It gets busy down on Thalang Road with its shops, restaurants and throngs of visitors. However it wasn’t always this way. Things were decidedly tranquil in the past. But still you can get a glimpse of how things were in the past if you take a careful look around. For example, the Woo Gallery & […]
Phuket’s culture is very unique, a rich mixture of religions and races. So it comes as no surprise that the island’s architecture is eclectic, with influences from China, Europe, and of course Thailand. It goes without saying that Phuket also has an interesting mixture of dialects and of course food. Phuket E Magazine would like you to experience another side of this rich culture melting pot via the beautiful hotels which we called Baba-Yaya style hotel.