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Thanon Kho Sim Bi, Tambon Talat Yai, Amphoe Mueang, Phhuket
The peak of Khao Rang Hill is the great spot to soak up the panoramic views of Phuket Town and beyond, especially from the deck of Tung-ka Cafe where you can enjoy the views together with a cup of local milk tea. Khao Rang is also a recreation park locals usually come to work out in the morning and afternoon time as well as pay respect the bronze statue of Phraya Ratsada Nupradit, the great Governor of Phuket during the reign of King Rama V, who brought Phuket wealth and fortune.
There are two alternatives to go to Khao Rang. The first alternative is from the intersection in front of the district that heads to Mai Luan Road. When you reach the intersection, there will be a sign that shows you to turn right to Khao Rang. Turn right and go along the hill. At the ascent, there is a small shrine on the leftcalled “Sam Se JuHudChinese shrine”which was built in 2001.People like to pay respect to god at this shrine or make a wish for their luck. If you have time, pay a visit there to worship or make a wish for your own good. At the end of the route, you will reach the destination or the other way to“KhoSim Bi”Road.