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Rawai, Phuket, Thailand
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"elephant shrine"
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"watch the sunset"
in 39 reviews
"nice view"
in 45 reviews
"sunset view"
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"tour buses"
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"southernmost point"
in 12 reviews
"andaman sea"
in 28 reviews
"tourist buses"
in 10 reviews
"great sunset"
in 16 reviews
"sun sets"
in 10 reviews
"phuket island"
in 28 reviews
"taking photos"
in 8 reviews
"southern tip"
in 11 reviews
"big buddha"
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"beautiful scenery"
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"nai harn beach"
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Reviewed 4 days ago

A must for the sunset. A small row of shops with the normal tat. a cafe and Temple all within walking distance. The monument and figures are worth the visit.

Thank Howard S
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The landscape is really beautiful with the sunset and you can have a lot of good photos here. But on the day that we're going, there is some storm, the sky is clear but the color of the sun is not good as in the...More

Thank subinwang6886
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Promthep cape is the most southern point on Phuket island.Here me and my girlfriend have enjoyed many nice sunsets. There is several places to buy food and souvenirs,and the pricelevel for food an souvenirs are good compared with other places on Phuket island. This is...More

Thank Klim K
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The views from the top of the hill were great - but we also walked down the hill to the rocks - from here was even better.

Thank liwantao
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

From the cape there is an enthralling view opens on the neighboring beaches: Nai Harn, Ya Nui and Rawai. At the top there are numerous shops and cafes; also there is a monument to the sub-lieutenant and some Buddhist stands.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

One of the most photographed spots in Phuket, on the most southern point of the island. Restaurants and the usuall tourist shops can be found along the road nearby the parking lot.

Thank RC319
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

If you are seeking for a peace, this place may be suit for you. It is extremely will amazed you. Even though the track to get there is kinda hard but its worthy. If you stay around Rawai beach you can take a walk to...More

Thank Ganang B
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The sunset here just takes your breath away! It's one the most beautiful things I have ever seen. We got a shuttle bus from the villas we were staying in and had a little look around a couple of the shops there too. But the...More

Thank Pob390
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Make sure you actually hike the trail to the point. Once you get there it's definitely worth it. The trail can be tough a couple times but bring water and wear good shoes and you'll be fine. The point where the ocean meets the land...More

Thank Scott S
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Recommend trekking down for a nicer view of the sunset. Fewer people there too. Path on the way down is very rocky and dangerous, wear shoes! View is worth the walk. Come around 1730, sun sets around 1830. Sunset was beautiful! It is a must...More

Thank Joel T
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April 23, 2017|
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Response from Hian Kok B | Reviewed this property |
October is the beginning of the NorthEast Monsoon. Rains will be heavier and if there are storms, they tend to be more protracted (may last several days at a stretch). With the current climate change, winds in this region... More
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Lawsinyan A
July 1, 2015|
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Response from Wei J | Reviewed this property |
I went to phuket last november and booked a day driver from ppkk tour. Good services they provide and they can bring you to any places you want. It's about 200 baht (~8aud) per hr but they have minimum hrs. Their van is good... More
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