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Ginger

Ginger

The Plaza Surin

After the success of his flagship store in Chiang Mai, Dane Hans Christensen has brought his original east meet west designs to Phuket. Add some colour to your life with his contemporary outfits in vibrant shades, embellished with embroidery, sequins and buttons. Or, update your wardrobe with striking trimmings including shoes, scarves, beaded bags and totes, and funky jewellery. Men, women and children are all catered for here. Unique hand-painted furniture, velvet cushions, tableware and other decorations are designed to add some Asian flavour to your home. While most of it is designed inhouse, a number of items are sourced from around the region.

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Paul Ropp

Paul Ropp

Laguna Road, Cherngtalay

The Phuket store of flamboyant New York and now Bali-based designer Paul Ropp, stocks his latest creations that are make for great holiday wear. Meticulously crafted in exquisite hand-woven cotton, silks and chiffon, and embroidered using traditional techniques, these timeless designs are a colourful fusion of fashion and art. From shirts and pants for men to shirts, skirts, dresses and pants for women, many are one-off pieces, and are complemented by a selection of accessories such as jewellery, scarves, handbags, shoes, hats, belts. Original, provocative, and relaxed, they will make head turns.

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Drawing Room Studio

Drawing Room Studio

Phang-Nga Road

This cavernous warehouse in the Old Town is a showcase for artist Isara Thaotong’s whimsical art. A Fine Arts graduate from Bangkok’s Rangsit University, he moved down to Phuket where he designed a nightclub and condominium before he deiced to devote himself to art that is wholly his own and not a project where the owner and other people give their input. His body of work is divided into styles, introspective abstract acrylic canvases and quirky black and white cartoon-style art inspired by Japanese manga, most of which feature ‘Peepho’ a cute character he created. While the former are mature expressions of emotions he feels, the latter are illustrations of his daydreams. Most of his works are for sale, and the chatty artist is happy to explain the inspiration behind his art.

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Soul of Asia

Soul of Asia

Cherngtalay, Thalang District

Owner Eric Smulders, whose family owns a large collection of Dutch Masters, has converted two old Chinese shophouses to create a fantastic museum of sorts. Take your pick from art from a variety of Asian artists, International Masters, Buddha images, Chinese artifacts, Dali sculptures, rugs, porcelain objects, wood carvings and much more.

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Lemongrass House

Lemongrass House

Srisoonthorn Road

Intoxicated by the aroma of popcorn, Bob Duchowny gave up a career producing films, to focus on creating lotions and potions to pamper the body. He first tested his products at the Bangkok’s famed Chatuchak Market before bringing it down south to Phuket.

The walls of their two-storey building, constructed from lemon-yellow and lime-green shipping containers, is lined with thousands of bottles filled with exotic fragrances and essential oils. All the products are organic and fresh with a guarantee that they have either been on a tree or in the ground in the last three months. Their range includes after-sun gels, body scrubs, baby powder...

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Mall Crawl

Mall Crawl

Old Town, Soi Bangla, Bypass Road

From global fashion brand-names, local handicrafts, textiles, jewellery, to antiques, electronics, and furniture, Phuket’s two swanky malls stock almost everything your heart desires. With five floors and over 120,000 sqms of retail space, the impressive Central Festival Phuket near the old town is the biggest of its kind on the island. Over 250 specialty shops keep your bags stuffed with wellness products, home décor, sports goods, fashion, food and electronics: Think Aldo’s Jaspal, Zara, Dorothy Perkins, Camel, Lacoste, BeBe, MNG etc. A clutch of restaurants satisfies hunger pangs serving up Japanese, Thai, Italian, Chinese cuisines and much more. Also under the same roof is the giant electronic section, Power Buy, Thailand’s...

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Phuket Weekend Market Naka

Phuket Weekend Market Naka

Along Chao Fa West Road

Located close to Central Festival, this market only open on the weekend is similar to Bangkok’s sprawling Chatuchak market with a maze of stalls selling clothes, shoes jewellery and other accessories, phones, watches, toys, DVDs and CDs, sports goods as well as local handicrafts. This is the place to show if you are looking for souvenirs and gifts for the folk back home.

And since food has a high priority in Thailand, there is whole section serving up one-dish meals, delicious bowls of noodle soups, fishcakes, grilled chicken, local spicy sausages, all complemented by cold brews from one of the Volkswagen vans tricked out as bars...

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