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View Point

View Point

4.6/5153 Reviews
Observation Deck
Open all day (Local time)
The viewpoint is located in the center of Tai Phi Phi Island, starting from Ton Sai Bay and climbing along the mountain road for about 30 minutes. Here you can overlook the panoramic view of Phi Phi Island and the coastline of the whole island. You can also clearly see Tongsai Bay and Luodalamu Bay. The two bay crescent-like silver beaches are almost close together. The sunset at the viewpoint is very beautiful.
Ao Tonsai Pier

Ao Tonsai Pier

4.5/5200 Reviews
Pier
Port/Bay
Open all day (Local time)
Ao Tonsai Pier is the “transport hub” of Phi Phi Island, with white sandy beaches and turquoise waters. It is also a bustling "commercial center." There are many shops in the small alleys, from travel agencies to Internet cafes, from 7-11 to souvenir shops, as well as daily necessities for travel. Concentrated restaurants and hotels make it very lively.
Phuket Big Buddha

Phuket Big Buddha

4.4/5379 Reviews
Statue/Sculpture
6:00–19:00 (Local time)
Located at the top of the mountain in Chalong Bay, Phra Putthamingmongkolekanagagiri—or Phuket Big Buddha—is not too far from Chalong Temple. Built of white jade imported from Myanmar, this sitting Buddha faces east to overlook Phang Nga Bay and the Andaman Sea. Because the Buddha sits on the atop the tallest point on Phuket Island, it can be seen from anywhere in Phuket. Many visitors like to climb to the top of the mountain and look out at the beautiful seascape from the peak’s perfect vantage point.
Karon View Point

Karon View Point

4.5/5408 Reviews
Observation Deck
Open all day (Local time)
Karon View Point is located at the top of the mountain near Karon Beach. The vista opens up into the distance all the way to Big Kata, Little Kata and Karon Bay. With a clear view all the way to Phuket's skyline, it is one of the most popular points to watch the sunset. From dawn to dusk and even beneath the stars, this is a good place to set up a tripod and camera.
Patong OTOP Shopping Paradise

Patong OTOP Shopping Paradise

4.4/5821 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Monday-Sunday 11:00-0:00 (Local time)
The Patong OTOP Shopping Paradise is the nighttime spirit of Phuket. The market embodies the liveliness and flash of Phuket. The market attracts tourists from all over the world who bustle, eat, drink, receive massages, shop, watch performances. The rich nightlife of the market is astounding. The night market covers many streets. These crisscrossing streets are a must-see site in Phuket. Many stalls in the night market basically open in the evening, so don’t go too early. If you are tired, you can go to nearby Patong Beach, where the sea breeze is blowing.
Railay Beach Viewpoint

Railay Beach Viewpoint

4.7/524 Reviews
Observation Deck
Thanon Bangla

Thanon Bangla

4.4/5389 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Open all day (Local time)
On Phuket Island, Patong Beach is one of the most popular places to visit, day or night. Patong Town's Thanon Bangla is one of the most popular streets in Patong. Along the streets are all kinds of shops, restaurants, bars and clubs and the adults-only area becomes quite boisterous and lively. Outside the clubs, ladyboys will call out to tourists to come in for a drink. There are strip teases and pole dances. The whole street is alive with pounding club music. Tourists can stop in at a club for a drink and experience the Phuket night scene.
Phra Phrom

Phra Phrom

4.3/5217 Reviews
Statue/Sculpture
Nearly each place in Thailand will enshrine Phra Phrom, while the Phra Phrom in Phuket Island is said to be efficacious. Phra Phrom is situated on Promthep Cape referred to as, the "God's Cape". Seated in a high-hanging gold shrine, the Phra Phrom overlooks people. The four faces of the Phra Phrom represent mercy, sadness, happiness, and abnegation. They also symbolize four righteous characteristics, including mercy, benevolence, philanthropism and justice. The Phra Phrom cares for people and the lives from the east, the west, the south, and the north, whether the worshiper seeks for blessings of business, love, wealth and peace.
The Mud Crabs Sculpture

The Mud Crabs Sculpture

4.1/540 Reviews
Statue/Sculpture
Baan Teelanka

Baan Teelanka

4.1/599 Reviews
Modern Architecture
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