Prom Thep Cape is a dramatic headland that stretches far out to sea at the extreme southern end of Phuket Island. It is a ... More
Prom Thep Cape
Prom Thep Cape is a dramatic headland that stretches far out to sea at the extreme southern end of Phuket Island. It is a popular lookout and vantage point for fantastic photographs, as powerful waves pound the rocky cliffs and there are spectacular views over the Andaman Sea to enjoy the marvelous orange sunset for which Phuket is known.
This aquarium, at the extreme end of Sakdidet Road, features wonderful displays of both saltwater and freshwater fish. It is
here that local experts also hatch and breed young sea turtles for release into the sea. This is an ...
Located 17 kilometres south of the town, the bay at Kata is really made up of two smaller bays, Kata
Yai and Kata Noi. Both are blessed with impressively long, relatively peaceful, sandy beaches. Visitors can swim, sail, windsurf, ...
With plenty of action and friends to be found, Patong Beach is a popular spot for those seeking an active,
fun filled holiday. Water activities abound, as do restaurants offering excellent dishes of every known cuisine. Accommodation choices range ...
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