Arpong is one of Phuket famous local desserts. It is not Phuket genuine dessert but Malaysian’s “Kanom Bueng”.
“Loba” is one of the most famous local food in Phuket, produced from pork; pig’s head, offal (pot-stewed pork), then deep fried all ingredients. Having local sauce (sweet & sour) accompany with “Loba” is the great food ever.
The top secret of “Loba” is focused on ingredients’ freshness and sweet and sour dipping.
If you have a chance to get to Yaowarat Road, visit this restaurant is a must.
Daily open: noon until 4 pm. or 5 pm.
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If you get a chance to go to Dusit Thani Laguna Phuket, it would be great to visit La Trattoria restaurant – but how?
Have you ever tasted local food at a good restaurant in Phuket?
There are a lot of ingredients in this “Fried dried noodle” or “Mea Phad Hok Kien” – pork, squid, fish ball, egg and of course local noodle. At the corner of Siam intersection (Dibuk Road and Yaowarat Road), there is a famous restaurant which is providing various local menus including “Mea Pha Hok Kien”, this restaurant has been opened in Phuket since 1969.
With particular attentiveness of food – they really care for every ingredient that makes differences with other restaurants – fresh meat and sea food are special elements for every dishe. Prices are not expensive and go with portion of food.
Everyday around 12.00 hrs, the restaurant always is filled with customers as usual – what if you come at that time and smelling from the food – I bet! you could eat a horse.
P.s. Daily open 11.00 – 17.00 (except Tuesday)
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Phuket’s new tourist attraction – The Big Buddha
The Big Buddha or “Prahputtamingmongkol Eaknakakeeree” an official name given by the supreme patriarch of the Buddhist Church, the project was conceived by a group of local Buddhist called “Prahputtamingmongkol Sadtah 45 Foundation” in 2002.
Little voices to Mothers on Thailand Mother’s day
August 12 is Her Majesty Queen Sirikit Royal Birthday Anniversary. We join all loyal and devoted subjects of the kingdom in wishing Her Majesty the Queen a long life of good health and happiness.
In Mother’s Day, Thais normally give white jasmine garland to mothers. The idea came about because of the flower’s decent properties – it’s soft and pure white and has a long-lasting, sweet smell. It is traditionally believed that white jasmine represents the selfless virtue of a mother who thinks more about the needs, happiness and wants of other people than about herself.
Phuketindex.com had a chance to talk with 3 lovely students. What do they want to tell their mums?
Juthatip Tanpradit (Fon), Mattayom 2 Student from Satree Phuket School
“My mum is absolutely gorgeous. She’s so smart. I love mum the way she is even if sometime she’s too much worry about me. I love my mum and hope that she’s healthy, wealthy, and being with me forever.”
Julaluck Pimarn (Nan), Mattayom 6 Student from Satree Phuket School
“Mum always trust in me. No matter what I do, she knows I never disappointed her. She’s very kind and I do think she’s my best friend. We talk, share, and care to each other. I promise that I’ll be your good daughter as always. I love you mum.”
Jaruwat Cheaw-aram (Dome), Mattayom 6 Student from Phuket Wittayalai School
“Mum lets me walk my own way. I have freedom to think and do whatever I want to do. She always gives me good suggestions. I can say that I never say I love her but I know she knows I love her every minute of my life. Thanks mum, you’re always the best.”
Phuketindex.com had an enlightening chat with Patsada Sathacharoen or Khun Gift, Marcom Manager of Millennium Resort Patong, Phuket
Mr. Sethaphan Buddhani
Director of Tourism Authority of Thailand, Phuket Office
When we were children most of us dreamed about riches, big houses, fast cars or something similar, but Khun Sethaphan Buddhani, the incumbent Director of Tourism for Phuket did not. From an early age he became aware of the inequalities in life and developed a deep concern for the poorest members of Thai society.