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Modern Sea View Villa – Patong Hill – Phuket

Airport: 30 minutes (driving time)
Beach: 10 min (driving time)
Loch Palm Golf Course: 15 min (driving time)
Gym: 5 minutes (driving time)
Supermarket: 5 minutes (driving time)
International Shopping Center: 10 min (driving time)
Restaurant: 5 Minute walk
Local Bar: 5 Minute walk


• The original and largest tourist area.
• Lots of restaurants and bars to choose from.
• Long sandy beach
• Shopping Complexes plus many small outlets mainly tourist orientated.
• Property is mixed with quite a few condominiums and hillside villas with excellent views
• Best nightlife on the island
• Most expensive land prices on Phuket
• One of the advantages of owning hillside property here are the amazing views within a few minutes of everything you need

Must dos in Patong

Haggle with the street vendors
Dinner at the 9th Floor overlooking Patong
Dance the night away in Famous and seduction
Walk down Bangla Road and see the other side of Phuket
Coffee at Starbucks on the Beach Road and watch the world walk by
Take a trip to Simon Cabaret


The 9th Floor
Baan Rim Pa
Da Maurizio
Joe's Downstairs
Irish Times
Brush - Kalim
White Box - Kalim


Bangkok International Clinic
124/6 Soi Patong Beach Hotel
Thaweewong Rd
Patong, A. Kathu
Tel: 076 344 699
Open daily 10.00am - 10.00pm

Wattana International Clinic
78/7 Soi Wattana Clinic Thaweewong Road
Patong Phuket, 83151 Thailand
Phone: (66) 076 340690,341344 Fax: (66) 076 341178
Contact Person: Dr. Wattana
E-mail: info@wattanaclinic.com
Open Daily 8.30 - 22.00


The nearest hospital is in Patong but it is advised to try to get to Phuket International Hospital or the Bangkok Phuket Hospital if possible.

Patong Hospital
Sawatdirak Road, Patong Beach, Phuket
Tel: +66 (0)76 344225 - 340617 For EMERGENCIES call +66 (0)76 340444
Email: patonghospital@hotmail.com
Website: www.patonghospital.com

Phuket International Hospital
Tel: +66 (0)7 624 9400, +66 (0)7 621 0936
Email: info@www.phuketinternationalhospital.com
Website: www.phuketinternationalhospital.com

Bangkok Phuket Hospital, Phuket City
Tel: +66 076 254421
Email: info@phukethospital.com
Website: www.phukethospital.com

Police Station

Patong Tel. +66(0) 76 342719, +66(0) 76 342721

Phuket Tourist Police
Tel. +66(0) 76 355015, +66(0) 76 254693
100/31-32 Bypass Road,
Tambol Rasada, Muang,
Phuket 83000


Child Development Center Kamala Phuket
Telephone: +66 (0)76385098
Kata Kids Day Care
Telephone: +66 (00 76284206

British International School – located in Koh Kaew

QSI International School of Phuket – located in Kathu

HeadStart International School Phuket – located near Central Festival in Vichit

Kajonkiet International School is located in Kathu

For a full list of schools in Phuket, please refer to our Infrastructure Page


Big C–Jungceylon Patong
The Deli Supermarket – Patong Rat U Thit road

Golf Courses

Loch Palm – Kathu
The Red Mountain Golf Club
Phuket Country Club

Post Office

Patong – Rat-U- Thit Road,
Patong Beach, Kathu, Phuket, 83150
Tel: 076 345782
Time zone: GMT + 7 hours Language: Thai Voltage: 220/240 volt

International Dialing code (into Phuket): +66 International Dialing code (from Phuket): 001

Currency Information

The official currency is the Thai Baht (THB).
Coins: 1 THB, 2 THB, 5 THB, 10 THB Notes: 20 THB, 50 THB, 100 THB, 500 THB, 1,000 THB

Exchange and Banking

Although travelers cheques are accepted in major cities, Phuket is a more rural area and so we suggest visiting a bank to exchange these for Thai Baht. Major credit cards are accepted here in large outlets, selected restaurants and some tour companies. It is suggested that cash is used for everyday purchases. ATM access is widespread so making cash withdrawals from your home bank account is convenient. If you wish to exchange notes, do so only at authorized outlets such as banks and hotels, and exchange only what you think you will spend. Please note that coins cannot be reconverted on departure. It is also recommended that you save all receipts from any currency exchange transaction as they may be required if you intend to reconvert Thai Baht.

As most villas are all privately owned homes, we do not have the facilities to accept credit cards.

Tipping advice

Tips in high-end restaurants and hotels are usually added on at 10% – 15% of the bill. However, it is often a subject of controversy whether this amount actually goes to the waiter or not, therefore it is your choice whether to leave an additional tip. Tips in more local restaurants are usually not included on the bill, so it is recommended that a 10% tip is left if you are happy with the service you received.

It is customary to tip the housekeeper, cook and driver on departure, this is greatly appreciated, but completely at your discretion. If you wish to leave a tip please do so directly to the member of staff.

Arrival and Departure formalities

Travel documents are your responsibility. In general you should have a both a signed, valid passport that will remain valid for at least 6 months beyond the completion of your trip. Your passport must have enough blank pages available for entry and exit stamps issued when entering and exiting immigration and a visa. Visas are issued on arrival for tourists, from most countries, wishing to stay in Phuket for a maximum of 30 days. However, if you wish to stay for longer than this please contact the immigration office in Phuket Town for an extension. It is advised that you check the specific visa requirements pertinent to your own country of residence prior to travelling, as some countries differ from this rule.

On arrival in Phuket if the accommodation you have chosen includes airport transfers, you will be met by one of our drivers displaying a CyanSiam sign unless we advise you otherwise.


Domestic power in Thailand is 220 volts AC at 50 hertz (220V/50Hz).

Tourist Police Tips for a safe holiday

Keep cash, credit cards & valuables in the villa safe.
Never accept drinks or food of any kind from strangers.
Keep your passport, cash and valuables on your person when sleeping in a bus,
Before renting cars, motorbikes or Jet skis, list any damage on the rental agreement and sign.
Never give the original of your passport as guarantee to a vehicle renter.
Use only ATM machines in malls and at banks.
When going out at night, only take the cash and valuables you need.
When going on a Tour, chose well known reputable companies.

For more information please look at our Phuket Info Page