Let’s begin the month of love with desserts that are traditionally used in Chinese-Thai or Phuketian ceremonies. In the past they usually held the wedding ceremony at home and made lots of different kinds of desserts for guests. Each dessert symbolized love and marriage implying a positive future for the bride and the groom in their married life. Nowadays, these traditional desserts are not difficult to find. This coming Valentine is a good chance to try out these 11 auspicious Thai desserts instead of the usual desserts such as chocolate. Your lover will be both happy and blessed by these 11 auspicious Thai desserts.
A major event during the Chinese New Year, the ‘Memory of Phuket Town Festival’ has been organized and celebrated for the past 18 years. It’s considered as a pivotal event by Phuket authorities to promote Phuket Old Town and its culture for younger generations and it also promotes Phuket’s economy and tourism industry. This year […]
Phuket enjoys clement and sunny weather during the first few months of each year with cool north-easterly breezes and practically no rain. It’s the best time of year to enjoy sunset dining so here’s a list of what we consider the best restaurants at which to dine while enjoying the best free show on earth: […]
Phuket’s ‘Old Town’ is well known for its classic Sino-Portuguese architecture but nowadays there’s another reason to take a stroll around downtown: Street Art. Both local and international artists have contributed works and the resulting street art is part of a ‘FAT’ project (Food Art Town in Phuket). The artwork is located in a compact section of town, making it easy to go from piece to piece taking photos. Here’s a description of some of the works and where to find them.