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Phuket increases the level of screening for visitors entering

Patong beach

          Phuket Province increases the level of screening for visitors entering the province. From July 15 to July 31, tourists from 10 provinces are heavily monitored and severely controlled, while travellers from 24 provinces are heavily regulated. Visitors must have finished at least two injections or one dosage of AstraZeneca in the previous 14 days and must demonstrate the results of a COVID-19 test within seven days. On the 11th of July, 2021, Mr. Narong Vunxiew, Governor of Phuket Province, signed an order in Phuket Province regarding the determination of screening measures for entering Phuket Province in accordance with the Coronavirus Disease Prevention and Control Measures 2019 for Thai people from other provinces or foreigners who residens in Thailand.

The following are critical points.

          -Travelling to Phuket Province at the Chatchai Pier Checkpoint, all ports and air travellers, except children under the age of six, must be vaccinated with two doses of COVID-19 or complete doses according to the number of vaccines for each type, or have received one dose of AstraZeneca vaccine for at least 14 days, or have recovered from COVID-19 within 90 days, or have been tested for infection by RT-PCR.

         – Travelers from 10 provinces in the highest and strictest control areas and 24 provinces in the highest control areas must have received 2 doses of COVID-19 vaccine or completed the dose according to the number of each type of vaccine or have received 1 dose of AstraZeneca vaccine for at least 14 days or have recovered from COVID-19 within 90 days and must be tested.

          – Students under the age of 18 who are unable to receive the COVID-19 vaccination and need to travel through Phuket Province to study and study at the agency under the jurisdiction of the educational institution or provincial education issue, must show their identity card to the staff when travelling through Phuket and have the Phuket Provincial Public Health Office test them.

          Furthermore, visitors to Phuket Province must download and instal the “Mor Chana” application on their smartphones and agree to open location sharing throughout their stay in Phuket Province, as well as present evidence documents to the Communicable Disease Control Officer before entering Phuket Province, including the ability to observe and monitor their own symptoms. If you have COVID-19 symptoms or suspect you have them, visit a doctor right away. This will be in effect from July 15 to July 31, 2021.

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Kamala beach, Phuket, Thailand

Kamala beach

            Kamala Beach is in the Kamala Subdistrict of the Kathu District of Phuket Province. It is a beach to the south of Surin Beach. This beach is distinct from others. There will be no direct access to the beach. There is only one short alley that connects the main road to the beach. It’s another peaceful beach. It is a sandy beach with coarse sand grains. It is approximately 2 kilometres long. Travel from the main road of Patong Beach to Kalim Beach and then to Kamala Beach via the main road. Alternatively, drive down the main road in Tambon Choeng Thale from the Thao Thep Kasattri and Thao Si Sunthon monuments. Kamala Beach, about 1 kilometer from Laem Sing, also has a tsunami memorial at the 100th Anniversary Commemoration Park, which was built to commemorate the losses from the tsunami disaster that occurred at this beach in Year 2004, as well as a sculpture called “Jit Chakrawat or universe mild,” which is located around this beach. It is crammed with trampoline beds of tourists who enjoy sunbathing and reading novels, the most of whom are foreigners rather than Thais. Because there is a restaurant, the majority of tourists that visit Kamala Beach engage in activities ranging from swimming and sunbathing to beach sports. There are numerous shops to pick from. There is also a stunning vista. Looking into the distance, you can plainly see the blue hue of the water, the white sand beach, and the mountains that surround the beach. The atmosphere is really natural and calm.

Patong beach

The best way to travel

– by personal automobile Take 4233 Road from Surin Beach and continue down the road through Soi Kamala 12 on the right-hand side for about 500 metres, then turn left. A little alleyway can be found on the right. In front of the alley, there is a phone booth. Turn right into the alley and look for a parking spot. Continue walking for another 100 metres to reach Kamala Beach.

– Take the bus from Wiang Namphu Circle in Phuket Town. The automobile travels via the following locations: Victory Monument – Cherng Talay – Bang Tao – Surin Beach – Kamala Beach – Phuket

Address: Kamala Beach, Moo 3, Kamala Subdistrict, Kathu District, Phuket Province 83120

Contact number: 076-385640-1

Email: info@kamala.go.th

Google location: https://goo.gl/maps/Y4DVAk24GzkneKTKA


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Laem Phrom Thep, Phuket, Thailand

Laem Phrom Thep

            Laem Phrom Thep is one of Phuket’s most stunning sunset spots. It is a reference point for Thailand’s sunset time and is located in the southern portion of Phuket Island, approximately 2 kilometres from Rawai Beach. Laem Phrom Thep has a concrete edge where you may sit and watch the sunset. Anyone interested in exploring Laem Phrom Thep can trek to the cape’s tip. There is a way that leads to the bottom. You will see emerald green water as you descend to the bottom. The waves will form magnificent white bubbles as they crash into the cliffs. Laem Phrom Thep resembles a rocky outcropping extending into the sea. Laem Phrom Thep is home to a plethora of palm trees. When guests stand at Laem Phrom Thep and look out to sea, Koh Kaew Noi – Koh Kaew Yai is in front of them. Nai Harn Beach is on the right. There are numerous yachts anchored. It is unavoidable to wait for the sunset time in Laem Phrom Thep, which is one of the most popular activities. However, you should arrive at least one hour before sundown because parking will be tough to obtain. While you’re waiting to watch the sunset, I recommend getting some grilled squid to eat. There are roughly three stalls selling Laem Phrom Thep’s famous goods, mainly egg squid.

          Laem Phrom Thep is one of Thailand’s most spectacular sunset viewpoints. It is located on Phuket Island’s southernmost cape, approximately 19 kilometres from the city. It appears to be a gradually curving cape reaching into the sea. Surrounded by interwoven sugar palm trees. Nai Harn Beach and Koh Man are visible in the swaying grass to the right. Nai Ya Beach, which is a modest beach in general, is on the left side. Tourists, whether they are passing through or staying at a beach. They gather in the early evening to watch the sunset at Laem Phrom Thep. If you visit on a good day when the sky is clear and there are few clouds, the sunset at Laem Phrom Thep will be spectacular. If you visit in the summer, you will see golden fields that have been covered up, which is quite attractive. Koh Kaew Noi, Koh Kaew Yai, and Kao Man are all visible from here. During the rainy season, the area around Laem Phrom Thep, a massive rock, will be green, and when the waves are powerful, white foam will be seen. Hit the rocks, they’re stunning.


How to Visiting Laem Phrom Thep

in  private automobile

         Visitors should use Highways 4027 and 4024 from Phuket Town, going through Rawai and Nai Ya Beach. Then continue straight for about 650 metres to the Laem Phrom Thep parking lot. To reach to the viewpoint, visitors must climb the stairs to the top of the high hill. If visitors want to observe the scenery at the point of Laem Phrom Thep, they must go for about 1 km along the path.

Taking the bus

         Take the Phuket-Rawai-Naiharn minibus route. Alternatively, you could hire a taxi to come with you.

Address: Promthep Cape, Rawai Subdistrict, Mueang Phuket District Phuket Province

Google Location: https://goo.gl/maps/wA59StLBZUudpoRs7

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Khao Yam Bai Pa Hom

Khao Yam Bai Pa Hom

Khao Yam Bai Pa Hom story

            Khao Yam Bai Pa Hom or Khao Yam Pahom, or Phuket–styled mixed herbs rice salad is a traditional meal that uses vegetables and herbs from the backyard garden. This meal contains a variety of materials, including Asiatic Pennywort leaves, kaffir lime leaves, long bean, wing bean, and other vegetables, as well as fried little fish (Pla Jing Jang) blended with spices and rice. This rice dish is paired with shredded Paederia linearis Hook.f. leaves, a climber (Bai Pa Hom). These leaves are commonly used in the preparation of rice mixed salads or batter-fried goods in southern Thailand. It is a high-nutritional single meal that varies from other Khao Yam dishes in that it does not include Budu (sauce/dressing), a distinctive fermented fish sauce.

Khao Yam Bai Pa Hom ingredient

            Components: 12 kg cooked rice, 12 kg dried shrimp, 12 kg powdered crispy dried, 12 kg small fish toasted coconut 300 g of Shallot, unpeeled 300 g grilled kaffir lime leaves, 300 g shredded Paederia leaves, 300 g Linearis, 300 g shredded chili powder, 300 g powdered pepper, 300 g Asiatic Pennywort leaves, 300 g Bai Bua Bok long bean, 200g sugar, 200g shrimp paste, 200g grilled green or sour mango, 200g shredded palm sugar, 200g wing bean, 200g shredded whole garlic Grilled mint leaves (100g), 3-4 fresh turmeric bulbs, 6 stalks lemon grass, 2 bulbs shredded salt galangal, Chopped lime or lemon juice.

The following nutrients are present in the dish: carbohydrate from rice, protein and calcium from dried fish, vitamin, mineral, and fiber from veggies.


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Phuket Province

Phuket Province

           Phuket Province or Phuket Island  is situated on the sea’s western coast in the Andaman Sea, which is part of the Indian Ocean. It is a significant tourist city at the top of Thailand and is well-known across the world for its stunning natural surroundings, which include the sea and mountains, as well as the powdery white sand beach. Furthermore, the stunning blue sea is akin to the Andaman Sea’s “Pearl.” There are also significant tourist destinations from neighboring provinces nearby. Phuket is adequately equipped with all kinds of services, and the position of the international airport, most crucially, contributes to Phuket’s ability to welcome tourists from all over the world. Phuket is becoming the tourism hub of the Andaman coast. Every year, millions of tourists, both Thais and foreigners, visit.

Kata Beach

Phuket Province Territory

            Phuket has an area of about 543 square kilometres (339,375 rai). It is Thailand’s 75th largest province, or the second smallest province after Samut Songkhram province, however it is the country’s largest island. The island’s length is approximately 48.7 kilometres from north to south, while its width is around 21.3 kilometres from east to west. The entire island is surrounded by the Andaman Sea, and the territory of Phuket is bordered by more than 30 major and tiny islands. The word “Phuket” is thought to have been twisted from the Malay word “Bukit” which means mountain and initially used the word “Phuket” which in the Tamil language means “the glass mountain” is a word that the Tamil people use to refer to Mani Khram, a locality in Phu Ket. Phuket also has other names that have been used in the past, such as Laem Takola, Jungceylon, Silan, Thalang, and Thung Kha, among others.

Phuket Province

History of Phuket Province

          Phuket is an ancient city with a rich history. It was previously a component of the Tam Porn Link kingdom. It was dependent on Takua Pa until the Sukhothai period. It is a well-known island for being the home of tin mining wealth, as tin was found in abundance in Thailand. For more over 500 years, it has been mining for minerals. Previously, the city was a small village in Amphoe Thalang where Thai lords looked after the advantages of trading resources with foreigners. There are also rubber plantations, coconut plantations, orchards, and fisheries in addition to mining.

         Later that year, in 1785, during King Rama 1’s reign, the Nine Armies War erupted. Burma’s army has invaded Thailand’s western provinces, from Ranong to Chumphon, Chaiya, and Nakhon Si Thammarat. At the moment, the Bangkok army was still engaged in the conflict in Kanchanaburi, unable to send troops south to assist immediately. The Burmese then attacked Takua Thung and Takua Pa and established a camp to surround Thalang while waiting for taking over. Concurrently, Phraya Thalang (Phaya Phimon Ayakhan) had recently died, and a new governor had not yet been appointed. Lady Chan, his wife, and her sister “Mook” assembled the troops and citizens. Assist each other in establishing two big camps to protect the country. It had an effect on Burma, as it was unable to break through the city. The Burmese remained around Thalang for approximately a month and ran out of supplies, forcing the army to retreat in the end.

Karon beach

        The bravery of the two female commanders at the time. This is a courageous act that will benefit the entire country. The insignia bestowed by King Rama1 on Lady Chan to “Tao Thep Kasattri” and her sister to “Tao Sri Sunthon” remains the pride of Thalang people to this day. Later, during King Chulalongkorn’s reign, King Rama V collected the western seashore provinces to form “Phuket Province,” and the system of Thesaphiban Provinces across the country was abolished in 1933. Since then, “Phuket Precinct” has been renamed “Phuket Province.” Phuket Province is currently divided into three districts: Mueang Phuket District, Thalang District, and Kathu District.


Phuket Province Climate

          Phuket Prefecture There was always a breeze blowing through. As a result, the weather is warm and humid all year. Summer and rainy season are the only two seasons. The rainy season begins in May and lasts until the end of October. It is the period from November to April when the southwest monsoon winds across the summer It is during the monsoon season, and the winds are blowing from the northeast. The maximum temperature is 33.4 degrees Celsius on average. will be greater in March During the ideal weather, the lowest temperature was 22 degrees Celsius in January. During November There will be no rain and clear sky till April. It’s around 31 degrees Celsius outside.

Territory and location

          Phuket is a southern province. The west side is on the coast of the Andaman Sea. the Indian Ocean It is situated between latitudes 7 degrees 45 minutes and 8 degrees 15 minutes North and longitudes 98 degrees 15 minutes and 98 degrees 40 minutes East. The island of Phuket is located in the east. The largest in Thailand, with 12 more satellite islands totaling approximately 570 square kilometres. Phuket Island’s widest point is 21.3 kilometres, and its longest point is 48.7 kilometres, with the following territory: Sarasin Bridge and Thao Thep Kasattri Bridge connect the north to the mouth of Phra in Phang Nga Province. The south nears the Andaman Sea. Phang Nga Province is located east of the sea. To the west locates nearing the Andaman Sea.

Slogan for Phuket Province

” Andaman Pearl, Southern city paradise, golden sand beach, two lady heroines, Luang Por Cham’s prestige “

Traveling to Phuket Province

         Phuket is about 862 kilometres away from Bangkok. There are various ways for tourists to get to Phuket. Private car, bus, and airline are all options. There are various sorts of cars accessible in Phuket, and travelers can select amongst them. might take many different shapes depending on the situation

On the boats: Boats arriving in Phuket There are cargo ships as well as tourist boats. from both domestic and foreign sources There are regular boat services that connect Phuket to other islands. Boats will be provided from Phuket to Koh Lanta, particularly during the tourist season (October to May). There are also ferries that travel to and from the island. The piers between Phuket and Krabi (Ao Nang, Railay Beach, Krabi) will operate throughout the year, depending on the tourist season. Fares range from 300 to 500 baht. Travel time is approximately 1-2 hours.

Taking the bus: Regular Transport Company Limited buses and air-conditioned buses, as well as private Bangkok-Phuket buses, are available. Every day, multiple times a day, from the Southern Bus Terminal Borommaratchachonnani Road. Travel time is around 12 hours.

By private vehicle: There are two routes available from Bangkok:

       -Take Highway 35 (Rama 2 Road or Thon Buri-Pak Tho Road) through Samut Sakhon, Samut Songkhram, and Pak Tho District, then turn left onto Highway 4 (Petchkasem) through Phetchaburi Prachuap Khiri Khan until Chumphon, then Highway 41 through Lang Suan District, Tha Chang District, and turn right onto Highway No. 401 until it meets Highway No. 4 at Takuapa District. Turn left into Phuket via Thai Mueang District, Ban Khok Kloi, and Sarasin Bridge.

       -Highway 35 (Rama 2 Road or Thon Buri-Pak Tho Road) will take you through Samut Sakhon, Samut Songkhram, and the Pak Tho District before turning left into Highway 4 (Petchkasem) to Phetchaburi. The total distance between Prachuap Khiri Khan, Ranong, and Phang Nga and Phuket is approximately 862 kilometres.

By plane:  Flying to Phuket is a very comfortable way to travel. Because there are airlines that fly to Phuket multiple times per day. Capable of travelling from the origin to neighboring provinces the present Phuket Airport has received interest from airlines in introducing direct flights from Chiang Mai, Samui, Surat Thani, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Trang, and Hat Yai. Many international airlines, particularly from Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, Penang, Singapore, and Sydney, etc., arrive.

Getting to and from Phuket International Airport

        Phuket International Airport It is the country’s second busiest and largest cargo and passenger airport. Taxis and buses run between Phuket Airport and Phuket Town, which is located around 30 kilometres north of the city. or visit a different beach every day.


Travel in Phuket

Tuk-tuks: Tuk-tuks in Phuket differ from those in Bangkok in that they have four wheels and are frequently red. The fee is negotiable with the driver and can accommodate up to 6 persons.

Metered Taxis: Metered taxis are widely available in Phuket. However, it is advised to use the service only when the taxi is running on the meter. This is due to the fact that some automobiles charge a fixed fare that is frequently greater than the standard fare.

Rent a car: Because Phuket is a popular tourist destination. As a result, there is also a car rental service. with both automobiles and motorcycles for a car or motorcycle, the driver must have a valid driver’s license. When renting, you must produce your driver’s license.

Pho Thong or Songthaew: Phuket has many bus lines that are unique to the island, including: Pink Pho Thong buses are available in three lines and four routes, which are as follows:

– Pho Tong line 1, Big C Department Store – Phuket Vocational College Service between 06.00 AM and 7.00PM

– Pho Tong Line 2, Route 1, Si Mum Mueang Market – Super Cheap Service between 06.00 AM and 7.00PM

– Pho Thong Bus Line 2, Route 2, Bus Terminal No. 2- Suriyadet Circle (Downtown Fresh Market) is open daily from 06.00 AM and 7.00PM.

– Pho Thong Bus Line 3, Saphan Hin – Koh Sirey Service from 06.00 AM and 7.00PM

Blue Pho tong buses run on the following routes:

– Sarasin from Sarasin between 05.00 AM and 05.00 PM. From Phuket Town between 06.00 AM and 3.00 PM

– Bang Rong from Bang Rong between 07.00 AM and 9.00 AM from Phuket Town from 10.30 AM a.m. to 11 A.M.

– Kamala from 06.00 AM. to 03.00 PM. Phuket town time is 07.30AM -05.30PM

-Nai Harn from 05.45 AM to 4.00 PM. Phuket town time is 07.00AM -4.30 PM.

– Chalong from Chalong between 07.00 AM and 5.00 PM from Phuket Town, 9 AM to 5 PM.

-Tamarind Bay is a tropical paradise. 07.00AM -3.00 PM from Tamarind Bay; 08:30 AM -12:00 from Phuket Town

– Karon Kata Karon (from Kata Karon) Time from Phuket Town, 06.00 AM -3.00 PM; 08.00 AM-5.00 PM

– Patong from Patong between 06.00AM and 3.00 PM 07.00 AM -5.00 PM from Phuket Town

Phuket Smart Bus: The bus runs between Phuket International Airport and Rawai. The journey from Phuket International Airports to Choeng Thale, Bang Tao, Phuket Fantasea, Kamala, Patong, Karon, Kata, and Rawai takes around 2 hours.

Phuket Airport Bus: Phuket International Airport’s Bus Terminal 1 serves as the departure point for buses. Phuket International Airport, Central Phuket, Lotus Phuket, Home Pro Thalang, and Bus Terminal 1 are all located on the island of Phuket. Phuket Bus Express provides transportation from Phuket-Karon International Airport. Phuket International Airport, Boat Lagoon, Lotus Phuket, Kathu, and Patong Beach are on the itinerary.

Patong Van: From Phuket Town to Patong Beach, vans are available.

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