Phuket: Phuket town is often overlooked in favour of the beaches, but there's a lot to see and do (and spend your money on!) in this old town full of heritage buildings. Phuket Town features an exciting mix of old and new, simple and sophisticated, peaceful and pulsating. The activity in Phuket Town is nearly around the clock. In the early morning, stoic monks take to the streets on their daily alms rounds and the fresh market buzzes with restaurant owners buying ingredients for the day's meals. Non-stop bustle characterises the daytime, and lasts well into the evening.
Sawasdee! Meet our Guide at your hotel in Phuket town.Proceed to Karon Viewpoint (which used to be Kata viewpoint) is one of the most frequented viewpoints in Phuket. From here, it is possible to take in views of Kata Noi, Kata Yai and Karon beaches. Located between Nai Harn and Kata Noi beaches, the viewpoint is busy most days of the year and is a staple of many tour itineraries.Visit to Phuket's Big Buddha is one of the most important and revered landmarks on the island. The huge image sits on top of the Nakkerd Hills between Chalong and Kata and, at 45 metres tall, can be seen from as far away as Phuket Town and Karon Beach.Then go to Wat Chalong is the largest and most revered. The temple complex was built in its current location in 1837. Some remains of older structures have been found, however it is unknown exactly how old they are. The large grounds of Wat Chalong that is officially named Wat Chaitaram, located in Amphoe Mueng. You can take impressive photos with elephants.Visit Khao Rang Viewpoint. Khao Rang Hill in Phuket Town is one of Phuket's most famous viewpoints. Located to the northwest of the city Centre, its summit offers views out over the town, to the south of the island, neighbouring islands and along the hills forming the 'spine' of the island, upon which sits the impressive Big Buddha.Then we visit to Chino-Portuguese style in Phuket 'Building an ancient Sino - Portugal' Landmark another of Phuket is ideally located in the commercial district. Was inspired by a harmonious blend of Eastern and Western art.The last destination is Windmill Viewpoint is located between Ya Nui and Nai Harn beaches in south Phuket. Not far from Cape Phromthep, it has several tall, slim white windmills facing out to sea that look like airplane propellers. This hilltop viewpoint features west coast vistas similar to Phromthep, but is quieter. On the way we alight for shopping the souvenir from Phuket town. Transfer you to the hotel.