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12/6 Montree Rd., Talad Yai, Mueang, Phuket 83000
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why Phuket?

When it comes to planning to visit a place where you can feel rejuvenated and relaxed ?


You might have heard a lot about Phuket from your friends or your family or even from the Internet, This amazing destinationis is surely going to be one of your favorite and memorable experience of a lifetime.


Phuket offers some of the great beaches. These include Patong, Karon, Kata, Nai Harn, Kamala, Bang Tao, Surin, Mai Khao, Paradise, Ya Nui, Banana, Rawai and Laem Ka, among others.


There are many options available, ranging from affordable to pricey. These include beachfront hotels, luxury hotels, world-class chain resorts, private villas, and low-cost hotels, among many others.


There is no doubt that Thai cuisine is one of the best cuisines. You may want to try famous dishes such as Pad Thai, Tom Yang Goong, Massaman Curry, Roti Nam Geang, Por Pia, and Oh Eaw, among many others.


There are almost 40 surrounding islands you can go on a day island hopping, and are famous for fishing, sailing, diving, snorkeling, and other fun-filled activities.


Local people are hospitable and cordial. In most cases, you will always feel welcomed, comfortable and safe around Thai people. it is good to immerse yourself in the local culture and mingle with the locals.


You can visit museums, temples, mansions, zoos, historic Thai landmarks, including those of religious and cultural importance. For museums, you can visit the Philatelic museum, Thai Hua Museum, and Phuket Trickeye Museum. For traditional and religious landmarks, drop by the Big Buddha, Wat Chalong, many decorative temples and shrines, Sino-Portuguese Buildings and Heroines Monument. For shows, you can watch the Phuket Fantasea Show, Simon Cabaret Show, Siam Niramit Phuket, and King Cobras Show.


Phuket Town, unlike many Thai provinces, showcases with special charectors and nowhere more so than Phuket Old Town, and should be on the must-see list of any Phuket visitors, where you will find temples (Chinese and Buddhist), shrines, beautifully preserved ‘shophouses’, quaint cafés, tiny printing shops, private and public museums and even a mini ex-red light district.

Phuket Old Town was built on riches reaped from Phuket’s tin boom of last century when the metal was an extremely valuable commodity. In this quarter of the town, you’ll see grandiose Sino-colonial mansions, once occupied by Phuket’s tin barons.

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