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Baramee Hip Hotel is located at Phuket’s Patong area, the Hotel provides rooms with cable TV. The hotel offers an on-site restaurant, free parking and a free shuttle bus to Jungceylon Shopping Centre and Patong Beach.
Rooms at the Baramee Hip Hotel feature colourful furnishings. Each air-conditioned room has a balcony, minibar and en suite bathroom.
Guests can enjoy the convenience of having a tour desk for travel plans. Motorbikes and cars are available for rent.
Thai and western dishes are served at the Baramee’s restaurant. American-style breakfasts are provided.
Baramee Hip Hotel is within walking distance of Patong Beach. Located nearby are various shops, eateries and entertainment outlets.
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Children and extra beds
Accepted credit cards
- 24-Hour Front Desk
- Air Conditioning
- Baggage Storage
- Internet/Free Wifi
- Mini Bar
- Non-smoking Rooms
- Restaurant Buffet
- Swimming Pool
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Phuket nestles in balmy Andaman Sea waters on Thailand’s Indian Ocean coastline 862 kilometres south of Bangkok. Phuket formerly derived its wealth from tin and rubber, and enjoyed a rich and colourful history. The island was on one of the major trading routes between India and China, and was frequently mentioned in foreign trader’s ship logs.
In recent times, though, Phuket’s top earner has been tourism, which has transformed the island into Thailand’s wealthiest province. Expect prices to be a bit higher than on the mainland. The west coast of Phuket was hit severely by the Indian Ocean tsunami of December 2004, but almost no evidence of the damage now remains. Phuket enjoys great popularity as a travel destination. Most beaches are on the west coast, with Phuket Town to the southeast and the airport in the north.
Sports & naturephuket offers just about the clearest waters in the region, ideal for snorkelling. Fishes are plenty and easily seen. Similan Islands have been considered one of the top places in the world to snorkel. Phuket has some decent dive sites and is the centre of diving in Thailand. Most dive sites are off nearby islands, but distances are fairly short and there are dozens of dive shops and boats to cater to your needs, mostly based near Chalong Bay. The reefs around the area are in a healthy condition with both solid hard corals and colorfully soft corals. There is also an abundance of marine life. Most of the dive locations are suitable for all levels of divers but there are also some that are quite deep. Snuba diving is the safest and easiest way to try diving on holiday in Phuket. Phuket has become the sailing and yachting center of Thailand and adjacent countries, Phuket has sailing yachts of virtually every size and for all budgets on offer to explore the surrounding beautiful islands on a yacht charter. With the recent increase in Phuket's popularity as a tourist destination, the range of companies offering sailing trips and boat charters have increased as well. It is no exaggeration to note that Phuket is now one of the most popular spa destinations in the world, home to secret oasis of comfort and pleasure that are difficult to leave when the time comes. Everything is available here for those into the spa and wellness scene, be it a one-hour massage down the street for 600 Rupees or US$10 Swimming, snorkelling, diving, yachting, jet-skiing and parasailing are the most popular activities on the island. Other activities include Freediving, windsurfing, kite surfing, wakeboarding and deep sea fishing.
Nightlife infoPhuket has everything that you would ask for a Nightlife, Go Go bars, Girls Bars, Beer Bars, Sports Bars, lounge bars, Disco, Cabaret, Occupy your time drinking, flirting with the local Thai’s, playing bar games and watching the various sights. If you find someone you are interested in, you can often take them out on the town
Culture and history infoPhuket is a melting pot of indigenous Thais, Thai-Chinese, ethnic Malays and even sea gypsies. The majority of the population in the rural areas is Muslim. Outside of the provincial town, the rural folk speak with a thick Southern dialect which is difficult for even other Thais to understand. The provincial town’s economy having boomed over the past decade has led to a lot of the youngsters leading similar lives to those in Bangkok. Altogether, the lifestyle of the urban Sino-Thais in Phuket resembles that of their counterparts in Bangkok.