The Chinpracha House, also known as the Blue Elephant Phuket, is a beautifully preserved Sino-Portuguese mansion in Phuket's Old Town.
Coral Island, also known as Koh Hae, is a tropical paradise just a short boat ride from Phuket.
The Kathu Mining Museum offers insight into Phuket's mining history.
Kathu Waterfall is a series of cascading waterfalls set in a lush tropical jungle, making it a fantastic destination for nature lovers and hikers.
Love Art Park, also known as TrueLove@Neverland Phuket, is an outdoor art installation featuring whimsical and romantic sculptures.
The Phuket Aquarium, located in Cape Panwa, is an educational and entertaining experience for all ages.
The Phuket Bird Park is a bird sanctuary and conservation center.
This delightful attraction offers visitors a chance to explore beautifully landscaped gardens while observing a wide variety of butterflies and other insects.
The Sunday Night Market in Phuket's Old Town is a weekly event that transforms the streets into a bustling market.
The Sarasin Bridge connects Phuket to the mainland and is notable for its stunning sunsets.
Sirinat National Park encompasses Nai Yang Beach and Mai Khao Beach, both known for their natural beauty.
The Two Heroines Monument, located near the Sarasin Bridge, commemorates two sisters who played a significant role in protecting Phuket from Burmese invaders during the 18th century.
Wat Phra Thong is a significant Buddhist temple known for its half-buried golden Buddha statue.
Wat Patong is a Buddhist temple that offers a serene and spiritual retreat amidst the lively surroundings of Patong Beach.