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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.

  • 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.

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.

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.

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.

Khao Khanap Nam
  • 22 May
  • Pak Nam

Khao Khanap Nam

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Regarded as the symbol of Krabi, Khao Khanap Nam are two mountains that are roughly 100 meters tall, separated by Maenam Krabi and located at the entrance to Krabi city. Khao Khanap Nam has beautiful caves with amazing stalactites and stalagmites worth exploring.

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Food & Restaurant

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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  • 20 Oct
  • A I

Klong Nga Bamboo Rafting, Phang Nga

It's school break. Take the kids to have fun at Phang Nga.
Phang Nga has another rafting spot. "Klong Nga Bamboo Rafting," a new bamboo rafting activity created by the collaboration of community members who saw the potential of the area and joined forces to open adventure tourism services amidst beautiful nature along the Canal, which is the source of the Phang Nga Canal, which flows through many villages and Phang Nga city before entering Phang Nga Bay.

  • 29 Sep
  • A I

Community Tourism in Ban Bang Rong: Travel Completely, Fully, and Deliciously

Travel fulfilled, full, delicious, belly spreading... Here it is: The community of Ban Bang Rong is an old community on Phuket Island. Most of the villagers here are Muslims. Occupation: local fishing, gardening, and general labor. There are mountains and seas here. Therefore, it is another tourist destination that I would like to introduce to you.

  • 21 Jun
  • A I

Low-Season Adventure: Exploring Krabi in Just One Day

Hey there! Long time no see, huh? I'll be showing you around Krabi for a quick one-day trip. This trip is designed for everyone who has limited time to relax but still wants to enjoy exploring Krabi. It's a Low Season trip, which means there's a higher chance of rain than usual. So, instead of focusing on beach-related activities, which can be risky during this period, we'll take the opportunity to discover other amazing aspects of Krabi. There are plenty of outstanding attractions on land that are definitely worth our time. Let's get started, shall we?

  • 01 Dec
  • A I

Baan Lipon Tai community and beliefs

"Southern Lipon, Unity, Two Heroes, and Good Variety, inherit the culture, introducing the sufficiency economy" They begin the tourist route from the National Museum here with evidence and historical documents, including the living equipment of the fishermen and mining tools, and then continue with traveling to different places. Visit Phraya Wichit's house. Go to the Tha Ruea Shrine to pay homage to the god of Guan Yu or the great Buddha image of Phuket at the Tha Ruea Shrine. Pay homage to the large reclining Buddha at Wat Si Sunthon or Wat Ban Phon, and visit the Ban Lipon Tai Sufficiency Economy Center. Go see the black chicken farms, rice cultivation, vegetable gardening, and various processed food products, such as chili paste, dried fish kidneys, and local cave fish or canned fish.

  • 25 Feb
  • A I

CTOP ของชุมชนท่องเที่ยวแหลมสัก

นอกจาก OTOP แล้ว เดี๋ยวนี้เค้ายังมี สินค้า CPOT ด้วยน้า
CPOT ย่อทาจาก Culture Product of Thailand หรือสินค้าทางวัฒนธรรมนั่นเอง

  • 30 Sep
  • A I

Ban Sam Chong Nuea Community Tourism Enterprise Group's natural colored fabric

Ban Sam Chong Nuea Community Tourism Enterprise Group's natural colored fabric "Sang Phusa" is a new brand of the Ban Sam Chong Nuea Community Based Tourism Enterprise that creates highly beautiful packaging for natural tie-dye fabric products. The front of the box features a cutout of a Khao Tapu ('Tapu' means nail in Thai), revealing the fabric colors, the natural colors, and the Tabun Ranjan crown flower pattern.
Interested in natural tie-dye fabric with the Tabun Ranjan crown flower pattern, contact Mr. Surat Sumalee, president of Ban Sam Chong Nuea Community Tourism Enterprise Group. Tel: 093-760-6790.

  • 30 Jun
  • A I

Som Tum Kapi at Ban Khian Community

Today, I would like to take you to Ban Khian Community as I've heard that they have delicious food, "Som Tum Khoei" or "Som Tum Kapi", the original Phuket people Papaya Salad which is delicious and hot, which compatible to papaya salad from the central region or in the northeast.

  • 10 Sep
  • A I

What is "Phang Nga Brand"?

Do you know? What is "Phang Nga Brand"? What's in it? That's it. Tomorrow at Jungceylon Shopping Center in Phuket, there's an exhibition and product sale "Phangnga Brand", project for product and packaging development to enhance the Phang Nga brand identity which includes consumer products, food, beverages, clothes, jewelry (Pearl from Panyee), and local herbs. There were over 35 booths selling various products like local food, Dok Khao Rai Rice, 3 flavors of mangosteen, batik cloth, and Phang Nga pearls.
1 – 5 Sep, 2023, The Bay Zone, Jungceylon Patong, Phuket.

  • 15 Jul
  • A I

Klong Thom, Krabi province

Did you know that 'Klong Thom' in Krabi province is the only saltwater hot spring in Thailand and one of only two in the world? The other is in Czech Republic!!!!

  • 29 May
  • A I

Nong Mardi on a wall in the Talad Tai hamlet, Krasom Subdistrict Municipality

This short article will introduce the new check-in point in Phang Nga Province's Krasom market region.

  • 10 Aug
  • A I

OTOP Walking Street, Ranong

OTOP Walking Street, Ranong
Fridays from 6:00 AM to 12:00 PM in front of the Ranong Provincial Government Building. Local business owners showcase and sell their One Tambon One product; many including raw agricultural goods, a wide range of manufactured goods, smoked fish, canned fish, fresh fish, and in-season fruit
Don't forget that we have a weekly meeting every Friday!

  • 29 Nov
  • A I

Ranong Coffee

Ranong coffee... must try it when you go there. In that area, the villagers cultivate Robusta coffee. In addition to fresh coffee beans, There are various types of roasted coffee beans available, including:
• Gas-roasted coffee beans
• Charcoal-roasted coffee beans
• Gas roasted coffee beans packed in bags
• Charcoal-roasted coffee beans packed in bags
• Filter coffee beans roasted with charcoal packed in paper bags.
After sipping coffee, don't forget to buy some as souvenirs.