Phuket Town has the least number of museums, one of which is the Phuket Philatelic Museum. Located on Montri Road, the building looks very colonial, most still have the same spot when it was first built. The museum is open Monday through Friday at 08:30 to 16:30.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 to 16:30 Saturday 9:00 to 12:00, Day of the week closed.
Location: Montri Road (next to the main post office in Phuket)
Museum that stood 80 years ago, has three parts of the room. The first room presents various educational posters that inform readers about the history of the post office in Phuket since the reign of King Rama V. Of course, a lot of historic things related in these posters.
In the second room is a collection of telegraph apparatus, machine typist, old phone, and tools other message sender. Here are also available typist tables used in early development. MKA entering this room visitors will get a lot of typewriters and the sender of the message that is diverse.
The last room is a room displaying a collection of stamps. There are at least 1,000 stamp collection since the beginning of this country stands. These stamps bearing the faces of the Kings, famous people, historical sites, and much more stamp images contained in a series of collections Phuket Philatelic Museum.