields of the Central Plains; the semi-dry homestead terrains of the Northeast level; and the tropical islands and long coastline of the landmass South.
Found 862 kilometers south of Bangkok is Phuket, Thailand’s biggest island, which is frequently named as the pearl of the Andaman, or the pearl of the south. Its characteristic assets rough peninsular, limestone bluffs, white fine sea shores, quiet expansive bayous and tropical in-land timberlands add to making it the South’s wealthiest, busiest, most visited and most famous island and territory.
Remaining on the island is simple, as there are just two seasons in a year – the stormy season (May to October) and the hot season (November to April). The low period of phuket is among September and October as they are the wettest months.