Hotels in Thalang, Thailand - your base to discover the city.
Thalang HotelsThe oily sunsets that bathe the white beaches with soft red light set the tone for a stay in Phuket's island's Thalang district - a place to unwind surrounded by idyllic beauty. Dip your toe into some of the island's best nightlife, by visiting the south of the district, or escape the noise and swim in the secret lagoons and deserted turquoise waters of the peaceful beaches in Thalang's north. You’ll quickly get used to the iced tang of mango and lime infused cocktails, the flaky fish that's flavoured with lemongrass and coconut, and the gentle Thai massages that you can enjoy on the beaches, during your stay on this intoxicating island paradise. Things to seeCoconuts lie free from their trees behind Nai Yang Beach, where the gentle waves of the Indian Ocean undulate against the soft white sand. Drag yourself away from the shore to instantly cool off, while torpedoing through the tight bends of a rapid water slide, or by drenching yourself beneath the water that falls from a dragon’s mouth at the Splash Jungle Waterpark. If you want to see the white plume of a real waterfall, however, head into the jungle, and follow your ears to the roar of Bang Pae Waterfalls. Admire the tumbling water, sparkling in the sun, before discovering your inner ape at the Gibbon Rehabilitation Project. You’ll hear the screeches and screams of gibbons for miles around, but get closer, and you’ll find their more subtle coos and calls surprisingly soothing. Watch as the gibbons swing happily through the trees and vines, before enjoying a chat with the workers who care passionately for them, and work tirelessly to prepare the animals for life in the wild.Hotels in ThalangDazzling hotels line the coast of the district, and whether you dream of making lazy arcs with golf clubs, or feeling skilled fingers rubbing gentle circles into your back muscles in sumptuous spas, the hotels in Thalang won’t disappoint. Relocate straight to a glowing stretch of private beach, just 5 minutes after waking, or spend your afternoon hopping across the stepping stones of your hotel’s lake-like infinity pool, to refill your drinks at the bar. Many cheaper options are also available, and you can still enjoy modern rooms, with WiFi, international television, and silky smooth bedding that’s romantically sprinkled with rose petals. Where to stayYou’re spoilt for choice on this sparkling gem of an island, but if you want to scuba dive, Kamala is one of the best places to stay. Swim in an underwater universe, with just streamlined turtles, veiny corals and seabed scanning reefsharks for company. Kamala is a peaceful refuge, but Nai Thon takes it to another level - offering deserted slivers of seaside paradise, and hidden coves that seem to exist just for you. At night, seek out the area’s rustic wooden restaurants, where you can taste succulent spiced prawns, or Yum Pla Dook Foo - delicious fried catfish, hooked just offshore. For somewhere livelier, Patong, is the place to enjoy moon-lit beach parties, and riotous bars and clubs that shake with music and dancing all night long. How to get to ThalangThe easiest way to access Thalang is to fly into Phuket International Airport. Planes land here from right across the world, and you’ll feel your heart leaping with excitement, as you get your first glimpse of Phuket’s glowing beaches from above. Phuket is linked to the mainland by bridge, so you can catch a bus directly to Bangkok, if you want to see a little more of the country during your stay. The journey does take upwards of 10 hours by road, however.