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Phuket: Half-Day City Highlights and Viewpoints Group Tour

1. Phuket: Half-Day City Highlights and Viewpoints Group Tour

Discover the most iconic and picturesque sites throughout Phuket on this half-day tour and learn local history from your guide along the way. Snap pictures at locations like the Karon view point and the charming streets of Phuket's Old Town.   Starts with pickup in the main lobby of your hotel and relax on on your way to the first stop in Phuket Old Town. Discover Sino-Portuguese style architecture, such as the former Charter Standard Bank building and vibrant street art along Thalang Road. Find out where the locals like to eat before heading to the Chalong Temple, where you can see the glistering pagoda and wax model of "Cham Abbot," who is highly respected by the people of Phuket.  Continue on the top of the Nakkerd Hills where the Big Buddha statue was built as a symbol of peace and unity. Marvel at the majestic 45-meter high marble, Marnwichai-style statue up-close while enjoying the views of both Chalong Bay and Kata Bay. Go to a wind power energy plant situated near the Promthep Cape which is renowned for its stunning views. Finally, take in the views from the Karon viewpoint overlooking the west coast of the island and the sea before heading back to your accommodation.

Phuket: Flavours of the South Guided Food Tour

2. Phuket: Flavours of the South Guided Food Tour

Embark on a whirlwind culinary journey tasting the flavors of Southern Thailand on this evening quest. Before the food, visit a donation-based barbershop where locals meet regularly to get their hair cut by a professional while socializing –opt for a quick trim if you like! Also visit Kio Thian Keng Saphan Hin Shrine - a beautiful, multi-colored temple that looks especially enchanting as the sun sets. The guide will explain the temple’s significance to local people, especially noting its role during the Vegetarian festival. Next, it’s on to the first food stop where we will taste Khanom Chin - a must-try southern Thai dish. These thin rice noodles come recommended by Chef Supaksorn “Ice” Jongsiri, owner-chef of Sorn (Two Michelin Stars, Thailand Michelin Guide 2022). Local people enjoy eating Khanom chin with their curry of choice, accompanied by the free, fresh condiments and spices offered at the restaurant. It’s entirely up to the diner what they choose to put in their Khanom Chin. This personal aspect of flavouring your own dish makes it a popular choice. After completing the first food quest, head to the viewpoint on Khao Rang Hill to enjoy the city’s magnificent vistas at sunset if the timing is right. Make sure to have those cameras ready to capture the magical views. Next, head to the second stop in the centre of Phuket Old Town to try Oh Aew, a shaved ice dessert. Introduced by Hokkien Chinese settlers, it is named after its main ingredient - a jelly made from seeds of the o-aew plant. After cooling down with this delicious dessert, wander along Thalang Road, admiring the pretty blend of Chinese and European-style architecture and exploring the many boutique shops. Finally, enjoy the bustling night market on the hunt for more delicious local treats; from sticky mango rice to spicy satay skewers. Enjoy the food in a celebratory atmosphere as live music often completes the vibe

Phuket: Old Town Street Food Hidden Gems Walking Tour

3. Phuket: Old Town Street Food Hidden Gems Walking Tour

Ever wanted to spontaneously book a tour on the same day you take it? This short walking tour around Phuket’s foodie streets will have you discover some of the city’s most delicious local eateries in just two hours! You can also choose from multiple start times for a time that suits you. Meet at Ngor Kah Kee before heading to the first spot, Aroon Po Chana. This place offers amazing home-cooked meals such as roti, chicken curry, and other seafood dishes. Besides their heartwarming dishes, they also have an extensive drinks menu where you can order iced tea, Thai tea, or coffee from. Up next, head to A-Pong Pornthip. This delightful food stall is known for its A Pong or roll of thin dough made of rice flour, eggs, and coconut milk cooked in a wok and fried until crispy. Give these sweet treats a try before heading to the next stop. After devouring some savory dishes, make your way to Torry’s Ice Cream. This local haunt is known for its traditional Phuket desserts as well as its Sino-European interior and exterior. Feel free to cool down with a sweet treat before heading to the next stop. The next stop is the Lok Tian Food Court, a popular food stop for the locals. This mini cafeteria serves fantastic local Phuketian dishes such as Loba, Hokkian Nooddle, and O-aew. The perfect place to try some authentic local cuisine. Before ending the tour, stroll along Deebuk Road and catch glimpses of local life with the colorful backdrop of the beautifully preserved shophouses. Pass by many street food stalls selling snacks like Tao Sor, Pang Peah, and more. Important Note: Kindly note that most restaurants mentioned tend to close by early afternoon. If you choose the 2:30 pm slot, your experienced guide will take you to alternative (but just as delicious) street food stalls to ensure you still get a taste of authentic Phuket street cuisine. If you would like to stick to this itinerary, it is highly recommended to book the morning slots. Possible Food Tasting Choices (at own expense): Aroon Pochana (roti), A-Pong Pornthip, Torry Ice-Cream, Lok Tian Food Court (Loba, Hokkian Nooddle, and O-aew), Deebuk Road (Tao Sor, Pang Peah, etc.) Enjoy a low-impact way of exploring. On this tour, you explore sustainable experiences that prioritize providing water in glass bottles and offsetting carbon emissions in every tour, reducing your environmental impact and carbon footprint.

From Phuket: Customize Your Own Phuket Beaches & City Tour

4. From Phuket: Customize Your Own Phuket Beaches & City Tour

Choose 3 to 4 of your favorite hotspots in Phuket and let your guide craft an itinerary for you. View the 3 beaches from Karon Viewpoint, see the 19th-century Buddhist temple of Wat Chalong, or gaze at the Andaman Sea at Promthep Cape. Learn the history and culture of Thailand from your guide. Select 3 to 4 of your favorite spots and customize your tour. Benefit from a professional guide who will choose the best tour schedule for you. Start your adventure as you are picked up at your hotel. Travel to Karon Viewpoint, Wat Chalong, or Promthep Cape and the Andaman Coast. Explore Phuket Old Town as your guide shows you the Sino-Portuguese houses of Thalang Road, appreciate the colorful buildings of Soi Romanee, and see Soi Soon Utis. Decide whether to go to Ao Sane Beach on the southwest of the island, which is famous for snorkeling. Take a trip to Chalong Bay Rum Distillery, where rum is produced using locally sourced sugarcane and a French copper still. Experience nature at Phuket Elephant Sanctuary, a safe haven for elephants. Witness the only evergreen forest of Phuket at Koh Phra Thaeo National Park. Experience Rock Beach Swing, or admire the big buddha, which is 148 feet tall. Finish up your custom trip as you are dropped off at your hotel. Enjoy a low-impact way of exploring. On this tour, you explore sustainable experiences that prioritize providing water in glass bottles and offsetting carbon emissions in every tour, reducing your environmental impact and carbon footprint.

Private tour : The Essence of Phuket with Spanish guide

5. Private tour : The Essence of Phuket with Spanish guide

1. Pick up from the hotel at 09:00am and van drive along the picturesque beach roads through Patong, Karon, Kata. We'll see beautiful views of the sea in a comfortable and air-conditioned vehicle. 2. Visit to Phuket Lookout, Cape Promthep. 3. We'll visit the Wat Chalong temple, which is the pride of Phuket. In it we will learn about the Buddhism and tradition of the area. This temple is still visited by Thais throughout the year. 4. Lunch at a restaurant. 5. Visit to the handicraft shop and the souvenir shop in the area. 6. We'll visit the Chinese-Portuguese centennial building on Thalang Road. 7. Star visit to the largest Buddha statue in all of Phuket 8. Return to your hotel.

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The tour is absolutely recommended. There were only 6 of us in the group. Our guide explained a lot to us and didn't just stop at individual points. At the end of the tour there was even a delicious lunch in Phuket Altsradt. The only thing to note is that the tour takes longer than stated, due to traffic conditions.

The tour was amazing, we saw the most beautiful places of Phi Phi islands, we got fresh food, lunch & ice cream and Simmy & the boat team were amazing! They were so friendly and even took pictures for us :) my favorite day of my one month trip in Thailand!

Perfect visit to discover Pukhet in half a day. We were able to discover all the places to see and the gems of Phuket Town. Thanks to our guide who was truly incredible!

Guide Pam was very informative and patient enough not to rush. Overall very good experience. Once again shout out to the guide Pam.

it was a great experience and got to see the city.