Our last day in Phuket Thailand with the Hughes Family, Jack and Caitlin. Debbie made this really good decision to hired a van or mini bus for all of us to check out the whole town! That day was amazing! I love seeing those places We haven’t been to. Of course it was fun with all the nice people with us that day.

This is a photo of Ashlee and I right in front of the beach where We stayed in Phuket Thailand. I love seeing those tourists feeling so at home and relaxing, sun bathing and getting some tans!

Ice cream any one? Photos of the crew eating ice creams in our first destination and playing with Ashlee as well in the playground. I don’t know where we went exactly in this trips but this first place we’ve been to were overlooking the whole Phuket town. I think the place was called Khao Rang hill. A great view of Phuket town, The southern part of the island, and some of the offshore islands, can be obtained by going to the top of Khao Rang Hill, on the towns Northeast border. Photos above.

Next stop was the Chinatown. It is on the North Western side of the city around Thanon Thalang. Well, I guess every where in the world you’d be there is a place called Chinatown. I’m not that excited though, because the entire place is  the same as every Chinatown I’ve been to. Specially My family always walks around Chinatown in Singapore. The whole crew had some small shopping around the place and I bought one hat as well and I really love it. Tried to bargain but I’m really not good at it. haha! My husband and Spring (Debbie’s husband) walked together and when they came back Spring got this really nice fireworks he bought so cheap. Photos above.

After the small shopping at Chinatown. We all felt so hungry so the driver took Us in this very lovely place that we had our lunch just beside the beach. Ashlee enjoyed playing sand with her Aunt Caitlin. Photos above of all our seafood lunch! I can’t say it’s very delicious or what so ever. But it’s not that bad though, still love my mango salad. Their seafood’s felt not so safe for all of us. But the ambiance of the whole place was fantastic for all of us I guess. Think of eating all day just beside the beach, It’s like just 5 steps away from the water haha! At least before we leave Phuket we had some seafood’s though.

After lunch. We went to this another over-looking place again. It was another amazing place We’ve been to. I love the whole place, The water was so peaceful and quiet. On our way home as well, The driver was too kind to just gave us sometime to take some beautiful and nice photos of the beaches around. Those photos with lots of blue umbrella’s were just perfect! They’re so tiny from where we all standing at, just beside the street but we know and see how gorgeous those beaches are!

Before we leave Phuket of course, We had to take some photos at least a couple of our bungalow where we stayed. The place is called The Tropical Bungalow. It is a very nice place very good for all of the tourists who wants to stay just right in front of the beach, So you don’t have to walk that far just to get some tan. Just open the door of your bungalow or have something to eat in their restaurant and your right in front of the beach! And the Famous Bangla street where everything happens is just beside the corner also! I’m sure my husband knows about everything in Phuket haha! God Bless xx!





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  3. Phuket is such a popular destination because of the beauty of the place
    and great foods. Good that they’re still one of the best even after the
    Tsunami disaster. Love your capture of the yummy seafood dishes.

  4. I felt I went with your adventure too, looks like you really had a very good time. The food is just irresistible.

  5. Phuket is on my travel list already and wish we can visit there very soon. After seeing your vacay photos the more I’m itching to travel there.

  6. Your stories and adventures in Phuket has definitely got me excited to visit. I’ve been to Thailand, but only got around to exploring Bangkok and Pattaya. By the way, loved the food shots!

  7. There’s a lot of wonderful beaches in Thailand and I can say that they are about at par with those in the Philippines. Nice post 🙂

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  9. Thank you for posting. 
    I’ve been looking at some of the posts on this website to get an idea about travel in Phuket for my next vacation. 

    1. Thanks @b5db17077f7945280d2b554b0b25600e:disqus You can email me if you have any questions about Phuket! Thank you! x0x0 =)

  10. Excellent read, I just passed this onto a friend who was doing a little research on that. And he just bought me lunch because I found it for him smile So let me rephrase that: Thanks for lunch!

    1. thanks dear! i love going to beach coz my daughter and husband loves it too but i try to stay out of the sun haha thx dear! xx

  11. Looks like you had a great time! I am planning to visit Phuket too, but not anytime soon. I will sure come back to this post once we are on the planning stage 😉

  12. That looks like a great place to travel in Asia. Visiting from Delight My Appetite:

    1. thanks dear! haha i didn’t eat the squid though, just ate the mango salad. their aquariums from outside dent seem to be safe for me and i don’t want to catch any diarrhea.. hha thanks dear! will visit and follow your blog soon! xx

  13. this is actually one of my dream destinations. Hopefully matuloy ako this year. Nainggit naman ako dun.=)

    1. aww!! thanks! u better visit really soon! good luck to you! xx thanks for dropping by as well god bless!

  14. Wow! I would love to visit Phuket Thailand soon. We’ve been to Ayutthaya and Bangkok before. And we have plans visiting Phuket and Chang Mai the soonest! Btw your daughter is very beautiful like you!

    1. THANKS dear!!! yeah ! you should guys visit and plan about the trip! it a must place to see for me… thanks for dropping by! xx

    1. yeah i know! very good food in thailand!! but most of them were so spicy so better get used to it haha xx thanks!

  15. Yummy food! And beautiful beach! I’ve never been to Thailand but it looks amazing! Geez I’ve never even explored the beaches in my own country! Once I am done with the beaches here I might go next there. Is that the place where it had a tsunami before? Or was it a different side of Phuket?

    Thanks for visiting my blog girl! Looking forward for more interaction with you. 😀

    1. yes dear! i will try to visit and explore my own country philippines as well next time since I’ve been to a lot of different countries already. and yeah! it is where they had the worst tsunami so i got scared when my husband told me about that. but the khao lak thailand is where they buried the dead people i think.. and you can see a lot of signs of tsunami in Khao lak rather than in phuket proper. thanks for dropping by! xx god bless!

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