Take off to PHUKET

Cheap Flights to Phuket
from Australia

visit this little piece of paradise, with pure white sands and aquamarine waters

Melbourne to Phuket

from

$928 return

4 Nov - 21 Nov 2020

Perth to Phuket

from

$941 return

4 Nov - 18 Nov 2020

Sydney to Phuket

from

$943 return

4 Nov - 21 Nov 2020

Adelaide to Phuket

from

$971 return

4 Nov - 21 Nov 2020

Brisbane to Phuket

from

$1003 return

4 Nov - 21 Nov 2020

Terms and conditions apply.  Subject to change and availability.  Please note these prices are from and will vary depending on the departure and return date you put in when searching online within the depart between dates. Christmas and New Year periods (High Season and Shoulder Season) periods can be more expensive. More departure options, all major airlines and destinations available when searching online.

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Cheapest time to fly to Phuket

A less crowded and more budget-friendly time to fly to Phuket is from May to October because of the monsoon season, and although accomodation prices are lower, the water condition can be dangerous. A good time to fly to Phuket is between November and April when the weather conditions are ideal for beach activities.

phuket international Airport (hkt)

Phuket International Airport is the second busiest airport in Thailand with millions of passengers visiting each year. The airport plays an important role in promoting travel and tourism in the southern region of Thailand, since Phuket Island and nearby provinces are popular resort areas.

To go to the city centre by bus you need to get on the Phuket Smart Bus which provides hourly service from 6am to 9pm, leaving the airport and stopping at many tourist destinations until finally stopping at Rawai Beach. The ticket costs around 100 baht (4.80 Australian Dollars).


You can get a taxi from outside the terminals. All fares are metered and there is a 100 baht airport surcharge to add to the metre. Make sure your taxi driver turns on the metre when leaving. 

Uber isn't available in Phuket but there is a similar app used there called Grab. Grab offers four kinds of vehicles: GrabCar, Grabcar Premium, 6-seater (Economy) and 6-seater (Premium). The fare will be different depending on the car category.

Looking for a private transfer option from the airport to your hotel in Phuket? If you want piece of mind when you land then give iFly a call on 1800 156 856 when you've booked your flights online to Phuket and we will organise your private transfer for you.

Getting Around Phuket


The best way you can get yourself around Phuket is by Tuk Tuk, which is a small yellow or red truck. Be advised that you probably will have to bargain the fare with the driver and keep in mind that fares within town shouldn't cost more than 50 baht though some drivers might charge a flat fee of about 100 baht. 


Many resorts and hotels are close to the beach, restaurant and shopping areas, being possible to get around on foot. You can get a taxi with rates similar to the Tuk Tuks, so expect to bargain the fare with the driver before the trip.

Hiring a Car in Phuket

Discover Phuket and the surrounding areas at your own pace when you hire a car. There is easy pick up and drop off options at the airport or at some destinations in the city.  At iFly we have amazing prices and car options for you to choose, so buckle yourself in with iFly and click here to get a car hire quote.

Don't forget before you fly

If you have an Australian passport you have up to 30 days stay in Phuket without a visa. For visa requirements please check with Thailand's Embassy in Australia.

 

Make sure you're covered and have organised your Travel Insurance before you go.

Phuket is an island in Thailand known for its natural beauty and beach-related activities. From Phuket it's possible to visit smaller islands and world famous places like Phang Nga Bay, the Phi Phi Islands and the Big Buddha. 


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