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Beach

This is one of the most popular beaches along with the locals on the island. It is refreshingly development free thanks to the presence of Samnak Song Monastery, which owns most of the land around the beach. The Lagoon of this beach is one of the most beautiful on the island. There is not much shade which makes this beach very popular among sunbathers. The southern headlands at Ya Nui are good for snorkelling, but the coral reefs at Ao Sane to the north are better.

Nai Harn Beach

Religious Site, View Point, Statue

The big Buddha of Phuket is a recent addition and an important landmark in the Phuket skyline. The remarkable thing about it is that it is visible form the whole of south Phuket. This extremely lavishly built plain white figurine of the Buddha in his usual meditative pose is the pride of Phuket. A beautiful lotus thrones surrounds it. There are thousands of messages written on white stone slabs around it

Big Buddha

Beach

There is not much to do here outside of the usual beach activities. But the sand is soft and white and the bay is beautiful, with headlands on either side of the beach. Snorkelling is always a good activity. Between May and October surfing is also popular, but swimming at this time can be dangerous due to strong underwater currents. This is a far less developed place than Kata Yai, which means this beach is almost never crowded.

Kata Noi Beach

Religious Site, Temple, Architecture

This temple has a sharp and tall roof and typical Thai Buddhist architecture. It is a gorgeous site but entering it will make you realize its importance as a religious place. Calm and serene, it instills a sort of peace in every soul. Surrounded by greenery and full of intricately designed serene interiors it is an important place for both the tourists and the locals. There is also a market not far from there, in which all the profits from the shops go to the temple

Wat Chalong Temple

Museum, Exhibition

This museum’s attractions are very literal.  Making use of the artistic technique known as Trompe-l’œil (the trick of creating a 3D image on a 2D background), the museum is an exhibition of virtual and 3D paintings. It’s quite unlike any other attraction in all of Phuket. There are about 100 painted and sculpted scenes to check out, each more audacious than the last. The first room looks like a classic painting gallery, with recreations of works by Van Gogh, Munch, Leonardo Da Vinci among others. The other rooms are much stranger, with gigantic installations that seem to leap out from the walls at you. The most fun activity for visitors is to insert themselves into the painting and/or interact with it in some way

Phuket Trickeye Museum

Market, Street Market

A word of warning before you head into the treasures of this Market. If there’s anything in the market that looks branded, it is fake. This has practically no exceptions. The market basically has three sections. The covered section has the second hand goods, and it is quite intriguing, with a items of fair to good quality. The open section is the new goods. And the last section is the food section. There are a lot of clothes, accessories, everyday items, bags and perfumes. If you want quality, try to look for the stuff made by local designers

Phuket Weekend Market

Wildlife Park

The Tiger Kingdom in Thailand is an interesting place. You can get a very up close at the life of a tiger at this attraction. How? You can hang out with one. Literally! The concept is that you get to be around tigers of many different ages and sizes. You can even feed and pet the younger cubs and take pictures with them.

Tiger Kingdom

Theme Park, Entertainment

Phuket Fantasea is a spectacle to be reckoned with. This majestic show that Phuket puts up with culture and tradition mixed in with entertainment is definitely one of the things you must see while in Phuket. Without it the Phuket experience will remain incomplete.

This theme park incorporates fables and stories to provide a great overview of the culture of Thailand. There are beautiful elephant shows, colorful dances and several other interesting gimmicks and acts that help you learn about the culture

Phuket Fantasea

Museum, Exhibition

This museum’s attractions are very literal.  Making use of the artistic technique known as Trompe-l’œil (the trick of creating a 3D image on a 2D background), the museum is an exhibition of virtual and 3D paintings. It’s quite unlike any other attraction in all of Phuket. There are about 100 painted and sculpted scenes to check out, each more audacious than the last. The first room looks like a classic painting gallery, with recreations of works by Van Gogh, Munch, Leonardo Da Vinci among others. The other rooms are much stranger, with gigantic installations that seem to leap out from the walls at you.

Phuket Trickeye Museum

Hill

North of Phuket Town is the city’s highest hill, and its name is to be taken literally. Populated by thousands of macaques that are all now used to entertaining and harassing tourists for treats, the hill has nevertheless managed to remain on of the most popular recreational areas around. At the bottom of the hill you’ll see three shrines where people pray for success at the lottery. There’s a park halfway up. And though there is a viewpoint on top, the occasional views on the way up are better. The only time the top is better is during sunset. The hill is quite a steep climb if you are walking. Check out of the Green Forest restaurant which has opened up close to the bottom of the hill

Monkey Hill

Market, Street Market

A word of warning before you head into the treasures of this Market. If there’s anything in the market that looks branded, it is fake. This has practically no exceptions. The market basically has three sections. The covered section has the second hand goods, and it is quite intriguing, with a items of fair to good quality. The open section is the new goods. And the last section is the food section. There are a lot of clothes, accessories, everyday items, bags and perfumes. If you want quality, try to look for the stuff made by local designers. Do not by any high priced items here. In food, you’ll find corn, BBQ meats, fishcakes, fried everything, beer and ice-cream, to name a few

Phuket Weekend Market

Wildlife Park

The Tiger Kingdom in Thailand is an interesting place. You can get a very up close at the life of a tiger at this attraction. How? You can hang out with one. Literally! The concept is that you get to be around tigers of many different ages and sizes. You can even feed and pet the younger cubs and take pictures with them.

This attraction is of course not for everyone but if you are into this sort of a thing do check out this extremely unique and bizarre place to hang out with the majestic beasts of the jungle

Tiger Kingdom

Beach

This is one of the longest beaches on Phuket Island, facing one of the largest bays. The beach used to be a very important tin mine but that industry became declined, and was replaced by tourism; Specifically, the Laguna Resort complex. Almost everything on this beach – restaurant, pubs, and shops – was developed to cater to the guests of the resort. The best swimming is to be had at the north end of the beach where there are coral reefs. If you want to get away from the standardized resort offers, head to Cherngtalay, a tourist village which has bars and restaurants and shops and Spas. You might also want to check out the Wat Cherngtalay temple

Bang Tao Beach

Street Market, Streets

Imagine all the debauchery of Vegas packed into a few street complexes blazing with neon lights. That’s Bangla Road. This road, which looks utterly innocent and commonplace in the daylight, is the heart and soul of both Phuket’s nightlife and Phuket’s sex industry. It is packed with bars, pubs, clubs, discos, go-go bars, but also with some terrific restaurants. Music blares out into the street from every corner. Most of the sex industry confines itself to the sois (side streets) of the main road. Each of these side-streets has its own unique character – some are for beer bars, some for clubs, some of go-go bars. One doesn’t have to partake. Indeed, most come to the street merely to soak in the exotic sights, specifically the women and the ladyboys

Thanon Bangla

Beach, View Point

Kamala beach is a laid back and calm get away not far from Paton. This beautiful beach is perfect if you are looking for a relaxing holiday with the holy trinity of the sun, the sand and the sea. So whether it is strolling down the sandy stretch or eating local cuisine at the tiny restaurants close by, you are sure to love your vacation at Kamala. The night life is equally easy going but it is undoubtedly fun

Kamala Beach

Beach

South of Patong, on a headland extending to the west, is a quite beach and bay. You have to access it by walking down a narrow beach path next to Merlin Beach Resort. There’s a nice restaurant on the beach where you can sit and enjoy the views. But there’s not much else to do here, except at high tide when you can go snorkelling in the water. The beach is mostly rocky, so it’s not very conducive to sunbathing. But if you want a nice way to relax, there are several open-air massage services available. People usually just access this beach as a place to rent the longboat to get to Freedom Beach

Tri Trang Beach

Town

Old Phuket Town Image
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Known for its Sino Buddhist Architecture, the Old Phuket town often gets ignored by the Phuket tourist. This is unfortunate as this area holds so much history, culture and beautiful architecture it seems wrong to go to Phuket and not visit it.

A trip through the Phuket old town will show you a wonderful cultural melange. The typical Portuguese buildings fused with the red and gold of the Thai architecture gives the place a very eclectic feel. The buildings are unique and colorful and there are Buddhist as well as Chinese temples that you can visit. The pretty little galleries and the tiny roads make this place a fusion of cultures that is very specific to this region and you will rarely see anywhere else. A walk to explore this area is a must on a trip to Phuket

Old Phuket Town

Beach, Walking Area

Patong beach is the most popular beach in Thailand. It has everything, the sun, the sand the activities, the beer, the cocktails, the amazing sea-food and the spa treatments. Patong is truly the center of all activity for tourists in Thailand.

It has an interesting and eccentric nightlife which means night owls will love this place. Bars and nightclubs are open into the wee hours of the night which means you can party to your heart’s content and more! Soi Bangla is the most popular place for the night prowlers and has many interesting haunts. Neon lights and bright colours are the theme of Patong beach through and through

Patong Beach

Market

This open-air Market is exactly like every other Open Air Market in Phuket. Basically you should avoid to the branded stuff and go for the local stuff. The products are all blatantly targeting tourists, from the swimsuits to the multi boxer shorts, cheap sunglasses, the sarongs, the cheap jewelry, and the souvenirs. The local stuff is of some serious interest. You can get carved soap bars, skin treatment products, and different kinds of cosmetics and of course you should definitely check out the food. There are a lot of different varieties of Thai street food here. You’ll also find confections, fried insects, grilled meat, fruit shakes, and Northern Thai style sausages among other exotic dishes. Combine this with a trip to the actual temple. It’s a nice atmospheric market with lots of local flavor and bustling energy.

Karon Temple Market

Aquarium

Though this aquarium is quite small it has been extensively renovated and a terrific central exhibit has been added. This is the ‘Tunnel’, a 10 meter long glass underwater walk. It is thrillingly immersive. Right outside the tunnel is giant cod in its own large tank. Some of the other fish you can expect to see here include sharks, piranhas, cuttlefish, seahorses, dolphins, eel and colorful tropical fish. If you’re inclined to scuba dive around Phuket, the aquarium has some good resources on what you should expect to see in the waters surrounding the island. The aquarium’s other main task is to conduct marine biological research, and to breed sea turtles

Phuket Aquarium

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