Thailand's tourism service industry is worth mentioning. The Royal Wharf Hou Ship District offers free tea, coffee biscuits, seasickness medicine and six kinds of ground coffee. Free drinks, mineral water, watermelon and pineapple are provided on board, free buffet lunch is provided on the island, every bathroom is very clean, and every yacht is equipped with a snorkeling deepwater pier, which is so rich and perfect. It's just 340 RMB per person for a day's tour, which is worth a lot of money. It's just real socialism. The boat owners are friendly and diligent, and they serve well. There's no slaughter at all. Tipping is also voluntary. When they come back to sea, the service staff at the dock handed out a wet towel to each guest, which is very considerate. It's a worry-free consumption.
From Phuket Island to Pipi Island, the pier is located in the southeast of Phuket Town. There are many berthing boats at the pier. There are many routes to the surrounding islands and many tourists, but the order is good. The staff have a little knowledge of noon, generally in English, and the service is very careful.
Royal Phuket Wharf is one of the largest wharfs on Phuket Island. It is just on the east coast of Phuket Island. There are many cruise boats everyday. Many day tourists go to Pippi Island, an island outside Phuket Island in the Smilan Islands, and the surrounding environment is good.
Royal Phuket Marina is the wharf for many Phuket ships. There are snacks and drinks in the waiting area of the wharf. But it is worth noting that snorkeling shoes and mobile phone waterproof sleeves sold at the wharf are generally more expensive than those on Phuket Island and other outlying islands.
ROYAL PHUKET MARINA (Phuket Royal Wharf) is Phuket's best wharf. Phuket's private yacht is basically moored at this wharf. After entering, it is like a golf course. The palm trees on both sides are beautiful. Today is the last day of Phuket International Yacht Fair. Trip2 Phuket brings you live reports.