Lanta Dente’ approached Phuket Web Media to refresh their website with better functionality, increased search engine presence and a fully responsive design that looks good and works well on every screen size. Using the WPML plugin for WordPress on a stable, premium WordPress theme has resulted in www.lantadente.com leading the competition with a multi lingual, fully optimised, beautifully responsive website ready for the coming high season.
Positive Pain Solutions are a massage therapy and musculoskeletal alignment centre in Brisbane, Australia. Their director Kym Finch approached Phuket Web Media to redesign their website and showcase the services they offer patients in need of chronic pain relief. Their new website is fully responsive and search engine optimised. Using a WordPress theme that beautifully showcases their services this website is one of my favourite in recent months. We set up Positive Pain Solutions with a Google Plus page and got them excited about how to make the internet work for their business. Contact Phuket Web Media to help boost your business and take control of your online presence!
Web Design Koh Lanta Property Management by Phuket Web Media
Web Design Koh Lanta Property Management. This was our 1st web design project for any company on Koh Lanta and hopefully will not be our last. Koh Lanta is growing up, and as the bridge nears completion tourist infrastructure is also maturing. More and more hotels are going up and so too are private villas and apartments, offering visitors to Koh Lanta an alternative to hotel accommodation.
Koh Lanta Property Management approached Phuket Web Media to build them a website that allowed for properties to be listed and managed. With booking engines and responsive calendars for each property, as well as an advanced search function for filtering properties. We think this website really epitomises the power of WordPress. Its fully responsive, WPML ready, and search engine optimised.
Diving Racha Noi – Earth Touch Wild Oceans. This week’s episode of Wild Oceans is from a little known island south of Phuket called Racha Noi. Special thanks to Blue World Safaris of Phuket for making the trip possible. Phuket Web Media film weekly episodes for Earth Touch series “Wild Oceans” Last month we were in the Philippines and this month sees us exploring the waters closer to home – with trips to Koh Phi Phi National Marine Reserve and the clear waters of Koh Racha Noi. Stay tuned next month as we head out to the far east of Indonesia to a new diving destination on Rote near Timor.
We take our cameras inside two Thailand sanctuaries for rescued and injured slow lorises to meet the vets and volunteers dealing firsthand with the consequences of the illegal trade in these threatened primates. They might be some of the most adorable creatures on earth, but that cuteness has put slow lorises at serious risk from the exotic pet industry.
We started this story with some secret filming in tourist destinations around Phuket and Khao Lak, catching the touts that use the Slow Loris as photo props for unsuspecting tourists. Later we travelled to Prachuap Kirikan to meet Edwin Wiek of the WFFT. Here they receive Slow Lorises that are injured or abandoned and do their best to rehabilitate them for return to the wild. Nancy Gibson was next stop on our story and her small but wonderful Slow Loris refuge just south of Bangkok allowed us to see first hand the tragedy of the animal photo trade in Thailand.
Special thanks to Nancy Gibson from www.lovewildlife.org and Edwin Wiek from www.wfft.org for their invaluable help to secure the footage used in this episode of Earth Touch Insiders.
Phuket was shaken out of it’s sleep today at 4:18 am by a magnitude 4.6. earthquake. Seismologists said the quake had its epicentre south Koh Yao, on Phuket’s east coast, at 7.88 longitude latitude 98.51, at a depth of five kilometres.
Social media networks and phones sprang to life as residents and tourists throughout the region were alerted. With the devastating tsunami of 2004 still recent history, everyone here takes earth quake warnings very seriously!
Phuket is in an earthquake prone region and the last earthquake was felt in early march.
Luckily today’s quake was mild and no threat of a tsunami at all. Nepal on the other hand is still reeling from the devastating quake a few days ago with 1000’s dead and many more unaccounted for. The valley of Langtang where Phuket Web Media were filming last year is particularly tragic as this link from the BBC shows……