Places Worth Seeing in Phuket
Nowadays, Thailand is slowly emerging as one of the super powers in Asia. One of the factors steering this development is the tourism sector. It goes without saying that there are plenty of ideal destinations to visit in this exotic country. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that tourists flock to this nation every year. The largest island in the country is recognised the world over as a renowned summer destination because of its long stretches of white sand beaches. Apart from the stunning coastline, the province also exudes an enchanting and vibrant culture. If ever you decide to take a trip in this region, make sure to stop by these attractions:
Two Heroines Monument
This structure was erected in commemoration of the two women who rallied the natives against the invading Burmese forces back in 1785. The lifestyle statues of the sisters, Thao Thep Kasattri and Thao Sri Sunthon, are made out of marble and depict them ready for battle. This will help you get a glimpse of the province's history.
Thalang National Museum
If you are big fan of ancient works or simply want to know the past of Phuket, you can visit this establishment (located near the Two Heroines Monument) and witness an array of artefacts and remains found from different corners of the region.
Known to the locals as “God's Cape”, this is the southernmost tip of the province wherein you can glimpse an exquisite view of the Malay Peninsula.
Another historical edifice, this is where the statue of Luang Pho Cham, one of the key people who help the people of Phuket during the Chinese Coolie Rebellion.
Khao Phra Thaeo Wildlife Conservation Development and Extension Centre
This reserve is full of virgin forests and is a home to an array of endangered species in the country. One of the first things you will notice is the tall and gigantic trees that surround the area.
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Indeed, the island is full of interesting places to see. During your stay, you can stay at Sweet Dreams Guesthouse.