The commercial heart of Phuket's past, is an historical picture of endless Sino-Colonial shophouse. Thalang Road is famous for textile shops and haberdasheries.
Come and be a part of our vegetarian festival this year. This festival is an annual celebration that occurs during the ninth lunar month of the Chinese calendar. One of the eight precepts is avoidance of eating any animal meat of product. They also keep up a high moral standard of good deeds in their action, speaking and thinking - a colorful event held over a nine day period. Obtaining good health and peace of mind, we offer this special package throughout the month of October.
Phukets most popular and famous temple, built in 1837. Located approximately 8 km. from the city, the temple houses the famous Luang Po Cham, a monk who helped the locals fight the rebellion during the reign of King Rama V (in 1876). A recent addition to the temple is a 61 m. high chedi containing a piece of the Lord Buddha's bones brought over from Sri Lanka.
Phuket Butterfly Farm
Located approximately 3 kilometers from Phuket City via Yaowarat Road and the Sam Kong intersection, the farm proudly presents a unique collection of tropical creatures such as butterflies and insects. The farm opens daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The entrance fee is 150 baht for adults and 60 baht for children.
Phuket Thai Hua Museum
The Thai Hua School at Krabi Road, Phuket, is the oldest Chinese school in Thailand, founded in 1911. Built in 1934, it is a splendid example of European-Sino-Thai architecture of the 1930s, when Phuket architecture began to depart from the Straits Settlements style. It was used as an exhibition space to promote Phuket’s artists and cultural learning center.
Now it opens daily (except Wednesday) from 9.00a.m. - 7.00p.m.
This Beach is the most developed, most vibrant, most visited beach of Phuket that never fails to impress visitors. Located approximately 15 kilometers from the city. It is a picture perfect postcard view of a 3-kilometer long white sandy beach that is perfect for swimming, lazing, and enjoying challenging water sports such as jet skiing, windsurfing snorkeling, sailing, and parasailing.
Located approximately 24 kilometers from town is an enchanting beach lined with casuarinas trees. Isolated and secluded, the beach is ideal for sunbathing and relaxing. In addition, there is a golf course which was established in the reign of King Rama VII. Several Muslim fishing communities are located nearby and the local Mosque, Matsayit Mukaram, is worth visiting as it is an elegant whitewashed structure with lacquered wooden doors.
Located just one kilometer from Surin Beach, Laem Sing is a relatively small quiet beach perfect for a break from the crowd. Laem Sing has a white sandy beach that glitters in the sun and is dotted with uniquely shaped rocks.
Located approximately 17 kilometers from Phuket City, renowned for snorkeling to see the coral, tropical fishes and the seas eco-system. Also worth visiting is Ko Pu, a small uninhabited island located off Laem Sai. Most visitors find snorkeling along the islands rich coral reef enjoyable.