Thalang Road is Phuket’s ‘historical road’ located in Phuket City Municipality. Formerly, it was the trading center of Phuket. Most of the houses located along this road

Soi Romanee: This delightful little soi between Thalang Road and Dibuk Road is one of the oldest streets in Phuket Town. It was once home to a variety of vice…

When visiting a foreign country, the best way to learn and understand the history, traditions, and way-of-life of cultures is to visit the local museum. If life on Phuket Island…

In the era of King Rama 5, Phuket Governor Praya Rasda’s requested the Standard Chartered Bank set up its first Thailand branch in Phuket. Thailand’s oldest foreign bank

On the jungle road connecting Nai Harn Beach and Ya Nui Beach you will find Windmill View Point. It is very easy to find as there is a huge white…

Rawai Beach is the second largest beach in Phuket Island. (The first one is Patong Beach). There are a lot of restaurants.

NapShell, an egg-like bed The Napshell bed’s super comfy shaped mattress will fit a wide range of body types and heights. Complete with LED lights, MP3 player and sound proof…

Thailand was recently voted the favourite sailing venue and best regatta location in Asia in a recent survey. It was voted as having the best sailing grounds and destinations due…

Mr. Nattha Kahapana, Director of Knight Frank Phuket has revealed that Phuket condominium will see bright prospects in the year of the dragon, with Kata and Karon being areas where enormous…

The influence of Baba-Peranakan on Phuket’s culture started when Chinese ancestors migrated to Penang and Phuket, when the tin mining industry was flourishing.

Phuket’s Buddhist temples, or Wats, are possibly one of the greatest tourist attractions in Phuket and if you’re here on holiday you really should not miss out on chance to…