The loveable character of dolphins makes people fall in love with them. At Dolphin Bay Phuket, the only dolphinarium in Phuket, you can get the chance to meet dolphin and seals.
For those who enjoy shopping, a visit to Phuket’s ‘Naka Weekend Market’ is an absolute must. It’s the biggest open market in Phuket and is known locally as ‘Ta-lad Tai Rod’ or ‘Ta-lad Chao-Fa Variety’. Nowadays, this weekend market is one of the main tourism attractions on the island and it certainly is a colourful experience. The market offers many different kinds of products divided into categories.
The long school holidays are the best time for family trips on which parents can show their children around the island and explore. One of the main factors that influence parents to choose their hotel is the hotel’s facilities so that they’ll be confident enough that their children will be have a good and safe holiday. Phuket E Magazine recommends the top five kids’ clubs in Phuket.
One of the most rewarding things to do when visiting Phuket Town is to search out and admire its street art murals. You’ll easily find the famous Red Tortoise and the Lion at the entrance to the Chinese shrine, as well as ‘Uncle’ and ‘Auntie’ selling o-taw if you wander through Phuket Old Town but there are new additions this year from local young artists as the ‘So Phuket’ team opens up opportunities for artists.