Phuket is definitely a romantic destination; it is just up to you to be original and willing to avoid the busy places. You want a fully romantic holiday? Here are 10 ideas, some might not come cheap but we also suggest affordable alternatives.

Sala Phuket Resort on Mai Khao Beach is one of our favourite hotel in Phuket, it is really a romantic resort for couples but it does not come cheap either.

Wat Srisoonthorn sounds like any another Wat, and since there are maybe 40 of them in Phuket, you might ask what can be different about this one? (Wat is the Thai word for 'Temple').  http://www.phuket101.net/2011/01/wat-srisoonthorn-phuket-temples.html

The reclining Buddha at Srisoonthon Temple, close to Phuket International Airport.

Golden Buddha on Wat Khao Rang: http://phuket101.net/2011/04/kao-rang-temple-and-sitting-buddha.html

Wat Kao Rang and the giant golden Buddha. The sitting Buddha of Phuket of Wat Kao Rang was the original and first sitting Buddha in Phuket.

Wat Phra Thong which means 'Golden Buddha Image Temple' is a very old temple with a big legend, the kind of story that irresistibly attracts people. It's not very big or impressive, but the first thing everyone wants to see is the famous half buried golden Buddha. So what's this strange legend about?

Wat Phra Thong meaning 'Golden Buddha Image Temple' is a very old temple with an incredible legend behind, the kind of story that attracts people.

Planning to visit Phuket? Here are a compilation of all out TOP 10 Best Everything in Phuket! http://www.phuket101.net/2012/03/top-10-best-everything-of-phuket.html

My Top 10 Everything Phuket - Phuket 101

Living in Phuket for so many years has brought a lot of fun sights, and we should get used to them! But sometimes I still smile (or clench teeth) when I witness one of the following weird or strange things that are now so much part of our daily life.  http://www.phuket101.net/2011/08/12-weird-and-fun-things-in-phuket-and.html

Living in Phuket for so many years has brought a lot of fun sights but sometimes I still smile (or clench teeth) when I witness one of these.

Wat Chalong is the largest and most important temple in Phuket - http://www.phuket101.net/2011/01/wat-chalong.html

Be sure to visit Wat Chalong, 'the largest and most visited Buddhist temple in Phuket'.

After Beach Bar is apparently a modest looking place with a strong reggae identity found just passed Kata Noi Beach on the way to Nai Harn Beach. http://www.phuket101.net/2014/03/after-beach-bar-phuket.html

After Beach Bar is a popular bar with a panoramic view of Kata Noi Beach on the way to Nai Harn.

Not really big but always interesting, especially on a rainy day: Phuket Aquarium - http://phuket101.net/2011/04/phuket-aquarium.html

The Phuket Aquarium is not Siam Ocean World of Siam Paragon in Bangkok, but it is still a great place to entertain your kids on a rainy day.

Wat Chalong, the most visited temple of Phuket.   http://phuket101.net/2011/01/wat-chalong.html

Wat Chalong, or Chalong Temple, built in the century, is the most visited Buddhist temple in Phuket sheltering a splinter of bone from Buddha.

Thanks god, the tsunami never came! But it was a close call. This photo is a memorial to the tsunami victims in 2004... may they rest in peace.  http://www.phuket101.net/2011/02/phuket-tsunami-years-after-another.html

This photo from Phuket, South is titled 'Tsunami Memorial Ceremony'.

In Phuket, every hour is happy hour! Join us on Phuket101! https://www.facebook.com/phuket101

In Phuket, every hour is happy hour! Join us on Phuket101! https://www.facebook.com/phuket101

Promthep Cape at the southernmost point of Phuket island seems to be an absolutely irresistible spot for a good old-fashioned sunset photo. This landmark has always been the meeting point for a good hundred tourists, mostly Thai, to line up on the west facing coastline with cameras ready.

Promthep Cape at the southernmost point of Phuket island seems to be an absolutely irresistible spot for a good old-fashioned sunset photo.

One of the few waterfalls in Phuket, Bang Pae waterfall is not all that impressive but always attract families on weekends - http://www.phuket101.net/2010/12/bangpae-waterfall.html

Bang Pae waterfall is one of the only five known waterfalls in Phuket, but only two waterfalls are significant here: Bang Pae and Tonsai Waterfall.

Phuket Best Beaches: Which Beaches of Phuket are Best? Vote now!

Phuket Best Beaches: What are Phuket Best Beaches? Vote now!

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