Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Things to Do When It's Raining!

What goes around comes around! This may be a cliché, however when pertained to the weather in the Phuket, you can be sure it real. Even though Mother Nature may release her anger throughout the months between April and November, that doesn't mean that Phuket one has to keep high and dry in a hotel room or at home since different from Jakarta Indonesia or Kuala Lumpur with sure to be flooded when it rains, you can certainly enjoy the rain in Phuket Thailand. Westhill Consulting Travel and Tours Singapore

Phuket Seashell Museum
Even though the beach might be off limits for the day, there's one more place you can go and feel like you're kind of there - the Phuket Seashell Museum in Rawai. The museum is a source for some of the most unique and treasured shells in the world counting the largest golden pearl at 140 karats, large sections of sedimentary rock containing shell fossils that represent the earth's earliest life-forms, a shell weighing 250 kilograms and the only recognized left-handed Noble Volute. Gifts and souvenirs are available for buying.

Lunch or dinner at Khao Rang
Khao Rang or Rang Hill is situated in the north western part of Phuket City. The viewpoint bids remarkable views of the City and surrounding areas like Saphan Hin and the islands and Andaman Sea as a backdrop. The hill top is landscaped and there is a fitness facility, a huge park and picnic area and a sala proposes welcome shade in the heat of the day. In the evenings this is where the locals come to exercise, go jogging or just chill out. There are many very good restaurants presenting excellent Thai cuisine. Take pleasure in the spectacular views and get a fix of some wonderful Thai food whilst sitting out the rain. You can be assured of all the positive reviews of this resto!

Phuket Trickeye Museum
The Phuket Trickeye Museum is an interactive 3D attraction that depends on a 'trompe d'oeil' or trick of the eye to achieve a result of and thinking a diverse reality. Art techniques in backgrounds of paintings are used to generate optical illusions so that when somebody arrives 'the picture' or scene, it seems that they are part of it themselves. Discover yourself in unfamiliar and crazy situations. Be ready to appear silly and above all, have fun!

Siam Niramit
When the rain is still pouring down in the evening, watch a show! Siam Niramit is one of those you need see performance that displays Thailand's arts and cultural heritage. You can never hear complaints from the viewers for sure. More than 100 actors perform in beautiful costumes among gorgeously ornamented set pieces. The remarkable special effects generate a realistic experience and consist of the appearance of a river on stage, realistic rain, angels flying through the air, etc. There is as well a pre-show entertainment, a Thai village, floating market and a restaurant.

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