Khao Rang Hill - which is also commonly known as Rang Hill - is a popular attraction in Phuket and provides some of the best views in the area. The viewpoint is located towards the northwest of the city centre and can be accessed by two main roads....more
Khao Rang Hill - which is also commonly known as Rang Hill - is a popular attraction in Phuket and provides some of the best views in the area. The viewpoint is located towards the northwest of the city centre and can be accessed by two main roads. Visitors will be able to see many sights such as a number of temples and golden Buddhist statues along the way and will also be offered quite a number of spots and resting places to simply sit back and relax. A notable sight would be the bronze figure of Ratsada Korsimbi Na Ranong - a former Governor of Phuket during the reign of King Rama V. A visit to Khao Rang Hill is recommended, particularly for outdoor enthusiasts who are sight-seeing around Phuket.
2 -3 hours
Adults, Families, Young Adults, Senior Guests, Children
The view of the city in the distance
Plenty of open space is available at Khao Rang Hill and finding access to prayer facilities in the area will not be too difficult. Phuket Town is also home to a few prominent mosques such as Yameay Mosque, Keeyamudine Mosque and SaphanRuam Mosque which can all be visited during prayer times.
For Muslim travellers looking for Halal food near Khao Rang Hill, there are quite a number of Halal restaurants located along the Thalang Road. A popular Halal restaurant in Phuket City is Karachi restaurant which serves a delightful range of Halal food. It is also possible to opt for vegetarian cuisine at some of the local restaurants but it is best to enquire about how food is prepared prior to dining.