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From modern attractions to historic landmarks, Phuket is a place that's filled with fantastic things for visitors to see and do. See the show at Phuket Fantasea. Soar above the city on the Big Buddha. Party the night away with chart-topping hits at Patong. Or relax completely on the beaches at Coral Island.

Phromthep Cape

One of the most famous landmarks of Phuket, Phromthep Cape with its high cliffs and breathtaking scenery attracts crowds in large number.
A photographer's delight, Phromthep Cape offers dramatic, spectacular views of the ocean especially during sunrise and sunset. There is also a lighthouse at the cape, which has on display a number of historical artefacts.

Chalong Temple

Chalong temple is regarded as the most important Buddhist temple in Phuket. A beautiful, omate construction, Chalong temple is a must-visit when in Phuket and is dedicated to two revered monks, Luang Pho Chaem and Luang Pho Chuang, known for their work in herbal medicine and providing treatment to the injured.

Big Buddha

Standing at a height of 45 metres, this impressive white Burmese marble statue of Buddha can be seen from any part of southern Phuket and offers breathtaking views of the island. One of the most important landmarks of the island, the statue sits on top of the Nakkerd Hills between Chalang and Kata. Afterwards, you can visit Nakkerd Sea View Restaurant and enjoy reasonably prices food as you marvel at the scenery around.

Old Phuket Town

With its age-old shrines, temples, century-old architecture with a European inuence and charming little cafes, Phuket's Old Town makes for quite a fascinating visit.
The Old Town is made up of several sois (small, narrow lanes) and ve main roads namely Rasada Road, Phang Nga Road, Krabi Road, Dibuk Road and Thalang Road. A visit to the old town can be an interesting change from the city and the best way to explore the area is by walking around.

Karon Viewpoint

An essential part of most itineraries, Karon Viewpoint (earlier Viewpoint) is one of the most frequented spots in Phuket. Locally it is known as “Khao Sam Haad”, which means “Hill of Three Beaches”. From here you can enjoy beautiful views of Kata Noi, Kata Yai and Karon beaches. Located just Katasouth of Kata Noi Beach, it was ofcially renamed Karon Viewpoint even though it is far away from Karon Beach. Come here to admire the picture perfect beauty from atop the hill. Here’s a tip: Focus your camera northwards to capture unending vistas of the three west coast beaches and the dark green hues of Phuket’s hillside.
 

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