Phuket's Jui Tui Shrine and its adjacent Put Jaw Temple constitute two of the most important religious sites in the town, highlighting the island's unique mixture of Thai and Chinese cultural influences. Put Jaw, dedicated to the Merciful Goddess Kuan Im, dates back over two centuries and is the oldest Taoist temple on Phuket, while the architecturally superior Jui Tui celebrates Tean Hu Huan Soy, the Chinese god of artists and performers. This latter shrine is also a crucial part of daily living for the local populace - a place in which they can celebrate everything from births and weddings to the annual Vegetarian Festival. For a fee of nothing more than an optional donation, both religious structures are well worth a visit.
Note:Got something on your mind? Ask a question at the altar in Jui Tui and use the fortune sticks to have it answered. Hey, it's worth a shot.