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Museum
“Exhibition space & tourist attraction featuring large trompe l'oeil wall paintings.”
11 locals recommend
History Museum
“Thai Hua Museum on Krabi Road is one of the best looking and well-maintained Sino-Portuguese buildings in Phuket. This recently renovated building was at one stage a Chinese-language school. These days it is used as a museum, exhibition space and an occasional function hall. In 2008, the Thai Hua Museum was given an award in the category of constitutional and public buildings by the Siam Architect Association under the King’s patronage for its outstanding role in conserving architectural arts.”
9 locals recommend
Museum
“Phuket Philatelic (Post Office) Museum was Phuket's first post and telegraphic office and is located on Montri Road in Phuket. The facility has been renovated and upgraded into a philatelic museum, exhibiting old postal equipment, old phones, and old Thai stamps. A good place to take the kids and learn about Thailand's Postal Service history and have a relaxing day doing so.”
3 locals recommend
History Museum
“Tours are offered of this elegant 1903 Sino-colonial mansion with an inner courtyard.”
3 locals recommend
History Museum
1 local recommends
Art Gallery
“Walk the streets of Phuket Old Town in the day to see Sino-Portuguese architecture .The streets are dotted with shops selling knick knacks and also has lots of cafes and restaurants.There is a market on Sunday at the old town from 4pm-9pm”
2 locals recommend
Museum
1 local recommends
Art Gallery
1 local recommends
Museum
“Saphan Hin is a popular seaside park which has had a long relationship with islanders since the boom of tin mining years ago when it was a major trading port and the only beach located in Phuket Town. It took a lot of work, money and more than 40 years to develop it into the agreeable and functional park it is nowadays. It’s also the main venue of most of Phuket’s annual events, including the Red Cross Fair, Loy Kratong and a large procession from Chinese shrines on the last day of the famous Vegetarian Festival. ”
1 local recommends