The historical town of Phuket City - Old Phuket Town - offers visitors a delightful glimpse into the city's past with its Sino-Portuguese building structures, ornated shop houses and colonial mansions. A walk through the town will reveal a number of fascinating sights such as the Promthep Clock Tower, Phra Phitak Chyn Pracha Mansion and the Thai Hua Museum, which are worth a visit while sight-seeing in the area. The town is also host to a number of festivals a few times a year and attracts large numbers of tourists and visitors who flock into the shops that offer a wide range of sweets and other Thai delicacies. A visit to Old Phuket town is recommended for travellers in Phuket.
2 -3 hours
Adults, Families, Young Adults, Senior Guests, Children
Promthep Clock Tower, Phra Phitak Chyn Pracha Mansion and the Thai Hua Museum
Finding prayer facilities near Old Phuket Town will not be too difficult. Phuket Town is home to a few prominent mosques such as Yameay Mosque, Keeyamudine Mosque and SaphanRuam Mosque which can all be visited by Muslim travellers during prayer times. It is also possible to enquire for a private spot in the area to make use of during prayer times.
For Muslim travellers looking for Halal food near Phuket Old Town, there are quite a number of Halal restaurants located along the Thalang Road. Another popular Halal restaurant in Phuket City is Karachi restaurant which serves a delightful range of Halal food. Numerous vegetarian options are available at most of the local restaurants but it is best to enquire about how food is prepared prior to dining.