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Outlet Shopping Debuts in Phuket

Category: Tourism, Posted:12 Apr 2009 | 14:26 pm

Premium Outlets have opened a designer/brand name dedicated shopping mall aimed mainly at Phuket's tourist market. Located on the islands primary transportation artery Bypass Road the development looks to give stiff competition to Central Festival and Jungceylon mega malls. . With high profile brands such as Warner Bros Studio, Nike, Esprit, Lacoste, Adidas and specialty lines Callaway, and Titlelist there are a large selection of individual shops.

Jungceylon's owner Phuket Square was quoted earlier this year that the mall attracts 30,000 visitors a day. The islands retail sector gets an additional boost with customers from neighboring Phang Nga and Krabi province as well as a thriving expatriate community which continues to grow back of the residential housing boom and influx of supply.

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Loco Local – Top Phuket Vibes

Category: Tourism, Posted:07 Mar 2021 | 09:46 am Our Thai road trip video series from C9 Hotelworks together with Delivering Asia Communications continues as we bring you a new set of insights into what’s new in Phuket, along with a special visit to Bill Bensley’s magical home Baan Botanica on World Wildlife Day. Buckle up, and get ready to imagine a new set […]
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Trio Of Phuket Start-Ups As We Go Local

Category: Tourism, Posted:23 Feb 2021 | 10:02 am Too often the image of Phuket does not reflect the power of local brands and entrepreneurs who are positively going about their businesses, despite the pandemic. Today we are pleased to present three episodes of C9 Hotelworks and Delivering Asia Communications Thai road trip video episodes that give short glimpses into the people and  innovation […]
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Why Phuket’s 70% Restart Needs Private Sector Support

Category: Tourism, Posted:21 Feb 2021 | 12:03 pm Last Friday I was able to attend the roundtable discussion that was organized by the Phuket Tourism’s Association’s Khun Bhummikitti Rukaengam at the Angsana Laguna Phuket. It was an impressive turnout, that included large numbers from both the island’s public and private sector and Minor’s Bill Heinecke was in attendance. What is now being proposed […]