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Promthep Cape, Rawai

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Enjoy the stunning scenery of Promthep Cape, one of the most photographed and widely renowned locations on Phuket Island. The headland rises from the azure waters, covered in a light scrub with a few spindly palm trees. Every evening crowds of tourists pour off buses to watch a spectacular sunset. Nearby a restaurant serves gourmet food against the dramatic backdrop, and a lighthouse provides panoramic views of the island and also houses several historical maritime artifacts. Make Promthep Cape a centerpiece of your Rawai vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Rawai day trip planning website.
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  • Great views and photo ops and nice place to see sun rise or set. Sight is free to visit and walk around. Recommend to wear walking shoes and bring camera and water 
    Great views and photo ops and nice place to see sun rise or set. Sight is free to visit and walk around. Recommend to wear walking shoes and bring camera and water  more »
  • Amezing million​ dollars​ view, i went there with my friend, popula​ place in phuket, you can enjoy with sunset view, strong windy local food 
    Amezing million​ dollars​ view, i went there with my friend, popula​ place in phuket, you can enjoy with sunset view, strong windy local food  more »
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  • This is one of the best places in Thailand to watch a sunset .. period Here's a tip. Park at the gate before you get to the main entrance and walk around the gate and up the side road to the observation point. It's a lot easier to get in and out from there. There is no fee. There is a trail going down to the very tip of the point that is navigable but remember if you go down there for sunset it's going to be dark on your way back.
  • Just don’t think twice n simply go n see … it’s a beautiful spot. Enough place for everyone to sit n click n enjoy. Come by 5:30 to see transition to sunset which was at around 6:30 and stayed till 7 to see glory of nature. Such a peaceful place for solo traveler like me and even pretty romantic for couples! Lovely.

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