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Big buddha - Phuket Big Buddha (Phra Phutta Ming Mongkol Akenakiri or Ming Mongkol Buddha), is on the peak of mount Nagakerd, Subdistrict Karon. Big Buddha Statue width: 25.45 m. height: 45 m. Reinforced concrete structure adorned with white Burmese jade marble. The weight of the white jade marble is approximately 135 tons per 2,500 sq.m. You can even purchase a break or marble tile and sign your names to be places forever inside the Big Buddha. The name “Phraphutthamingmongkhol-akenagakhiri” was later granted and appointed as the Buddha statue a treasure of Muang Phuket by Somdech Phra Yanasangvara, The Supreme Patriarch of Thailand on August 19, 2008. This was accepted with reverence by Mr.Suporn Wanichakul, the president of the corporation creating the Buddha statue. Phuket Big Buddha has the best 360 degree views of the southern part of Phuket island, sightseeing of Phuket Town, Kata beach, Karon beach, Chalong Bay. The Phuket Big Buddha is easily reachable by a six kilometre road leading from Phuket's Chaofa road West, just 2 km from Chalong Circle
Phromthep cape - Of all the view points in Phuket Island, the most famous has got to be Laem Phromthep or Phromthep Cape. Whether the actual viewpoint does it’s reputation justice or not is up for debate, but there is no debating the flocks of tourists that congregate to the hilltop every evening at sundown. Starting just a little before sunset until the sun is fully set, lines of buses make their way up the hill to Leam Phromthep. Each day hundreds of tourists from all over the world come to watch what has been described as the most beautiful sunset to be seen in Phuket. It is true that there are extremely beautiful sunsets to be seen at the viewpoint, on a clear day at least. Often times, especially during the monsoon season, there will be distant clouds on the horizon, obscuring the sunset. At times this can enhance the natural beauty as the sky appears to be alight with fire. Other times, it is just a major let down.
Rang hill - Rang Hill (Khao Rang) is found on the north side of Phuket Town and is a popular gathering place for locals in the evenings or at weekends and quite a lot of tours take a quick drive up here too. There are 3 different roads up to the top from the south and east sides of the hill (check the map at the end of the page). The main route starts on Mae Luan road next to the Rang Hill Dental Clinic (which we use!). There's a big sign at the corner saying 'Khao Rang'. The road is shady and well kept. You pass a restaurant called Phuket View on the way up - must try it one day! And finally reach a parking area with a little park in the center at the top of the hill. It is walkable, though a hot walk of about a mile from the bottom. It's not one of Phuket's highest hills, the top is about 140m above sea level, compared to nearby Monkey Hill about 270m high (the one with all the aerials on top) and Phuket's high point is well over 500m above sea level.
Samet Nangshe - Considered one of the most beautiful places in Phang Nga, Thailand. Samet Nangshe Viewpoint offers stunning 180-degree views overlooking Phang Nga Bay and its hundreds of fantastic, limestone formations and small islands. Visitors reach the Viewpoint after a 10 - 20-minute climb up a dirt path. The view is so vast that one photo will not do it justice. Photographers from around the world spend days in order to get the perfect photo of the spectacular sunrises seen from Samet Nangshe Viewpoint, which faces due east. Even at night, the views are amazing and as there is no light pollution, the Milky Way and many constellations are brilliant. It gets quite cool at night, so a light jacket or sweater is recommended along with a torch and mosquito repellent. The view includes about two kilometres of mangrove forest and a chain of islands that stretches as far as the eye can see in both directions. The Samet Nangshe Viewpoint was discovered by Theerasak Saksritawee, a professional photographer whose photos from the hilltop were seen by expatriate Thais and locals. While there may be a small group of visitors at the top, the Viewpoint is still relatively unknown by overseas visitors.
Aquarium phuket - Come and encounter the beautiful creatures from Thailand’s lakes, rivers and the Andaman Sea! We’ll take you on a journey through a variety of habitats including mountains, streams, mangroves, captivating coral reefs and even down to the deep sea! Explore our lively aquatic displays and enjoy the interactive exhibits with fascinating audio and video presentations! Phuket Aquarium is the only public aquarium in the wider region. It is recognized as a major destination on Phuket Island for both foreign and local tourists, attracting around 300,000 visitors each year! You find us easily at the southernmost tip of Cape Panwa, can surrounded by breathtaking scenic bays and islands. Phuket Aquarium was established in 1983 as part of the internationally renowned Phuket Marine Biological Center (PMBC), a research and monitoring station within the Department of Marine and Coastal Resources (DMCR). The aquarium provides means todivulge research results and to promote environmental awareness.
Sarasin Bridge - The Sarasin bridge connects Phuket island to Phang Nga province on the mainland of Thailand. The original 600 meters bridge was built in 1967 and was known to be the scene of some sad love story, the way bridges often do. At the time the bridge wasn’t very high and for many years it was a problem for large boats that had to go all around the island to reach the Andaman Sea. In 2010, a new double lane higher bridge was built parallel to the old one, allowing more road traffic above and bigger ships to pass below.
Wat CHalong - Wat Chalong, or Chalong Temple, built at the beginning on 19th century, Its real name is Wat Chaiyathararam, but you probably won't see it on any road signs. Wat Chalong ( Chalong Temple ) is the largest of Phuket's temples, and the most visited. Locals and many Thai tourists come to pray and pay respects to several revered monks who were the founders of Wat Chalong, among them Luang Pho Cham and Luang Pho Chuang, 2 monks, who led the citizens of Chalong Sub district fighting against the Chinese rebellion in 1876 and with their knowledge of herbal medicine helped the injured. The most recent building on the grounds of Wat Chalong is a 60 meters tall 'Chedi' sheltering a splinter of bone from Buddha. Walls and ceilings are decorated with beautiful painting illustrating the life of Buddha, as well as many donated golden statues. Wat Chalong Chedi is built on three floors so feel free to climb all the way to the top floor terrace to get a nice bird view on the entire temple grounds.
Bang Pae Waterfall - Bang Bae Waterfall is a small waterfall which is located at Khao Phra Thaeo National Park in Thalang, north of Phuket Town. It’s the best places for your family and friends to have a picnic and relax. It is Phuket's biggest waterfall but by international standards it’s quite a small affair. Still, visitors appreciate the cool water, shade and exotic surroundings. Many local hiking enthusiasts hike extensively in the nearby hills and countryside. You can get to Bang Pae by road by taking the exit heading east (Paklok Road) from the Heroines’ Monument on Thepkasattri Road, north of Phuket City. After about 9kms there is a left turn next to an elephant trekking camp. There is also an 8km trail through Khao Phra Thaeo National Park from Ton Sai waterfall to Bang Pae if you feel up to it.
3D museum - Phuket Trickeye 3D Museum offers the opportunity to engage and interact with modern installation art truth its permanent collection and temporary exhibitions that stimulate creativity and imagination. Trickeye museum is an interactive museum with a concept that simulates your creativity and imagination by TROMPEL'OEIL technique through your vision. The time has come when you can enter the picture, which you used to only watch and become a part of the picture yourself ! You are invited to the world of various masterpieces and wonderful three dimensional pictures.