Phuket Budget Break

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Incredible Phuket Budget Break Holiday. Go to Thailand's most famous beach destination, the best place for a relaxing holiday. Phuket is actually a large island surrounded by magnificent beaches such as Rawal, Patong, Karon, Kamala and many more. Once you had your first few days relaxing it is time to explore the Island. There are great viewpoints, exotic nearby islands such as Phi Phi, a vibrant nightlife and markets filled with street food stalls. All in all, a holiday that will clear your mind and your body.

At a glance

Phuket 7 Nights at the Chanalai Garden Resort
Accommodation  Standard Double
Meals Breakfast daily
Other Return Airport transfers  


Be charmed into this exquisite slice of coastal life, where lush palms and tropical forests bloom by a glorious beach. Enjoy the untouched and unspoiled beauty of Phuket, with spectacular views of the Andaman Sea and tropical gardens. Chanalai Garden Resort is an amazing sea view resort nestled in Kata Beach, an atmospheric and exotic holiday destination.

Hotel services and facilities
Two swimming pools
Free Wi-Fi
Kids’ club and pool
Fitness center
Pool bars
Laundry service
Babysitting service
Room service
Two food outlets

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Day 1

Arrive Phuket

  • Arrive at Phuket Airport. Clear customs and meet with our representative for transfer to your hotel
Day 2

Phuket (B)

  • Day one of your holiday. Find a perfect spot at one of the pools and just relax for the day
  • The pool bars offer delicious all-day light snacks and a list of unique drinks
Day 3

Phuket (B)

  • Breakfast at your hotel
  • Time to explore Kata Beach. The pleasant bay of Kata, just a few minutes south of Karon Beach, entices and charms many visitors with its white sands and clear waters. Very popular with families, Kata is an all-round favorite due to its spectacular palm-lined beach and great restaurants


  • Return airfares from Johannesburg on Emirates Airlines (Specific and Limited Seats)
  • Departure and Fuel taxes (subject to change)
  • 07 Nights Accommodation in standard double rooms
  • Meals as per itinerary
  • Return transfers Airport - Hotel - Airport


  • Increases in airfares and departure/fuel taxes
  • Optional tours
  • Tips
  • Services not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Travel Insurance


  • Valid for travel till 31 October 2019
  • Seasonal, Weekend, Events and School holiday Supplements may be applicable 

    Contact us for any other travel date required

Country information

Phuket Travel tips

Getting Around in Phuket is easy. Most of the beach resorts are small enough to walk around and most hotels are located close to the beach, restaurants and shopping areas. If you'd rather not walk, or if your hotel is not on one of the main beaches, your hotel can arrange for a taxi or tuk-tuk. 
Renting a motorbike in Phuket is perhaps the easiest and most convenient way of getting around the island and seeing the sights.
The nippy little scooters are extremely simple to operate and can dodge through the worst of the traffic, getting you from place to place in the quickest time, with ample parking space available almost everywhere

ATM in Phuket

ATMs are everywhere and usually work safely. In Bangla area of Patong, make sure no one watches over your shoulder but isn’t it just common sense?

NOTE: in Thailand, money comes out FIRST, then your card is ejected! A great way to forget your card in the machine after those 3 beers! NOTE: When changing money at a money exchange, count your money in front of the cashier, there have been some cases of missing money. The best exchange rate is usually in the non-brand exchange booths you will spot easily in most streets of main beaches.

Suntan vs Sunburn

Don’t take it lightly: sun in Phuket, even on a cloudy day is very strong. Do yourself a favor and don’t ruin your chances of a nice smooth suntan on your arrival day by overexposing yourself without sunscreen. Go easy for the first few days!

One of the things that makes a holiday in Phuket so pleasant is the friendly charm of the Thai people. Although very tolerant of tourists' behavior there are some customs that visitors should take particular care to observe :

  • When negotiating for services or bartering for goods its best never to lose your temper or become aggressive. Acting in such a way may well achieve results in some societies but in Thailand, this behavior is not respected and usually will not get you anywhere. This is particularly relevant when dealing with Thai police or government officials.
  • Never ridicule or talk disrespectfully about members of the royal family. Not only will it cause offense but it could land you in jail as it is against the law.
  • Thailand is mostly Buddhist and although foreigners are welcomed at their temples (called "wats") respectful behavior and conservative dress is expected

    Pack the Right Shoes and Clothes for Thailand

  • Phuket is hot all year round whether its raining or not so loose, breathable garments are the most suitable whatever the season. 

    Photocopy of Passport

  • Thai law requires foreigners to carry their passport at all times though, the reality is that most people keep it locked in their hotel's security box or safe. If you decide to do the same then carrying a photocopy of it will probably satisfy most public officials at least as an interim measure