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Communities

Ban Mai Khao Community Based Tourism
  • 08 May
  • Mai Khao
  • 1806

Mai Khao Beach is one of the popular beaches in Phuket where you can see the plane landing very closely. Not only is it a white sand beach, but Mai Khao Beach also has a beautiful blue sea. This place is the place where the turtles spawn every year. Not only do we mention it, but this place still has many activities to show you.

Ban Bo Rae Ecotourism
  • 08 May
  • Wichit
  • 1840

The Bo Rae Community is a community in Phuket that has a long history. From the evidence of the Great East Asia War All houses in this area must have a house well. So every house dug a well inside the house. Every house will find a hard brown pebble when dug down about 2-3 meters. The villagers called him "Luk Waew" according to the accent of the southern dialect later. The authorities therefore named the village according to the common dialect, from “Luk Waew” to “Luk Rae” and renamed this village as "Ban Bo Rae".

Phuket Old Town Community Based Tourism
  • 08 May
  • Talat Yai
  • 2149

The slogan of Phuket Old Town...

"Visit the old town, tell the past, experience the local lifestyle, the charm of Thung Kha town."

The land of the Andaman pearls, Phuket is rich in both land and sea resources. This is a tourist's paradise that you should visit once in your life. In addition, Phuket's old town community gathered all the cultures together. Getting into the old town, you will see the ancient shophouses lining both sides of the road. It is a trace of the prosperous history during the reign of King Rama V, the blooming period of tin mining. Experience the attractiveness of Sino-Portuguese architecture and admire its classic beauty. Since then, the villagers in the old town started to conserve and develop the old town in order to benefit the children in the future.

Baan Bang Rong Community Based Tourism
  • 07 May
  • Pa Khlok
  • 2911

Baan Bang Rong was originally a port town named "Bang Long" in the Hokkien language, which refers to the prosperous canal. Baan Bang Rong CBT was established in 2001. Initially, the beginning of the tourism group here was not mainly focused on tourism but aimed to take care of the natural environment. Before starting community tourism, this area faced a problem of the mangrove forests being destroyed due to the government project. They cut down the mangrove trees for the charcoal industry and exported them abroad. Baan Bang Rong used to be the most abundant mangrove forest area in ​​Phuket. There were very large mangrove trees, but all three to four thousand rai of the mangrove forest were demolished. There was almost no mangrove forest left.

Baan Kien Community Based Tourism
  • 07 May
  • Thep Krasatti
  • 1651

Baan Kien village is connected to Phuket's history and the honorable brave deeds of the two heroines, Sri Thalang. The following tourism activities will be conducted by the community’s philosophers on the topic "The tourism route of Baan Kien community". Initially, the travel route to Baan Kien starts at Phra Nang Sang temple, the old temple over a hundred years old. It used to be the battlefield where Ya Mook and Ya Chan set up camp to fight against the Burmese. Inside Phra Ubosot, there’s the principal Buddha image that was created by the local artisan. And they also found 3 ancient tin Buddha images known as Phra Nai Phung. Then, head to Phra Thong temple or Phra Phud temple. It’s the old temple that's famous for housing a half-buried golden Buddha statue called Luang Poh Phra Thong (Golden Buddha), one of the unseen in Phuket. Next, travel to Thalang Chana Suek Memorial and Wat Muang Komanraphat. Their histories are related to the Nine-Armies War.

Baan Bangtao community based tourism, Choeng Thale sub-district, Phuket
  • 07 May
  • Choeng Thale
  • 1852

“Beautiful beach, clear water, sweet pineapple, and delicious Khao Yam!”

Welcome everyone to Baan Bangtao, Choeng Thale sub-district. Bangtao has all the beautiful natural features; mountains, waterfalls, and the beach with fine white sand. This location is quite peaceful and private, suitable for relaxation. Mostly, people in the village still work in the indigenous professions such as agriculture, rubber plantation, fishery, livestock, raising goats and cattle.

Lipon Tai Community Based Tourism
  • 07 May
  • Si Sunthon
  • 1721

The slogan of the Baan Lipon Tai community is "Lipon Tai, unity, two heroines, variety of goods, inheriting culture, and adopting the philosophy of sufficiency economy." Baan Lipon Tai is regarded as the land of love and unity. Its development was driven by people in the community. The sufficiency economy learning center was established by the cooperation of local women's groups in the community and reinforced by the provincial community development office of Phuket and the government agencies' support. Nowadays, the learning center has encouraged people in the community to apply the sufficiency economy in their area, such as raising black chickens, rice farming, backyard gardening, and the local food processing; Nam Prik (chili paste), Tai Pla Haeng (dried fish organ paste), and Pla Tum (the local cave fish) or local canned fish.

Baan Manik Community Based Tourism
  • 07 May
  • Si Sunthon
  • 1837

The Bang Niao Dam reservoir is the beautiful viewpoint of Phra Theo and Para mountains. Getting fresh air and admiring the lush forest along the way, this place is suitable for exercise; walking, running, and biking. There are various types of plants such as Toei Dong, Mong Kre, ferns, Ao-yee, konjac, Caladium, Luerd, Djenkol, Burmese grapes, etc. In addition, the traditional careers of people in this community are labor, rubber tapping, mining, and farming. The surrounding scenery of ​​Bang Niao Dam reservoir is very beautiful. It’s suitable for a morning and evening’s exercise. Normally, the villagers will come to exercise in the early morning to get the fresh air around the reservoir.

Baan Tha Chatchai Community Based Tourism
  • 07 May
  • Mai Khao
  • 1785

There’s a saying about Tha Chatchai that...

While taking a long tail boat passing under the “Sarasin bridge”, you can pray for good love. Visiting the home of Moken, the sea gypsies, kayaking and learning about the ecosystem

Speaking of Phuket, many people absolutely think of beautiful beaches and turquoise blue sea. But who knows this province might have some interesting things hidden in “Baan Tha Chatchai”, there are so many stories for you to enjoy learning while traveling, as the slogan

"the frontier city, the legend of Sarasin love, the Moken’s home, land of culture"

Destinations for

Attractions

Mai Khao Beach
  • 25 May
  • Mai Khao
  • 927

Mai Khao Beach

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Mai Khao Beach is located in the Thalang District, Phuket Province. It is considered to be the longest beach in Phuket. The line of the beach will continue from Nai Yang Beach through the airport until the end of Sai Kaew Beach. It is a popular spot to see planes landing up close. Most tourists like to take pictures while chilling on the beach, but it's not popular for swimming. Because in this area, the water is quite deep, the beaches are narrow and shallow, making it dangerous.

Promthep Cape
  • 24 May
  • Rawai
  • 1785

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.

Karon view point
  • 23 May
  • Karon
  • 1019

Karon view point

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Karon Viewpoint, also known as Sam Ao Viewpoint, is a viewpoint on a hill which its nickname is derived from being able to see up to 3 beaches from this viewpoint, including Kata Noi Beach, Kata, and Karon. Besides that, you can also see the gradation of the sea as well. It's very beautiful.

Phuket Walking Street "Lard-Yai"
  • 23 May
  • Talat Yai
  • 1940

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.

Thanon Dibuk
  • 23 May
  • Talat Yai
  • 1021

Thanon Dibuk

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Talking about the old town Many people who have visited Phuket will think of Thalang Road most of the time, but in fact, the old Phuket area still has territory, including other roads. Thalang Road is not as interesting as Thalang Road. In particular, Dibuk Road, which is a road that runs parallel to Thalang Road and Krabi Road, is home to old houses and shophouses that line both sides of the road. For those who are fascinated with the classic beauty of colonial-style buildings, you will see stucco patterns, door frames, windows, vents, and door panels, which are the unique architectural styles of Phuket Old Town.

Soi Rommani
  • 23 May
  • Talat Yai
  • 2188

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.

WOO Gallery & Boutique Hotel
  • 23 May
  • Talat Yai
  • 1992

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.

Saeng Tham Shrine
  • 23 May
  • Talat Yai
  • 1303

Saengtham Shrine, or in Chinese Hokkien called the shrine or Xingjiakong Shrine, is another old shrine in Phuket. which is hundreds of years old. It is located in a small alley on Phang Nga Road. This shrine was built in 1891 by Luang Amnat Nararak (Tan Khuat) to house a Chinese deity that was originally revered by his family. using it as a place of worship, including using it as a meeting center for relatives.

Elder
  • 23 May
  • Talat Yai
  • 2044

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.

Peranakannitat Museum
  • 23 May
  • Talat Yai
  • 1806

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.

Phuket Thai Hua Museum
  • 23 May
  • Talat Nuea
  • 1010

Phuket Thai Hua Museum. It is a museum dedicated to the history and origins of the Chinese people, who migrated and migrated to Phuket. Let the children of Chinese and Thai people know the origin of their ancestors correctly. in order to realize the true self and for tourists and foreigners to have the opportunity to study and understand the way of life, behavior, and habits of Phuket people, including being the center of education. Research information related to the history of Phuket.

Destinations for

Accommodations

Snooze Inn Phuket
  • 22 May
  • Pa Khlok
  • 1137

Snooze Inn Phuket offers accommodation in Ban Pa Khlok. Free WiFi is available, and the property's staff can arrange airport transfers.

NA SIAM Guesthouse & Travel Phuket hotels, Phuket accommodation, Phuket travel
  • 22 May
  • Talat Yai
  • 1052

Travel to Phuket to the fullest. When staying at Na Siam Guesthouse, located in the heart of the city, It is surrounded by many attractions. Visitors can travel from the accommodation to various attractions. easily. Learn about true Phuket culture easily by staying at Na Siam Guesthouse, located only 10.0 kilometers from Bangla Road.

Destinations for

Restaurants

Bann92
  • 23 May
  • Talat Yai
  • 1229

Bann92

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Bann92, an old house on Phuket's Thalang Road and Cultural Road, this is an antiques museum decorated with Phuket collectibles. It is a learning center about Phuket food. which is open to welcoming tourists from all over the world all the time. The front of the house is now a cafe for passers-by on Thalang Road. Have a seat to cool down.

Ban Bang Rong Community Kitchen
  • 22 May
  • Pa Khlok
  • 1070

Restaurant Ban Bang Rong Community Kitchen Located at Village No. 3, Pa Khlok Subdistrict, Thalang District, Phuket Province, It is a restaurant on a raft along the bank of Khlong Bang Rong. Among the abundant mangrove forest scenery, at this point, you can go canoeing to see the Khlong Bang Rong mangrove ecosystem. Watch the fish raised in cages, raising shells, etc. There is a nature trail. And most importantly, there is a community kitchen restaurant at Ban Bang Rong. It serves fresh seafood and regional cuisine and is open daily. for service from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Contact us at 089-8724394.

Tukabkhao Phuket Local food restaurant
  • 22 May
  • Talat Yai
  • 1093

The pantry represents the deliciousness and flavor we are familiar with.

Destinations for

Trips

Phuket Old Town Community Tour
  • 23 May
  • 2047

Phuket Thai Hua Museum. It is a museum dedicated to the history and origins of the Chinese people, who migrated and migrated to Phuket. Let the children of Chinese and Thai people know the origin of their ancestors correctly. in order to realize the true self and for tourists and foreigners to have the opportunity to study and understand the way of life, behavior, and habits of Phuket people, including being the center of education. Research information related to the history of Phuket.

Peranakannitas Museum. 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. of stories that tell the history of Phuket Town.

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2. Phuket E-MAGAZINE

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