The sea of stamps, all kinds of stamps are very suitable for people who like to collect stamps. It's also interesting to take children to feel them. In fact, Southeast Asian islands are similar in size to those of Ipjibali. After all, they are the most mature islands in the domestic tourism market. If you want to figure out a clear proposal, you can choose Palau Fiji. These prices are also higher. It's more cost-effective Phuket and Bali's freely traveling language. There's no need to worry that many hotels have Chinese service. Locals are very enthusiastic and affordable. It's also a good view.
The Phuket Philatelic Museum is free. The lady who works there is very good. We are the only guests there. All the signs are in English and Thai. As an exhibit, there are some old postal equipment on display. Passing by, you can see that there are very few really precious stamps.
When we went to Phuket Island, the waves were very big. We also went to PP Island around Phuket Island. The water in Phuket was very clear, so we should be careful when we took a yacht. It was very easy to get seasick because of the long waves. There were many shopping places in Phuket, although not as large as Bangkok, besides the beach and the beach, there were also some downtown places to visit.
The best choice for philatelic enthusiasts is not only Thai stamps but also stamps from all over the world. There are so many stamps worth visiting.
The Phuket Post Office Museum, originally a post office with Portuguese and Chinese architectural styles, displays posters in the first area, introducing Thailand's post office services and development history to swimmers, displays many old-fashioned equipment in the second area and souvenirs in the third area.