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Phuket in April
Written by Shrinidhi H on May 13, 2022 Share on

Phuket in April – Weather, Top Attractions, Things to Carry and Famous Festivals

Phuket offers you everything from romance, attractiveness, adventure, tourist attractions, and some of the best food you’ll ever taste! Phuket can be your dream vacation spot. The island’s popularity can be attributed to its magnificent sugary white sand, tree-fringed beaches, and incredible crystal-clear green seas of the Andaman Sea. We’ve compiled the top 3 attractions that you can visit in Phuket in April, weather, things to carry and popular festivals in Phuket. 

Weather in Phuket in April

Due to the tropical monsoon climate of the island, it is hot and humid all year round. Phuket in April has the highest temperatures of the year. The average temperature is 29.5 degrees Celsius, the maximum temperature is 33 degrees Celsius, and the humidity is 71%, so it just feels hot. But it’s all hot and not scorching, as the wind makes little rain from the Indian Ocean. 

Phuket in April
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The average rainfall is about 162.6 mm and is recorded on up to 50% of the month, usually in the afternoons and evenings. The seawater will be calm, with an average temperature of 30 degrees Celsius. There won’t be any unusual and gentle breeze that blows from the west. The tropical climate of Phuket is in extreme contrast to the winter temperatures of Europe and the United Kingdom, so most tourists like to visit the white sand islands during this time.


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Places to Visit in Phuket in April

1. Karon Viewpoint

Just south of Katanoi Beach, this astonishing hill offers stunning views of Phuket’s three most beautiful beaches, Katanoi, Katayai and Karon Beach. From the observatory, you can look north to one of the island’s most famous views. There are a few things that make this island so beautiful, such as emerald green hills, blue waters and white waves. You can drive southwest along the dead-end in front of Katanoi Beach to reach the point of view towards the southern tip of the island. 

Karon viewpoint
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Also Read: Karon Beach in Phuket, Thailand

2. Phuket Trickeye Museum

The Phuket Trick Eye Museum is a great option to visit on your Phuket tour package for couple, especially if you are looking for a place to visit indoors on a hot day. You can even add crazy vacation photos and share them with your friends and family at home. 

In this 3D interactive art gallery, you will appear to be part of over 95 Trompe-l’oeil style paintings created by wise Korean artists. Jump on a tightrope, touch an ET, climb a wall with Spider-Man, or take part in a famous masterpiece. So, this place is a great place to get together with the whole family. 

Also Read: Shopping In Phuket: A Complete Guide to Places to Shop in Phuket

3. Kata Beach

Kata Beach, bordered by sand and palm trees, is a beautiful vast bay surrounded by lush hills on both ends. Still a tourist spot, but quieter than Patong Beach, where there are few hawkers. A small island offshore,  the beach itself is wide, with soft white sands and decent snorkelling spots on either side. 

Kata beach
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If you’re hungry, you can have a papaya shake or a light meal at the beachfront stalls. Large restaurants are within walking distance. At the southern end of the beach, there is Boathouse Phuket, a luxury boutique hotel, and one of the few resorts on the beach. If you want a quieter coastline, head south to the adjacent Kata Noi Beach.

Also Read: 3 Best Beaches in Thailand to Visit for its Mesmerising Coastline

Famous Festivals in Phuket in April

1. Phuket Bike Week

Asia’s largest motorcycle event takes place every year in mid-April. Six-day activities typically feature major bike shows, the “Ride for Peace” bike parade, custom bike and tattoo contests, live music and entertainment, Miss Phuket Bike Week contests, motorcycle accessories and apparel stores sold by domestic and overseas vendors.

2. Songkrang

Thai New Year is a three-day holiday, but celebrations often last for a week. Most office buildings, banks, and many family-owned shops and restaurants will be completely closed during Songkran, but major shopping malls will normally remain open. You’ll see young people roaming the streets with high-pressure water guns and standing by the side of the road with buckets and hoses ready to soak passers-by. Tourists are a common target. If you go on an adventure during this time, be prepared to protect your phone, wallet, etc. Water guns are sold everywhere and tourists of all ages are encouraged to participate.

Songkran festival
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Also Read: Indulge in a water-battle during Songkran Festival in Chiang Mai

3. Chakri Day

Held on April 6, this festival celebrates the beginning of the Chakri Dynasty, from which the current royal dynasty descends. Banks, schools, and government offices are all closed, but the majority of other businesses functions. Around the statues of all previous Chakri kings, traditional ceremonies will be held.

Things to carry to Phuket in April


1. Have a good sunscreen to protect yourself from the scorching rays of the sun. 

2. Insect repellent at night. 

3. Bring a water bottle and go out in this weather. 

Things to carry to Phuket in April
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Clothing and Accessories: 

  1. When travelling to Phuket, the first thing to pack is a swimsuit! With 30 beaches, there are plenty of options to enjoy your swimwear comfortably. 

2. Hats and bandanas! Walking around Phuket in the hot April sun does not mean that your style is compromised. In this way, you can enjoy your time in Phuket comfortably.

Also Read: Phuket in March – A comprehensive guide for extraordinary vacation!

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is the best thing to buy in Phuket? 

Some of the best things to buy when shopping in Phuket are handicrafts, spa products, tie-dye, soap flowers, Thai silk and antiques. 

2. What can’t be missed in Phuket?  

All the famous and wonderful places in Phuket should not be missed by travellers. Phi Phi Island is one of Phuket’s most picturesque spots. You can arrange for a day or two trip to this island.

3. How much does it cost to live in Phuket? 

Spending in Phuket may vary from place to place. It depends on what type of area you have chosen for your stay.

4. Which is better, Maldives or Phuket?

Phuket and Maldives are unmatched in terms of the experience they offer. The Maldives is a more archipelago because it offers more ocean and relaxing spots for couples and families.  Phuket offers more than that, but there are a few more cultural aspects to explore as a crucible destination.


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You won’t be stuck anywhere you don’t like if you visit Phuket’s magnificent attractions mentioned above. Phuket has something for everyone, whether you’re searching for a noisy and lively setting, a high-end luxury experience, or a tranquil seaside hideaway. Customize your Thailand itinerary with Pickyourtrail and book Phuket packages or Phuket honeymoon packages at the lowest price! Visit the Pickyourtrail website for more information.

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