Phuket FantaSea situated in Kamala on the Island of Phuket is a cultural theme park with at its heart a great show that uses state of the art technology to tell the story of Ancient Thailand and its cultural heritage. It is an all inclusive great evening out.
Simon Cabaret is a fun show, most people just try to spot any masculinity signs on the dancers, or guess if they would be fooled if they were to meet one of them in a normal environment.
Phuket beaches are perhaps the biggest draw of the island. With Phuket such a relatively large island, there are a large number of beaches vying for your attention. Phuket beaches range from the overcrowded and the overdeveloped to the secluded and beautiful
Where you end up will probably determine what impression of Phuket you take away with you. Patong Beach is famous for its nightlife and party scene, while lesser-known Phuket beaches such as Mai Khao Beach are known only for their magnificent scenery.
The majority of Phuket beaches are located along the west coast of the island moving down to the south. The most popular beaches are usually the ones you will want to avoid if you’re idea of heaven is unspoiled golden sand and crystal-clear water.
Most of the Phuket beaches are easy enough to reach by car, motorbike or public transport. Take your pick of Phuket beaches and discover what the island has to offer.
Buddhist Temples in Phuket
Most of Phuket's population is Thai-Buddhist and there are close to 40 Buddhist Temples (or 'wat' in Thai) located all over the island. Some wats are quite new but some have a long history going back more than 100 years or even longer.
Such places include Wat Pra-nang Sang and Wat Srisoonthorn in Thalang, Wat Karon and the most famous wat in Phuket, Wat Chalong.
Besides admiring their beautiful architectural features, visitors will also learn from just a short visit about the strong connection between wats and the island's everyday life; an experience not to be missed.