The wet or green season as it is now being called in Phuket, means rain. It is typically from May to October but even in the dry season there may be mornings or afternoons of rain. There are still a number of things to do on the island when it’s wet. Thailand is fast becoming the spa capital of the world, and rainy days are a great opportunity for little princesses to enjoy having their hair beaded and nails painted. Children of all ages may like to experience a Thai massage or foot massage or get a temporary henna tattoo.
There are also cinemas showing newly released movies, as well as bowling centres, internet cafes, game zones and karaoke centres where children can play guitar hero and karaoke to the latest tunes.
Also the Amusements, Kids’ Bites, Sports and Shopping Fantasy chapters have more ideas about what to do on rainy days.
‘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 company offers creative clay modeling and art activities. They also do fabric art and many other creative activities. A good opportunity to keep children busy after a hectic day
SFC Jungceylon cinema is adjacent to the bowling and karoke zone.
Phuket Nail Art is a professional beauty and design nail salon caring for all of your nails & toes.
Opened since 2008, Art Director and studio owner Kate (Tatsaneeya Pumma) has 14 years of experience working in top hair salons in Bangkok.
The Phuket Thai Cookery School, at Koh Sireh, runs courses throughout the day.
The Phuket Colouring book illustrated by Sophie Crichton was launched in 2012. This excellent souvenir (THB149) has 22 island scenes to colour in, including Phuket town, Wat Chalong, Cape Promthep,
There are several cooking schools on Phuket. Older children may be interested in learning how to cook Thai food...
Many shopping centres have game zones and karaoke rooms attached. Be aware though that the karaoke songs are often in Thai.
There are several cinema complexes in Phuket. You will need to check that movies are in English. Bring a jacket or pull over, as Thailand’s cinemas tend to be fiercely