Another short, nothing fancy trip. A trip attempting for a highest jump in Thailand and finally I’ve got my first adrenaline rush experience.
For accomodation in Phuket, i’ve chosen Citrus Height Patong. I get it for a good deal at that time which I only paid for S$50 per night for a deluxe room plus, its a 4-star hotel. The facilities are great here, spacious with a rooftop pool and I feel very comfortable here.
Patong Beach is a quiet beach. Jetski and parasailing are offered as a sports here. Just be extra careful when dealing.
Kok Chang Safari, a place for elephant trekking and a chance to feed the elephants with pineapples and watch them having a bath. They can be lazy but what turns out to be is animal abuse whereby their ears are hooked and pulled so that the elephant would move, sad.
Phuket ATV park, take control of an ATV and do whatever stuns you wished to at the ATV park. You could do a wheely, ride as fast as you can and anything else. From the ATV park, you can catch a glimpse of the Big Buddha on the peak of mount Nagakerd.
World Bungy Patong, This is the key reason that I came to Phuket. Standing at 60m above the ground approximately 30 storey building, the highest in Thailand. Get ready for a lifetime adrenaline rush experience and it will be something you will be talking about once you get back home. Nevermind for the rope-burn due to friction of rope against my arm as long as the experience was phenomenal.
Instead of heading to Bangla Road, I’ve chosen Reggae Bar, as a fan of reggae music, every night is a reggae night here. With reggae bars along the up-slope of the hill. It is very quiet place and relaxing listening to Bob Marley classics, following the good vibes.