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    ‘Phuket City of Gastronomy’ festival underway

    The Phuket City of Gastronomy event is back for the fourth year and being held this week in Phuket Town.

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    900,000 baht to move ‘some’ monkeys

    Phuket’s Governor Norraphat says, “We have studied all the possibilities and issues, such as food and water, to move some monkeys to islands off the coast of Phuket – Koh Ngam, Koh Pa Yu, Koh Mali, Koh Pae and Koh Tanan.” “From previous public hearings we have found that the most critical areas for monkey mischief is at Baan Yamu in Paklok. Local residents have agreed that it’s best to move some of the monkeys to islands, especially the ones that have been prone to violence.” Officials have surveyed the entire island of Phuket and found that there are seven main zones that have monkey problems. Read more  HERE “These moneys break into houses and damage property

  • Vendors hit back at criticism of Bangkok’s Mae Klong market

    Vendors hit back at criticism of Bangkok’s Mae Klong market

    by Kachorn Phonimthai Vendors at Mae Klong, also known as Rom Hup – one of Thailand’s landmark markets – have defended its quirkiness and surroundings after coming under criticism online. They have spoken up to defend the world-famous market after several foreigners made critical comments on a BBC News video clip titled “The train that drives through a market”

  • Michelin Star Chef Andrea Cannalire in Phuket

    Michelin Star Chef Andrea Cannalire in Phuket

    JW Marriott Phuket Resort & Spa is proud to present an exciting Michelin-star dining experience. International Michelin Star Chef Andrea Cannalire has taken time-out from the one-Michelin-starred Cielo’s kitchen to cook for diners at the Mai Khao resort. ‘Celebrity Chef’ Andrea Cannalire will travel from Ostuni, Italy for a four-day visit from 12 – 15 January 2018 at the Ginja Cook and Cucina Italian Kitchen, JW Marriott Phuket Resort & Spa.

  • Siam Niramit. Bringing Thailand’s vibrant history to life.

    Siam Niramit. Bringing Thailand’s vibrant history to life.

    The island has a number of world class attractions that have relied on big investment and a hope that the crowds keep flocking to Phuket.

  • PM heading to Michelin street food restaurant for a test drive

    PM heading to Michelin street food restaurant for a test drive

    The only Thai street-food eatery to have won a Michelin Star, Jay Fai, will soon have an opportunity to cook up some dishes for PM General Prayut Chan-o-cha.

  • Laypang, Phuket’s star croc, has finally started to eat

    Laypang, Phuket’s star croc, has finally started to eat

    The crocodile captured from the tin mine lake near Laypang and Bang Tao Beach last month has started to eat some chicken today (September 29) after rejecting the tasty morsels for a month. The crocodile’s complete DNA test is expected early next month. The 200 kilogram reptile, that remains in the rehabilitation pond at the Phuket Coastal Aquatic Animals Development Centre, is healthy but has declined to eat the food given in the pond until today, making the staff very happy to see it was eating the food.

  • What makes a good rental villa?

    What makes a good rental villa?

    by Ian Macaulay www.AquilaPhuket.com Not everyone who has gone through the process of owning or building a villa will want to rent it out.  Even if you don’t, rentability can have a significant impact on the asset and resale value so it’s well worth being aware of a given property’s potential appeal to the rental market. Here are a few things to consider: Location No, we won’t say this 3x, but it always should be remembered as a major factor. Every location has its advantages, which can range from the mundane – number of parking spaces (for when you want to have a gathering of friends), or accessibility to restaurants as some examples