If life gives you lemons, make lemonade, and when monsoon season arrives, go play in the rain
The times have changed and now islanders enjoy better and wider roads to nearly all parts of Phuket.
The restaurant industry has been one of the hardest hit but some restaurants in Phuket have been successful despite the lack of tourists.
As the covid 19 pandemic continues to disrupt life and business in Phuket there are reasons for some positivity amongst the gloom.
Whether you are looking for a bargain or delicious street food, Phuket's street markets are a lot of fun.
Even as a regular visitor to Thailand there are plenty of delicious menu items that you may not have come across before.
Although when you think of Songkran, you picture a vast and colourful water fight; the history of the new year festival goes much deeper.
Traditional local cuisine is strong in flavour and colour with a mix of spicy, sour or sweet dishes. These are some of the best restaurants to sample
The best places to take your little ones for a fun-filled afternoon.
You can't call yourself a Phuket beachbum if you haven't been to these secluded beaches.
The workplace has changed. Why be stuck in stuffy office when you can work from your pool villa in sunny Phuket?
Check our run-down of the best shabu-shabu hotpot restaurants on the island.