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  • Map of Temples in Phuket Town

    Phuket Maps

It's fascinating to discover how many temples there are in and around Phuket Town. Why not spend a day or two exploring them? Use the map to figure out just where these many treasures are - you'd be surprised to find out how many are within walking distance of one another.


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Thai Buddhist temple (Wat)

Chinese Temple (San Jao)

About Temples in Phuket Town

  • Bang Neow Shrine

    Bang Neow Shrine

    The Bang Neow Shrine is a beautiful place of worship in Phuket Town. Founded in 1904, it was originally part of another shrine at Soi Romanee in the Old Town. Read More...

  • Jui Tui Shrine

    Jui Tui Shrine

    Jui Tui is a popular Chinese temple that plays a pivotal part in the annual Phuket Vegetarian Festival. Located not far from Phuket’s main market, it’s a must-see site. Read More...

  • Kathu Shrine

    Kathu Shrine

    Kathu Shrine has shared a long history with Phuket’s Vegetarian Festival & is known as the original home of the festival.The original Kathu shrine was very small Read More...

  • Kiew Tien Keng Shrine

    Kiew Tien Keng Shrine

    This stunning shrine is located in Saphanhin Park and Kiew Tien Keng must be one of the most beautiful places of worship in Phuket. Read More...

  • Big Buddha of Phuket

    Phuket Big Buddha

    Phuket's Big Buddha sits on top of the Nakkerd Hills between Chalong and Kata and at 45 metres high it is easily seen from far away.  Read More...

  • Samkong Shrine (Lim Hu Tai Su Shrine)

    Samkong Shrine

    Nobody knows exactly when this shrine was built. Just that a well-to-do family donated a plot of land and images of Taoist deities to start it off. Read More...

  • Tha Rua Shrine

    Tha Rua Shrine

    If you go in or out of town using Thepkrasattri Road you will notice an elegant Taoist Shrine. This is Tha Rua Shrine, the fourth-oldest on the island. Read More...

  • Wat Chalong

    Wat Chalong

    Wat Chalong has been extending a warm welcome to visitors for over a century. Locals come to pray and Westerners come to learn something about Buddhism. Read More...

  • Wat Khao Rang

    Wat Khao Rang

    Wat Khao Rang enjoys a great location in Phuket Town, sitting on the slope of the popular Rang Hill. This is where visitors can discover a large golden sitting Buddha. Read More...

  • Wat Phra Thong

    Wat Phra Thong

    Wat Phra Thong is famous for a half-buried golden Buddha statue called Luang Poh Phra Thong. Read More...

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