➤ After breakfast proceed to explore the Most popular destination in Phuket, Patong. The best things to do in Patong is to start from the very famous Bangla Road. The resort town is mostly renowned for its 3-km-long beach and for its tremendous and often hectic nightlife, but there are also a good number of natural and manmade attractions and sites that add to Patong’s appeal. Discover these top 10 attractions below: -
➤  Bangla Road: Patong's liveliest party zone. No visit to Phuket is truly complete without at least taking a look. Famous for its extreme nightlife, Soi Bangla offers an incredible entertainment area filled with drinks and music that increases in volume as the moon rises.
➤  Jungceylon Shopping Mall: Diagonally opposite the famous Bangla Road and is almost a city in itself. The 2 main stores in the shopping complex are Robinson – a gleaming, well-lit, upper-end department store – and the Big C supermarket.
➤  Simon Cabaret Show: Of the many big shows to see around Phuket, Simon Cabaret is ranked among the very best. The plush theatre on the road leading towards Karon is home to nightly 70-minute performances of a remarkable extravaganza, which features huge song and dance routines, comedy acts, soundalikes and more, with influences from around the world.
➤  Freedom Beach: A 300-metre-long strip of white sand on Phuket’s west coast that’s dotted with granite rocks and surrounded by hills covered by thick and luxuriant jungle. Essentially, Freedom Beach’s exclusivity comes from the simple fact that it's rather difficult to access, although things are getting a bit better nowadays.
➤  Paradise Beach: One of the most stunningly beautiful beaches in Patong. It’s one of the most attractive of the many wonderful beaches Phuket has to offer. Being in a small cove on the side of Patong Bay, protected from the waves of the Indian Ocean, the beach offers safe swimming all year round. It's compact and has great views right across Patong Bay.
➤  Spas and massages: In Patong they come in a wide array of styles and budget ranges. That's why picking a place to get a massage in Patong seems like an almost impossible task.
➤  Surf House Patong Beach: Just over the road from the Immigration office and the famous sandy Patong Beach. It’s a fun ‘flow-riding’ facility where you can learn to surf in a safe and controlled environment.
➤  Flying Hanuman: Offers you a chance to discover Phuket's rainforest canopy from a really special angle. It's a unique experience as you’ll never see exactly the same scenario, even if you return many times. According to the time of year or the time of day, the forest's colors and atmosphere changes. This fun and family-friendly adventure lets you get right up close with nature in a way that no usual forest trek could ever match.
➤  Patong Boxing Stadium: Patong is a great place to see live Muay Thai matches. It has 2 stadiums – Patong Boxing Stadium Sainamyen and Bangla Boxing Stadium. Between the 2 venues, Patong Boxing Stadium is considered to be more ‘real’. Matches are usually held every Monday, Thursday and Saturday nights. It isn’t so much about the show and more about champions of their craft going head-to-head at the center of a lively and excited crowd.
➤  Kathu Waterfall: A popular weekend spot for locals to chill out among nature at. The waterfall consists of a series of pools that are sometimes gushing with rainwater, though they can also be little more than a trickle, depending on the season. The best time to go is usually between June and November when there’s plenty of monsoon water, but it’s advisable not to go when it’s actually raining as things can get rather slippery underfoot.
➤ Thereafter transferred to airport for your onward journey.