PHUKET ATTRACTIONS

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Laem Krating

Krating Cape is the latest viewpoint discovered in the southwest of Phuket island. It’s a tough spot to get to but if you don’t mind to walk and climb up steep slopes, this is a spot you shouldn’t miss.

How to Get There:
Go to Nai Harn beach and follow the road to reach Ao Sane beach then continue to the Baan Krating Phuket resort. From here, continue walking along the rocky cliffs and you will find yourself on a small trail that leads to the horn-shaped rock, the landmark of Laem Krating.
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Phuket Big Buddha

AKA The Great Buddha of Phuket, is a seated Maravija Buddha statue in Phuket, Thailand. The official name is Phra Phutta Ming Mongkol Akenakiri. Sitting atop Nakkerd Hill (sometimes Nagakerd) near Chalong, construction began in 2004. It is the third-tallest statue in Thailand behind only the Great Buddha of Thailand and Luangpho Yai
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Phuket Old Town

The lively Phuket Old Town is known for brightly painted, century-old Sino-Portuguese townhouses, with a well-preserved row along Soi Rommanee. Main street Thalang Road has stores selling artisanal ice cream and batik fabrics and a Sunday market for souvenirs and street food like fried banana. The Thai Hua Museum features exhibits on Chinese immigrant culture, and Jui Tui Shrine displays colorful statues of Chinese gods.

Blue Tree Phuket

A unique entertainment destination, Blue Tree Phuket is conveniently located in Cherngtalay. Close to many of Phuket’s west coast beaches and easily accessible from Phuket International Airport, Blue Tree Phuket offers up a variety of fun-filled activities for the entire family to enjoy.

Karon Viewpoint

Viewpoint is one of the most frequented viewpoints in Phuket. Located between Nai Harn and Kata Noi beaches, it's usually busy most days of the year and a popular stop in many tour itineraries. From here, You can take in views of Kata Noi, Kata Yai and Karon beaches.

Black Rock Viewpoint

Black Rock Viewpoint, known as Pa Hin Dam in Thai, is challenging to get to, but certainly worth the effort. Totally unknown before 2016, it's located high up in the rainforest above Ao Sane, and it offers a stunning view to the south of Phuket, including Nai Harn Beach, Promthep Cape and Koh Man

Ya Nui Beach

Ya Nui Beach is a small beach in the south of Phuket located near the Promthep Cape that is the famous place for beautiful sunset seeing and from Phuket town 20 kilometers. This beach don't have resorts and department stores, therefore Ya Nui Beach still has beautiful blue water and fresh air ,also clean coastline that are the prominent point of this beach.

Chillva Market Phuket

It is a hip and trendy night market with an urban mixed with bohemian vibe and an wide selection of food and fashion stalls. Hard to miss by the side of Yaowarat Road (which runs by Tesco Lotus, on the way towards Phuket Town), it has a unique characteristic adorned by the use of flamboyant cargo containers as shop stores.

Surf House Kata Beach

When the waves are out of reach, Surf House Kata Beach is the place for non-stop surf action, trendy music and internationally inspired food and beverages. Located right along the Kata Beach Road, we are literally minutes away from all the main hotels and next to one of the best surfing beaches of Phuket.

CENTRAL Floresta

It is comprised of two modernly designed buildings (Festival and Floresta) linked by moving walkways. Phuket’s new iconic landmark features 15 luxury brands, 500 lifestyle shops, 300 F&B outlets and 3 main attractions on 111 rai of land located in Downtown Phuket. Currently, It is the largest shopping center included food paradise, which is numerous delicious taste of food, and entertainment that consists of Aquarium and adventure theme park. The unique concept combining a luxury lifestyle, Thai culture and family makes Central Phuket a must-visit destination in the Kingdom.