4 things to do when it rains in Phuket
1. Thai Massage
In Phuket there are several spa destinations that help you to unwind and restore balance of your body. Whatever kind of relaxation you are looking for on your holiday, there is a chance you will find it in Phuket. There are several grades of massage parlors, ranging from street side stalls to luxury day spas or yoga retreats and blissful treatments. Of course, we recommend Mini Massage at Lemon Tree for a great variety of treatment and guaranteed cleanliness.
2. Shopping in Jungceylon or Central Festival Phuket
These two Phuket shopping malls are home to some of the global labels and smaller local shops. Jungceylon hosts two main stores, Robinsons and Big C, apart from other 200 retail outlets. Known to be one of the largest shopping malls in Phuket, Jungceylon is about a 25 minute drive from Lemon Tree and promises an entire day of entertainment with its cinema, 16 lane bowling alley and a range of international cuisines.
3. Phuket Fantasea
Phuket Fantasea is a Thai cultural theme park packed with lots of activities and entertainment. In Phuket Fantasea, you can watch great performances, and also you can check out the shopping center, game arcade, and theatrical safari. But the highlight of this theme park is its famous performance “Fantasy of a Kingdom” show, which is the longest running show in Asia. This show includes traditional Thai dancing, illusion effects and stunt battle scene with a cast of over 400 people, elephants, tigers, goats, and etc. This show is absolutely unique and is something you should definitely see once in Phuket.
4. Phuket Simon Cabaret
It’s a spectacular display of colour, originality and fun. Phuket’s Simon Cabaret has become one of Southeast Asia’s outstanding entertainment attractions drawing a thousand enthused visitors from around the world each evening. A single show runs the entire range of musical theatre from cultures around the world. Extravagant costumes, make-up and sets take the audience from Egypt to Latin America to China and back to Thailand in themed displays of classical dance and song.
Mixed in for good entertainment value, are professional soloists dressed like Tina Turner or Diana Ross. It’s some of the most flamboyant fun you’ll ever witness. The majority of the actors were born in male bodies but are living life as beautiful young women who express their talent through life as a cabaret performer. Jarvey de la Paz is the talented resident choreographer who has trained and rehearsed with the 40 performers over the past seven years. “For many of our actresses, they must take hormones which enable them to look more feminine.