This week's lighthouse is one of the fanciest I've seen - partly because it's also a monument. It was built for the 50th anniversary of the reign of King Bhumibol Adulyadej. The lighthouse is Laem Phra Chao, and I even have a nice map that shows where it is.
Here are the basic stats from the Lighthouse Directory.
"1996. Active; focal plane 94 m (308 ft); white flash every 9 s. 15 m (49 ft) octagonal white concrete tower with an ornately decorated gold top, rising from a 1-story building. ... Located at the southernmost point of Phuket Island"And it's open to the public - you can climb up to the fancy gold top.
Two more pictures below. I couldn't find a lot (one site has several), despite Phuket being a vacation/resort destination and the easy public access.
|This one is real big if you click on it|