Phuket Attraction

Whatever you want out of a holiday, you will find it on Phuket.
Patong Beach

Patong Beach

Patong Beach is possibly the most famous beach on Phuket, with its wide variety of activities and nightlife. By night the town has a bustling nightlife, which includes hundreds of restaurants, beer bars, and discos.

Kata and Karon Beaches

Kata and Karon Beaches

Kata and Karon Beaches are known as the warmest, clearest, and most family friendly locations on Phuket. These beaches are popular amongst families, who choose to enjoy their activities on the long expansive sands, under the warm island sun. Between May and October, surfers will flock to catch waves, while during November and April the beaches are alive with sun seekers.

Phromthep Cape

Phromthep cape

Phromthep cape, set an top of a hill on the Southernmost tip of the island, is a beautiful viewpoint to watch the sunset. The orange sun falling from blue skies into blue seas is undoubtedly mesmerizing.

Chalong Temple

Chalong Temple

Chalong Temple, known locally as Wat Chalong, has been extending a warm welcome to visitors for over a century. Locals will visit this Temple to pray, while tourists will visit to learn about culture and Buddhism

Big Buddha

Big Buddha

Big Buddha is one of the island's most important and revered landmarks, sitting atop the Nakkerd Hills between Chalong and Kata. At a height of 45m, The Big Buddha image and its neighbouring Temple, can easily be seen from most places in the surrounding locations.

JuiTui Shrine

Jui Tui Shrine

Jui Tui Shrine is a popular Chinese temple that plays a pivotal part in the annual Phuket Vegetarian Festival. As one of the oldest and the most respected spiritual centres, it's a must-see for all newcomers to Phuket.

Phuket Old Town

Phuket Old Town

Phuket Old Town is the historical centre of Phuket Town. Established during the peak of the tin mining industry at the end of the 19th Century and beginning of the 20th century, this district hosts superb mansions and beautifully preserved ‘shop-houses’ built in a Sino-colonial architecture.

The core of the Old Town essentially is made up of five roads and several 'sois' (small streets), which are Rasada Road, PhangNga Road, Thalang Road, Dibuk Road and Krabi Road. Teeming with history, this quarter is slowly being renovated after years of neglect.

Central Festival Phuket

Central Festival Phuket

Central Festival Phuket is an air-conditioned, fully equipped, one-stop shopping mall located just outside of Phuket Town. Rightly regarded as the shopping hub of the island, Central Festival Phuket plays host to over 120 outlets, selling products ranging from silk to sushi, from Levi's to laptops, from books to barbecues, to name a few.

Naka Phuket Night Market

Naka Phuket Night Market

Naka Phuket Night Market, known locally as Naka Market, is a fascinating jumble of secondhand goods, curios, live animals and a large amount of great local foods and treats to sample.

Phuket Walking Street

Phuket Walking Street "Lard-Yai"

Phuket Walking Street “Lard-Yai” is a lively fair, held every Sunday afternoon into evening, on Thalang Road in the heart of Phuket Old Town. The main products available at Phuket Walking Street are clothing, handcrafted souvenirs and local foods.

Phuket Trickeye Museum

Phuket Trickeye Mesuem

Phuket Trick eye museum is an interactive 3D painting exhibition, offering amazing photo opportunities and great fun for the whole family.

Phuket Bird Park

Phuket Bird Park

Phuket Bird Park is a beautifully arranged plot of hillside land, which consists of exotic flora, winding paths, odd memorabilia, no less than three cafés, a souvenir shop and, of course, hundreds of beautiful tropical birds from all around the world.

Vanich Sweetcorn Farm

Vanich Sweetcorn Farm

Vanich Sweetcorn Farm, spread out over an area of about 67 rai (unit of measurement in Thailand), uses modern technology to improve the quality of the land and emphasizes eco-friendly products that avoid chemical substances.

Blue Elephant Restaurant

Blue Elephant Restaurant

Blue Elephant Restaurant is an established restaurant brand, specialising in Royal Thai cuisine ., with branches in 12 different countries. The Phuket branch is set in a splendid, old Chinese-colonial style mansion set in sprawling grounds, near the heart of the old quarter of Phuket Town. Fine dining set in opulent surroundings are the order of the day at Blue Elephant, Phuket branch.

TukabKhao Restaurant

TukabKhao Restaurant

Tu Kab Khao Restaurant is decorated in traditional Penang style and offers more than 100 different dishes to its clients. Here you can find a number of local and traditional Phuket food, that are made according to original recipes and unique preparation methods.

Khao Rang Breeze Restaurant

Khao Rang Breeze Restaurant

Khao Rang Breeze Restaurant is the nearest experience to treetop dining in Phuket. This predominantly southeast-facing restaurant, at the summit of Rang Hill located in downtown Phuket Town, enjoys fabulous views at any time of day. Unlike many Phuket restaurants, Khao Rang Breeze Restaurant offers many international dishes, and even though it does serve Thai food, it is not necessarily a dedicated Thai food destination.