Khok Kloi itself is pretty nondescript and lacks any feature to distinguish it from any other Thai town that straddles a major highway. However, it does have a lovey stretch of beach located several kilometres from the town centre, which is the attraction for tourists.
Phuket International Airport is a twenty-to-thirty-minute drive from Khok Kloi.
The town is small and so doesn't have a car taxi service. Instead, there are motorbike taxis. The drivers can be identified by their light blue vests and can be hailed in the town, though the easiest place to find one is at the town's bus station.
The beach is the main attraction. Otherwise, there is a spacious temple in the town, near the large Bangkok Bank office.
Get a traditional Thai massage at Ruen Lanna Thai Massage. The prices are extremely reasonable, and the ladies are knowledgeable and strong. You will get a wonderful deep massage.
The town has a large supermarket that is popular with tourists who stay in the nearby resorts.
- Co-Sea House Thai Food and Beverage (บ้านริมเล), 33/11 Moo 5 (opposite Akyra Beach Club), ☏ (mobile). 11AM-10PM. A family run restaurant offering authentic Thai dishes at very reasonable prices. Coffee and tea also served. Popular with travelers staying in the area.
- Bo's Cafe, 32/1-2 (When driving north on the main highway, take a right at the main junction in the town. The cafe is a few minutes drive on the right.), ☏ . A small, friendly coffee shop offering hot and cold coffee, tea, drinks and a selection of hot meals. Free Wifi. The owner speaks excellent English
[formerly dead link] Nest Villa (at the main crossroads in the town, turn left (when travelling north), the villa is a few minutes drive on right). Check-out: Noon. The only backpacker-type accommodation in the town. The rooms are pleasant and clean and have full facilities (TV, shower etc) 500 baht.
Aleenta Resort and Spa, 33 Moo 5 (Drive north from Phuket Airport, signs indicate the way to the resort. Aleenta is about a twenty minute drive), ☏ , firstname.lastname@example.org. Waterfront resort, with palm trees, beach, and glistening ocean.
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