Phuket has lots of amusements for children made all the more exotic by the Thai culture. Visit a prehistoric mini golf park by night or watch a spectacular musical portraying Thai Gods and legends. Be mesmerised by the charm of the aquatic underworld or impressed by the snake charmer’s displays of bravery. Children can view unique Asian wildlife or visit a museum to better understand the charm and history of Thailand.
‘Teelanka’ translated means upside down house- an apt name for this optical confusion. The maze is centrally located on the northern side of the Bypass Road. At the time of
This aquarium was officially re-opened on the 10th April 2005. The aquarium has an underwater walkway beneath a tank containing over 100 tonnes of water and is home to over
Even if theme parks are not your thing, FantaSea is somewhere you should visit at least once. It offers a cabaret style show based on a Thai legend.
The Palazzo is a truly spectacular and authentic experience. The unique palazzo combination is a blend of an intimate dinner show experience and a fusion of European and Asian acts.
Dino Park is reminiscent of a prehistoric park: a mini golf course of 18 holes featuring scale replicas of prehistoric creatures, volcanoes, caves and swamps.
The Big Buddah is statuesque. Facing East across the Chalong Bay the Buddah is visible from many points on the East of the island and definitely worth a visit.
The Siam Niramut show is one of the largest productions in the world showcasing Thai art and culture. The spectacular show features over 100 performers, lavish costumes and stunning set
The Thalang National Museum opened in 1985 to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Thalang.
Phuket Zoo is a small private zoo. If you have access to major zoos in capital cities, then this one may seem rather outmoded. The grounds are leafy and provide
This museum opened in 2009 at a cost of more than 50 million baht. The museum was set up by a family who had benefited from tin mining and wanted