Promthep Cape at the southernmost point of Phuket island seems to be an absolutely irresistible spot for a good old-fashioned sunset photo. This landmark has always been the meeting point for a good hundred tourists, mostly Thai, to line up
One thing that is not lacking for tourism in Phuket is Phuket Traditional food. You don't miss the delicious local food which have the unique taste and a long time inherited cooking. Today, we will present a few delectable cuisines
Be it far from us to tell you what to do in Phuket but there are some gems that you really should not miss out on seeing while on your visit here, and we don't mean the kind sold at the jewellers…
Phuket's great advantage is that there's always something to do on and off the island whether it's raining or shining. From the sublime to the seemingly profane, the range of activities and places to visit is remarkable for a destination of this size. Here are our Top Ten 'Must See' choices, built on popular vote. If you only get through half of these destinations you'll have had an unforgettable holiday. Go for it.
Although there are no large rivers on Phuket, nearby Phang Nga province is a good place to enjoy this eco-friendly adventure sport. Most rafting trips take place on the Khlong Song Phraek stream in the Ton Pariwat Wildlife Sanctuary, not
Elephant trekking can be a memorable experience not to be missed during your stay in Phuket, especially for children. There are numerous elephant camps around Phuket that provide an opportunity to ride on an elephant along a trail through jungle
Sea canoe trips are available as one-day tours or more extended tours involving overnight camping. The majority of the trips take place in neighbouring Phang Nga Bay and Krabi, where mangrove swamps, cliff-lined lagoons and sea caves can only be