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Exploring Patong

Patong is the most famous beach resort on Phuket. It offers a wide variety of activities and nightlife, making it a favorite spot for party lovers. At night, the town has a bustling nightlife with hundreds of restaurants, bars and discos. All visitors are sure to have a good time in this town and might not want to leave.

Accommodation near Patong

Huge resorts adorn the west coast of the island overlooking the beaches. There are many options available for tourists from beachside luxury and boutique hotels with their own pool, to hotels offering basic and moderate amenities. There are a few guesthouses and beach bungalows on the Island for a down-to-earth, chilled-out stay. Recommended accommodation include The Charm Resort Phuket, Millennium Resort Patong Phuket and Avista Hideaway Resort & Spa - Phuket.

Sightseeing near Patong

Most of the nightlife concentrates on Bangla Night Street. Bangla Road comes to life once the sun sets. The road is closed to vehicle traffic and becomes 400 metres of neon lights, loud music, cheap beer and sexy girls. Almost all of the bars are outdoors, so the music from each one blends into a deafening mess of sound! Beer bars occupy most of the street's length, with several go-go bars and a few pubs, restaurants, discos and shops rounding out the attractions.

Another nightlife location is Paradise Complex, the heart of Phuket's gay community. An estimated half of the businesses here are run by, or are catering to gay people. Many are small bars with a selection of young men who sit, talk and share drinks with their guests. As a party destination, this place is calm during the day and comes alive at night.

Transportation near Patong

Taxis are widespread across the island and offer the most convenient means of getting around, but visitors also have the option of hiring their own car and exploring the coastline. Motorbikes are available for rent from guesthouses and from local rental agencies. Locals get around using large minibuses on fixed routes.

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