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5 great reasons to visit Phuket, Thailand

As the biggest travel destination in Thailand, Phuket encapsulates both the good and bad sides of Thai tourism. While overcrowded beaches and rowdy bars are part and parcel of resort towns like Patong, scratch beneath the surface and you’ll discover a whole other, unspoiled side to this island. From trying traditional Thai experiences, visiting secret […] 5 great reasons to visit Phuket, Thailand is a post from A Luxury Travel Blog The post 5 great reasons to visit Phuket, Thailand appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
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