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Phuket FantaSea, Kamala

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Phuket FantaSea is a Thai nighttime cultural theme park located on the island of Phuket, in the south of the country. The park covers an area of 60 acres (20 ha) and includes a Thai culture theatrical show, a theme buffet restaurant, and a shopping street. The park was created at a cost of over THB 3,500 million (US$ 100 million) and was opened to the public on 20 December 1998.
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  • Your shuttle will get you there early. Once you get inside it’s kind of like a bootleg Disneyland. There is carnival games to play and lots of fun things to see if you are a child. There is... 
    Your shuttle will get you there early. Once you get inside it’s kind of like a bootleg Disneyland. There is carnival games to play and lots of fun things to see if you are a child. There is...  more »
  • Show is not what it was before It looks like a magision show Act with elefants are not off this time 
    Show is not what it was before It looks like a magision show Act with elefants are not off this time  more »
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  • Ok this comes from a single guy traveling alone.. this place is very beautiful and has a wonderful atmosphere. It is very over priced in my opinion considering you pay for just a single show and meal. The food is good but for a buffet it's nothing very exciting. The dining area is a massive cafeteria with lots of variety but I have a gluten allergy so my choices were limited. The shops were like Disney world and focused on children or fancy ornaments. The show was nice, but I think the kids might enjoy more than the adults... I didn't like that everyone who handled an elephant carried a sharp poking stick to handle the elephants. They also take your phone's when you enter, so expect to just be hanging out if you go in early.. seats are assigned so no reason to rush in. Overall is was a fine experience and I really enjoyed the atmosphere and vibe but nothing to do but shop for souvenirs, eat, and see the show... Personally I felt it was over priced greatly
  • After pandemic, huge crowd and not much notices explaining the process of going in. Reason was we had paid online. Our tickets were preprinted so as to make it easier for us to go in but when we asked the staff at entrance, we were just told to join the queue of 4 rows of about 150 to 200 people in a long twisting ticketing queue. All notices just showed ticket prices. I seriously think management should have separate lanes for those who already paid just need to redeem the actual physical tickets and those who walk in. Buffet food is normal hotel food but quite tasty and well cooked. Variety not a lot. Segregated into Chinese-Thai, Indian, Western (only pasta! ) and Muslim. No Korean or Japanese food. Show is quite amazing with trapeze acts, magic show, culture show, and the best part, elephants (of course), buffaloes, even goats, chickens, and birds going on stage from one side and exiting the other side by themselves! Truly amazing! & one Tiger emerging from a magic box and exiting from the stage to back stage! Staff were very friendly, welcoming and thanking (on way out).

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