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Soi Rommani
  • 23 May
  • Talat Yai

Soi Rommani

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Soi Rommanee is an alley that connects Thalang Road and Dibuk Road, all of which are in Phuket Old Town. which is the site of an old building of Sino-Portuguese art that is one of the symbols of Phuket style art. Some buildings will find traces of the old to give another classic retro feel. Soi Rommanee is also regarded as one of the most beautiful and romantic alleys in Phuket.

Elder
  • 23 May
  • Talat Yai

This is like a living, breathing museum. of a blacksmith who is ready to provide a unique and interesting experience for every visitor. Coming by yourself might be a bit difficult. Because Papo doesn't open the shop every day and it's not open for sure. There is no pin on the Google map.

Savanna Grassland
  • 03 May
  • Lam Kaen

Walking through the Savanna grassland to Khao Na Yak, the grassland gives an atmosphere like in Africa. In summer, the meadows are golden brown. And during the rainy season, the fields will become green.

Phuket Walking Street "Lard-Yai"
  • 23 May
  • Talat Yai

Phuket Walking Street Lad Yai, also known as Phuket Walking Street, takes place on Thalang Road around It is surrounded by architectural buildings of Sino-Portuguese houses that blend Eastern and Western art together beautifully and perfectly. It is regarded as another feature of Phuket. As for the products that are available for sale, there will be a lot of variety, such as local food, beverages, snacks, savory dishes, desserts, Thai food, western food, even souvenirs, and, of course, there will be live music and performances. The walkway is for tourists to see each other as well.

Peranakannitat Museum
  • 23 May
  • Talat Yai

The prominent yellow building stands on the corner of Phang Nga Road, which many people know well. Because it is another landmark in Phuket Old Town, people often stop by to take pictures and take pictures of the beauty of the old architecture. Both buildings have a long history before they came to be. The structure is currently over a hundred years old and has stories that tell the history of Phuket Town.

Promthep Cape
  • 24 May
  • Rawai

Promthep Cape

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If anyone has had the opportunity to visit Phuket and did not come to see the sunset at Promthep Cape, it is considered they have not yet arrived. Laem Phromthep is one of Thailand's most beautiful sunset spots. It is the southernmost cape of Phuket Island, about 19 km from the city. Surrounded by sugar palm trees that are interspersed with the swaying grass, on the right is Nai Harn Beach and Koh Man. On the left side, you will see Nai Ya Beach, which is a small beach in general. In the near evening, tourists, whether traveling or staying at any beach, gather to watch the sunset at Laem Phromthep. If you visit on a good day, the sky is clear, there are a few clouds, and the sunset at Laem Phromthep will be very beautiful. If you come in the summer, there are golden fields covered up, very beautiful. When the rainy season arrives, everything around Laem Phromthep, a large rock, will turn green. When the waves are strong, you will see white bubbles.

Rice Fields in the Middle of Koh Yao Noi
  • 13 May
  • Ko Yao Noi

Rice fields on Koh Yao Noi are seawater rice fields and surrounded by mountains. During the growing season, the field will become all green and it will turn yellow in the harvesting season.

WOO Gallery & Boutique Hotel
  • 23 May
  • Talat Yai

Another amazing thing is that almost all buildings have the same structure. There may be some differences in size and stretch. The living space has been adjusted accordingly, one of which is the WOO Gallery & Boutique Hotel, the Old House Museum, and the Boutique Hotel. Of course, once you enter, it's like you've slipped into another era.

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The list of the Best Restaurants in Phuket list is growing fast, especially since the Michelin Guide has arrived on the island. Phuket culinary scene has evolved a lot in recent years, and the choice of restaurants has grown tremendously.

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Some restaurants are fancy, and some are genuinely local. Of course, not everyone will agree with us, but these are places we love to go and to go back to. Note that there are quite a lot of restaurants to review in Phuket, and while we did try a lot of them, we still haven’t tried a few, so this list might evolve during the year.

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  • 24 Mar
  • A I

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  • A I

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  • 30 Jun
  • A I

Low-Season Adventure Exploring Krabi to Khao Lak in Two Days

Hey there! In my previous article, I wrote about a 1-day trip to Krabi during the Low Season as part of a 3-day, 2-night Krabi-Khao Lak trip. In this article, we'll continue from the trip to Krabi and move on to Khao Lak for one day, then another day in Khao Lak. The concept of this trip remains the same. However, since it's currently the low season and there's heavy rain, it can be quite risky to venture out to the sea. Let's get started, shall we?

  • 29 Mar
  • A I

Attend the 42nd Thailand Tourism Festival, organized by TAT

Attend the 42nd Thailand Tourism Festival, organized by TAT. Explore Thailand's five diverse regions from March 28 to 1, 2024, at the Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre in Bangkok.
Experience new types of experiential tourism; both in major tourist towns and secondary cities, according to the concept of "instant happiness, travelling in Thailand" will take you to the uniqueness of five regions around the country.
Don't miss it. Go see, taste, and plan a trip to Thailand all year round.

  • 01 Dec
  • A I

Grapes Seaweed or Pepper Seaweed or Green Caviar

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  • 01 Dec
  • A I

Shrimp paste, Koh Lanta

Go to Koh Lanta. Koh Lanta is famous for its delicious "shrimp paste," which you should not miss. 

  • 28 Feb
  • A I

Phuket aims to be carbon neutral

The Sustainable Tourism Development Foundation, in collaboration with the Phuket Old Town community, will reduce carbon dioxide emissions with the support of the Phuket Provincial Administrative Organisation (Or Bor Jor), Phuket City Municipality Environment, Pollution Control Office No. 15, Pollution Control Department, and Big Data Office (a public organisation).
This initiative will commence in the Old Town area of Phuket, where residents will sort garbage. The organic waste will be sorted and placed in green bags before being processed into fertiliser by Or Bor Jor. Meanwhile, grease will be collected in pink bags, increasing the efficacy of wastewater treatment and improving water quality in the Bang Yai Canal.

  • 15 Jan
  • A I

Peranakan Laemsak 2024

Come to Krabi for the “Peranakan Laemsak 2024” event on February 16-18, 2024 at the cultural intersection in Laem Sak Subdistrict, Ao Luek District, Krabi Province.
Eat and travel. Spend three days exploring from 16.00 to 22.00 hrs.
- Experience the charm of Laem Sak's tourist attractions.
- Taste a variety of delicious local food.
- Shop for souvenirs from the community
- Watch additional art performance activities from 3 cultures this year with A face-changing opera show, very spectacular.
Alternatively, anyone who like running can participate in Run for the Community on February 18, 2024. To sign up for a run or to get for more information, go to the "Run for Local" Facebook page. The deadline for registration is January 20, 2024.

  • 02 Jun
  • A I

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  • 30 Aug
  • A I

Kanom Kheng, Chinese Spirit Festival

This year's Chinese Spirit Festival is on August 30, 2023. It is a significant festival for Chinese families. And the must-have dessert is Kanom Kheng, a sticky rice dessert made from glutinous rice that is used to honor the lives of Chinese immigrants to Thailand. Khanom Kheng also has an auspicious meaning. That also implies sweetness, smoothness, and abundance in life.
In Phuket, Khanom Kheng is brown because, in ancient times, they steamed them with a wood stove overnight until they turned brown, and today, although the charcoal stove is no longer used, the brown is maintained by using palm sugar or dark brown instead.

  • 30 Jun
  • A I

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