Phuket, Koh Samui, Krabi and Koh Phi Phi are the highly visited beach islands close to Thailand. It is the option for a lot of city dwellers in Singapore for the weekend trip destination.
Koh Samui is also called as Samui. Phuket is the largest island and it is situated in the south side of Thailand.
From Phuket, you can also check out the surrounding islands such as Krabi, Koh Phi Phi, and Koh Samui.
Flying from Singapore to Phuket:
Phuket is outfitted with the huge international airport. When you get a flight from Singapore to Phuket, you will reach this international airport which is based at the north of the island. It is the 2nd huge hub,second to Bangkok.
Direct flights (one-way):
The below airlines provide direct flights to travel to Phuket from Singapore. They run 1 to 3 flights daily to Phuket. They have listed as follows:
AirAsia, Tiger airways and Jetstar are the three airlines that provide flights from Singapore to Phuket. The ticket fare is $160 during the peak seasons and it would come down during the off seasons and costs you only $40.
Phuket to Koh Phi Phi:
Ferry trip is accessible from Phuket to Koh Phi Phi. It can take approximately 1 hour and 30min to go by ferry and speedboats would require at least 45 minutes.
It is a spectacular island. It charges 700 baht for adults, and departs at 8:30am and 1:30pm.
Travel to Samui from Phuket:
Traveling facilities from Phuket to Koh Samui is highly comfortable. There are 3 to 5 flights daily from phuket to Koh Samui.
Also Bangkok airways offer direct flights to Koh Samui and it costs from $106.
Travel directly from Singapore to Krabi:
The charges differ according to the seasons. It charges $60 while there is off season and it costs $150 through the peak seasons. Tiger airways operates a flight to Krabi daily from Singapore.
From Krabi to Koh Phi Phi:
Koh Phi Phi is reachable from Krabi and also from Phuket as we have seen above. The ferries depart from 9:30am and 2:30pm.
The ticket expense will be 450 baht when obtained from a tour agent. Additional ferry rides will be included for the duration of the peak seasons.
Travel to Koh Samui from Singapore:
There is a direct flight available to travel to Koh Samui from Singapore. Bangkok airways operates a flight and it charges $385.
It takes 90 minutes to enter Koh Samui from Singapore as it will take from Phuket.
Best time to go to Phuket:
If you adore water sports, go to Phuket during the hot season. Phuket is a humid island.
It has hot weather throughout March to early May. The summer season begins for the duration of May to October.
It gets night rain during the summer months and it has unclear water. So it is not ideal to play the water sports.
November to February will get short and thunderous rainfalls in Phuket. The cool season starts in November and it ends in February.
The weather is reasonable and tolerable.Travelers can get pleasure from visiting the western seashores.
Climate in Koh Phi Phi:
Koh Phi Phi’s very hot season is from January to April, while the rainy season is from May to December. The common temperature ranges from 25 ºC to 32 ºC.
Climate in Krabi:
The greatest occasions to visit Krabi is from November to April when it is warm with some rainfall. It is ideal to go to the seaside throughout this time and play water games such as rafting, diving etc.
Koh Samui is dry starting from the month of January till September. It gets rainfall through the month of October to December.
And finally, check the comprehensive information on GuideGecko to find out more on a bus or coach to Singapore.
By Tamara Weilando | Submitted On January 18, 2011
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