Sunset View at Promthep Cape, Phuket, THAILAND2 min read
Sunset View at Promthep Cape
This is the place that I always wanted to visit prior to my earlier trips to Phuket. My first trip to Phuket was in 1992 and it was my first ever trip to Thailand. I can still recalled clearly that I’ve visited a beautiful cape and it was during this recent trip, I’ve realize that is called the Promthep Cape.
It was late, and the sun has begun to set. At the time, I was travelling with an Indonesian blogger named Wahyu. We both were anxious and hoping to get there before dark and during our ride, I managed to snap a few pictures of the beautiful skies.
Within minutes, we arrived at the parking bays of Promthep Cape. I quickly jumped out and ran up the stairs with my camera and almost slipped. I kept on running and Wahyu was not far from behind.
As soon as I reached the cape, I began to capture the beautiful sunset with my camera. It was difficult to express how nostalgic it was to come back to Promthep Cape again after more than 18 years!
Natural colours of the sunset.
Another sunset picture.
I was there for less than 10 minutes before the sky turned dark.
The sun set within less than 5 minutes but I was happy enough to be able to capture few great shots. After feeling amaze with the view once more, Wahyu and I had called it a day.
I am so in love with Promthep Cape mainly due to the amazing view and Wahyu can attest to it. Promthep Cape is one place in Phuket I wouldn’t mind going again, and this time it will be with Rachel.
How to go to Promthep Cape:
Most hotels and local tours offer Promthep Cape sunset view tour. Promphet Cape is located at the southern tip of Phuket so traveling there might take some time. Remember to bring your camera or video camera, the scenery is a killer!
2 thoughts on “Sunset View at Promthep Cape, Phuket, THAILAND”
yay! since I haven’t been to Phuket yet… I can include this place in my itinerary the next time I go there with Jenn!!!
Thanks Leo, yes u should. Make sure u plan ur itenary properly near the south before the sunset.