Most reviewed Monuments & Statues in Phuket


  1. 3.5 Tsunami Memorial Park (262 reviews)
    - 1 minute silence
    Points of Interest & Landmarks • Monuments & Statues
    Tsunami Memorial Park image
    this was a somber place to visit for the people that died during the tsunami many years ago. The while family held 1 minute silence as respect See more..
  2. 4.0 Krom Luang Chumpon Monument (6 reviews)
    - The Father of Thai Navy!
    Monuments & Statues
    Krom Luang Chumpon Monument image
    The monument of Prince Chumphon is also known as Prince Chumphon Shrine & Memorial and Krom Luang Chumphon Khet Udomsak Royal Palace. It is dedicated to the twenty-eighth child of king Rama V who was named Kiartiwongsehe Abhakara. He was born on 19th December 1880. He became an Admiral and because of his reforms he was deemed the father of Thai Navy. Monuments and memorials in his honor can be seen throughout Thailand. He also practiced medicine and mysticism, and some people believe he one of the 108 deities. The locals pay regular tribute of flowers and candles to his statue. You can also visit the tiny little museum dedicated to the Admiral and see a 68 metre torpedo boat. See more..
  3. 4.0 Chinese Temple - Big Buddha (2 reviews)
    - Small Temple near big Buddha
    Friday: 6:00 AM - 7:00 PM Spent < 1 hour Points of Interest & Landmarks • Religious Sites • Monuments & Statues
    Chinese Temple - Big Buddha image
    Friday 14th February we were on a tour of the sights and Landmarks of Phuket and a visit to Big Buddha was on the itinerary. This small brightly coloured Temple is situated, on the left hand side, of the walkway leading to the Big Buddha. There are a number of golden statues lined up against a vibrant red colour wall. Worth spending a few minutes here. See more..