A huge choice of children’s activities makes Phuket a brilliant family holiday destination. Many of Travelalot Australia’s partnered resort properties cater for kids, with terrific pools and activities on site. Kids of all ages will also love the beach, boating tours, and snorkelling spots like Banana Beach and Laem Singh Beach.
With kids over four, try Zorbing at Rollerball – two passengers roll down a long grassy slope in a soft plastic sphere. Close to Patong Beach.
Learn circus arts from the professionals at Mid Air Circus Academy. They have classes in aerial arts, including flying trapeze. For kids over four. The academy is centrally located at the British International School at Koh Kaew.
Kids will love Dino Park Mini Golf, near Karon Beach, where they can putt among dinosaurs.
Splash Jungle is a waterpark with some great slides and several pools, catering for all ages from babies up. It’s near the airport, about an hour from Patong Beach.
Charge up your camera for all the funny photos your family will take at Phuket Trick Eye Museum in Phuket Town. It’s a gallery of 100 interactive 3-D paintings that makes for some great poses. The Upside Down House also offers family photo fun, plus a garden maze for the kids to explore.
The Kids Club in the Kee Resort Shopping Plaza, is a super charged indoor playground and entertainment centre for kids. The centre has slides, a climbing wall, a cooking class and plenty more to wear the kids out. One of the club’s nannies will take care of them for you for an extra fee.
Talk to the animals – children’s activities on Phuket
The Phuket Horse Club offers horse and pony riding, as well as lessons for kids from beginners up. The club is about half an hour from Patong toward the airport.
Families who love animals love the Phuket Bird Park, which has over 1000 birds of 100 different species in a 12 acre park. The park is just outside Phuket town, and runs feeding sessions and shows.
Finally, find Nemo at Phuket Aquarium! It has a touch pool, an aquaculture nursery, turtle ponds and an underwater tunnel. Located at Cape Panwa.