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Phuket’s Colourful Batik

Batik is a typical local fabric from the southern part of Thailand and its neighbouring countries. Phuket has adapted this colourful outfit inspired by the Chinese from Penang, Malacca, and Singapore. At the present time, Phuket’s local outfit consists of a Chinese shirt called a ‘Nyonya’ or ‘Baba’ with a batik sarong like Malaysian people for the lower half of the combination. This dress arrangement makes Phuket’s local outfit different from other parts of Thailand. 

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From School to Museum … @ Phuket Thai-Hua Museum

Phuket Thai Hua Museum is one of the best places on the island to learn more about Phuket’s past.

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Phuket Guide Book Eng ver. & Chinese ver.

Phuket Guide Book by Tourism Authority of Thailand, Phuket Office, 191 Thalang, Tambon Taladyai, Amphoe Mueang Phuket, Phuket, 83000 Tel.076211036, 076212213 Email : tatphuket@tat.or.th www.phuketemagazine.com

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Let’s go into the jungle and jump over the trees

For some folks, chilling on the beach is simply not enough… it’s too boring! Phuket E Magazine would like to make an alternative suggestion; swinging through the jungle like Tarzan on a zipline! In Phuket there are several companies to choose from when it comes to this exciting activity.

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