Phuket Thai Hua Museum is one of the best places on the island to learn more about Phuket’s past.
In Phuket, there are more shrines than temples. These shrines are sacred places for Chinese-Thais. During the Vegetarian Festival devotees refrain from eating all kinds of meat and dairy products and become vegetarian. A highlight of the festival is to visit Phuket’s main shrines to pray for help in the coming year. Each god has its own particular strength and power and praying to the right god and asking for the right things will ensure success.
The last day of 2017 is on its way. Many people may have already made plans for the long weekend of this New Year’s Eve but for those who haven’t here are some suggestions for sunset locations at which to celebrate the last day of the year.
When talking about Phuket Old Town, most people immediately think of Thalang Road. But the truth is there’s more to Phuket Town than that. One of the recommended roads in Phuket Town to explore beside Thalang Road is Dibuk Road. It runs parallel to Thalang and Krabi roads and features Sino-colonial architecture along both sides of the road.