Discover the best top things to do in Ratsada, Thailand including Phuket Trickeye Museum, Phuket Tours Transfers, Baan Teelanka - The UpsideDown House of Phuket, Hanuman World, The Beach Sea Trips, Bangla Road, SeaStar Andaman - Day Tours, Old Phuket Town, Khao Khad Viewpoint, Patong Beach.
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4.5 based on 987 reviews
The first Trickeye 3D Museum of Sounthern Thailand, is located in Phuket Town, Trickeye museum is an interactive museum with a concept that stimulates your creativity and imagination. Be a part of 3D paintings and join the impressive memories together. Much..More than meets the eye..
Have been to the one in Bali and thought we would check this one out. The paintings here are much better, probably new which made the photographs much better but nit as much staff here to take your photos. Certainly better than upside down world. An easy hour to two if you take your time at the paintings well worth the 500bt each...
5 based on 99 reviews
Best Price Guarantee Phuket Tours - Transfers. Phi Phi, James bond, Phuket Fantasea,Phuket City tours and etc. We know the best places for you and your family to experience everything "Phuket Tours Transfers" has to offer, and to also make your holiday the most enjoyable and full filling experience it could be by using the most qualified private tour guides and we are much cheaper then any other travel agency.
We booked a 5 hour driver to take us to a few sights in Phuket we wanted to see. Our drivers name was Wi and she was great. Unlike MANY drivers in SE Asia - she drove calmly and safely. It didn't feel like we were in a video game like many other drivers I've been with. She was very friendly with our children and catered to their needs as well. She helped us find a couple local things that we enjoyed too.
Pricing very reasonable.
I also booked a hotel transfer from JW Marriott to the Phuket Airport with them. We had a different driver in a bigger mini-van. He was a bit of a faster driver but still got us there safely and he was friendly. Pricing again was reasonable.
I'd recommend Phuket Tours Transfers and would do business with them again.
4 based on 311 reviews
The Upside Down House is Phuket's most unique tourist attraction and one of the Top 5 "must see" when visiting the island. Great quirky and goofy photo opportunities. Unforgettable memories all generations. Recommended length of visit 30 minutes The same location also offer other attractions/activities such as a) A-Maze-in-Phuket (The Garden Maze and b) Chamber of Secrets "at"BaanTeelanka (exciting room escape game). And more unique fun Open daily 10am-6pm
From patong tou will need to hire a driver and best off incorporating into other things in the area. There is one very similar in Bali and you can get some very good/funny photos going around the house. Be prepared to wait a while for some photos. 350bt each and there are a number of other activities to check out while there. Only worth one visit just for the photos....
4.5 based on 99 reviews
"Hanuman World" A New World of Adventure, Where the myths become Reality.
The entire trip was well organized at every stage: hotel pick up, arrival, zip line, skywalk, lunch/dinner and transfer back to the hotel. We did the Hanuman World A with 30 ziplines . Ziplining was great fun and the staff made our experience as enjoyable and thrilling as it can be. The staff also ensured double locking system for safety at all times. Skywalk was a calm strode in the woods on suspension Bridges and ended with fresh fruits and juices. We also purchased photos from the photographer although it is quite pricy!
4.5 based on 252 reviews
THE BEST SEA TRIPs in Phuket. Premium Day Trips - PHI PHI - Sunrise, PHANG NGA - Sunrise, Koh Rok & Koh Haa - Early Bird
Did two of their tours - the Phang Nga Sunrise Tour & the Phi Phi Islands Sunrise Tour. Bith were fantastic experiences!
Phang Nga Sunrise Tour:
Pick up was at 4.45am at the hotel and we were driven to the Marina where we had breakfast before heading for the speedboat. We were a group of about 15people. As it was low tide our guide Wit took us to a small island, which is usually under water to watch the sunrise. After that we went to Phang Nga (James Bond Island). Next stop was canoeing on Hong Island and then to another island to walk through the caves. We then went to another beach to lie down for half an hour and then went for lunch on Koh Yao Noi. After lunch Wit took us for a drive around the island by car where we stopped at a farm to see how the people there live and learn more about the lives of the thai people there. Our last stop was another beach to go swimming and sunbathe before we headed back to Phuket and were brought back to the hotel. Wit was a funny and great guide with an excellent team on the boat.
Phi Phi Sunrise Tour:
Pick up was at 4.45am at the hotel and we were driven to the Marina where we had breakfast before heading for the speedboat. We were a group of about 30 people. We watched the sunrise on the boat and our first stop was Maya Bay. As it was low tide we got off the boat a bit before the beach and waded through the water to get to maya bay. After that our guide Tuk took us to the other side to go snorkeling which was fantastic! We saw Monkey Beach from the boat, Viking Cave etc., went swimming at Pileh Lagoon and then went for lunch at another beach. After lunch we went to another snorkeling point where some of the group even saw sharks. Last stop was Bamboo Island to sunbathe and swim before heading back to Phuket and then our hotels. Tuk was an awesome guide with a great team. He also had a guy with him who took pictures and videos of all of us - for an extra 1’200THB you could purchase the whole material which he made available the next day via Google Drive.
The sunrise tours were definitely worth it as there were hardly any people around when we came along - sometimes we were even the only group!
An awesome experience, which I would highly recommend.
4 based on 16 reviews
If you love creepy guys, this is your place. Wall to wall with leering, sweaty sunburnt men creepily checking out young thai women (and men) like the McDonalds value menu. Worth seeing, but you come away from the place feeling like you're life is slightly more on track than some of the creeps out there.
4 based on 451 reviews
We took a trip with sea star throughout Phang Nga Bay and James Bond. Overall the company is super organized and provides everything you need throughout the day. All you need to bring is extra shopping money. We had team Coco and he was the best tour guide. Super funny and light and very knowledgeable with interesting facts. While it is like a factory they churn out hundreds of tourists everyday I would Overall recommend.
4 based on 1 reviews
We loved our walk around the Old Phuket Town. There are many interesting shop fronts and buildings beautifully restored and worth admiring.
We arrived on dusk and booked the Blue Elephant for dinner but there are many great options for food and drinks around the area.
Thalang Road and neighbouring streets are great.
We loved the street art and quirky shops and plan to visit again next time we come to Phuket.
4.5 based on 123 reviews
We visited here as part of hiring a man and a taxi for 3 hours and stopped here to admire the view- no steps to climb so easy accessibility.
3.5 based on 13 reviews
The water stinks it's full of plastic and other rubbish. It's particularly bad at low tide. If you are thinking of coming here I'd advise against it.
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