83 reviews of Phuket Fantasea Show and Dinner
Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Phuket Fantasea Show and Dinner. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Reviewed by Susanna K, August 2011
This show was a little slow to begin with, but was great by the end. A great family entertainment. Buffet was delicious, dont forget to look to the sides as their are seperate sushi bars that are hidden.
Reviewed by John H, June 2011
Excellent show and dinner well organised, a good night and transport excellent.
Reviewed by Rakesh A, May 2011
Pretty good. Nice buffet - though if you pay extra you can get into the seafood section which is another room (we didn't see this until after we ate!).
Quite an extensive and well built complex - some sort of "disneyland meets pokemon" - without the rides.
The show itself was great. Though you're made to surrender your camera when going into the theatre - it is worth taking your camera as there are various interesting things you can take snaps off for the couple of hours you have before the show starts.
Reviewed by Jane J, United Kingdom, April 2011
A real Fantasea land . A pleasant, if rather strange evening. Food good. Down side- Gold seats did not have much legroom
Reviewed by Julie P, April 2011
Meal was good and service OK. Show was excellent, very informative and a chance to see the dancing and culture. Good value for money
Reviewed by ANTHONY C, March 2011
Reviewed by Kym R, January 2011
Show was spectacular a mix of musical theatre, circus, bollywood, comedy and drama rolled in to one. The rooftop acrobatics was amazing. Could have done without the dinner though - very average. Show is a must see for anyone visiting Phuket!
Reviewed by Maggie, USA, September 2010
Reviewed by Carmen K, Australia, April 2010
Reviewed by Lee P, United Kingdom, November 2009
Reviewed by AMANDA E, Australia, June 2009
Reviewed by Ida Pratignjo L, Australia, February 2009
Reviewed by Rhonda S, Australia, June 2008