Phuket Naka Weekend Market (previously called Chaofa Variety Weekend Market) is an immense night bazaar near Central Festival on the outskirt of Phuket Town.
Where to stay in Phuket Town? There are many small hotels in Phuket Town, including a few known brands, and the old town is packed… Read More »8 BEST HOTELS IN PHUKET TOWN 🧳 Where to stay in Phuket Town?
Our Old Phuket Town and Old Street Walking Guide will save you time and effort! The historical part of Phuket is not huge but is rich and exciting enough to explore in half a day.
Tunk Ka Cafe is one of our favourite restaurants in Phuket Town, a long-established hillside place beautifully built on top of Khao Rang Hill, with striking panoramic views of Phuket city.
A French restaurant and bistro in old Phuket Town CaVa Bien Marché (which is pronounced sava) is a casual restaurant and bistro on Dibuk Road… Read More »Cava Bien Marché Restaurant in Phuket Town
Yaowarat Road in old Phuket Town connects the popular heritage streets of Thalang Road, Phang Nga Road and Dibuk Road, starting from the fountain circle near the municipal market.
The Westin Siray Bay Resort is a 5-star hotel built on the hillside of Koh Sirey, a tiny island on the east coast of Phuket island, not far from Phuket Town. From your balcony, at night, you will be surprised how close the city lights of Phuket Town are!
Courtyard by Marriott Phuket Town is the latest luxury hotel to open on the Island, with an excellent location and a short distance from the lovely streets of Old Phuket Town.
Punte Phuket is a beautiful food court serving local street food, hidden in the old streets of Phuket town, tucked in a dead-end street off Yaowarat Road.
What to do at Central Phuket? Central Phuket (Central Festival Phuket) is one of the major shopping malls on the island, the other famous one… Read More »Central Phuket – Central Festival Shopping Mall
While most tourists rush to the renovated old Phuket Town, mostly located around Thalang Road, we start to prefer the more authentic west side of Phuket Town, which is mostly around Phuket Town Central Market, Ranong Road and Krabi Road
Dibuk Road is one of the famous old streets of Phuket town you should add to your list while exploring. It’s very colourful and easy to find, with plenty of casual cafes, shops and restaurants to enjoy.
Thalang Road is the most famous street in the historic part of Old Phuket Town. The municipality and owners managed to revive most of the old Sino-Portuguese shophouses and bury the ugly cables Thailand is so famous for.