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Wat Chalang, Phuket Attraction Wat Chalong ( Chalong Temple )
Wat Chalong is the most well-known temple in Phuket, situated eight kms southeast of Phuket town. This is where stands the cast statue of Luang Por Cham renowned herbal doctors and setters of bones, who helped the people of Phuket put down the Ahngyee,or Chinese Coolie, Rebellion in 1876. Now Wat Chalong become the tourist attraction that lot of tourist everyday.
Wat Phar Tong Phuket Wat Phra Tong
Wat Phra tong is not big temple and still peaceful. There is a half-buried Buddha statue calles Pra Tong ( means " golden Buddha" ) . The temple is built in 1750s in Aumpur Taland on thepkrasatri Road.
Big Buddha Phuket Big Budda in Phuket
The Mingmongkol Buddha image is 45 meters high. Mage of reinforced concrete which will be covered with white marble.
Direction, from Chalong circle, take the road ( direction to Lotus ) after about 1 km take turn left on small road called " "Soi Yod-Sa-Nay " and about 3 kilometers up to Nark Kerd Hill where the Big Buddha Temple located. Better come down to the main road before dark because there are no light about 2 kilometere and the road is not good.
Phuket Shrines
Phuket Shrine The Shrine of the Serene Light
Small but beautiful places to visit is the Shrine of the Serene Light. Built in 1889 by a local Hokkien Chinese family, located in a sheltered courtyard behind Phangnga Road, accessed via a tiny passage way next to the On On Hotel. The interior walls are covered with murals tell the story of " Si-in-Gui" known as legendary folk chinese hero.
Phuket Shrine Phud Jaw Shrine
Phud Jaw Shrine is dedicated to Kuan In, Goddess of Mercy. The oldest shrine in Phuket, Phud Jaw was built over 200 years ago, housing numerous images of the goddess and her followers. The shrine is located on Ranong Rd., next to Jui Tui Shrine.
Phuket Shrine Jui Tui Shrine
Dedicated to vegetarian god Kiew Ong and home of the hiew hoey (holy fire), Jui Tui Shrine at the corner of Ranong Road and Soi Phutorn, hosts the blessings and ceremonies to initiate the vegetarian festival. In the courtyard are the sedan chair and chariots to convey the deity during the procession through the streets of Old Phuket and then down to the shrine at Saphan Hin.
Bang Neow Phuket Shrine Bang Neow Shrine
Bang Neow Shrine was founded in 1904, located on Phuket Rd.,
Tha Rua Phuket Shrine Tha Rua Shrine
Located on Thepkrasattri Road near Heroines' Monument. It might be the largest and best-looking shrine in Phuket with 40 million baht donation for renovation
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  Tien Kiong Shrine at Saphan Hin
established on April 16, 2538, lacated at the end of Saphan Hin
Phuket Sightseeing
Rang Hill Phuket Thailand Rang Hill ( Koh Rang )
This hill is located at the northwest edge of Phuket City, providing lovely views across Phuket's capital. At the top is a fitness park as well as a statue of Phuket's most famous governor, Ratsada Korsimbi Na Ranong, who presided over the city's early development at the turn of the twentieth century. Good place to see panoramic view of Phuket town and several place to dine. Try local coffee and food at Tunk-ka Cafe enjoy prnoramic view of Phuket Town.
Phuket Zoo, Attraction in Phuket Phuket Zoo
Phuket Zoo is a small private facility. There's a small restaurant and plenty of shade and a collection of tropical birds. The crocodile show, elephant and monkey show. (Location: Chalong Bay, open: 08:30 to 18:00, shows throughout the day). See more information at www.phuketzoo.com
Phuket Aquarium, Phuket Attraction Phuket Aquarium
Phuket Aquarium is one of the units under the control of the Phuket Marine Biological Center, the Department of Marine and Coastal Resources and the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment. The aim of the aquarium is to provide knowledge on the diversity of fresh water plants, fish and of coastal and marine life. It is also a source of marine scientific news and information. Open daily between 9am and 5 pm Last admission 16.30 , Phuket Aquarium is located on the southernmost tip of Cape Panwa at the very end of Sakdidet Road. See more information at www.phuketaquarium.org
phuket attraction, fisherman village rawai Fisherman Village at Rawai
take Wiset Road to the small gypsies village at Rawai.  The men of the village work mostly as fishermen and sometimes also as guides for sea trips. Fish Market and souvenir for shopping.

  Gibbon Rehabilitation Project
The Gibbons are an endangered species in Southern Thailand as they have been hunted near extinction for export to zoos. Ten years ago, they worked in Phuket's bar amusing customers. Today, the Gibbon Rehabilitation Project works to restore the numbers and the dignity of this native animal. See more information at www.gibbonproject.org
  Khao Phra Thaeo National Park
Located in Amphoe Thalang, you drive about 20 kms from Phuket Town to reach the Wildlife Conservation Center, this park contains the only remaining virgin rainforest on the island. The park has thousands of plant and animal species. About one hundred species of bird also inhabit the forest vegetation, which consists of huge trees, creepers and climbers of every description.
  Ton Sai Waterfall Forest Park
22 kms from the Town, just go along Thepkasattri Road bypassing the traffic light and turn right and continue for 3 kms looking for posted signs showing Khao Phra Thaeo, and you will discover a small waterfall called Ton Sai. This small waterfall is visible across a deep, leafy trail that offers natural air-conditioning in its cool, shady areas. The waterfall flows from the slopes of limestone mountain ranges creating cascades and refreshing pools of water--perfect for a dip, but beware of strong currents during the rainy season (May-October).
Bang Pae Waterfall Phuket Thailand

Bang Pae Waterfall
Small waterfall located in Khao Phra Thaew National Park but accessed from the opposite side to Ton Sai waterfall. To get to there, head North to Phuket International Airport and turn right at Heroine's Monument, then drive for 10k.m. The entrance is on the left side. At the entrance that you turn off the main road is elephant treking safari. The Gibbon Rehabilitation Project is based here. The most beautiful part of this waterfall is the cliff, where the water runs through, with a height of 16.7m cascading down to a stream for the distance of about 524 m. There are some pools where people can go swimming along the stream .

 

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