Phuket Charity And Non-profit Guide

Guide to Charities and non profit on Phuket and in Thailand




If you are planning to live and bring your family to Phuket, Thailand or you are a student wishing to study on Phuket then below are some direct links to more International Phuket education schools and Universities.. More details



Phuket and Thailand offers expats and people who wish to study or live in Thailand many options of primary / higher education schools, kinder-gardens, classes or courses and Universities to choose from, and with new Thai immigration policies regarding education visas in place, visitors to Thailand desiring to learn Thai or to live / work in Thailand may obtain long term visas and better options. More details


Phuket and Thailand visa guide. Thailand tourist, retirement, work permit and study visa requirements are subject to change at any time. Tourists, students, expats etc should call the consulate for up to date information. If you/your family are simply coming to Phuket for a holiday then most nationalities can obtain visa-free entry, valid for 30 days, on arrival at an International Airport; you’ll need a current passport and a return ticket and that’s it. More details


Phuket offers a wide range of shops and shopping centers to cater for all needs. From the small local mini markets, 7/elevens and family marts where you can buy the every day items to the larger super markets such as Makro, Tesco Lotus, Central Festival and Big C where you you will find everything from electronics, fashion and both local and International food items. More details


Here you will find all there is to know about arriving or departing from Phuket Airport, and also some useful information if it’s your 1st time to Phuket. Things like Airport taxi’s and the true costs, is there a smoking room?, what happens upon arrival, from disembarking your plane, going through immigration and exciting departures etc. We also offer you some information, and reminders, of what to bring/not to forget etc. More details