The Phuket Orchid Garden and Thai Village is a place that takes visitors through a journey of Thai culture displayed ... More in its dance, Thai boxing, animal shows and other activities. Some of the major cultural performances include the Fon Tian, Fon Leb, Sukhothai dance and, the most popular, Ram Wong.
The Phuket Vegetarian Festival is an annual feature wherein residents follow a vegetarian diet for ten days. Sacred ceremonies are witnessed in all the shrines and temples.
The city is characterised by a tropical monsoon climate with year-round warm temperatures. Phuket possesses two main seasons, dry and wet, owing to the monsoon winds. April to May is the hottest period, while October and November are the coolest months.
The name ‘Phuket’ originates from the word ‘bukit’ ... More which means a hill. Phuket city is an interesting blend of traditionalism and modernism. Its growth-oriented economy consists of tin mining, agriculture and marine products.
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