Phuket’s 102.75 FM
Phuket’s 102.75 FM
The Thaiger is Phuket’s newest English-speaking FM radio station. Launched in October 2016, it’s all about local news & weather updates, every 30 minutes, sprinkled with the island’s best music mix – seven days a week.
The Thaiger works with Phuket Gazette to provide you with the most up-to-date information. We have hosted programs from 7am – 7pm every day and are committed to providing the best local radio station on this magic island.
We make the noise – you listen. There are three main ways for you to listen to The Thaiger. The first is on any FM radio. Despite the many advances in listener options people still love to listen to the radio in their car. We also have FREE Apps for your smartphone. Search for The Thaiger in your App store. And, finally, right here at thethaiger.com.
Take The Thaiger with you, anywhere, anytime.
The Thaiger is the island’s most popular English-speaking radio with local news seven days a week. It’s also a news & lifestyle website portal with more than 200,000 clicks per month (Av. Jan-Jul, 2017), a Facebook page with more than 180,000 followers and a YouTube Channel with 4,600 subscribers. The island’s widest reach, the best value for your advertising spend. Send us an email now…
Our programming is much the same seven days a week. No surprises, no ‘strange’ programs, you’ll always feel familiar with The Thaiger. Features include:
People pay thousands to come to a beautiful tropical island. You’re already on one! So we’ve come up with a way for you to enjoy Phuket as a visitor. You can stay and have a quick vacation. It’s a ‘staycation’, exclusive to The Thaiger. Every week there’s a new venue and plenty of hot deals from some magnificent locations, at every price point. Enjoy a few days away, well, away from whatever you usually do. Enjoy a Phuket ‘Staycation’, you deserve it. Staycations coming soon on The Thaiger.
Thailand’s wild tiger population is listed as ‘critically endangered’. The Indochinese Tiger (Panthera tigris corbetti), the species that lives in Thailand, is thought to be down to only 600-650 animals, approx. 200-250 in Thailand, the rest spread throughout Myanmar, Vietnam, Laos and southern China. The Thaiger actively supports Save Wild Tigers (savewildtigers.org) and urges locals and tourists not to visit the local Tiger Zoos and attractions.
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+66 8 4171 7694 (from OS)
08 4171 7694 (locally)
Kathu, Phuket, 83150, Thailand