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Promthep Cape

Promthep Cape is a rocky headland that stands proud into the Andaman Sea. The Cape is Phuket’s very edge and recognized to be one of the island’s most photographed and iconic spots. Each afternoon, large tour buses come right here, bringing flocks of tourists who wish to get a glimpse of Thailand’s stunning sunset views. Watching the sun unite with the ocean is a breathtaking phenomenon. Watching it right here, on the very tip of Phuket, makes it more romantic and awe-inspiring.

Even on cloudy days, Promthep Cape boasts a sweeping panoramic view of the ocean, so that you’ll see photographers—both professionals and novices—tenting right here to take pictures. Paint Artists also come here to sketch and paint of nature by the scenery and unbothered by the clamor of the tourists around them.

If you’re touring to Phuket, you shouldn’t miss out on the chance to experience the magnificent views Promthep Cape has to offer. Here’s a fast guide on how to get pleasure from your experience on this stunning location:

Head as much as the lighthouse

If you happen to begin on the carpark, there’s a set of stairs leading up to the viewpoint. Here, you’ll discover a lighthouse that shows attention-grabbing maritime artifacts of the area. The lighthouse is thought to the locals as the Kanchanaphisek Lighthouse and is a historic a part of the world. Historical past has it that the lighthouse used to information Malay mariners crusing to Phuket. This mini nautical museum is air-conditioned, so it’s an excellent place to take a cool break after an extended, scorching day. Sitting 200 toes above sea stage, the Promthep Cape lighthouse additionally affords the right vantage level to view Koh Phi Phi and different neighboring islands.

Go to the Promthep Cape shrine

Near the lighthouse, you’ll see a Buddhist shrine with an altar surrounded by brass elephant statues. If you’re lucky, you’ll even see groups of monks praying. While meant to be a sacred place, the shrine is open to all and is, subsequently, a well-liked place for vacationers to take selfies.

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Thailand is a Southeast Asian country. It’s known for tropical beaches, opulent royal palaces, ancient ruins and ornate temples displaying figures of Buddha. In Bangkok, the capital, an ultramodern cityscape rises next to quiet canalside communities and the iconic temples of Wat Arun, Wat Pho and the Emerald Buddha Temple (Wat Phra Kaew).

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