Old Phuket Town is awash with interesting streets to walk along, such as Dibuk and Thalang roads where you’ll come across a small alleyway that connects the two, called Soi Rommanee. Here you’ll find a colourful collection of Sino-Portuguese buildings, some of which have been converted into bars, cafés and guesthouses. You csn visit lots of markets throughout the week, such as Indy Market on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, Chillva Market on Thursday, Friday and Saturday and Naka Market during the weekend, all of which are all night markets starting from 4-5pm. Lardyai or walking street on Thalang Road happens every Sunday. Head up to Khao Rang Hill for an expansive view of the city, as well as out to sea and towards other islands. It is the second highest hill in Phuket Town where you’ll find a selection of Thai eateries at the top from where you can indulge in a sunset drink and tasty meal. The hill is also home to some rather cheeky monkeys so be mindful of your belongings. Sapanhin Park is also a landmark of the town, located on Phuket Road, Sapanhin is the centre of numerous local activities including the famous Vegetarian Festival, Songkran Festival and all annual events provided by the local government. Sapanhin is also the place to chill for the natives due to its location connecting with the sea and mangrove. Being on the most Eastern part of Phuket, the park is the place where you can capture the first dawn. There are a few museums in the centre of town. The Phuket stamp Museum on Montri Road shows the history of the Thai postal service and collections of Thai stamps that are for sale. The Thai Hua Museum on Krabi Road features a courtyard and garden that displays tin mining tools and machines, but overall explains Phuket’s history on both floors of the museum.