Phuket FantaSea is the ideal all-in-one entertainment venue capable for accommodating any size group for daytime or evening events in an enchanting atmosphere of tropical splendor and rich cultural ambiance.
Journey to the Enchanted Kingdom of Siam
· One of the largest stage productions in the world
· 100 performers, 500 beautiful costumes
· Amazing Special Effects using the world’s most advanced technology.
· Stunning sets based on treasured works of art.
· Excellent introduction to Thailand’s history and culture.
Let your imagination fly…
Since opening in October 18, 1991, Phuket Simon Cabaret has established itself as a market leader of professional entertainment venue.
For sheer entertainment, Our set designs are outstanding, costume extravagant and the performers glamorous !
In the exclusive, luxurious and intimate theatre with hi-tech sound and lighting equipment.
Our show is truly international featuring modern and traditional acts from around the globe in English and alternative languages.
You will arrive relaxed but will leave confused as our performers is more of a man than you will ever be and even more of woman too!
FLY FORM TREE TO TREE IN A RARE PIECE OF PHUKET WILDERNESS Flying Hanuman is nothing short of extreme.
A fantastic adventure like no other on Phuket, mixing amazing speeds with heights you never thought you could reach while in the jungle.
Discover Phuket or Phang Nga by ATV with our four programmes. Follow your guide and explore the countryside along natural tracks and paths through rubber plantations, forests and rivers. Get to know the local forest workers, learn about the environment and discover local plants you never knew existed in this unspoiled environment.
These tours allow you to explore Phuket or Phang Nga without the crowds. Small groups with full instruction and helmet included.
Nature Tours are becoming popular in a big way. In a way it's not so surprising as Thailand has a lot to offer when it comes to exploring and discovering the wonders of nature, especially in the Phuket, Khao Sok and Khao Lak regions.
Lumbering through the jungle on the back of a swaying elephant is an unforgettable experience, as is a tree adventure tour and even more exhilerating is bamboo rafting downstream during the rainy season, observing the jungle wildlife. For the more active visitor to these regions, high adventure beckons.
The All-in-One Phang Nga Bay Tour takes you on an exhilarating discovery cruise in one of the most famous natural attractions near Phuket Island : Phang Nga Bay.
Covering some 400 sqkm and counting 42 islands, it is a unique place – only Ha Long Bay in Vietnam has similar seascapes – and has been considered a site of international ecological significance since 2002.
Limestone cliffs with caves, or ‘hongs’ (rooms in Thai – lagoons only accessible by sea-kayak through caves), archaeological sites, and mangrove forests. Phang Nga Bay is a marvel of Nature hosting over 200 animal species – birds, amphibians, mammals, and fish.
This tour covers eight different sites in Phang Nga Bay, and the way its itinerary is scheduled allows you to discover them at the best time of day – when all other tours have left already – and offers many impressive sights while visiting the different sites.
Phi Phi tour by speedboat offers you the chance to discover one of the most favorite destinations in south Thailand for a rate defying all competitors.
Three islands are visited during this day trip: Koh Phi Phi Don, Koh Phi Phi Leh, and Koh Kai Yai; and its very affordable rate doesn’t mean that the quality of services offered suffers.
The interesting price is easily explained by the size of the speedboats used for this excursion: they can accommodate up to 45 seated passengers with similar comfort/space for each guest as in a smaller speedboat.
The Racha (or Raya) islands, some 12 km south of Phuket, are best known as excellent diving and snorkelling daytrip destinations.
Wats - or Buddhist temples - are among the most important symbols of Thailand, partly because the majority of Thais are Buddhist and partly because they are so beautiful.
In Phuket alone, there are 29 Buddhist temples spread around the island.
Wat Chalong has been extending a warm welcome to visitors for over a century.
Locals come to pray and Westerners come to learn something about Buddhism. The temple is open from seven in the morning to five in the afternoon.
Promthep Cape is the island's most photographed and perhaps best-known location.
Every evening, large tour buses, scooters and private cars sweep through Rawai Beach and up the island's southernmost hill in order to watch the sunset at its peak.
On the top of the hill stands a busy car park where vehicles disgorge crowds of people from every corner of the world.
Cameras flash, fingers point and lovers cuddle as Phuket's most fabulous free show is re-enacted nightly – the sunset.
A must-do in Phuket is a walk in the old part of Phuket City, around Thalang, Dibuk and Krabi roads.
The beautiful architecture along these roads will take you back to the charm of a century ago.
According to Pranee Sakulpitpatana, a lecturer at Phuket Rajabhat University and one of the island’s premier historians, the architecture is a reflection of European influence on the island.
Europeans, including the Portuguese and the British, had been interested in Phuket’s tin wealth since the 16th century.