FX Resort Patong Beach is the ultimate destination for a relaxing holiday.
This chic and stylishly – designed hotel is strategically located at the heart of Patong Beach and is near the hustle and bustle of the shopping and entertainment belt. It is situated within 10 minutes’ walking distance to the beach and is only 45 minutes to Phuket International Airport. This hotel features 129 spacious guestrooms, well-equipped with in-room amenities and services to ensure a most comfortable and enjoyable stay.
The all-day menu features traditional Thai and
International cuisine, Colorful and casual surroundings
with impeccable service by friendly staff awaits you at
Kris Café. Tuck in for a great dining experience.
The hotel's pool on the ground floor makes a great place to chill with a good read. Guests can also enjoy a
suntan by the poolside. The more energetic can take advantage of the Fitness room which is located on the 2nd Floor.
Located 867 kilometres south of Bangkok, Phuket is Thailand’s largest island shaped like an irregular pearl and measuring approximately 21 kilometres long. Connected to the mainland by a causeway, it has a coastline fringed with white sandy beaches and quiet coves, bathed by the clear blue waters of the Andaman Sea and set against a backdrop of green hills, coconut groves and rubber plantations.
A few kilometres inland from Ao Chalong,
the temple enshrines statues of Phuket’s
two most revered monks: Luang Pho
Chaem and Luang Pho Chuang.
The southernmost point of Phuket is
the perfect place where picturesque
sunsets are seen.
Hat Karon & Kata
Both beaches are impressive, peaceful and eminently suitable for swimming, snorkelling, windsurfing and sunbathing.
Phuket’s most developed beach offers
numerous leisure, sporting, shopping
and recreational options along its
3-kilometre crescent bay. In addition
to its daytime attractions, Patong is
also known for its vibrant nightlife
among which seafood restaurants
Thalang National Museum
Located near the Two Heroines
Monument, the museum contains a
collection of exhibitsof ancient
artifacts and other materials
illustrating life in old Phuket.
Jungceylon Shopping Centre
“Jungceylon” was a name for Phuket used back in 1511 when it was a fertile and prosperous port town embraced by the Andaman Sea. The name is now being used again for the Jungceylon project, a world class shopping and entertainment destination that will revive Phuket’s great history and reputation and make it known around the world.