||Pickup from your villa
||Arrive at Wat Chalong also known as Wat Chai Tharam. This is the most famous temple of Phuket where people worship “Luang Poh Cham” of Wat Chalong for luck. It has a Chedi that contains relics brought over from Sri Lanka. Even so, it is also open to the public and is a popular tourist attraction.
||Depart from Chalong temple to the Big Buddha. This large statue of Buddha is situated on a hillside and can be seen around the island. It was built to be a symbol of peace.
||Depart from Big Buddha to Kan Eang At The Pier for lunch. This restaurant is one of the oldest in Phuket. The location is by the sea. The menu provide here is seafood, Japanese cuisine, fine dining western and local dish
||Depart from Kan Eang Pier to Viewpoint Three Bays. The “Crescent Moon” is a popular sightseeing spot as well as a passion. Expert travelers stop over here before going to watch sunset to watch the sea from a bird eye view or high, the mood and the atmosphere unlike the stood quite beach front view.
||Depart from Viewpoint to Laem Phromthep located at the southern end of Phuket Island. The villagers called the Cape native from the side of a cliff with vertical slope down to the Palm at the end of the Cape rocks. Walking distance to Plai Laem and you can see the island of grass in front of the Cape on the right to see the concept of Nai Harn beach and Laem Phromthep is the perfect spot to watch the beautiful sunset.
||Depart from Laem phromthep to Patong Beach and you can enjoy the beach and food night market at Baan Saan, Juncylon supermarket, Bangla road
||Depart from Patong
||Drop off at your villa