Vea los lugares de interés cultural y las atracciones naturales de Phuket en este recorrido de 7 horas, que ofrece una visión en profundidad de este popular destino tailandés. Conozca más sobre el patrimonio sino-portugués, visite los monumentos más importantes, y disfrute de un cóctel a partir de ron para celebrar su experiencia. Recogida del hotel y regreso incluidos.
Después de la recogida a última hora de la mañana, la jornada comienza en dirección hacia la antigua ciudad de Phuket, haciendo una parada en la oficina de turismo, para una introducción sobre la historia y la arquitectura sino-portuguesa de la zona. A continuación, pararemos en un mirador sobre la ciudad para hacer fotos.
Por la tarde, tendrá un descanso para almorzar (no incluido en el precio); después, el recorrido continúa con una visita a Wat Chalong, el templo budista más grande y destacado de la isla. Admire las 3 plantas del edificio principal, suba las escaleras para ver las estatuas de Buda y disfrute de la vista desde el nivel superior.
A continuación, visite el Buda Gigante de Phuket, una estatua de mármol, visible desde una gran parte de la isla. Si desea dejar su huella, puede comprar un pequeño trozo de mármol que forma parte de uno de los pilares. Después se desplazará a lo largo de una carretera costera en el lado oeste de la isla, realizando una parada para hacer fotos antes de llegar a Laem Promthep a primera hora de la tarde. Podrá contemplar el atardecer desde enclave sudoccidental de Tailandia, para dirigirse posteriormente a una fábrica de ron en Chalong, donde disfrutará de un cóctel elaborado con ron orgánico.
La excursión concluye con el traslado de vuelta hasta su hotel a mitad de la tarde. Al final del día, tendrá una buena visión general de la ciudad de Phuket, sin los inconvenientes de las tiendas-fábrica, que suelen formar parte de otras excursiones.
Opiniones del viajero en Viator
, nov 2018
I believe my tour guides name was Prim. We drove for at least 45 minutes With absolutely no talking to tell us about the neighborhood we were driving through. The places that we visited were so very crowded and Loud that you could not hear what she was saying. The 11 passenger van that we were crammed into was very uncomfortable. Everyone had to Bow their heads down to see out of the windows and again no commentary whatsoever for any of the neighborhoods that we drove drove through. The rum stop was a 2 building (1 for the restaurant the other barn-like structure was the factory??) Again Prim was very nice but I gained no knowledge and not that much insight from this tour. I would not recommend. Two thumbs down.
The tour was amazing! B.B. our guide was very informative and knowledgeable. We would definitely go on another tour with B.B. and Boy the driver they are lovely. The trip took us to the big Buddha, a Chalong bay rum distillery and we had the best lunch ever in a restaurant recommended by B.B.
My husband and I had a Blast!
Our tour was amazing start to finish. We were picked up at our hotel on time and introduced to our guide Mr Tony Spicy and our driver Mr Boy - they were both very kind and polite.
Our first stop was to go up high to the Fitness Park so we could have a 360 nearly view of Phuket -we took pictures and learnt about the King as well.
We also visited the Cape and once again great photos and wonderful views.
We had lunch at a restaurant overlooking jungle views - yummy and very affordable!
After lunch we visited the Big Buddha and that was really something. Our guide Mr Tony was just so informative. He was very passionate about the religion and we learnt a lot. I don't think he would go into too much detail if you weren't interested but we were so we got a lot of information which was amazing!
We also visited the Temples and it was another humbling experience.
We finished off at the distillery which we actually really enjoyed! Our lovely guide at the factory was once again so informative. We got to try the different flavors of rum that they produce as well!! As well as our group there was another group of 3 that joined us who were on their own and wanted a tour as well - We would never have thought to do a distillery tour ourselves! They didn't push us to buy anything but we did anyway - it's a great souvenir of the time we went to a rum factory in Phuket !
All in all our trip was fantastic -over and above our expectation!
A HUGE thank you to MR Tony and Mr Boy - you were both so kind to us and we won't forget you !
Ben and Venus
Great tour to get to know Phuket Town area. Our guide Wang and driver Mr Boy were both very helpful and informative. The Big Buddha is a must and we had a great time at Wat Chalong Temple of Celebration as it was Chinese New Year - so lots of stalls and happy people. Cape Phromthep was beautiful and had great views but shame we didn't see it at sunset. Phuket Town was so interesting with the mix of architecture and the banana roti sustained us til lunchtime. Finishing at Chalong Rum for a tour and tasting was a great end to the day. Thoroughly recommend this tour.
This tour was amazing!! I'd recommend wearing comfortable shoes or sneakers because you will be walking around for about 7 hours. Our tour guide, Ann, was ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!! Request her if you can. She was very funny, personable, knowledgeable, and really showed us a great time. We were provided cold beverages throughout the day, the van was clean and had free Wi-Fi. There was also a professional photographer snapping candids throughout the day, and we will be emailed a link where we can download the pics for free. You will NOT be allowed to shop during this tour, so if you see something you like, try to remember what street it is on. I'd totally do this again. Phuket Let's Go rocks!!!
This tour is great if you're in Phuket, but can't drive around on your own. The tour guide was very nice and he took us to all the main sights, including viewpoints and temples. The tour also included a visit to a rum distillery. The group was quite small, only 6 people. More importantly, we bit the crowds in every single location, which was pretty great. I only wished we have had time to hike down the Phromthep Cape. The tour guide said it's just a 30 min hike, so I think they should include that in the tour.