This district is full of lavish colonial mansions, historical streets and tiny charming cafés and restaurants - ideal for a stroll!
The highest hill in the town of Phuket provides a truly wonderful view of the area.
Situated at the top Khao Rang Hill, this temple is a hidden gem. Though the complex is not small in size, the street leading to it is not…
Climb this hill to get on of the most wonderful views of Phuket. Having a drink or a meal on the top is very, very rewarding.
One of the oldest shrines around, this colourful place of worship is dedicated to the God of dancers and performers.
This temple is famous for the large statue of reclining Buddha - so unusual in this part of Thailand.
This market operates during weekend nights. Come here for a variety of goods such as shoes, clothes or cheap electronics - expect a lot of…
What used to be a red light district in the past has become a charming lane lined with Chinese and Portuguese shops. Not to be missed out!
The lavish Sino-Portuguese mansion is open to public. Don't miss out the opportunity to see its remarkable interior.
The oldest temple on the island dates at least 200 years back. Observe the locals still performing the traditional rituals.
Popular partying venue where local, tourist and expat crowd mix. Live music almost every night.
Located in Phuket Town, Win Backpacker Hostel is a 10-minute drive from Phuket Bus Terminal 1 and Central Festival Department Store.