See - Sightseeing in Phuket
Historic Building
Historic Building
Baan Chinpracha
Phuket, The Pearl of the Andaman Sea is more than a beach resort. It has a rich history, visitors may not realise that Phuket has a rich and varied history. The architectural style, typical of the region, is described as Sino-Portuguese and has a strongly Mediterranean character. Shops present a very narrow face on the street but stretch back a long way. Many, especially on Dibuk Rd., have old wooden doors with Chinese fretwork carving. Other streets, forming what might be called 'Old Phuket',with similar structures are Phang-nga, Yaowarat, Thalang, and Krabi, and a walking tour of the area is easy and delightful. Some other old European-style buildings of note are the Provincial Hall (Sala Klang), the Phuket Courthouse (San Changwat), and Nakhon Luang Thai Bank.
Marina / Yacht Haven
Royal Phuket Marina
Royal Phuket Marina
Apart from Hua Hin and Pattaya, Phuket is the place to go for great sailing adventures. Phuket offers the best facilities, most scenic sights and breathtaking islands in crystal clear waters. You can charter a yacht, join a crew or even sail one of your own, the choice is endless. Phuket itself offers some of the world's best cruising areas. From the airport and 8 Km. town, is an idea place to make the most of the year round boating opportunities. This fully serviced world-class destination combining luxury waterfront living with a state-of-the-art marina. The most comfortable way to enjoy the clear seas is to join one of the cruises which are on offer like: Phuket Boat Lagoon, Royal Phuket Marina and Yacht Haven.
Monument
Two Heroines Monument
Two Heroines Monument
Phuket's has a number of important shrines and monuments, Stone and bronze sculptures and epitaphs protect the memory of both important figures from the country's past and those who made sacrifices for their country. Wherever you are in Thailand, visiting local monuments and shrines will give you a worthwhile insight into important aspects of the country's history and culture.

The must-see while visiting Phuket are the Two Heroines Monument and The 60 Year Mine Monument was built in 1969, which was built in 1969. This commemorates one Captain Edward Thomas Miles, an Australian who brought the first metal ore-dredger to Phuket in 1909.
Museum
Museum
Kathu Mining Museum
Phuket is a destination that captivates both local and international tourists with its collections of spectacular items, art, textile, ancient artifacts and the long history. Museums of different themes beckon people of all ages to experience a home of the world’s famous museum including Sea Shell Museum, Shell World, Silk Museum, Thai Hua Museum, Thalang National Museum and a place not to be missed. Another ‘must-visit’ museum is the Kathu Mining museum all showing periods and styles are represented and there are several exhibits that have been constructed to illustrate the history of in in Phuket: people's way of life during the height of tin mining era approximately 200 years ago such as various tin mining processes, demonstration of smelter and products made out of brut tin, journey of Chinese merchants, a reconstructed Kathu village complete with shops, Chinese opera, opium den and more.
Park / National Park
Historic Building
Sirainat National Park
More than just sun, sand and sea, visitors can immerse themselves in the beauty of Phuket's flora and fauna with an up close and personal tour of one of Park and National Parks in Phuket. Although entry to parks isn't free, it's usually very affordable. For natural and animal lover there is a lot to see and learn on Phuket includes Khao Pra Taew Wildlife Conservation Centre, Sirinat National Park, Saphan Public Park and Suan Luang Park. Whether it's a quiet outing to get back to nature, escape the sun or find fascinating new scenery, a visit to Phuket's parks won't disappoint.
Religious Site
Wat Chalong
Wat Chalong
Around Phuket island you can find scattered Chinese Temples, Buddhist Wats and Muslim mosques. Phuket has some 30 temples and monasteries around the island. Foreign influences may come and go but Phuket's temples represent a touchstone, both religiously and culturally. Locals frequent them to maintain ties with their past as each of the island's temples has a story to tell about Phuket's history.
Theatre / Concert Hall
Sima Niramit Phuket
Siam Niramit Theatre
Even though Phuket has a limited choice for theatre performances, it does not totally lack one. To add up the reputation of being an entertainment town, Siam Niramit Theatre features performances of Thai cultures. Theatrical events at Phuket Orchid Garden in Phuket include traditional Thai dance, Thai Village performers will present examples of the culture of all parts of the Kingdom, but with emphasis on the unique aspects of Phuket and life in the South of Thailand.
View Point
Museum
Karon Viewpoint
Phuket offers many spectacular views points. The best known and most visited is the 3 Beaches viewpoint overlooking the Kata Noi, Kata Yai and Karon Beach, there are some quite steep steps toclimb, but once you have reached the top the panoramic views of Southern Phuket are stunning. A popular place which provides car parking spaces beautiful garden and some stalls selling food, drinks. Phromthep cape it is one of Phuket's most inspiring vistas. From Promthep Cape, which is the most beautiful place to catch Phuket's famous sunset.