The Tide Beachfront Siray Phuket is committed to providing a comfortable and relaxing environment for your experience during stay in Phuket, with all the facilities of a modern hotel, set in a location that is quiet and relaxing but not far from shopping, eating, night-life and sight-seeing. There are several local attractions and amenities:
There are speed-boat trips to Phi-Phi and other islands from operators in the bay near The Tide Beachfront Siray Phuket.
There is a Gipsea village about 10 minutes’ walk away – there you can find local Thai restaurants, serving locally caught fish, amongst other local dishes. There are also souvenir items for sale there, including Thai pearls.
Nearby on Koh Siray, you can visit Wat Siray, a typical Buddhist temple, and the Monkey Meeting Point at Siray, where you can meet up with some of the indigenous population of the island.
The Rassada Pier is a short ride from the hotel. From there, you can take a ferry to Phi-Phi or other islands.
Phuket Old Town
Phuket Old Town is the location of the rightly famous and beautiful Sino-Portuguese shop houses built using the wealth from the tin mines. Many of these shop-houses have been carefully renovated in recent years, and now house many up-market boutique shops, coffee shops and restaurants, not to mention the lively bars, some with live music, open in
the evenings. This is an essential part of any visit to Phuket. The Sunday street market in Thalang Road is of particular note. The park at Saphan Hin is a favourite Old Town location for locals where guests can join in the enjoyment of seaside promenades and other activities such as gentle communal exercises most evenings.
And a taxi-ride away is the largest shopping and entertainment mall in Phuket – Central Phuket and Central Festival. This prestigious development has two, inter-connected multi level buildings with high quality supermarkets, fashion stores, outlets for many well-known brands, gold, jewellery, a first-class food court with many exciting restaurants, as well as a multiplex cinema, showing films in English and Thai.
A little further to the south lies the largest Buddhist temple in Phuket – the Wat Chalong. This impressive complex of buildings in traditional Thai style, is a must for your visit to Phuket. Not far from the Wat Chalong, you can visit the Big Buddha statue on the top of the Phuket mountain range, with magnificent views over both the east and west coasts of the island.
Naka Night Market
For those who enjoy market shopping, you can find the immense Naka Week-end Night market. You can find all sorts of clothes, accessories and knick-knacks, as well as enjoying a wide range of delicious street food as you while away some hours in the colourful atmosphere of the market.