Lindsay Lohan has always been proactive on social platforms by sharing exclusive sizzling pictures from her get-aways and vacation trips.
Lindsay, who recently kicked started rumors about a conversion to Islam after posting a photo wearing a headscarf, seems to be in no mood allow them to die down. The Mean Girls actor has reignited the rumors by posing for a photoshoot in burkini on Thailand's Phuket beach.
The Hollywood chic is seen paddle boarding in gentle waves and relaxing on the sand. Lohan's head is covered with the burkini's hood concealing her ears. Her religious costume even during summer holidays has taken Internet by storm.
Phuket: a top summer destination
Well, no matter what, the cool and humid beaches of Phuket Island would give the proper justification for wrapping yourself up even in the hottest summer days.
One of the most sought after summer destinations, Phuket Island is situated in the Andaman sea, along the clear waters of western shore. Phuket City, which is also the capital of this little land-let is also famous for its extravagant beach shopping streets, antique shop houses and busy markets. Patong, the resort town of Phuket, attracts tourists with a number of discos, night clubs and bars. Situated around 529 meter above the sea level, Phuket is the favorite holiday destination for world's top celebrities and elite folk.
There are some very interesting tourist places around city of Phuket. Buddhist temple Wat Chalong is undoubtedly a spectacle to stare at, with a number of statues made of gold, walls resonating Buddhist chantings and monks engaged in spiritual chores. This spiritual abode hosts innumerable international and native pilgrims and culture-tourists a year, making a perfect tourism capital for the land mass.
If you are fond of nature tourism and wildlife photography, Phuket zoo is one fantastic place to be. Visitors are guided to play with monkeys, crocodiles and elephants. Safari services are also offered. Phuket Tiger Kingdom is another wildlife destination along with the zoo. Visitors are allowed to play and photograph with the trained tigers there.