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New Central Mall’s Tourism Attractions

Category: Tourism, Posted:03 Sep 2018 | 06:00 am

Phuket tourism is no longer just about the beach and one of the clearest signs of this is the rapid emergence of a new themed attractions on the resort island.

Two notable attractions in the new Central Phuket expansion is the Aquaria marine aquarium and the virtual 3D adventure Tribhum.

One of Central’s key focus points for the mall is to tailor facilities and services for a growing number of tourists such as promotional activities, transport and lounges.

Reportedly in news in the Bangkok Post, Central is promoting the new Phuket mall already in Mainland China. 

Themed attractions are rising quickly on the island with the upcoming Vana Nava Waterpark under development and the Blue Tree nearing completion.

 

 

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