Originally, Jui Tui Shrine was located at Soi Ang Ah Lay. Later, it was fired, and then villagers invited Hiew Hoy (Holy Fire) to keep at Pud Jo Shrine. When…

Wat Vichit Sangkaram is one of the biggest and most ornate of Phuket’s Buddhist monasteries, and the architecture is quite typical of wats throughout Thailand

Klong Mudong, a large tidal estuary that flows into the mangroves along Phang Nga Bay on Phuket’s east coast.

New York has Central Park, Bangkok has Lumpini Park and Phuket City has Suan Luang – an oasis just south of the town centre with tropical trees, plants and flowers.

Saphan Hin Shrine was established on 16th April, 1996 with the permission by Khun Chalerm Promlert, Phuket Governor and Khun Somboon Kupongsakorn

Wat Khao Rang (or Sumnak Song Khao Rang) is located at the hillside of the popular Rang Hill, Phuket, Thailand. It houses the Golden Sitting Buddha, the original and first…

Khao Rang, Phuket A great view of Phuket Town, the southern part of the island, and some of the offshore islands

Thai gold goes back thousands of years. There were extensive gold mines in Thailand in previous years. In fact, Siam,  Thailand’s original name, means ‘gold’ in Sanskrit; the Indians called…

A public park located by the sea at the end of Phuket Road, Saphan Hin is a recreational park for both locals and tourists

Here’s an outlet we strongly recommend getting to fast – Suay Restaurant in the heart of Phuket Town. Suay (meaning ‘beautiful’) has mixed with style the simplicity of a small…

Phuket Island has a fair amount of cultural diversity. This is due to the fact that the residents of the island come from many places around Asia, especially China.

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…