In 2004 land prices in Ao Maprao and Ao Po were 2 million baht per rai
Eiw-pung is fried rice with shrimp, seasoned with Chinese-Hokkien style soy sauce and garnished with roasted pork, onion and eggs.
Phuket Provincial Transport Office figures reveal that in 2013 there were a total of 71 BMW cars sold in Phuket 64 1801-2000CC cars and 7 over 2001CC cars.
Kanom Bu-lu or Kanom Khai is a pastry snack which is very popular. It has a cake-like texture and tastes delicious.
Mor-Ji is a round shaped lump of soft pliable dough sprinkled with flour and filled with ground peanuts mixed with sugar.
The Chief of Sirinat National Park has revealed that 287 people own a total of 3,000 rai of land within Sirinat National Park or Nai Yang beach.
Figures released by Pa Klok Municipality shows us that approximately 2,000 tourists visit Ao Por Beach per day.
Figures released by Phuket Provincial Agricultural Extension Office shows us that in 2013.
Chai-Thao-Koi (Phuket Radish Cake) is a snack that originates from China where it is known by a variety of names depending on region.
Hoo-Shair is a Phuket-style salad comprising of lettuce, carrots, cucumbers, seeds and boiled corn and topped with a sweet chili sauce.
Kanom See-Kha or Bay-hay-Jee, is very similar to Pa Tong Go or Jia Koi
Airports of Thailand have revealed that in 2018 Phuket International Airport will expect to see 18 million arrivals.