Promthep Cape is a stunning spot located towards the south of Thailand's Phuket Island. It is also known as Laem Promthep and is named after the rocky formation at the southwest of Phuket. Being a massive open area, Promthep Cape offers ample parking space and several other attractions in the vicinity such as the lighthouse in the area and the shrine which is located atop the hill. Visitors to Promthep Cape could also visit the Rawai beach or Naiharn beach which are not too far away. Promthep Cape is also considered by some to be Phuket's symbol and some of its sights include the tall sugar palms and the rocky terrain. A number of boutique shops may also be available in the area, selling souvenirs such as t-shirts and ornaments made from sea shells. The highlight of a visit to Promthep Cape should be the view during sunset which will surely be an unforgettable experience.
Around 1 hour
Adults, Families, Young Adults, Senior Guests, Children
The view during sunset
Plenty of private open space will be available for Muslim travellers in need of prayer facilities near Promthep Cape during prayer times. It is also possible to visit some of the numerous mosques in Phuket such as the Ya Me Yah Mosque, KaRul Islam Mosque, Masjid Al Madinah Phuket and Kamala Mosque, which are the most prominent mosques of the city.
Though eateries and restaurants will be available in the area, access to Halal food may be limited. Muslim travellers looking for Halal food near Promthep Cape may visit some of the Halal restaurants in Phuket and some of the other places nearby. Prominent Halal restaurants in Phuket include Royal Paradise Hotel, Thai O-Cha Briyanee, Dubai Sheeshah Restaurant, Ghadafi Halal Food, Ban Sang Duan, Cairo and San Sabai which serve an enticing range of Halal food.