Shrine of the Serene Light
A handful of Chinese temples inject some colour into the area but the Shrine of the Serene Light, tucked away at the end of a 50m alley...
Rinda Magical Art
Want to smile? Step inside this swirling mélange of whimsical surrealism. The 30-something owner artists are a joy to chat with. They...
If you’re into Buddhist art you’ll love these slick, well-thought-out pieces steeped in regional and ethereal beauty. There are neon...
This small but colourful Old Town bar is decorated with framed singles and LPs – Peter Frampton, Stevie Wonder, Van Halen, Survivor,...
This authentic Italian restaurant (chequered tablecloths, giant pepper grinders, opera and a portly owner) cooks up all of Mama’s...
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Lonely Planet review
One of Phuket’s most stylish gems is set in an 80-year-old Sino-Portuguese relic and specialises in Thai cuisine – including classic recipes rarely seen these days, with a French-international twist. Meals are plated on gorgeous china, the room itself is glorious and the food is exceptional.