TWELVE NAUTICAL MILES FROM THE MAINLAND. A MILLION MILES FROM ANYTHING CLOSE.
Here are three great kids’ activities spread over the year
If you are travelling to Phuket and want to discover the real island
Bernhard Koll, Executive Chef at Dusit Laguna Phuket hails from Munich.
Phuket Straydog Shelter in Bang Khanun Forest Park, Thalang,
Saphanhin Park (Sa – Phan – Hin), a public park located by the sea at the end of Phuket Road. This place is a recreational place for both locals and…
It was renovate again to be a travel destination in 2009, not allowed to drive on Sarasin bridge.
It was completed and opened in 2007 by then President of PPAO, Anchalee Vanichthepabutr.
The myth of Phra Pud (or Phra Thong) is one of Phuket famous histories.
Phra Nang Sang Temple was built more than 200 years ago. In many years ago there are a lot of unfinished buildings and not have an enough space for tree…
Phuket is not only about sea sand and sun; the island has lots of fun things to do
Coffee drinking has become something of a trend amongst office workers. But running your own café is a dream for many, to simply walk away from daily and routine office…
Coffee is slightly acidic and has a stimulating effect because of its caffeine content.
“Royal Thai Set Lunch by Lagoon” offers you a chance to experience Royal Thai cuisine in a beautiful settings at promotional price.
Nai Yang “surf ‘n’ turf”: Grilled Beef tenderloin with deep fried softshell crab and green asparagus.
Mae Ya Nang Shrine is located on Krabi road, built in 2396 by Mr.Lim Bun Suun. Mae Ya Nang or Ma Jor Poh is a SEA Goddess she is sacred…
Today I will show the second project at Phuket’s old town. It is not easy to find a car parking at the Old Phuket Town
Good afternoon everyone today I will bring you L-Market at Sapan Hin Park. L-Market is located behind the old building, Lucky Complex. Shops in this market moved from street stall…
This weekend, Phuketindex.com had invited to join fruit buffet promotion
Phuketindex.com recently took day trip to Banana Beach on nearby Koh Hey (Coral Island). We’re due to depart by boat from Chalong Pier and it’s easy to find the Banana…