Kanom Keam-Koiy is the Thai version of the popular Vietnamese Banh Beo rice flour cakes.
Arpong is one of Phuket famous local desserts. It is not Phuket genuine dessert but Malaysian’s “Kanom Bueng”.
Kanom Kosui a saucer shaped steamed rice cake, flavored with either pandan juice or brown sugar.
Klong Mudong, a large tidal estuary that flows into the mangroves along Phang Nga Bay on Phuket’s east coast. The natural scenery here has inspired many artists and been the focus of several photo contests.The Klong Mudong area and the Khao Kad viewpoint is popular among local residents and tourists as a haven away from the busy beach areas on Phuket’s west coast.
Batik Fabric is a technique of manual wax-resist dyeing applied to whole cloth,
Keang Tai Pla or Fish Entrails Curry is a popular southern food with a spicy and salty taste.
A must-do in Phuket is a walk in the old part of Phuket City, around Thalang, Dibuk and Krabi roads.
The statue of Phuket’s Governor Phraya Ratsadanupradit that was erected in his honour at Khao Rang hill in Phuket.
A Song Taew, which basically translates as “two rows”, is a converted pick-up truck or lorry that acts as a taxi.
Pla Ching Chang (Dried Anchovies) are made from small anchovies that have been boiled and then sun-dried.
White steamed buns called ‘salapao’ are a popular snack in Thailand.
A famous local pastry with green bean or salted egg filling, taste great with tea or coffee.