Jui Tui Shrine, Phuket Overview

Jui Tui Shrine is one of the most important temples on the island. Situated in Phuket, this grand complex features red-washed exteriors and dragons, constructed in honour of Tean Hu Huan Doy - god of dancers and performers. Throughout the history of Phuket, the temple has been serving as a ground base for locals to celebrate the good times and the bad times. While here, visitors can see other equally famous attractions, including firecracker house and fortune sticks.

This temple was originally nestled on Soi Romanee, which was later relocated to its current location because of a fire. The shrine in the temple dates back to the year 1911 and also houses the popular firecracker tower. This temple is also a site for the annual Phuket Vegetarian Festival where participants abstain from meat and indulge in bizarre and quirky ritualistic parades. There are colourful restaurants lined on the streets of Tha Ranong near the temple.

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How to Reach Jui Tui Shrine

Located close to Phuket Town’s main fresh market and next to Put Jaw Chinese Temple, the temple is accessible easily via public transportation.

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