The total number of tourists visiting Phuket in 2014 is estimated at 13 million,
A sundial is a device that tells the time of day by the position of the Sun.
Tourism Authority of Thailand, Phuket Office data stated that the estimated length
Built around 1902, Wat Kosit Wiharn, is carved into a hillside on the outskirts of Phuket Town. The temple provides great views across Phuket Town and to one of the largest Buddhist cemeteries on the island.
Airport of Thailand figures for 2014 revealed that 11.27 million passengers passed through Phuket International Airport
Located in the Paklok area of Phuket, Wat Tha Sak is an old temple situated close to the sea and surrounded by trees
According from Thai Hotels Association – Southern Chapter, the hotel occupancy rate in Phuket in October 2014 was approximately 65-70%
Located on the west side of Phuket Island, Khao Toh Sae (Toh Sae Mountain) is the island’s highest peak at approximately 250 meters
The new Phuket City View Point at Khao Rang was the idea of the Phuket Municipality
Nam Prik Kung Siap or Chilli Paste with Shrimp is a must try popular dish.
The most important relics in the Phra Nang Sang temple are three ancient tin Buddha images.
Following the death of Khun Phongjaree Tannapai the Tannapai family a chapel in which to keep her bones.