The beautiful, historic architecture and design of the building make The Memory at On On Hotel more than just a place to sleep.
Cha-Phu has a family-run feel, with a Thai matriarch in the kitchen and what may be her young descendants as serving staff.
The food at The Tent had that feel of the chef not giving a fuck anymore.
Siam Bakery brings a piece of Paris to Phuket.
Of all the breakfast places we tried in Old Town, The Neighbours Cafe was the best. Their hearty plates of comfort food will start your day off right.
Forget Bangla Road in Patong! On Sunday nights, Phuket’s Sunday Walking Street Market is the liveliest place on the island.
If it weren’t for the blazing temperatures outside and the Thai man behind the counter, you might believe that you’re in a quaint English bed and breakfast.