Royal Phuket Marina, PhuketCurrently Open
- Address: Thepkasattri Rd, T. Kohkaew, A. Muang, Phuket 83200, Thailand
- Timings: 11:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
- Phone: +66-76360811
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Family And Kids, Architecture
About Royal Phuket Marina, Phuket
Apparently it cost US$25 million to build this upscale marina of 350 berths for boats on Phuket’s eastern seaboard. And every cent shows luxury waterfront villas, gourmet markets, upscale bars and restaurants and an exclusive beach club overlook waters parked with the most glamorous of yachts and private vessels. The whole place is a brilliant fusion of Thai-style architecture and Mediterranean-style layouts. This is the only such neighbourhood in the entire island so far. And unless you’re part of the elite, most of what you’ll be doing is spend time drooling at the boats and people-watching. Time well spent.
How To reach Royal Phuket Marina by Public Transport
- By Car
- Take a taxi or a tuk-tuk from Phuket town.
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Royal Phuket Marina, Phuket Reviews
Excellent service at a very nice Marina. Be sure and come in at high tide the max depth seems to be about two and a half meters. They are dredging the channel but it is still quite shallow. The showers and rest rooms are very nice as is the bar and restaurant.
Staff here are very nice and friendly. The shops available here are little expensive compared to local market but not very expensive. You can get many speed boat companies here. They take you for ride tour as per your packages.
This is a very chic location from where you can take many excursions to the nearby islands. There are many facilities and the place is very neat. It's a great starting point for an awesome day in the sea.
As a launching spot for some of the island tour operators, it was efficiently run and lived up to promise insofar as a safe and well-run tour-boat launch spot. It is not much of a tourist spot to browse, however, since, apart from the marina scenery, there is not much else to do unless you are launching a sea vessel. It served our purpose well, though, in that it was where we launched and docked.
Well it is a busy marina from which we took our speed boat to visit the islands. It has everything from toilets to chops and free wifi as well as coffee and tea.