Phuket, the biggest of the thousands of islands sprinkled around Thailand's coastline, is a magical blend of everything a holidaymaker or expatriate could dream of.
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Local Tip The yellow crab curry & rice noodles, 8 hour stewed pork or tamarind jumbo prawns with a cold glass of riesling is hard to beat.
Local Tip Spend your day unwinding in cosy hammocks or enjoy a leisurely game of pool complemented by views of the Andaman Sea. Bask in the sun on a poolside sun lounger, challenge your friends to a thrilling beach...
Many people perceive Phuket with its luxurious and exclusive beachside resorts as well as extravagant activities to do as a stomping ground for the...more »
Sandy beaches, tropical gardens, a sunset cruise on a traditional Junk style boat, an elephant trek and scuba diving are just a few places and situations where couples have come to exchange wedding...more »
Secluded, quiet and mellow, Koh Lanta is considered a breath of fresh air compared to the rest of the busier and party prone Phuket area. Resplendent...more »
The Blue Elephant Governor Mansion Phuket Cooking School & Restaurant offers cooking classes at a more than a century old elegant and historical mansion in Old Phuket Town. Learn how to cook authentic Thai cuisine - "Thai Cooking of the Past", "Thai Cuisine of Today", and "Thai Kitchen of Tomorrow" taught by instructors trained by Nooror... more »
If you've enjoyed Thai food while in Phuket, why not cook Thai at home! Learn how to prepare the most authentic Thai dishes that you can enjoy with family and friends as a meal or at a party and the best way to spice dishes so they can be enjoyed spicy (pet) or not spicy (my pet) and the ingredients to use that you can find where ever you... more »
Get together with the community and play some tennis! Thanyapura presents a social tennis evening every Thursday that will allow participants to hone their skills, meet some people and have some fun. The evening is free for members and 300 Baht for non-members. more »
"Like all great travellers, I have seen more than I remember, and remember more than I have seen " - Benjamin Disraeli