Travelers come to Thalang to do everything from play golf to cool off in water parks to relax in spas and take part in Thalang yoga. Many come to Thalang to snorkel in the jungle-surrounded aqua blue marines and caverns, and enjoy quiet dinners on the beach. Those looking for nighttime excitement can visit the Phucket Fanta Sea park, which contains live shows, restaurants, shopping and wonderful photo ops. During the daytime, the region is bustling with markets, outdoor cafes and tour buses, so there's always something to do no matter the time of day.
5.0 based on 169 reviews
Revolution gym is a Muay Thai Gym with high level trainers teaching the skills of Thailand national sport. The gym boasts many superstars of the sport past and present. There are classes and private lessons available and no experience is necessary. The gym has a family friendly environment and attracts visitors from around the world.
I’ve trained in a lot of gyms across Thailand and Revolution is one of the best. Gym is located literally minute way from Bang Tao beach, 5minutes way from beautiful Surin beach. Neighborhood is very calm. Gym is very well equipped, rings and Matt’s are cleaned everyday by fighters after afternoon session. The most important thing of course are coaches. You can honestly make enormous pads with every single Kru in Revolution. They are all great which is very rarely in most of the gyms. The Owner and whole office is super friendly and helpful. Thank you very much, I’ll be back for sure.
5.0 based on 32 reviews
Flying Trapeze Phuket Adventure on the Beach & in the Shade! Amazing panoramic ocean views! Experience the thrill of fun filled excitement of Adventure Learning on one of Phukets most exclusive Beaches, Mai Khao Beach! "Learn to Fly" Trapeze "Make a Catch & Return. A safe & fun experience for all ages! Safety belts, safety lines, safety mats and over head spotting mechanics are always used. Circus Ninja Warrior ! You will run, crawl, jump, fly, swing, hang, climb, bounce, and juggle your way through our safe, fun, unique activity stations. 3 Trampoline Stations, 3 Trapeze stations, 2 Aerial Stations, Spanish Web, Aerial hoop, Vaulting, Slack Line, Tight wire, Air Wheel, Human Hamster ball, Super Stilts, Peg stilts, Stunt Bike, Juggling and more! Bar, Restaurant and accommodations onsite! Night Flying Programs available on request. Participants must not weigh over 120 kg and min height is 100 cm Open 11:00-6:00. Call for availability!
5.0 based on 1,464 reviews
In the Elephant Sanctuary Park you can experience elephants in the most natural way. In their natural environment, where they are free and simply wonderful! It is important to us that you can experience the daily life of the animals. And that you can approach them when feeding or bathing. Briefly: it is a wonderful experience that you will remember for a long time. How much do you want to bet?
It was an AMAZING EXPERIENCE!! Highly recommended to all who want to see how they look after the elephants and they are all such gentle magnificent animals ????????????????????????????????The hosts and people are wonderful!❤️
4.5 based on 1,128 reviews
We're a unique animal welfare and conservation project working to rehabilitate unwanted or confiscated gibbons from the pet trade and tourist industry. Come visitor our centre at Bang Pae waterfall and learn about the fascinating lives of gibbons and how you can help these highly endangered animals! Open 9am - 4.30pm (except Thursday, 9am - 3pm) our centre is free of charge however entrance to the national park area where we are located is 200 Baht per adult. For information about volunteer opportunites visit our website. Please note: GRP is an active conservation project and the majority of our animals are part of an ongoing reintroduction program. A select number of gibbons can be seen from our public viewing area but visitors are not able to feed them or otherwise interact with them.
This project is an incredibly worthwhile place to visit to support a magnificent cause. The project works with local authorities to rescue captive gibbons, typically stolen from the wild as young for the illegal pet trade, with the poachers killing their family groups in the process. Once in the projects care, the gibbons healed and rehabilitated before their eventual re-release into the wild. So far, this project has returned about 50 gibbons to the wild, and seen many of them give birth to young in the wild. Animals under stress or in inadequate conditions rarely mate and give birth successfully, so this is a sign of this project's success in providing incredible care for these animals. I visited for the first time as a kid in the mid-2000s and remember that visit fondly. Returning for a second time over a decade later, it is great to see that the work has continued so successfully to repopulate Thailand's rainforests. It is important to note that this is not a zoo, it is something better. The focus is not on you getting close with the gibbons, rather those are the conditions that they are fighting against. The gibbons in rehabilitation receive minimal human contact, both from their carers and visitors. The ones that you are able to see are those that are unable to be released, including severely disabled and non-native individuals. There is a strong focus on education and promoting ethical tourism. Visiting this noble cause is free, excluding the low park-entry fee, and well worth your time. The project does not receive funding from the national parks or any portion of the park's entry fee. It relies instead on the generosity of our donations, sponsorships, purchases at the gift shop, and support from volunteers. With that in mind, I would discourage people from visiting completely for free because I am confident that visiting would convince you it is deserving of a donation. I would strongly recommend visiting for anyone headed to Phuket.
4.5 based on 45 reviews
Good view of Landing fort runway 09. Take photo with aircraft which land to Phuket Airport. Many people have a nice shoot for Winter season in Phuket.
4.0 based on 982 reviews
Had time to kill whilst waiting for Airport transfer, a 10 minuet walk from arrivals to the National Park, walk to the right and watch the planes land, go left and the beach stretches into the distance, bars, restaurants, shops
4.0 based on 1,875 reviews
Absolutely outstanding!!!! Not crowded and very clean beach in Phuket lined with casuarina trees. Crystal clear water, beautiful white sand, big waves, attentive locals selling delicious food & drinks, short ride ( about 15-20 minutes from Patong), it s by far one of our favorite beaches in Phuket. Two chairs and umbrella is about 200 baht ($6) for the full day, great selection of different massages for only 300-400 baht ($10-$12 for an hour) which were out of this world, the best I have ever had in my life- no doubt these women know what they are doing and all that overlooking palm trees, beach & Andaman Sea! Hands down!!! Husband & I watched a beautiful sunset while sipping beers, cocktails & eating local food, having splendid time. This was one of the highlights of our visit to Surin Beach... HIGHLY recommend!!!
4.0 based on 189 reviews
There's a good news for Thailand lovers like me , Although Phuket is an island but you can go there Via Bus or Car. There's an amazing 660-meters bridge that is called Saphan Sarasin. The bridge connects Phuket island to the mainland of Thailand, imagine you are in Krabi and suddenly you miss Freedom Beach in Phuket, don't worry the solution is very easy, go to the first car rent shop and rent a car (1200 Baht Daily) and set off for the Freedom Beach. Or assume it's high season and you can't find a direct flight for Phuket island, don't worry and listen to me, First: Catch a flight for Bangkok. Second: take a "Grab" and go to the Bangkok Southern Bus Terminal (Sai Tai Mai), it takes about one hour. Third: buy a ticket for Phuket Bus Terminal 2 (in tambon Ratsada), the bus trip takes about 12 hours and the average ticket price is 1100 Baht. And if you want to stay less than 1 week in phuket, it's better to rent a car from Bangkok airport (credit card is needed) and drive to phuket , and when you finished the trip, drive back to Bangkok and give back the Car. Crossing the Sarasin old bridge (buil in 1951) is always exciting. The 11-meters width bridge holds the name of "Pote Sarasin" Thailand's Foreign Minister.
3.5 based on 877 reviews
First time i came with my little brother so exiting acticity clean water good drink on pool bar tam take care us
3.0 based on 548 reviews
This village is beautiful They have so many restaurants and little shopping places here They have an amazing Thai restaurant Swensens, and Irish Pub, and many more They also have a 7-11 and a grocery store where you can purchase your requirements if you are staying in an apartment or on extended stay Lovely village to visit
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