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Deserves more attention

The monument shows us the two sisters: Ya Chan and Ya Mook. Standing in the heart of the busy... read more

Reviewed 21 October 2018
Chicago, Illinois

First time we saw this we were zipping along the 402 towards Phuket. We were intrigued so made a... read more

Reviewed 18 March 2018
Winnipeg, Canada
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21 Oct 2018
“Deserves more attention”
18 Mar 2018
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Tha Rua Junction,Thanon Thepkrasattri, Si Sunthon, Phuket, Thailand
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Reviewed 21 October 2018

The monument shows us the two sisters: Ya Chan and Ya Mook. Standing in the heart of the busy street, it represents the struggles of the citizens of Phuket in rebuilding their homes and their lives after the Burmese invasion. I feel that they deserve...More

Thank KevinAndrew356
Reviewed 18 March 2018

First time we saw this we were zipping along the 402 towards Phuket. We were intrigued so made a trip to take it in on the way back. The significance of the Burmese invasions to the Thai's was a revelation to me and an great...More

Thank SenorGancho
Reviewed 21 August 2017

I first saw this monument when visiting in 1992. The minibus stopped for a few minutes and all passengers got to take a nice photograph. It was accessible back then. Now there are 3 lanes of traffic each side, the Thais manage to fit 4...More

Thank Dan L
Reviewed 1 May 2017

not much to see on this busy roundabout in the middle of the island, but if you travel by road you cannot miss it as most of your travelling will pass by the heroine monument that represent the two famous lady fighter thzat save thailand...More

Thank Patrick S
Reviewed 17 March 2017

you only need to see it once - its usually a traffic nightmare. I would suggest to drive round the roundabout after AM and before PM peak traffic as part of it is closed.

Thank Darlene S
Reviewed 23 August 2016

Nice looking statue in the middle of a busy road. This one always loks very well maintained by the locals

Thank Micko W
Reviewed 14 May 2016

So there are some statues in the middle of one of Phuket's busiest roundabouts. You cannot stop there as traffic is so busy. Have a two second look as you pass it on the scooter or bus and you have pretty much ticked it off....More

Thank TravelGiraffe13
Reviewed 12 May 2016

This monument's story is most impressive, though the monument itself is a little underwhelming given the high regard of the women it celebrates. It's actually a large roundabout and is more a landmark than a sightseeing location. Sometimes closed east/west, it's a pretty frustrating exercise...More

Thank Monique456
Reviewed 21 April 2016

What is there to see? It is difficult to stop and see the monument up close. Way too much traffic, impossible to stop.

Thank AngeGeneva
Reviewed 31 March 2016

It's a bit dangerous to get to the monument itself. It's in a roundabout and dodging crazy Thai traffic is iffy at the best of times. It's a monument to two Thai women that have sadly been forgotten other than this monument. WHich is why...More

Thank Bert T
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