What to see in Phuket | Make your trip memorable

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Eventhough there’s a lot of information available on the internet, a question arises in every ones mind before backpacking for your vaction i.e what to see in phuket, what to do in phuket. I made a list of things to see in phuket before i backpacked and i’m sharing here, this can be helpful for your holidaying.
what to see in phuket

The island is teeming with alluring sights, attractions and curiosities that may seem perfectly reasonable to locals but are riveting to the western mindset. Some, like Phang Nga Bay, are wonders of Nature while others, such as Phuket FantaSea are most definitely contrived by man. Either way, they’re out there waiting for you.

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Phuket Fantasea's

It’s wacky but fun and very skillfully done. Trapeze artists, elephants on stage and pyrotechnics, amalgamate in a Las Vegas-style show. You’ll see nothing else like it anywhere on the planet. Combining traditional Thai myths with disposition, fantasy and a loose plotline that keeps getting more and more mind-boggling, FantaSea’s extravaganza is a highly entertaining and engrossing show that one shouldn’t miss.

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Phuket Fantasea, Image credits: wikimedia

Bangla road nightlife

There are little things in this world to prepare you for an after dark stroll along Patong’s Bangla Road. Nevertheless, a sense of humour and an open mind are imperative if you are looking to have some fun. In fact, there’s only one indisputable and undeniable fact about Bangla, it’s nothing like home. With its ladyboys, exotic girls, enchanted westerners (mostly male) and enough extroverts to fill a Disney cast of thousands, shopping and sipping a beer at Bangla Road at night is certainly a ‘Dear Diary’ moment.

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Phuket nightlife, Image credits:wikimedia

Phang Nga Bay

Phang Nga Bay is unique. A day out here is an obsessive experience that will definitely get you thinking. A characteristic feature of the bay is the sheer limestone cliffs that project vertically out of the emerald-green waters. These islands are abode to sheltered fauna that is possible to observe on individual tours. James Bond Island and Koh Panyee are just two of the more famous spots in this bay.

Slow Down and enjoy yourself a little more

Simon Cabaret

Simon Cabaret – probably the largest transvestite cabaret show to be found locally. This show features an impressive musical floor show performed by the iconic ladyboys of Simon Cabaret. See for yourself – guys, can you tell the dissimilarity? And ladies – wouldn’t you just die for a figure like that? Fabulous costumes, glitzy and fun.

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Simon Cabaret, Image credits: wikimedia

Old Phuket town

Sino-Portuguese brilliance and funky shops in the most unlikely places will surprise and relish you in the heart of Phuket’s sleepy provincial capital. Phuket town offers much more than you think with some magnificent restaurants and local sights. The unique blend of colonial and Chinese architecture along with a tangible quaintness makes for an enchanting and unforgettable afternoon spent sauntering around Phuket’s Old Town. Expect the unexpected and don’t forget your camera.

Wat Chalong

Is one of Phuket’s most famed temple and attended by thousands each year? It’s beautifully adorned with infinite reflections from hundreds of teeny glass pieces and several pagodas. On specific holidays Wat Chalong hosts ‘country fairs’ with an authentic local flavour where you can procure anything and snack on Thai food to your heart’s content. Wat Chalong has an engaging history and is Phuket Island’s spiritual centre.

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Big Buddha

Big Buddha can be seen from most of the south of Phuket, it is a recent arrival to the island. The image is placed on the top of the Nakkerd Hills and looks down over Chalong, Kata and Rawai. It took 30 million baht to construct and is 45 metres high. Adjacent to it stands a small, golden image that is actually made of brass and there is a sanctuary near the site’s car park. The drive up to the Big Buddha takes you through the ‘original’ Thailand, and the view from the top is embellished if you make a map to identify the many, many sights.

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Big Buddha

What to do in Phuket

Spend a day on Phi Phi island

The Phi Phi Islands are an island group in Thailand, between the large island of Phuket and the western Strait of Malacca coast of the mainland. The islands are administratively part of Krabi province. Ko Phi Phi Don is the grandest island of the group, and is the well-populated island of the group, even though the beaches of the second gigantic island, Ko Phi Phi Lee, are tripped by many people as well. Remaining islands in the group, including Bida Nok, Bida Noi, and Bamboo Island (Ko Mai Phai), are not much more than huge limestone rocks jutting out of the sea. The Islands are accessible by speedboats or Long-tail boats most often from Krabi Town or from various piers in Phuket Province.

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Phi Phi Island

To recapitulate: Phuket is one of the most searched destination in thailand. Perfect plan should be made and executed to make the trip memorable. Hope, now you know what to see in phuket very well. what are you waiting for, start planning your trip hodophile.

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Shiva Shanker

I am a travel blogger, YouTuber, and Dietician. Thank you for being here and I hope you will join me on my adventures through my blog!

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