This is a food tip really - you can't go anywhere in the world with out the famed Golden Arches calling out to you, and Bangkok is no different!
Here we found the Samurai Pork Burger to be the local fave. Great to see if you are a western traveller and have lived on the local cuisine for a while and need a change!
This colourful fruit and vegetable market can be found opposite where the songthaew's leave for the beaches on Th Ranong.
Remember to grab one of the yellow packs when you arrive in Phuket town. Very helpful for first timers to Phuket as it contains maps, vouchers and discount coupons. The best part is that ITS FREE!!!
You pay about 20 Baht for a skewer of food, cooked over a charcoal brazier. (Much appreciated by the cats at our hotel )lol.
You can see this game played everywhere in bars. The goal is to have your nail first inside the tree stump. Everybody gets one hit on your own turn. And the hammer needs to be upside down.
Just sit in your favorite watering hole and in a shorrt while, you will hear a horn being blown and the local food seller will push his cart along and prepare his snacks for the shop and bar workers.
like in bali, i believe people in phuket think nothing is imposible with your motorcycle.
just a few addition, voila! it can be functioned like a truck :)
This picture was taking at the top of the main temple at Wat Chalong. Phuket has a multicultural society and this section of the grounds was styled in the form of a traditional Chinese garden.
Elephants are well-revered here in Thailand... Elephant shrines are very common....
Here seen in Kata View Point...
The sun sets over the Indian Ocean. The end of the day's adventures. But given that this is Thailand, a full night of tropical breezes, cool drinks and hot, spicy food awaits.
In Thailand 220 Volts, 50 Hz is standard. The plugs is a 2 pin round fitting although the newer buildings/hotels have an earth plug and maybe 3 pin sockets.