• Phuket City travel guide

    Phuket City Tourism .

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  • Phuket International Airport

    Phuket International Airport, International Terminal, Sakhu, Thalang District, Phuket 83110, Thailand .

    Phuket International Airport

  • Phuket Bus Station

    Phuket Bus Terminal 2, Ratsada, Mueang Phuket District, Phuket 83000, Thailand .

    Phuket Bus Station

  • Leam Promthep

    Promphet Cape, Rawai, Mueang Phuket District, Phuket 83100, Thailand .

    Promthep Cape seems to be an irresistible spot for a good old sunset photo at the very south of Phuket island.

    This landmark has always been a daily meeting point for hundreds of tourists, mostly Thai, to line up with a camera, facing west.

  • Phuket Old Town

    Phuket Old Town, Mueang Phuket District, Phuket, Thailand .

    Lively Phuket Old Town is known for brightly painted, century-old Sino-Portuguese townhouses, with a well-preserved row along Soi Rommanee. Main street Thalang Road has stores selling artisanal ice cream and batik fabrics and a Sunday market for souvenirs and fabulous street food. The Thai Hua Museum features exhibits on Chinese immigrant culture, and Jui Tui Shrine displays colorful statues of Chinese gods.

    Phuket Old Town is a 30 minute taxi ride from the resort.

  • Wat Chalong

    Wat Chalong, Chao Fah Tawan Tok Road, Chalong, Mueang Phuket District, Phuket, Thailand .

    The most important of the 29 buddhist temples of Phuket is Wat Chalong (Thai: วัดฉลอง) or formally Wat Chaiyathararam (Thai: วัดไชยธาราราม), located in the Chalong Subdistrict, Mueang Phuket District. It is dedicated to two highly venerable monks, Luang Pho Chaem (หลวงพ่อแช่ม) and Luang Pho Chuang (หลวงพ่อช่วง), who led the citizens of Chalong Subdistrict fighting against the Chinese rebellion in 1876 and with their knowledge of herbal medicine helped the injured.

    The large market at Wat Chalong extends into the grounds of the temple and features amplified pop music and Thai-fighting advertisements.

    The temple sells trinkets to visitors and the monks assist by storing boxes of items in their main prayer hall.

  • Wat Phra Nang Sang

    Wat Phra Nang Sang, ถนนนํ้าตกโตนใทร Thep Krasatti, Thalang District, Phuket, Thailand .

    Wat Phra Nang Sang was built more than 500 years ago and therefore is the oldest Thai temple in Phuket. This unusual temple was built when Cherngtalay in Thalang was the main city of Phuket Island. Wat Phra Nang Sang is a bit quirky and seems to be permanently under construction. As long as I have lived in Phuket there always have been unfinished buildings and no one working on them.

  • Phuket Big Buddha

    Big Buddha Phuket, ยอดเขานาคเกิด Karon, Mueang Phuket District, Phuket, Thailand .

    Phuket Big Buddha, or The Great Buddha of Phuket, is a seated Maravija Buddha statue in Phuket, Thailand.

    Sitting atop Nakkerd Hill near Chalong, construction began in 2004. Expansion of the base was ongoing as of 2015. By 2017, 80 percent of the project had been completed.

    It is the third-tallest statue in Thailand behind only the Great Buddha of Thailand and Luangpho Yai.

    The Buddha statue depicts Gautama in a sitting position (Maravichai) and is 45 metres (148 feet) tall and 25.45 metres (83.5 feet) wide. It is made of concrete and covered with Burmese white marble.

    Facing towards Ao Chalong Bay the statue is the main Buddha of the Wat Kitthi Sankaram temple (Wat Kata). The statue was declared the "Buddhist Treasure of Phuket" by Somdet Phra Yanasangwon, the Supreme Patriarch of Thailand, in 2008.

  • Boat Avenue

    Villa Market - Boat Avenue Phuket (Laguna), Bandon-Cherngtalay Rd Cherngtalay Phuket Thailand .

    It's worth a visit to Boat Avenue, a premier lifestyle destination with local and international stores and beauty outlets located in Cherng Talay, Phuket. And it's right on your doorstep.

    Covering an area of 30,000 square metres, the complex contains dozens of fashion boutiques and eateries, as well as a large Villa Supermarket and a weekly night market well worth a visit on Friday evenings. With a contemporary style and plenty of car parking space, it's one of the more popular shopping areas in Phuket.

  • Porto de Phuket

    Porto de Phuket Choeng Thale, Thalang District, Phuket, Thailand .

    Porto de Phuket is an Open-Air retail centre that combines design, lifestyle and natural elements. Come and experience a diverse selection of activities available.

    Relax with family entertainment including Healthy Heaven and dedicated kids’ zone that all can enjoy. It is a magnificent reflection of Phuket’s social and cultural life. Porto de Phuket is a part of the Central Group, one of Thailand’s largest and most esteemed retail conglomerates.

  • Blue Tree Water Park

    Blue Tree Phuket, Cherntalay, Si Sunthon, Thalang District, Phuket, Thailand .

    Blue Tree is a first for Phuket and a family entertainment destination unlike any other. The site creates a multi-faceted entertainment destination, spread across 56 acres in nearby Cherngtalay.

    Blue Tree Phuket water park is a new and immense playground designed for adults and kids to spend a day of fun in the warm waters of a tropical island. With its multicolour and brightly decorated building, the park is easy to spot on the roadside of Cherngtalay, halfway between Bangtao beach and the well-known heroine’s circle. This 17,000 square metres lagoon is gigantic, with a vast array of water activities, water slides, zip lines and paddle boards.

  • Phuket FantaSea

    Phuket FantaSea, 99 Kamala, Kathu District, Phuket, Thailand .

    Phuket FantaSea is an award-winning, unique nighttime Thai Cultural Theme Park that features many attractions including:

    “Festival Village” - A Shopping street offering the most entertaining shopping experience in Phuket.

    “Fantasy of a Kingdom” - A Las-Vegas style Thai Culture & Illusion theatrical spectacle featuring over 150 cast and 44 elephants.

  • Patong

    Patong, Kathu District, Phuket, Thailand .

    Patong is a beach resort town on the west coast of Phuket Island, facing the Andaman Sea in the southwest of Thailand. Its sandy, crescent beach is lined with cafes, restaurants and bars. The famously raucous nightlife scene features bars, nightclubs and cabarets that overflow into the street along neon-lit Bangla Road.

    Patong is a 10 minute taxi ride from the resort.