Ka Jok See
Suay Cooking School
Learn from one of Phuket's top chefs at the most laid-back, soulful and fun cooking school around. Noy Tammasak will lead you through...
Opened in 1961 by the then tin-mining Phuket Chinese–Thai Thavorn Wong Wongse family, the Thavorn was Phuket's original five-star. It's...
Shrine of the Serene Light
A handful of Chinese temples pump colour into Phuket Town, but this restored shrine, tucked away up a 50m alley, is particularly...
A youthful all-Thai clientele crams into this bubbly, blue-lit, comic-covered space for mellow live music enjoyed with Thai and...
Fabulous fusion at this converted house, just south of old town proper, means mouth-melting glass noodle salad, bright pomelo salad with...
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Ka Jok See information
Dripping with Old Phuket charm and the owner’s fabulous trinket collection, this intimate century-old house has two identities: half glamorous eatery, half crazy party venue. There's good Thai food, but once the tables are cleared it becomes a bohemian madhouse party with top-notch music and – if you’re lucky – some sensationally extravagant cabaret. Book a month or two ahead. There's no sign.