If we can settle down from the noisy beach and savor the history in the quiet old street of Puji Town, the Taihua Museum is absolutely a good place to go. It shows the hard journey of overseas Chinese ancestors to start their own businesses in Phuket. The motto in it is also very thought-provoking (one is priceless filial piety, the other is long, to be grateful to others). On the day we went, there were Chinese school students. Visiting, the children are noisy and cheerful, their faces are different from those of the Chinese people, and they don't speak Chinese, but I believe that the roots of Chinese culture will be rooted in their hearts, and they will be proud of their Chinese descent.
Where it's relatively cold, there aren't many people who know it, but it's worth visiting. The Chinese Museum is dedicated to the history and stories of Thai Chinese. The main thing is to understand the relationship between the Chinese and the island. The Chinese have made great contributions to the development and development of the island. Otherwise, the Thai people will not build a museum for them. As a Chinese, it's worth knowing, especially when it rains, that you can't go anywhere else anyway. It's better to have a good look at history here.
There are many museums in the area, but I didn't realize that Southeast Asian islands are quite suitable for children to come and see. There are more people in Southeast Asia than in other parts of the world. After all, the most mature islands in the domestic tourism market are Palau Fiji, which are more expensive but more cost-effective than Phuket and Bali, which are free. Language at all need not worry that many hotels have Chinese service, local people are very enthusiastic and affordable, the advantage of the scenery is also good.
In the old street of Phuket town, it is not a very big building. If you look for it deliberately, you really need to look for it. In general, the exhibits mainly show the struggle of the Chinese people in the region and even in Southeast Asia as a whole. Tickets are too expensive.