For spiritual-minded folks, we have five special things in Phuket to recommend to you. Nowadays, many people are struggling to survive during the COVID-19 crisis. If you’ve tried everything and things still don’t work out, then maybe it’s time to turn to higher powers. Here are a few suggestions to make your second half of […]
Phuket’s nine-day Vegetarian Festival is about to start and lasts from 29th September – 7th October. The traditional yellow flags will flap everywhere in Phuket Town. Shrines are preparing the sacred rituals of the festival which has been celebrated for as long as people can remember. So much so that the event was announced a […]
For our next destination in our ‘Michelin Guide’ series in Phuket E-magazine we’d like to recommend Jongjit Kitchen, a local restaurant located in Nai Thu near Kathu Shrine.
Batik is a typical local fabric from the southern part of Thailand and its neighbouring countries. Phuket has adapted this colourful outfit inspired by the Chinese from Penang, Malacca, and Singapore. At the present time, Phuket’s local outfit consists of a Chinese shirt called a ‘Nyonya’ or ‘Baba’ with a batik sarong like Malaysian people for the lower half of the combination. This dress arrangement makes Phuket’s local outfit different from other parts of Thailand.