Robinson Lifestyle Thalang, Srisoonthorn Road, Si Sunthon, Thalang District, Phuket, Thailand
Robinson Shopping Mall
Encompassing a prime area of over 44,000 sqm, Robinson Lifestyle Thalang is a new landmark located near the Phuket heroines' monument roundabout. This all-in-one shopping mall is a modern destination for everyone to come for a variety of purposes whether eating, shopping or playing. There are a large array of popular restaurants, various shops & stores with brand-name products, entertaining zones for kids, a foodpark for local food seekers and also cinemas for movie lovers.
Ao Po Grand Marina Co.,Ltd., 113 Pa Klok, Thalang District, Phuket, Thailand
Ao Por Grand Marina
Ao Po Grand Marina, at the gateway to spectacular Phang Nga Bay could not be more perfectly located. Best yet is the 24-hour access and zero tide restrictions.
Now a 300 berth marina with 10m wide walkways on the north and east docks, the marina accommodates superyachts of 100+ metres. Dockside has shore power to a max of 400 amps, clean water due to a high-tech reverse osmosis system and, nearby a deep water, high capacity fuel dock for your convenience.
Blue Tree Phuket, Srisoonthorn Road, Si Sunthon, Thalang District, Phuket, Thailand
Blue Tree Phuket
An events, sports, and entertainment destination unlike any other on Phuket Island
Porto de Phuket Choeng Thale, Thalang District, Phuket, Thailand
Perto de Phuket
Porto de Phuket is a new open-air community mall near Bangtao Beach in the Cherngtalay district, just next to the very popular Baot Avenue. It’s of the same brand as Central Phuket and Central Patong, and you will therefore recognise some of the typical shops, but the concept here is a little different, so don’t expect to find a multi-storey shopping mall.Porto de Phuket occupies a vast land in a strategic location at the entrance of Laguna Phuket. The mall targets the residents of the many condominiums, apartments and luxury villas that are booming in the area. It consists only of one-storey shops, restaurants and a huge supermarket, competing directly with the long-established Boat Avenue next door.
Phuket Old Town
Phuket Old Town
Lively Phuket Old Town is known for brightly painted, century-old Sino-Portuguese townhouses, with a well-preserved row along Soi Rommanee. Main street Thalang Road has stores selling artisanal ice cream and batik fabrics and a Sunday market for souvenirs and street food like fried banana. The Thai Hua Museum features exhibits on Chinese immigrant culture, and Jui Tui Shrine displays colorful statues of Chinese gods.
Central Phuket Festival, Wichit, Mueang Phuket District, Phuket, Thailand
Central Phuket is a modern, multi-level mall with a busy vibe offers a range of retailers, along with a food court.
Bang Pae Waterfall, Pa Klok, Thalang District, Phuket, Thailand
Bang Pae Waterfall
Bang Pae waterfall (Bangpae waterfall) is one of the best-known waterfall in phuket. There are only three significant waterfalls on the island: Bang Pae waterfall ,Kathu waterfall, Tonsia waterfall. Two are in the same east Phuket area, and both are part of a National Park, which means an entry fee is requested. The entry fee has long been a big discussion topic as locals pay 20 baht, and tourists will have to pay 200 baht. In a way, it’s not illogical when you know the average salary of most Thais.
Bang Pae waterfall is easy to reach, easy to park and doesn’t require a long or hard walk.
Naiyang Beach, Phuket, Thailand
Naiyang Beach is one of those out-of-the-beaten-tracks hidden gems, little known to first-timers but very popular with returning travellers. Beautiful, shaded, and full of tiny fun bars and restaurants, Nai Yang remains peaceful like most of the northern beaches of Phuket because it is not along the main roads.With a vast beach, a shallow sea, and many trees to provide shade, this place has not been overly developed and has kept a bit of the old Phuket atmosphere.