Central Phuket – Central Festival Shopping Mall

Central Phuket (Central Festival Phuket) is one of the few mega malls on the island (the other famous one being Jungceylon) and is a great stop for a rainy day. It had a bit of a slow start but soon gained a popularity. They soon opened another wing across the street, mostly hosting Home Works, Tops Supermaket

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Jungceylon Phuket Shopping Mall in Patong

What to Do at Jungceylon? Jungceylon Phuket in Patong is still the largest shopping mall on the island. It’s almost a city within a city with a lot of souvenirs shops and foot massage on the lower floor, many restaurants a lot of attractions on the upper levels. Jungceylon is a perfect hideaway for tourists when it rains,

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Songkran Festival 2019 in Phuket – April 13 to 15

Songkran in Phuket happens between April 13 to 15, 2019 (dates vary depending on the regions of Thailand). So, what is this Songkran Festival everyone is talking about lately?

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Elephant Jungle Sanctuary Phuket ▷ Play with Elephants in Phuket

The Elephant Jungle Sanctuary Phuket allows visitors to get close to elephants in an ethical and fun way. Here, no one rides the animals; the old controversial elephant trekking time is over. In an Elephant Sanctuary you feed, play and bathe adults and baby elephants in a way you never experienced before.

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10 Best Thai Food in Phuket – Thai Dishes to Try on Your First Trip to Phuket

Thai food doesn’t need an introduction anymore. If you reached this page you probably already heard plenty about it, and a thousand blogs talk about it at length. The list of Thai dishes available in Thailand is incredibly vast, and I’m not an authority in Thai cooking, but just like you, we love eating local

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Phuket Walking Street Weekend Market

Phuket Walking Street and weekend market is called ‘Lard Yai’ by locals and is now the most popular attraction in Phuket Town. This weekend street market was an instant success, adding a much-needed event to the historical part of town. Every Sunday from 4 pm to 9 pm (and often beyond) the once quiet Thalang Road

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