There are many places that you must visit in Phuket Old Town, such as:
Baan Chinpracha: a great example of a Sino-Colonial mansion and visitors can get a glimpse of how life was for a wealthy family back in the 20th Century. This mansion was built in 1903 and has been passed down several generations, with its current owners being descendants of the original owner!
Sunday Night Market: Night markets in Phuket are a sight to behold on their own. Often packed with locals and tourists alike, you will find anything from souvenirs, handicrafts, clothes, jewelry, antiques, street food and even pets. Check out the Sunday Night Market located in Thalang Road in Phuket Old Town. It is only available on Sundays (4-10pm) so don’t miss out!
Thai Hua Museum: Located on Krabi Road, you will find Thai Hua museum which is housed in a Sino-Portuguese building. This museum is also recently renovated and you will find an interesting insight into Thai history. There is also an exhibition space and function hall here that hosts amusing festivals all year long, including the famous Phuket Vegetarian Festival. This museum plays a big role in conserving architectural arts in Phuket so be sure to check it out!
Soi Romanee: This road is located at the heart of Phuket Old Town and is named as such because of its romantic vibe. A must-do when in Phuket is to stroll along this road as it evokes Phuket’s interesting history with its brightly-coloured Sino-Portuguese shophouses. There are lots of interesting bars, cafes and hostels here as well as Chinese shrines for prayers. This road further connects to Thalang Road and Dibuk Road, making this entire area easy and exciting to explore on foot!