Flights from Adelaide to Phuket

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Route information for flights from Adelaide to Phuket

Cheapest return price for the current month from $1,210*
Cheapest return price over next 6 months from $776*
Cheapest month May 2024
Most expensive month May 2024
Average flight time 10h 15m

Phuket Guide

Phuket is one of the southern provinces of Thailand. The climate is tropical so you can enjoy the sun every day. 

Phuket has great beaches with white sand and crystal-clear water.

You can surf, scuba dive or just enjoy on the beach and get your tan. And, you will experience a variety of food and culture since Phuket consists of 32 different islands. Every island is different but you can easily reach them since there are a lot of affordable airfares to Phuket from Adelaide.

There are a lot of things that you can enjoy in Phuket, and sometimes it will be hard to choose which one you want to visit first. Webjet can help you find cheap flights from Adelaide to Phuket so you can come back to Phuket anytime.


Things to do in Phuket

Big Buddha

This is one of the most important landmarks and it is located between Kata and Chalong. The monument was built in 2004 and it is layered with Burmese white jade marble and it is 45 meters tall. You should just bear in mind that you should wear something more conservative since this is a religious site. Also, you can always ask for a sarong to cover up with. Traveling from Adelaide to Phuket just to visit this breathtaking place is worth every effort.

Bangla Road

Bangla road is a unique experience since, by day, this is just a regular street. But when the night falls this place comes to life and becomes a festival. You can find many bars, restaurants, and clubs in this street, and they all compete for customers. You can also see many street performers and you will have to avoid a lot of street salesmen. If you are looking for fun, Bangla Road is the best place to go.

Dolphins Bay

This is a unique place where you can enjoy looking at dolphins up-close. This is the only dolphinarium in Phuket. You can enjoy a close encounter with these smart animals during the Royal Swim and Diving interactions, for just AUD 25.

Best time to visit Phuket

When is the best time to visit Phuket?

Weather in Phuket can vary greatly. The main tourist season starts in November and lasts until February. During that time the weather is most comfortable, but it can be very crowded. So, if you plan to visit Phuket during this period make sure you reserve your Adelaide to Phuket tickets on time.

On the other hand, if you want to enjoy Phuket when it is less crowded and save some money, consider visiting it from Mid-May to October. During this time, it is easy to find cheap flights from Adelaide to Phuket. You can save even more by using Webjet since they offer various discounts. Also, if you are looking for return flights to Phuket from Adelaide, Webjet can provide you with information and discounts for them as well.


Departing from Adelaide Airport

Adelaide Airport (ADL) is located around 6km from the city centre, near West Beach. 19 different airlines use Adelaide Airport as hub to transport several million passengers, domestically and internationally, each year. Since it is the 5th busiest airport in Australia, you can expect good, reliable services.

Getting to Adelaide airport

There are many different options for getting to the Adelaide Airport. If you are looking for public transport, you can use Jet Bus or Jet Express services provided by Adelaide Metro. Both of them use Metroticket services and you can buy your ticket from the bus drivers.

Taxi is also a very convenient way to get to the Adelaide Airport. There are many different additional options offered, from baby capsules to maxi taxis for larger groups. A taxi ride from the city centre to the airport will cost you about AUD 25.


Parking options at Adelaide Airport

All Adelaide Airport official car parking has easy access to the terminal. There are many different parking options offered, and you can book them online. The terminal car park is a multi-level parking space that is located very close to the terminal. It has a direct undercover access to the terminal via the link bridge on level 2. The Adelaide Airport also offers long-term car parking. The parking space is located just 10 minutes from the terminal, by foot.


Which International Terminal will your flights to Phuket depart from?

Most ADL to HKT flights depart from the Terminal 1. Terminal 1 is located on level 2 and you have easy access to it from the parking area. If you are booking return flights to Phuket from Adelaide, you will be in long-term parking and you can use the shuttle bus to get to terminal 1.


Arriving at Phuket Airport

Phuket Airport (HKT) is the second busiest airport in Thailand. It’s also an international airport, so it’s pretty crowded. The airport is located 32 kilometres from the centre of Phuket city. The airport has 3 terminals. Since you are traveling from Adelaide to Phuket you will arrive at Terminal 2.


Getting from Phuket Airport to your hotel

You can use the public taxi service to get to your hotel from the airport. The trip to your hotel can take between 30 and 60 minutes. The average price of a taxi ride is around AUD 20. If you have a lot of luggage you should use a minibus or limousine service. They have fixed prices and you can check them at the airport.