Every September, Phuket celebrates the ‘Por Tor festival’. The Chinese-Thai who live in Phuket set up sacrificial dining tables in their house, at markets, and in temples to pay respect to their ancestors. Besides the sacrificial offerings that you normally find in related ceremonies such as candles, incense, tea, food, desserts and fruit, during the Por Tor festival there is also red rice turtle cake as well.
Are you a workaholic? Addicted to work, forgetting to enjoy life, ignoring good quality food, never going to the gym and stressed out all the time? Well, maybe you should take a short trip to Phuket, spend some good quality time with yourself, eat nutritious food, get some exercise and relax your mind a bit. Take some quality time with your body and mind before you end up in the hospital when it’s too late. In Phuket there are excellent wellness resorts and packages that are perfect to put you on the road to wellness. Here are some of the best:
‘You are what you eat’, as the saying goes, as your body will literally become what you have just eaten. Nowadays people are becoming more and more aware about what they eat and that’s a good thing. There are many healthy restaurants opening in Phuket to meet the need. Phuket E Magazine focusses on the top restaurants that are sticking to the concept of ‘Farm to Table’ for you. Here are some outstanding examples.