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精品店
“Huge famous shopping mall in Phuket with a huge variety of high-end restaurants and shops.”
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麵包店
“Nice place for breakfasts, but also have a lunch and dinner menu. Local foreigners love it.”
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餐廳
“Hold a stylish poolside club event With a picture-perfect backdrop by the sea, 35 metre swim-up bar, private roof top terrace, and state-of-the-art sound system, XANA Beach Club lends itself perfectly for unique product launches, stylish welcome cocktail functions, and vibrant parties for up to 1,000 people.”
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Health Food Store
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早餐店
“Delicious healthy breakfast options and awesome coffee, vegan and vegetarian options ”
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百貨公司
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Grocery or Supermarket
“A wide range of fresh foods available (Meats, Vegetables, Fruits, etc), including Croissants and fresh baked breads ”
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服裝店
“Surf House Phuket is every surfer’s dream: a place where you can ride the waves every day, no matter what the weather conditions. With an adjacent bar and restaurant, grownups can enjoy the cool, laidback atmosphere and the excellent location right at the southern end of Kata Beach Road while the kids try some flowriding under expert supervision and tuition. A very popular attraction, it is suitable for all ages, from children to adults. Opening Hours: Daily from 9.30am to 12am Location: 4 Pakbang Road, Karon, Muang, Phuket 83100, Thailand Tel: +66 (0)81 979 7737”
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購物中心

購物中心
“Nice place to shopping and many nice restaurant to visit and grocery shopping.”
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Women's Store
“One of the largest shopping malls in Phuket,we are 20 minutes away from here.”
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精品店
“Huge famous shopping mall in Phuket with a huge variety of high-end restaurants and shops.”
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購物中心
“Malin Plaza Patong offers fair prices and an impressive range of souvenirs in Phuket. It's just as bustling as most of the island's markets, but in a cooler environment and with cheaper food available around it. Some of the things you can buy at Malin Plaza Patong include T-shirts, denim, beachwear, bags, luggage, spa products, mobile phone accessories, and a good range of trinkets and souvenirs. Some of the shirt designs at Malin Plaza Patong are quite unique. Very few local markets in Phuket have a tailorshop, making this a good place to visit if you want something a little bit different. Highlights of Malin Plaza Patong The main part of Malin Plaza Patong is protected from the elements under a high metal roof. The semi-permanent shops inside the market occupy former shipping containers. They are well spaced, ensuring that the air remains cool and refreshing – some shops go 1 step further by installing windows, doors, and air conditioning. The prices are maybe a touch higher than you might find in other Phuket markets, but you can still haggle down to an agreeable level. The highlight of the market is the impressive array of food stands in front of the roofed space. You can find just about anything, from Thai street food, fried chicken and chips to crepes,ice cream, sushi, 90-baht cocktails and fresh fruit. The food throughout the market is very good and cheap for Patong. Good to know about Malin Plaza Patong Malin Plaza Patong is a good place for newcomers looking to experience Thai street food at great prices and shop for quality souvenir in Phuket. It's located on the side of the southernmost main road in Patong, between the exits for Rat-U-Thit Road and Sai Kor Road – the market's glowing blue sign is rather impossible to miss. Malin Plaza Patong Opening Hours: Daily from 11am to midnight Location: Prachanukhro Road, Patong, Kathu, Phuket 83150, Thailand Tel: +66 (0)93 323 0333”
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購物中心
“This shopping area has it all - the complex offer a number of restaurant, fashion boutiques, beauty salons and a large super market with a large variety of imported product. there is also a must see weekly night market every Friday”
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道路
“Bangla Road really comes to life once the sun sets. The road is closed to vehicle traffic and becomes a 400 metre festival of neon lights, loud music and cheap beer. Jammed most nights of the year, it is quite a friendly and lively place to walk around as bars and clubs compete with each other for customers. If you’re looking for a fun night out in Phuket, Bangla Road should be your first (and, often, only) stop. ”
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購物中心
“It is Patong's newest shopping mall and located just 100 meters south of Soi Bangla on the Beach Road. ”
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Lingerie Store
“It's a very nice shopping mall with a cinema, shops, restaurants, and much more.”
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市集

農夫市集
“If you have the love for trying delicious meals and fresh seafood, one place I would highly recommend is the Banzaan Fresh Seafood Market. A place where you get to select your own seafood and other assortments of fresh poultry and meat. You also have the selection to purchase the vegetables you want to eat along with your main course. What I love about this market is after you are done purchasing fresh local products, you then take it all upstairs where their are 15-20 stalls who will prepare your selection for you. Keep in mind that every stall has their own unique method and styles they use to cook the product. The combination is endless and you are only limited by your imagination. Lastly the market also sells fresh local fruits, perfect to take back to your accommodation or the beach for your enjoyment. Local spices are also sold here if you enjoy cooking yourself. ”
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農夫市集
“Great fruit and vegetables for cooking and 40+ food stalls in the carpark between 5am and 11am ”
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市集
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Flea Market
“Phuket Weekend Market or Naka Market or even Chaofa Variety Weekend Market is an immense night bazaar located near Central Festival in Phuket Town. Occasionally it’s even called ‘Phuket Chatuchak’ by reference to the giant Chatuchak Weekend Market in Bangkok and Thais call it ‘Talad Tairod’, which means ‘Car Boot Sale’. Actually ‘Naka Market’ seems to be the name everyone is now using. Chao Fa West Road, Phuket Town, Phuket 83000, Thailand ”
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市集
“In this supermarket you will find everything you need for cooking and essentials, you can also order a pizza delivered to the villa.”
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市集
“Talad Kaset Night Market is considered the largest night market in downtown Phuket. It’s the place where you can sample tasty street food influenced by 3 different cultures; Thai, Chinese and Muslim. You can easily find it right behind Robinson Department Store. This market gets busy after 8 pm but it’s ready to welcome customers from early evening and continues operating until late. Many night-shift workers stop by before heading to work and clubbers often come here for snacks before calling it a night. There are several vendors selling similar dishes such as pork or shrimp noodle soups, seafood, spicy salads and stir-fried and wok-prepared dishes. So, for the best eats, look for stalls that have the most customers. Dishes worth trying include: Kao mok kai – Steamed yellow spicy rice with chicken Kaomun kai tod – Deep-fried chicken with rice Kao cluk kapi – Rice with shrimp paste Suki talay – Thai-style sukiyaki with seafood Kao lao moo – Clear soup with vegetables and pork Dim sum – A Cantonese dish of small steamed or fried dumplings containing various fillings Traditionally, food is served in small steamer baskets as seen in many Chinese restaurants around the world. There are several vendors selling similar dishes such as pork or shrimp noodle soups, seafood, spicy salads and stir-fried and wok-prepared dishes. So, for the best eats, look for stalls that have the most customers. Dishes worth trying include: Kao mok kai – Steamed yellow spicy rice with chicken Kaomun kai tod – Deep-fried chicken with rice Kao cluk kapi – Rice with shrimp paste Suki talay – Thai-style sukiyaki with seafood Kao lao moo – Clear soup with vegetables and pork Dim sum – A Cantonese dish of small steamed or fried dumplings containing various fillings Traditionally, food is served in small steamer baskets as seen in many Chinese restaurants around the world. Sweets and beverages After all that food, it’s good to wash everything down with exotic drinks like soybean milk, sweet ginger tea, Asiatic pennywort drink and butterfly pea drink (it’s a lovely colour, too). All can be enjoyed hot or cold. Kanom sod or Thai traditional sweets are not only colourful but they also come in a wide variety. They are made using local ingredients such as coconuts, bananas, rice, pumpkins, sugarcane, taro, sweet corn, sweet potatoes, lotus seeds and more. There are a few vendors selling kanom sod at this food market. Take your time to look around and don’t forget to whip out your camera! There are several vendors selling similar dishes such as pork or shrimp noodle soups, seafood, spicy salads and stir-fried and wok-prepared dishes. So, for the best eats, look for stalls that have the most customers. Dishes worth trying include: Kao mok kai – Steamed yellow spicy rice with chicken Kaomun kai tod – Deep-fried chicken with rice Kao cluk kapi – Rice with shrimp paste Suki talay – Thai-style sukiyaki with seafood Kao lao moo – Clear soup with vegetables and pork Dim sum – A Cantonese dish of small steamed or fried dumplings containing various fillings Traditionally, food is served in small steamer baskets as seen in many Chinese restaurants around the world. Sweets and beverages After all that food, it’s good to wash everything down with exotic drinks like soybean milk, sweet ginger tea, Asiatic pennywort drink and butterfly pea drink (it’s a lovely colour, too). All can be enjoyed hot or cold. Kanom sod or Thai traditional sweets are not only colourful but they also come in a wide variety. They are made using local ingredients such as coconuts, bananas, rice, pumpkins, sugarcane, taro, sweet corn, sweet potatoes, lotus seeds and more. There are a few vendors selling kanom sod at this food market. Take your time to look around and don’t forget to whip out your camera! Good to know about Talad Kaset Night Market Some of the stalls at Talad Kaset Night Market display prices while some don’t. The good thing is that their prices are pretty much the same and very cheap. You can enjoy quite a number of items here for around 120–150 baht at the most. There is a newer night food/snack alley but on a smaller scale located at the town’s original bus station on Phang Nga Road. Choices of food there might be limited compared to Talad Kaset Market, but it’s getting more and more popular lately. Check it out if you are in the area. Talad Kaset Night Market Opening Hours: Daily from 5pm to midnight Location: Thavornwogwong Road, Talat Yai, Muang, Phuket 83000, Thailand”
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Flea Market
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Floating Market
“ชมตลาดน้ำจำลอง .การแต่งกายชุดไทย .ภาพวาด และ มากมายร้านค้า รวมทั้ง อาหาร อร่อยๆ มากมาย มีการ นั่งเรือ ชมเมือง”
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