Phuket Cultural Centre is located within the Rajabhat University complex and offers travellers an understanding of Phuket's unique culture and history. The Cultural Centre features four themed chambers with various items-of-interest pertaining to Phuket's local history and folk arts on display. A separate library is also attached with a variety of books and documents about the culture and history of the city. The cultural centre is open daily, except on weekends and holidays, and can be accessed free of charge. Guided tours are available on request and may be accommodated at an additional cost. A visit to the Phuket Cultural Centre is recommended for travellers who are sight-seeing in Phuket, particularly for those with an interest in foreign culture and history.
Open on weekdays from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Around 1 hour
Adults, Families, Young Adults, Senior Guests, Children
The library and historical exhibits
Muslim travellers in need of prayer facilities at Phuket Cultural Centre may enquire for a private area to make use of during prayer times. Travellers could visit some of the mosques in Phuket such as the Yameay Mosque, Keeyamudine Mosque and the SaphanRuam Mosque, which are some of the most prominent mosques in the area.
Though several eateries and restaurants may be available across the area, access to Halal food may be limited. Halal food near Phuket Cultural Centre can be found at some of the Halal restaurants in Phuket. A prominent Halal restaurant in the area is Karachi restaurant. Several other Halal restaurants can also be found along the Thalang Road as well as Patong.