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Where to stay near Karon Beach

Exploring Karon Beach

Karon is located between Patong and Kata, and it is one of the top holiday destinations in Phuket. The beach offers excellent snorkelling spots and its long length allows for sunbathers to relax without ever feeling crowded. Karon offers everything from top-notch resorts, restaurants, shopping and a thrilling nightlife.

Accommodation near Karon Beach

Huge resorts adorn the west coast of the island overlooking the beaches. On the other areas, there are many options available for tourists from beachside luxury and boutique hotels with their own pool, to hotels offering basic and moderate amenities. There are a few guesthouses and beach bungalows on the Island for a down-to-earth, chilled-out stay. Recommended accommodation include the Moevenpick Resort & Spa Karon Beach Phuket, Hilton Phuket Arcadia Resort & Spa and Centara Grand Beach Resort Phuket.

Sightseeing near Karon Beach

One of the centers of life and activity is located in Karon Center. The Wat Karon is located here, and features monk's dormitories, a prayer hall and a large kitchen where food is prepared for attendants of religious ceremonies. The temples in Thai villages are viewed as community centers, and you will find that many senior people like to come here in the afternoon to enjoy spending time together and relax. Twice a week, Wat Karon also becomes the host of Karon Market, where visitors can find products and local food.

Transportation near Karon Beach

Taxis are widespread across the island and offer the most convenient means of getting around, but visitors also have the option of hiring their own car and exploring the coastline. Motorbikes are available for rent from guesthouses and from local rental agencies. Locals get around using large minibuses on fixed routes.