Suriyadate Fountain, Phuket

Suriyadate Fountain, Phuket

The Suriyadate Fountain is a great place to stop, take a break, and admire the surrounding architecture. It is situated at the traffic circle with the same name at the western end of Rassada Road. The amazing fountain is designed with fish shapes and ''guns'' that spout ever-clean water. Its position at the traffic circle and its unique design has made it well-known among the city's fountains.

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Sight Name: Suriyadate Fountain
Sight Location: Phuket, Thailand (See walking tours in Phuket)
Sight Type: Attraction/Landmark

Walking Tours in Phuket, Thailand

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