After a short tour of the Mai Khao Beach, Retna and I drove to Sarasin Bridge, which next to it has a really nice seafood restaurant, which I believe is catered for tourists, however, with the reasonable pricing, it is still worthwhile to eat there.
The food was served pretty fast, so we went for a walk after the early dinner so we could catch a glimpse of the beautiful sunset on Sarasin Bridge.
There was a info board on the second deck of the bridge, which I sort of made up a story about the bridge based on the pictures, as the whole thing is in Thai.
However, later when I Google it, Retna and I had a really good laugh about it.
I will not share the details of my interpretation here, you may ask Retna 🙂
We also met a group of cyclists there whom asked if I could help to snap a group picture for them. Of course I would love to.
Phuket main highway, which connects all parts of towns and districts are built with motorcycles and bicycles in mind. This is something which Malaysian government could learn from. Almost every drive I saw many cyclists on the road, be it road bikes, mountain bikes. I am quite sure there are some pretty nice off roads on Phuket Island. By the way, Phuket is famous for its international triathlon events.
Many locals love to visit the Sarasin Bridge for walk, snacks as there are many stalls selling food and fruits. Just like Japanese, Thai is also really healthy in the diet. Fresh vegetables with protein.
Fishing also seems to be a really well known hobby on Sarasin Bridge.
If we are here again, will definitely come for the beautiful sunset.