Religious institutes in Phuket

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Phuket religious institutions

The Seed Church
Closely-knit family church in Talang District. 48/67 Moo 4, Soi Pasak 8, Cherngtalay, Thalang, tel: (076) 274 975-6, mobile: 084 056 7027, email:, website:

Hope of Phuket Church
Mass: 10:00-12.30 (Sunday); Thai service, English available; Halvorn Hotel (1st floor), Rassada Road, tel: (076) 234 097, mobile: 081 273 3955, email:

Hope International Church Phuket
Mass: 14:00-16:00 (Sunday); English service; 58/69 Maeluan Rd., Taladyai, tel: (076) 234 377, mobile: 081 273 3955, email:, website:

Hope International Church Patong
Mass: 14:30-16:30 (Sunday); English service; Patong City Hotel (2nd floor), near Patong Hospital, tel: (076) 234 097, mobile: 081 079 5761, email:

Phuket Catholic Church
Mass: 17:30 (Saturday); Le Meridian Phuket Beach ResortKathu, tel: (076) 340 480, email:

Phuket Christian Centre
74/123 Phunphon Road, tel: (076) 246 380, mobile: 081 895 7848, email:

Calvary Chapel at the Bridge
International church in the north of the island, with services in Thai and English on Sunday at 10:00; Thachatchai Community Centre, Soi Thachatchai (near Sarasin Bridge), tel: 086 267 1370, email:

Seventh Day Adventist Church
4/6 Thepkasatree Rd., Phuket Town, tel: (076) 212 386.

Islamiya Mosque
Bangtao Village, Thepkasattri, Thalang.

Kwanim Teng (Chinese Temple)
289 Soi Phuthon, Phuket Town, 
(076) 294 082.

Wat Chalong
The most important Buddhist temple on the island. Chao Fa West Road, Chalong.

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