Have a walk through the haunted hotel which will soon succumb to the wilderness of the jungle.
The Peninsula Spa&Resort Hotel could have been a refuge for the romantic couples and people looking for a getaway in a quiet Paradise overlooking the sea. However, it is doomed now, having never opened up shop. The building was left unfinished, and the hotel was abandoned at the final stages of construction.
This could have been the coziest of places — each suit has its own small pool, bathrooms with marble finishings and the spectacular view of azure sea waters. But now it is abandoned and desolated, and you can only picture its former glory by using your imagination. This haunted hotel is nearly drowned by the greens of the jungle.
The Peninsula Spa&Resort Hotel is situated on the coastline, with plain access for all who wish to explore it.
Where to do?
The Haunted Peninsula Hotel
Abandoned and forgotten, this hotel has become a local attraction of its own, surrounded by myth and legends already.7
Location: Phuket 4018 Rural Rd. Thalang, Amphoe Thalang Phuket
Tips and hints
don’t forget to put proper shoes on before walking inside, and be careful wandering the premises of the haunted hotel, as you can find broken glass and construction trash everywhere.
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Try the ruby dessert
This is a wonderful replacement for conventional ice cream — the dessert is served cold, and looks like a real handful of precious stones.6
Ride an elephant
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Try Yadong liquor
This is a very rare and exotic national Thai herb liqueur with a pleasant taste and aroma.7
Try the roasted crickets
The dish for the bravest of the foodies — and a great snack for a glass of beer, surprisingly. Besides, this exotic food is rich in protein and calcium.11
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