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Phuket Snake Show

Snake is one of the common animals of Thailand normally snake living every part of Thailand in the jungle even small jungle around your hotel but don’t scary about snake because normally snake don’t bite people excep when people step on its or interrupting of them.
Nowadays snake became a one of the most exited show for tourists. So you can see the Cobra show in main tourist attraction of Thailand. The show men have to be very high skill in case of he makes some mistake on the show is not enough time to take him to hospital because the poison of Cobra and king cobra are very dangerous, can kill you in 5 minutes. In phuket we had 3 snake farm the best one is located in Chalong area. Let enjoy the excited show of Thailand is Cobra and King Cobra show for your new experience in Phuket
Highlight of snake show. There is the most exciting show in Thailand it’s not easy do this show the show man must have very good train and long time experience because this show including cobra and king cobra its one of most dangerous snake in the world but no scary because the show man they were very high skill you will see the king cobra snake kiss here.
What to bring -Bring camera to take the great shots of the snake kiss by mount to mouth -Some money to buy some drinks during the show or some tip for the show man

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Phuket Adventure Club

Explore Phuket’s jungle and rubber tree plantations on an ATV. Go on a zip line adventure and soar through the air in a tropical forest. Ride on horseback along breathtaking terrains. Experience The Big Buddha up close. Meet some of the smartest animals this side of the world. We offer tour programs designed for beginner and experienced adventurers to make your holiday in Phuket unforgettable. See which program is suitable for you.

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Chalong Temple

Wats - or Buddhist temples - are among the most important symbols of Thailand, partly because the majority of Thais are Buddhist and partly because they are so beautiful. In Phuket alone, there are 29 Buddhist temples spread around the island.
Wat Chalong has been extending a warm welcome to visitors for over a century. Locals come to pray and Westerners come to learn something about Buddhism. The temple is open from seven in the morning to five in the afternoon.

What to See at Wat Chalong

Poh Than Jao Wat is one of the more important Buddhist statues in Wat Chalong. It is located in the westerly old hall of the temple, with two statues of an elderly gentleman called Ta Khee-lek (grandpa Khee-lek), a famous local who won many lotteries after consulting the Poh Than Jao Wat statue. Another statue in this hall is called Nonsi. One of the temple's halls features a gilt-covered statue of Luang Poh Cham and this busy hall also contains statues of Luang Poh Chuang and Luang Poh Gleum, all ex-abbots of the temple.

The Grand Pagoda dominating the temple contains a splinter of Lord Buddha's bone and is officially named Phramahathatchedi-Jomthaibarameepragat. The pagoda is decorated with wall paintings depicting the Buddha's life story and also features various Buddha images. Take your time in the pagoda; it is a breezy, cool location and one which is very popular with visitors to the temple. There is also an air-conditioned 'exhibition home' of Luang Poh Cham which features lifelike human-sized wax models of Luang Poh Cham, Luang Poh Chuang, Luang Poh Gleum, and Luang Pu Thuad along with antique Thai furniture, and Benjarong (Thai porcelain designed in five colours), while the famous 'magic' walking-stick of Luang Poh Cham is kept at the current Abbot's dwelling.

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Chalong Bay

Chalong's muddy East Coast shoreline makes it rather unsuitable for swimming but it's an ideal and natural spot for yacht mooring. As well as the Boat Lagoon, Yacht Haven and Royal Phuket Marina, Chalong is a centre for intense boating activity. Early mornings and late afternoons are the busiest times at Chalong, when diving and day trip groups are bundled on and off boats. The Ao Chalong Yacht Club, which organises regular sailing races, makes its base here, and its bar is a favourite spot for sailors to swap yarns and party.
Chalong's most noticeable feature is its 720-metre long, seven-metre wide jetty, which replaced the rickety old wooden pier in 2001. A parking area and a number of restaurants, shops, tourist information kiosks and open-air waiting areas have been built to serve the many visitors passing through. There's also a one-stop customs, immigration and harbour master service to assist visiting vessels, as well as a new marine rescue centre.

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