If you’re a real Phuket fan, you’ll know a lot about Phuket, about its beaches, restaurants, and especially fun facts about Phuket Old Town. So we challenge you to answer a couple of questions: Who is the kindest grandma on Thalang road? Where does the name Rommanee come from? Like to find out more? Visit Museum Phuket Museum and you’ll find out the answers to these questions and a lot more amazing facts that you never knew before.
If you’re not a beach person and rainy days bore you, let’s have a look at some exciting high-blood-pressure activities in Phuket.
There’s a black Thai house, almost hidden in the centre of a peaceful and mysterious body of water surrounded by trees. When twilight approaches lanterns are lit and the floating house glows magically. This is Black Ginger.
Photos are the best testimony of the past and can sometimes say much more than a work of art. Time passes, and technology develops more and more while simpler forms of photography are forgotten. The ‘glass plate’ development process was the foundation of photography and for enthusiasts of this era there’s no better place to visit than the curiously named Phuket Glass Plates Museum.