‘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.
Tai Zun Aun on Dibuk Road stands out from other buildings in the area as most other houses have been renovated and in some ways reflect the modern era but this house is unique. If you take a peek in from the outside, you’ll see genuine tools from a bygone era and a big old fireplace with a stove. You’ll also see a shirtless man striking hot iron on with a hammer. This is Tai Zun Aun – the last blacksmith shop in Phuket Town. Dibuk Road used to be a famous thoroughfare for blacksmiths during Phuket’s tin-mining era and this last survivor is run by Mr. Manu Lohlohakarn or ‘Uncle Po’.
Pale skinny bodies are out; healthy tanned bodies are in. Internet icons such as Alita Pear or Happy Nancy love to have cool outdoor lifestyles, enjoying Pilates, rock climbing and scuba diving. But there’s one more healthy sport that you may fall in love with: Surfing.