Phuket Fantasea

Elephant Show at Phuket FantaSea

Best time to visit

Friday ~ Wednesday 17:30 – 23:30
(Closed on Thursday)


Phuket Fantasea
99 Moo 3
North of Kamala next to main road


For Show with Buffet Dinner:
2,200 THB per adult
2,000 THB per child

For Show Only:
1,800 THB per adult/child

Transfer from any hotel in Phuket:
300 THB
Gold Seat extra charge
300 THB (closer to the stage)


+66 76 385 111

Inspired by Thailand’s exotic heritage, Phuket FantaSea not only showcases the charm and beauty of Thailand, but also enriches ancient Thai traditions with the wonder of cutting-edge technology and special effects. The result is a stunning 140-acre cultural theme park that has become the ultimate in night-time entertainment on the resort island of Phuket. Created at a cost of over 3,500 million Baht (US$100 million), Phuket FantaSea offers a multitude of attractions not found anywhere else in the world:

  • A shopping street where the accent is on fun and entertainment, coupled with Thai people’s legendary hospitality.
  • The world’s grandest 4,000-seat dining facility where visitors can indulge in the most sumptuous feasts of royal Thai dishes and popular international cuisine.
  • A 3,000-seat, state-of-the-art Theater that houses an award-winning Las Vegas-style theatrical production.

An escapade into Phuket FantaSea is a fantastical adventure into Thailand’s exotic Myth, Mystery and Magic. Unlock your imagination. Immerse yourself in the fantasy that is Kamala Kingdom and be amazed by the marvels that unfold.

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Phuket Fantasea is hugely popular performance involving dancers and a dozen adult elephants. This massive show is set on the ground of an immense theme park located in Kamala Beach. After almost 20 years, the Phuket Fantasea show is still going strong, welcoming million visitors each year. Tourists from around the world enjoy a dazzling performance narrating the legend of Kamala, which in this story is a jungle with a mythical palace surrounded by elephants. The Phuket Fantasea park is immense and designed to entertain you for several hours before the show. You can enjoy shops, shops and more shops plus some coffee shops. A couple of fun fairs keep the kids busy and you might even win a couple of stuffed animals. Of course your have to pay to play the games (on top of the entrance fee) and the prize is probably cheaper than the game but you get the bragging rights. The park is beautifully crafted, designed around Thai mythology and legends theme, with endless photo and selfies opportunities. The restaurant and the main building where the show is performed are particularly impressive.

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