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Mom Tri's Kitchen at Villa Royale by Kata Noi Beach cleverly balances a great location and décor with first-class food and invites the diner to simply appreciate and enjoy some fabulous cuisine in a divine setting.
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Bang Pae waterfall (Bangpae waterfall) is one of the best-known waterfalls in Phuket. In total, there are only three significant waterfalls on the island itself: Bang Pae, Kathu Waterfall and Tonsai Waterfall, maybe four if you include a tiny one near Ao Yon Beach.
The Shrine of the Serene Light, locally known as Sang Tham Shrine, is a beautifully decorated Chinese Temple on Phang Nga Road, one of the most famous streets of Phuket Town.
Rad-na is a Thai-style wide rice-noodle dish with meat and vegetables in a gravy-like sauce: Thai fast food, if you want.
Kota serves mainly khao man gai (Thai steamed chicken on rice) – one of Thailand's most popular fast-food dishes.
Tamachart Restaurant in Phuket City has got to be the most unusual, out-of-the-ordinary eatery this side of Bangkok.
Phuket's Big Buddha is one of the most important and revered landmarks on the island.
The Phuket Indy Market is a place locals – especially teenagers and young adults – come to enjoy themselves with an entertaining mix of vendors, live performances and more.
Thai Hua Museum in Phuket occupies a well-maintained Sino-Portuguese building on Krabi Road.
Soi Romanee in the heart of Phuket Old Town connects Thalang Road with Dibuk Road. A walk along this 125-metre-long side street evokes Phuket’s interesting history. Its name is also often spelt as Soi Rommanee or even Soi Rommani.
Ordinary metered taxis are surprisingly difficult to find in Phuket. If you're thinking of flagging down a passing cab, you'll be waiting for rather a long time. When one does come by, they're pretty much what you would expect of a metered taxi anywhere in the world.
Phuket tuk-tuks aren't the iconic 3-wheelers you see in Bangkok, but rather see modified mini trucks, usually in bright red or yellow.