Located at Krabi Road, Thai Hua Phuket Museum is a prominent landmark and attraction in Phuket and is frequented by visitors throughout the year. The museum has won awards in the past and has been recognised for role in conserving architecture and art. The museum building itself is an old Sino-Portuguese building structure which was once a Chinese-language school. Visitors will be able to see numerous items-of-interest on showcase at several exhibition halls as well as a large garden which displays tools and machinery from the tin-mining years of Phuket. A visit to Thai Hua Phuket Museum is recommended for travellers sight-seeing in Phuket – particularly for travellers with an interest in foreign cultures and history.
Tickets cost around 200 Baht per person. Additional fees may apply in order to take photographs.
Open daily from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
1 – 2 hours
Adults, Families, Young Adults, Senior Guests, Children
The view of the city in the distance
Finding prayer facilities near Thai Hua Phuket Museum 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 during prayer times. The locals will be able to direct you to the nearest local mosque in the area.
For Muslim travellers looking for Halal food near Thai Hua Phuket Museum, 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. Though plenty of vegetarian options are available at the local restaurants, it is best to enquire about how food is prepared prior to dining.