Rooftop Bars Phuket
Thailand's largest island has been a classic paradise- and beach destination since forever. But in recent years, the trend of Phuket rooftop bars is also growing fast. You can find a lovely Phuket sky bar or rooftop bar almost around every corner (or around the next block of palm trees). Some set on top of luxurious hotels, some working with the hills to get altitude, some at Phuket beach clubs, but almost all offering beautiful views over the Andaman Sea.
But which is the best rooftop bar Phuket? This guide will help you find out, filled with all info you need about each venue: opening hours, dress code, pictures, maps and much more. So just scroll down and find the Phuket rooftop bar best suited for you.
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Prime season: October - May
Residents: 320 000
Climate: tropical monsoon
Which are the best rooftops in Phuket? This complete guide will help you find the best rooftop bars in Phuket. There are not that many rooftop bars available in Phuket. The low-built cities means most terraces are located on lower levels, with a few exceptions.
However, the rooftop bars available in Phuket are still spectacular with magical views over the ocean, beaches and landscape.
Most of the rooftop bars in Phuket are located at luxurious hotels or fancy restaurants. So expect to spend a little bit more money than you're used to at more grounded venues.
Phuket is a province in Thailand and the country's largest island located on the southwest coast. This island has the country's highest average income where tourism and rubber plantations are the main reasons for this. There are numerous beaches such as Karon Beach, Kata Beach and Patong Beach. These beaches are annually crowded by tourists from all over the world. This has contributed to Phuket no longer being so genuinely Thai.