On our second day in Phuket, we headed to the beautiful Kata beach. Phuket has a number of beaches within the city, and one of the most recommended ones is Kata. I love how well they maintained the whole area despite having a lot of tourists visiting all the time. The place reminded me of the Philippines’ very own White Beach on Boracay Island, but less crowded and with more places to run around. This was also probably the highlight of my trip to Thailand because the girls and I had soooo much fun here goofing around and enjoying the awesome scenery. Plus, we had really good food for really cheap! That’s one of the things we love about Thailand! If ever you’re in Phuket, make sure to head over to Kata beach, you surely won’t regret it!
Matching Furla bags and iPhone cases while heading to our destination.
I don’t know if this is really how it is in Phuket, but all the cabs we rode while we were in the city were pretty nice vans, and they didn’t have any meters on them. Each trip had a pre-calculated price, depending on how far it was from your point of origin! We ended up spending so much on cabs because we lived at Westin Bay, which was on the other side of town!
I can already imagine my dad shaking his head at this photo! I always photobomb family pictures or save weird faces of myself and make it wallpapers on their phones, and he always says he will never understand me. Well Dad, here are two other crazies who do the exact same thing! teehee.
We grabbed lunch at OK restaurant and Ska bar. The food was really really good (especially since we were really really hungry), the staff was nothing but accommodating, and we were anything but disappointed! Look at how cute the whole set up is! All the restaurants and commercial spaces go a few meters back of the beach so it’s not cluttered and very easy to go through!
We got candy colored drinks because we couldn’t fight the pastel-loving side of us enough to get any other normal one. We had no idea what was in it, or if it tasted good, but we didn’t care! Look how pretty and picture perfect? #BloggerPriorities
We also wanted to go parasailing but they only allowed us to go one at a time, and all we wanted was to stay together and bond. So instead, we wrote our names on the sand, jumped and rolled around with the crashing waves and laughed til we couldn’t breathe anymore!
And as always, time flies like light when you’re having a blast. Before we knew it, sunset was coming and we had to pack up and head home. Of course, not before taking a few shots of the jaw dropping horizon. #JawStillOnTheFloor
Days like these are the kinds I will never forget. Kata beach, here’s to hoping we meet again!