An art gallery in a restaurant near Rawai Phasom See is a hard-to-find little cafe, art gallery and restaurant hidden between Chalong and Rawai Beach.… Read More »Phasom See Art Gallery, Cafe and Restaurant Phuket
Discover Hidden Phuket and Things to Do Off the Beaten Track
Little Tiger Restaurant Little Tiger is a small and hidden restaurant with a superb view, perched on a hillside of Merlin Beach near Patong Beach.… Read More »Little Tiger Phuket Restaurant on Merlin Beach
Patong Sunset View Restaurant is a great spot to end the day with a nice dinner or even just a drink while enjoying one of Phuket’s famous sunsets
Peang Prai Restaurant Phuket Peang Prai Restaurant (Krua Piang Prai) is an excellent local venue in a green nest next to Bang Pae waterfall. Mostly… Read More »Peang Prai Restaurant near Bang Pae Waterfall in Phuket
Mor Mu Dong is quite an unusual restaurant in Phuket. If you enjoy eating off the beaten tracks where mostly locals go for a great lunch or dinner, Mor Mu Dong is your place.
Banana Beach in Phuket is a little hidden treasure. Phuket is a world-famous holiday destination, and every corner of this tiny tropical island has been explored, invaded, sold, developed and exploited.
How to Get to The Private Naithon Noi Beach Naithon Noi Beach in one of the few ‘private beaches of Phuket‘ as well as one… Read More »Naithon Noi Beach (Andaman White Beach)
Merlin Beach, Tri Trang Beach, Paradise Beach, Freedom Beach, which is which? Whenever we post a photo of any of these beaches, it starts endless discussions, which is still confusing.
Discover a hidden gem on Ao Yon Beach The Cove Phuket is a lovely little hideaway nestled in Ao Yon Beach near Panwa, a beautiful… Read More »The Cove Phuket – A Hidden Gem on Ao Yon Beach
What to Do in Ao Sane? Ao Sane Beach (pronounced Ao Sain) proves that Phuket still has some little beaches hidden from view where you… Read More »Ao Sane Beach ⛱️ What to Do in Ao Sane?
Private beaches don’t exist in Phuket or Thailand, and that’s by law. However, people often call them private beaches because you can’t enter