About Phuket (HKT)
Being a largest island of Thailand, Phuket is almost 48 km in length and around 21 km wide in size. This island is located in the Southern Thailand, on the west-facing Andaman Sea shoreline. The city nestles in mild Andaman Sea waters on Thailand's Indian Ocean coastline which is almost 862 kilometres far from the south of Bangkok. Phuket enjoys a rich and colourful vibrant history that lures a large number of tourist all across the world. This island generally experiences a hot and humid climate throughout the year. Its hot season is usually considered to be started from the month of March to early May. Phuket is considered as a main melting pot of Buddhists, Thai-Chinese, Muslims and sea gypsies as well. Here, you will find majority of Muslims in the rural areas. If you are coming by plane then Phuket International Airport is located in the north of the island. It is Thailand's second largest hub as well.
There are number of frequent flights to and from Bangkok as well as some of the direct flights towards many other major airports in the region which include Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, and some of the direct charters to Europe and Australia as well. It is large island and one can easily find some form of transport to get around conveniently. Here, public transport is limited and you can take taxi and tuk-tuks to reach one place to another.
There are some of the major tourist destinations which include AC's Phuket Fishing Park, Chalong Temple, Crocodile Farm, Phuket Aquarium, Phuket Butterfly Garden and Insect World, Phuket FantaSea, Prom Thep Cape, Waterfalls and many others that attract large number of travellers from one place to another. One can do lots of interesting things here in Phuket like swimming, snorkelling, diving, yachting, jet-skiing and parasailing which are the most popular activities on the island. Some of the other common activities are Freediving, windsurfing, kite surfing, wakeboarding and deep sea fishing. There are few popular kite surfing locations such as Nai Yang in summer and Chalong Bay in winter season. Sea Canoeing is a famous and the most popular activity in the Phang Nga Bay.
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About Guwahati (GAU)
The 'City of Eastern Light' - Guwahati is the largest city in Assam and also, the whole of North-East India. The city is wedged between the mighty Brahmaputra River and the Shillong Plateau. There are many places of religious importance, shopping streets, multiplexes and museums in the city that tempt tourists for a visit. Built by Gadapani in the 17th century, Uma Nanda Temple is one of the star attractions of this city. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, this holy site lies on an island called Peacock Island in the Brahmaputra River. Tourists can take a ferry to reach this island, which also houses a Ganesh Temple. Located on top of the Neelachal Hill in the western part of the city, Kamakhya Temple is another religious site that is visited by thousands of pilgrims every year. Other important temples of the region are the Janardana Temple, Ugro Tara Temple, Bhubaneswari Temple and Navagraha Temple. Places for sightseeing are not limited to only temples. The Assam State Zoo and Botanical Garden, Regional Science Centre, Guwahati Planetarium and Assam State Museum are other exciting places that can keep tourists engaged during their stay. MakeMyTrip offers many exciting travel packages that can help tourists travel around this city without any discomfort or inconvenience.