Phuket FantaSea is the world's first Thai cultural theme park featuring a shopping village, a 4000-seat buffet and a theater show starring over 30 elephants.
This is the must-see experience in Phuket - a dining experience followed by an amazing show. Must Do.
Great show with dancers and animals . It's about Thai culture from different part of Thailand.
A family friendly show, showcasing the history of Kamala in a theatre with actors and animals.
Cultural theme park offering elaborate shows with elephants, a buffet, an animal exhibit & shopping.
Phuket Fantasea hosts Fantasy of a Kingdom, a grand live performance featuring trapeze artists, a cast of over 150, and an exotic storyline that blends tradition with fantasy. It's also a large cultural theme park with carnival-like games, lots of shopping opportunities, and one of the biggest…
Phuket Fantasea is the island's biggest show. It is a show about myths and culture. The stunt of actors, elephant stunt inside there are shops selling fast food, snacks, drinks, souvenirs for you to choose to enjoy.
Phuket FantaSea, winner of Thailand’s “Best Attraction Award”, is a unique cultural theme park that promises to be the ultimate in night-time entertainment on the holiday resort island of Phuket
Phuket FantaSea is a unique 60-acre cultural theme park that has become the ultimate in night-time entertainment on the resort island of Phuket. Inspired by Thailand’s exotic heritage, Phuket FantaSea not only showcases the charm and beauty of Thailand, but also enriches ancient Thai traditions with…
“Nice place to shopping and many nice restaurant to visit and grocery shopping.”
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“See the big white marble Buddha statue right on top of Naka Kerd mountain that will give you a spectacular view over the east part of Phuket island”
“Experience "Wat Chaithararam" which is one of Phuket's most historic Buddhist temple built in the early 19th century right in the heart of Chalong area ”
“Only a walking distance to visit and enjoy sunbath and many other beach activities surrounded by shops and restaurants.”