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Songkhla is a city with a long prosperous civilization history. Ancient artifacts are a good confirmation. The tradition inherited from the ancestors is interesting. Tourist attractions in Songkhla provide assorted styles of travel some sea, lake, forest, waterfall, etc.

Songkla province is divided in to 16 districts which are Mueang Songkhla, Ranot, Krasae Sin, Sathing Phra, Singhanakorn, Khuan Niang, Rattaphum, Bang Klam, Hat Yai, Na Mom, Chana, Na Thawi, Sadao, and Khlong Hoi Khong district. 

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There are buses available every day from Bangkok to Songkhla and Bangkok to Hat Yai at the Bangkok Bus Terminal (Southern bound) in Borommaratchachonnani road. The journey will take around 12 hours.

Contact the Transport Company tel. 1490 or www.transport.co.th for more information.

You can book the ticker online via Transport company’s website www.busticket.in.th or www.thaiticketmajor.com as well as www.thairoute.com

Trains from Bangkok (Hua Lampong station) to Hat Yai are available daily. You can choose from ordinary, rapid, express, and special express train. Contact the state railway at tel. 1690, or Hat Yai railway station tel.0 7424 3705 or www.railway.co.th.

You can also book a ticket online (e-TSRT) at https://www.thairailwayticket.com/eTSRT/

Songkhla’s airport is in Hat Yai distric. Many airlines offer direct flights from Bangkok on daily basis. The flight will take around 1 hours 25 minutes. 

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Songkhla is a city with a long prosperous civilization history. Ancient artifacts are a good confirmation. The tradition inherited from the ancestors is interesting. Tourist attractions in Songkhla provide assorted styles of travel some sea, lake, forest, waterfall, etc.

Songkla province is divided in to 16 districts which are Mueang Songkhla, Ranot, Krasae Sin, Sathing Phra, Singhanakorn, Khuan Niang, Rattaphum, Bang Klam, Hat Yai, Na Mom, Chana, Na Thawi, Sadao, and Khlong Hoi Khong district. 

An outpost of the Srivijaya Empire from Sumatra (c. 7th century C.E.), Songkhla served as a port and a coastal trading post where Indian, Persian and Arabian merchants came to exchange their products. The city was named "Sing Lha" after the 2 lion-shape islands at the mouth of the city's lake. At present, these 2 islands are called Koh Noo (Rat Island) and Koh Maew (Cat Island).

An undeniably historic town endowed with ancient ruins and places of cultural importance, Songkhla is a melting pot of Thais, Chinese and Malays, and charms visitors with its unique traditions, dialect, and folk entertainment. These characteristics are reflections of the province’s rich cultural heritage, which has been preserved and passed down from generation to generation.

Hat Yai, a district of Songkhla, is perhaps better known than the provincial capital itself. Hat Yai serves as a southern hub of communication, trading and transportation as well as a gateway to Malaysia and Singapore. In light of this, Hat Yai has gained importance as the driving force of economic growth in the southern region.

Over the last few decades, Songkhla has been rapidly developed and is currently a unique attraction worth visiting. Blessed with natural resources, such as fine beaches, enchanting waterfalls, and a tranquil lake, the province has an abundance of tourist attractions and an amazing number of seaside resort towns. Moreover, the old section of Songkhla still maintains its unique identity of ancient and historical flavors through local architecture and cuisine.

While Songkhla is noted as a fishing community set in a peaceful atmosphere, Hat Yai, on the other hand, serves as the transportation and communications hub of the south with links to various destinations in the neighboring provinces and Malaysia.

There are abundance of places to stay in Songkhla, from hotels to guesthouses. Home-stay which is run by a group of locals can be found on Koh Yor, as it is for sustainable tourism purpose. On the island, tourists can experience the well-preserved culture and tradition. Guided tour, food, accommodations are available as well. Another alreanative for a place to stay is Southern History Study Center.

Moreover, Khao Nam Kang and Sankalakiri national parks, the rich greenish natural attractions of the province, provide camp site and tent for rent for tourists who love outdoor experience. 

Song Khla Lake – Songkhla beach may be beautiful, but Songkhla lake is the one and only freshwater lake in Thailand.

Koh Yor – Or Yor island. It is the island that locates in Songkhla lake.

Southern History Study Center – It is a part if Taksin University and focuses on culture, languages, literature, history and local wisdom of the region.

 Tinnasulanont Bridge – The bridge is the longest concreate bridge in Thailand.

Laem Samila or Songkhla Beach – Not only fine white sand and crystal-clear water but also mermaid statue it has to offer. Various beach activities can be enjoyed here.

Khao Tung Kuan – The mountain is a viewpoint to appreciate the bueaty of Songkhla city and Songkhla lake. Walking up to the top, there is the province’s pagoda you can also visit.

Songkhla zoo – Take a nice tour in this open zoo to meet and be greeted with diverse kind of animals

Old town area – Check out a rich cultural heritage that combines with modern street arts. Taste local food and desserts which some of them are becoming rare to find.

Tone Nga Chang waterfall – Prove it yourself if it is the most beautiful waterfall in Southern Thailand as it was boasted as one.

Nok Nam Ku Kood National Park or Songkhla lake wildlife conservation

Khlong Hae floating market – The market opens every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from evening till midnight.

Hat Yai Metropolis Park – The park provides a large space for relaxation and other activities. 

There are never-miss activities in Songkhla that tourists can do. You can pay respect to the pagoda on Khao Tung Kuan, travel to Kho Yor, enjoy your beach time, then visit the historic Khao Nam Kang tunnel and check out architecture in the city. 

Songkhla attractions offer various kinds of food. Tourist can have a food tour tasting local dishes in the city as well as in fresh market. 

Product with O-Top trademark are recommended. Crafts and agricultural products are also very interesting. The most popular place to find souvenirs is markets in Hat Yai. 

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Songkhla is a city with a long prosperous civilization history. Ancient artifacts are a good confirmation. The tradition inherited from the ancestors is interesting. Tourist attractions in Songkhla provide assorted styles of travel some sea, lake, forest, waterfall, etc.

Songkla province is divided in to 16 districts which are Mueang Songkhla, Ranot, Krasae Sin, Sathing Phra, Singhanakorn, Khuan Niang, Rattaphum, Bang Klam, Hat Yai, Na Mom, Chana, Na Thawi, Sadao, and Khlong Hoi Khong district. 

An outpost of the Srivijaya Empire from Sumatra (c. 7th century C.E.), Songkhla served as a port and a coastal trading post where Indian, Persian and Arabian merchants came to exchange their products. The city was named "Sing Lha" after the 2 lion-shape islands at the mouth of the city's lake. At present, these 2 islands are called Koh Noo (Rat Island) and Koh Maew (Cat Island).

An undeniably historic town endowed with ancient ruins and places of cultural importance, Songkhla is a melting pot of Thais, Chinese and Malays, and charms visitors with its unique traditions, dialect, and folk entertainment. These characteristics are reflections of the province’s rich cultural heritage, which has been preserved and passed down from generation to generation.

Hat Yai, a district of Songkhla, is perhaps better known than the provincial capital itself. Hat Yai serves as a southern hub of communication, trading and transportation as well as a gateway to Malaysia and Singapore. In light of this, Hat Yai has gained importance as the driving force of economic growth in the southern region.

Over the last few decades, Songkhla has been rapidly developed and is currently a unique attraction worth visiting. Blessed with natural resources, such as fine beaches, enchanting waterfalls, and a tranquil lake, the province has an abundance of tourist attractions and an amazing number of seaside resort towns. Moreover, the old section of Songkhla still maintains its unique identity of ancient and historical flavors through local architecture and cuisine.

While Songkhla is noted as a fishing community set in a peaceful atmosphere, Hat Yai, on the other hand, serves as the transportation and communications hub of the south with links to various destinations in the neighboring provinces and Malaysia.

There are abundance of places to stay in Songkhla, from hotels to guesthouses. Home-stay which is run by a group of locals can be found on Koh Yor, as it is for sustainable tourism purpose. On the island, tourists can experience the well-preserved culture and tradition. Guided tour, food, accommodations are available as well. Another alreanative for a place to stay is Southern History Study Center.

Moreover, Khao Nam Kang and Sankalakiri national parks, the rich greenish natural attractions of the province, provide camp site and tent for rent for tourists who love outdoor experience. 

Song Khla Lake – Songkhla beach may be beautiful, but Songkhla lake is the one and only freshwater lake in Thailand.

Koh Yor – Or Yor island. It is the island that locates in Songkhla lake.

Southern History Study Center – It is a part if Taksin University and focuses on culture, languages, literature, history and local wisdom of the region.

 Tinnasulanont Bridge – The bridge is the longest concreate bridge in Thailand.

Laem Samila or Songkhla Beach – Not only fine white sand and crystal-clear water but also mermaid statue it has to offer. Various beach activities can be enjoyed here.

Khao Tung Kuan – The mountain is a viewpoint to appreciate the bueaty of Songkhla city and Songkhla lake. Walking up to the top, there is the province’s pagoda you can also visit.

Songkhla zoo – Take a nice tour in this open zoo to meet and be greeted with diverse kind of animals

Old town area – Check out a rich cultural heritage that combines with modern street arts. Taste local food and desserts which some of them are becoming rare to find.

Tone Nga Chang waterfall – Prove it yourself if it is the most beautiful waterfall in Southern Thailand as it was boasted as one.

Nok Nam Ku Kood National Park or Songkhla lake wildlife conservation

Khlong Hae floating market – The market opens every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from evening till midnight.

Hat Yai Metropolis Park – The park provides a large space for relaxation and other activities. 

There are never-miss activities in Songkhla that tourists can do. You can pay respect to the pagoda on Khao Tung Kuan, travel to Kho Yor, enjoy your beach time, then visit the historic Khao Nam Kang tunnel and check out architecture in the city. 

Songkhla attractions offer various kinds of food. Tourist can have a food tour tasting local dishes in the city as well as in fresh market. 

Product with O-Top trademark are recommended. Crafts and agricultural products are also very interesting. The most popular place to find souvenirs is markets in Hat Yai. 

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Songkhla is a city with a long prosperous civilization history. Ancient artifacts are a good confirmation. The tradition inherited from the ancestors is interesting. Tourist attractions in Songkhla provide assorted styles of travel some sea, lake, forest, waterfall, etc.

Songkla province is divided in to 16 districts which are Mueang Songkhla, Ranot, Krasae Sin, Sathing Phra, Singhanakorn, Khuan Niang, Rattaphum, Bang Klam, Hat Yai, Na Mom, Chana, Na Thawi, Sadao, and Khlong Hoi Khong district. 

An outpost of the Srivijaya Empire from Sumatra (c. 7th century C.E.), Songkhla served as a port and a coastal trading post where Indian, Persian and Arabian merchants came to exchange their products. The city was named "Sing Lha" after the 2 lion-shape islands at the mouth of the city's lake. At present, these 2 islands are called Koh Noo (Rat Island) and Koh Maew (Cat Island).

An undeniably historic town endowed with ancient ruins and places of cultural importance, Songkhla is a melting pot of Thais, Chinese and Malays, and charms visitors with its unique traditions, dialect, and folk entertainment. These characteristics are reflections of the province’s rich cultural heritage, which has been preserved and passed down from generation to generation.

Hat Yai, a district of Songkhla, is perhaps better known than the provincial capital itself. Hat Yai serves as a southern hub of communication, trading and transportation as well as a gateway to Malaysia and Singapore. In light of this, Hat Yai has gained importance as the driving force of economic growth in the southern region.

Over the last few decades, Songkhla has been rapidly developed and is currently a unique attraction worth visiting. Blessed with natural resources, such as fine beaches, enchanting waterfalls, and a tranquil lake, the province has an abundance of tourist attractions and an amazing number of seaside resort towns. Moreover, the old section of Songkhla still maintains its unique identity of ancient and historical flavors through local architecture and cuisine.

While Songkhla is noted as a fishing community set in a peaceful atmosphere, Hat Yai, on the other hand, serves as the transportation and communications hub of the south with links to various destinations in the neighboring provinces and Malaysia.

There are abundance of places to stay in Songkhla, from hotels to guesthouses. Home-stay which is run by a group of locals can be found on Koh Yor, as it is for sustainable tourism purpose. On the island, tourists can experience the well-preserved culture and tradition. Guided tour, food, accommodations are available as well. Another alreanative for a place to stay is Southern History Study Center.

Moreover, Khao Nam Kang and Sankalakiri national parks, the rich greenish natural attractions of the province, provide camp site and tent for rent for tourists who love outdoor experience. 

Song Khla Lake – Songkhla beach may be beautiful, but Songkhla lake is the one and only freshwater lake in Thailand.

Koh Yor – Or Yor island. It is the island that locates in Songkhla lake.

Southern History Study Center – It is a part if Taksin University and focuses on culture, languages, literature, history and local wisdom of the region.

 Tinnasulanont Bridge – The bridge is the longest concreate bridge in Thailand.

Laem Samila or Songkhla Beach – Not only fine white sand and crystal-clear water but also mermaid statue it has to offer. Various beach activities can be enjoyed here.

Khao Tung Kuan – The mountain is a viewpoint to appreciate the bueaty of Songkhla city and Songkhla lake. Walking up to the top, there is the province’s pagoda you can also visit.

Songkhla zoo – Take a nice tour in this open zoo to meet and be greeted with diverse kind of animals

Old town area – Check out a rich cultural heritage that combines with modern street arts. Taste local food and desserts which some of them are becoming rare to find.

Tone Nga Chang waterfall – Prove it yourself if it is the most beautiful waterfall in Southern Thailand as it was boasted as one.

Nok Nam Ku Kood National Park or Songkhla lake wildlife conservation

Khlong Hae floating market – The market opens every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from evening till midnight.

Hat Yai Metropolis Park – The park provides a large space for relaxation and other activities. 

There are never-miss activities in Songkhla that tourists can do. You can pay respect to the pagoda on Khao Tung Kuan, travel to Kho Yor, enjoy your beach time, then visit the historic Khao Nam Kang tunnel and check out architecture in the city. 

Songkhla attractions offer various kinds of food. Tourist can have a food tour tasting local dishes in the city as well as in fresh market. 

Product with O-Top trademark are recommended. Crafts and agricultural products are also very interesting. The most popular place to find souvenirs is markets in Hat Yai. 

Songkhla is a city with a long prosperous civilization history. Ancient artifacts are a good confirmation. The tradition inherited from the ancestors is interesting. Tourist attractions in Songkhla provide assorted styles of travel some sea, lake, forest, waterfall, etc.

Songkla province is divided in to 16 districts which are Mueang Songkhla, Ranot, Krasae Sin, Sathing Phra, Singhanakorn, Khuan Niang, Rattaphum, Bang Klam, Hat Yai, Na Mom, Chana, Na Thawi, Sadao, and Khlong Hoi Khong district. 

An outpost of the Srivijaya Empire from Sumatra (c. 7th century C.E.), Songkhla served as a port and a coastal trading post where Indian, Persian and Arabian merchants came to exchange their products. The city was named "Sing Lha" after the 2 lion-shape islands at the mouth of the city's lake. At present, these 2 islands are called Koh Noo (Rat Island) and Koh Maew (Cat Island).

An undeniably historic town endowed with ancient ruins and places of cultural importance, Songkhla is a melting pot of Thais, Chinese and Malays, and charms visitors with its unique traditions, dialect, and folk entertainment. These characteristics are reflections of the province’s rich cultural heritage, which has been preserved and passed down from generation to generation.

Hat Yai, a district of Songkhla, is perhaps better known than the provincial capital itself. Hat Yai serves as a southern hub of communication, trading and transportation as well as a gateway to Malaysia and Singapore. In light of this, Hat Yai has gained importance as the driving force of economic growth in the southern region.

Over the last few decades, Songkhla has been rapidly developed and is currently a unique attraction worth visiting. Blessed with natural resources, such as fine beaches, enchanting waterfalls, and a tranquil lake, the province has an abundance of tourist attractions and an amazing number of seaside resort towns. Moreover, the old section of Songkhla still maintains its unique identity of ancient and historical flavors through local architecture and cuisine.

While Songkhla is noted as a fishing community set in a peaceful atmosphere, Hat Yai, on the other hand, serves as the transportation and communications hub of the south with links to various destinations in the neighboring provinces and Malaysia.

There are abundance of places to stay in Songkhla, from hotels to guesthouses. Home-stay which is run by a group of locals can be found on Koh Yor, as it is for sustainable tourism purpose. On the island, tourists can experience the well-preserved culture and tradition. Guided tour, food, accommodations are available as well. Another alreanative for a place to stay is Southern History Study Center.

Moreover, Khao Nam Kang and Sankalakiri national parks, the rich greenish natural attractions of the province, provide camp site and tent for rent for tourists who love outdoor experience. 

Song Khla Lake – Songkhla beach may be beautiful, but Songkhla lake is the one and only freshwater lake in Thailand.

Koh Yor – Or Yor island. It is the island that locates in Songkhla lake.

Southern History Study Center – It is a part if Taksin University and focuses on culture, languages, literature, history and local wisdom of the region.

 Tinnasulanont Bridge – The bridge is the longest concreate bridge in Thailand.

Laem Samila or Songkhla Beach – Not only fine white sand and crystal-clear water but also mermaid statue it has to offer. Various beach activities can be enjoyed here.

Khao Tung Kuan – The mountain is a viewpoint to appreciate the bueaty of Songkhla city and Songkhla lake. Walking up to the top, there is the province’s pagoda you can also visit.

Songkhla zoo – Take a nice tour in this open zoo to meet and be greeted with diverse kind of animals

Old town area – Check out a rich cultural heritage that combines with modern street arts. Taste local food and desserts which some of them are becoming rare to find.

Tone Nga Chang waterfall – Prove it yourself if it is the most beautiful waterfall in Southern Thailand as it was boasted as one.

Nok Nam Ku Kood National Park or Songkhla lake wildlife conservation

Khlong Hae floating market – The market opens every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from evening till midnight.

Hat Yai Metropolis Park – The park provides a large space for relaxation and other activities. 

There are never-miss activities in Songkhla that tourists can do. You can pay respect to the pagoda on Khao Tung Kuan, travel to Kho Yor, enjoy your beach time, then visit the historic Khao Nam Kang tunnel and check out architecture in the city. 

Songkhla attractions offer various kinds of food. Tourist can have a food tour tasting local dishes in the city as well as in fresh market. 

Product with O-Top trademark are recommended. Crafts and agricultural products are also very interesting. The most popular place to find souvenirs is markets in Hat Yai. 

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Songkhla is a city with a long prosperous civilization history. Ancient artifacts are a good confirmation. The tradition inherited from the ancestors is interesting. Tourist attractions in Songkhla provide assorted styles of travel some sea, lake, forest, waterfall, etc.

Songkla province is divided in to 16 districts which are Mueang Songkhla, Ranot, Krasae Sin, Sathing Phra, Singhanakorn, Khuan Niang, Rattaphum, Bang Klam, Hat Yai, Na Mom, Chana, Na Thawi, Sadao, and Khlong Hoi Khong district. 

An outpost of the Srivijaya Empire from Sumatra (c. 7th century C.E.), Songkhla served as a port and a coastal trading post where Indian, Persian and Arabian merchants came to exchange their products. The city was named "Sing Lha" after the 2 lion-shape islands at the mouth of the city's lake. At present, these 2 islands are called Koh Noo (Rat Island) and Koh Maew (Cat Island).

An undeniably historic town endowed with ancient ruins and places of cultural importance, Songkhla is a melting pot of Thais, Chinese and Malays, and charms visitors with its unique traditions, dialect, and folk entertainment. These characteristics are reflections of the province’s rich cultural heritage, which has been preserved and passed down from generation to generation.

Hat Yai, a district of Songkhla, is perhaps better known than the provincial capital itself. Hat Yai serves as a southern hub of communication, trading and transportation as well as a gateway to Malaysia and Singapore. In light of this, Hat Yai has gained importance as the driving force of economic growth in the southern region.

Over the last few decades, Songkhla has been rapidly developed and is currently a unique attraction worth visiting. Blessed with natural resources, such as fine beaches, enchanting waterfalls, and a tranquil lake, the province has an abundance of tourist attractions and an amazing number of seaside resort towns. Moreover, the old section of Songkhla still maintains its unique identity of ancient and historical flavors through local architecture and cuisine.

While Songkhla is noted as a fishing community set in a peaceful atmosphere, Hat Yai, on the other hand, serves as the transportation and communications hub of the south with links to various destinations in the neighboring provinces and Malaysia.

There are abundance of places to stay in Songkhla, from hotels to guesthouses. Home-stay which is run by a group of locals can be found on Koh Yor, as it is for sustainable tourism purpose. On the island, tourists can experience the well-preserved culture and tradition. Guided tour, food, accommodations are available as well. Another alreanative for a place to stay is Southern History Study Center.

Moreover, Khao Nam Kang and Sankalakiri national parks, the rich greenish natural attractions of the province, provide camp site and tent for rent for tourists who love outdoor experience. 

Song Khla Lake – Songkhla beach may be beautiful, but Songkhla lake is the one and only freshwater lake in Thailand.

Koh Yor – Or Yor island. It is the island that locates in Songkhla lake.

Southern History Study Center – It is a part if Taksin University and focuses on culture, languages, literature, history and local wisdom of the region.

 Tinnasulanont Bridge – The bridge is the longest concreate bridge in Thailand.

Laem Samila or Songkhla Beach – Not only fine white sand and crystal-clear water but also mermaid statue it has to offer. Various beach activities can be enjoyed here.

Khao Tung Kuan – The mountain is a viewpoint to appreciate the bueaty of Songkhla city and Songkhla lake. Walking up to the top, there is the province’s pagoda you can also visit.

Songkhla zoo – Take a nice tour in this open zoo to meet and be greeted with diverse kind of animals

Old town area – Check out a rich cultural heritage that combines with modern street arts. Taste local food and desserts which some of them are becoming rare to find.

Tone Nga Chang waterfall – Prove it yourself if it is the most beautiful waterfall in Southern Thailand as it was boasted as one.

Nok Nam Ku Kood National Park or Songkhla lake wildlife conservation

Khlong Hae floating market – The market opens every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from evening till midnight.

Hat Yai Metropolis Park – The park provides a large space for relaxation and other activities. 

There are never-miss activities in Songkhla that tourists can do. You can pay respect to the pagoda on Khao Tung Kuan, travel to Kho Yor, enjoy your beach time, then visit the historic Khao Nam Kang tunnel and check out architecture in the city. 

Songkhla attractions offer various kinds of food. Tourist can have a food tour tasting local dishes in the city as well as in fresh market. 

Product with O-Top trademark are recommended. Crafts and agricultural products are also very interesting. The most popular place to find souvenirs is markets in Hat Yai. 

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Songkhla is a city with a long prosperous civilization history. Ancient artifacts are a good confirmation. The tradition inherited from the ancestors is interesting. Tourist attractions in Songkhla provide assorted styles of travel some sea, lake, forest, waterfall, etc.

Songkla province is divided in to 16 districts which are Mueang Songkhla, Ranot, Krasae Sin, Sathing Phra, Singhanakorn, Khuan Niang, Rattaphum, Bang Klam, Hat Yai, Na Mom, Chana, Na Thawi, Sadao, and Khlong Hoi Khong district. 

An outpost of the Srivijaya Empire from Sumatra (c. 7th century C.E.), Songkhla served as a port and a coastal trading post where Indian, Persian and Arabian merchants came to exchange their products. The city was named "Sing Lha" after the 2 lion-shape islands at the mouth of the city's lake. At present, these 2 islands are called Koh Noo (Rat Island) and Koh Maew (Cat Island).

An undeniably historic town endowed with ancient ruins and places of cultural importance, Songkhla is a melting pot of Thais, Chinese and Malays, and charms visitors with its unique traditions, dialect, and folk entertainment. These characteristics are reflections of the province’s rich cultural heritage, which has been preserved and passed down from generation to generation.

Hat Yai, a district of Songkhla, is perhaps better known than the provincial capital itself. Hat Yai serves as a southern hub of communication, trading and transportation as well as a gateway to Malaysia and Singapore. In light of this, Hat Yai has gained importance as the driving force of economic growth in the southern region.

Over the last few decades, Songkhla has been rapidly developed and is currently a unique attraction worth visiting. Blessed with natural resources, such as fine beaches, enchanting waterfalls, and a tranquil lake, the province has an abundance of tourist attractions and an amazing number of seaside resort towns. Moreover, the old section of Songkhla still maintains its unique identity of ancient and historical flavors through local architecture and cuisine.

While Songkhla is noted as a fishing community set in a peaceful atmosphere, Hat Yai, on the other hand, serves as the transportation and communications hub of the south with links to various destinations in the neighboring provinces and Malaysia.

There are abundance of places to stay in Songkhla, from hotels to guesthouses. Home-stay which is run by a group of locals can be found on Koh Yor, as it is for sustainable tourism purpose. On the island, tourists can experience the well-preserved culture and tradition. Guided tour, food, accommodations are available as well. Another alreanative for a place to stay is Southern History Study Center.

Moreover, Khao Nam Kang and Sankalakiri national parks, the rich greenish natural attractions of the province, provide camp site and tent for rent for tourists who love outdoor experience. 

Song Khla Lake – Songkhla beach may be beautiful, but Songkhla lake is the one and only freshwater lake in Thailand.

Koh Yor – Or Yor island. It is the island that locates in Songkhla lake.

Southern History Study Center – It is a part if Taksin University and focuses on culture, languages, literature, history and local wisdom of the region.

 Tinnasulanont Bridge – The bridge is the longest concreate bridge in Thailand.

Laem Samila or Songkhla Beach – Not only fine white sand and crystal-clear water but also mermaid statue it has to offer. Various beach activities can be enjoyed here.

Khao Tung Kuan – The mountain is a viewpoint to appreciate the bueaty of Songkhla city and Songkhla lake. Walking up to the top, there is the province’s pagoda you can also visit.

Songkhla zoo – Take a nice tour in this open zoo to meet and be greeted with diverse kind of animals

Old town area – Check out a rich cultural heritage that combines with modern street arts. Taste local food and desserts which some of them are becoming rare to find.

Tone Nga Chang waterfall – Prove it yourself if it is the most beautiful waterfall in Southern Thailand as it was boasted as one.

Nok Nam Ku Kood National Park or Songkhla lake wildlife conservation

Khlong Hae floating market – The market opens every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from evening till midnight.

Hat Yai Metropolis Park – The park provides a large space for relaxation and other activities. 

There are never-miss activities in Songkhla that tourists can do. You can pay respect to the pagoda on Khao Tung Kuan, travel to Kho Yor, enjoy your beach time, then visit the historic Khao Nam Kang tunnel and check out architecture in the city. 

Songkhla attractions offer various kinds of food. Tourist can have a food tour tasting local dishes in the city as well as in fresh market. 

Product with O-Top trademark are recommended. Crafts and agricultural products are also very interesting. The most popular place to find souvenirs is markets in Hat Yai. 

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Songkhla is a city with a long prosperous civilization history. Ancient artifacts are a good confirmation. The tradition inherited from the ancestors is interesting. Tourist attractions in Songkhla provide assorted styles of travel some sea, lake, forest, waterfall, etc.

Songkla province is divided in to 16 districts which are Mueang Songkhla, Ranot, Krasae Sin, Sathing Phra, Singhanakorn, Khuan Niang, Rattaphum, Bang Klam, Hat Yai, Na Mom, Chana, Na Thawi, Sadao, and Khlong Hoi Khong district. 

An outpost of the Srivijaya Empire from Sumatra (c. 7th century C.E.), Songkhla served as a port and a coastal trading post where Indian, Persian and Arabian merchants came to exchange their products. The city was named "Sing Lha" after the 2 lion-shape islands at the mouth of the city's lake. At present, these 2 islands are called Koh Noo (Rat Island) and Koh Maew (Cat Island).

An undeniably historic town endowed with ancient ruins and places of cultural importance, Songkhla is a melting pot of Thais, Chinese and Malays, and charms visitors with its unique traditions, dialect, and folk entertainment. These characteristics are reflections of the province’s rich cultural heritage, which has been preserved and passed down from generation to generation.

Hat Yai, a district of Songkhla, is perhaps better known than the provincial capital itself. Hat Yai serves as a southern hub of communication, trading and transportation as well as a gateway to Malaysia and Singapore. In light of this, Hat Yai has gained importance as the driving force of economic growth in the southern region.

Over the last few decades, Songkhla has been rapidly developed and is currently a unique attraction worth visiting. Blessed with natural resources, such as fine beaches, enchanting waterfalls, and a tranquil lake, the province has an abundance of tourist attractions and an amazing number of seaside resort towns. Moreover, the old section of Songkhla still maintains its unique identity of ancient and historical flavors through local architecture and cuisine.

While Songkhla is noted as a fishing community set in a peaceful atmosphere, Hat Yai, on the other hand, serves as the transportation and communications hub of the south with links to various destinations in the neighboring provinces and Malaysia.

There are abundance of places to stay in Songkhla, from hotels to guesthouses. Home-stay which is run by a group of locals can be found on Koh Yor, as it is for sustainable tourism purpose. On the island, tourists can experience the well-preserved culture and tradition. Guided tour, food, accommodations are available as well. Another alreanative for a place to stay is Southern History Study Center.

Moreover, Khao Nam Kang and Sankalakiri national parks, the rich greenish natural attractions of the province, provide camp site and tent for rent for tourists who love outdoor experience. 

Song Khla Lake – Songkhla beach may be beautiful, but Songkhla lake is the one and only freshwater lake in Thailand.

Koh Yor – Or Yor island. It is the island that locates in Songkhla lake.

Southern History Study Center – It is a part if Taksin University and focuses on culture, languages, literature, history and local wisdom of the region.

 Tinnasulanont Bridge – The bridge is the longest concreate bridge in Thailand.

Laem Samila or Songkhla Beach – Not only fine white sand and crystal-clear water but also mermaid statue it has to offer. Various beach activities can be enjoyed here.

Khao Tung Kuan – The mountain is a viewpoint to appreciate the bueaty of Songkhla city and Songkhla lake. Walking up to the top, there is the province’s pagoda you can also visit.

Songkhla zoo – Take a nice tour in this open zoo to meet and be greeted with diverse kind of animals

Old town area – Check out a rich cultural heritage that combines with modern street arts. Taste local food and desserts which some of them are becoming rare to find.

Tone Nga Chang waterfall – Prove it yourself if it is the most beautiful waterfall in Southern Thailand as it was boasted as one.

Nok Nam Ku Kood National Park or Songkhla lake wildlife conservation

Khlong Hae floating market – The market opens every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from evening till midnight.

Hat Yai Metropolis Park – The park provides a large space for relaxation and other activities. 

There are never-miss activities in Songkhla that tourists can do. You can pay respect to the pagoda on Khao Tung Kuan, travel to Kho Yor, enjoy your beach time, then visit the historic Khao Nam Kang tunnel and check out architecture in the city. 

Songkhla attractions offer various kinds of food. Tourist can have a food tour tasting local dishes in the city as well as in fresh market. 

Product with O-Top trademark are recommended. Crafts and agricultural products are also very interesting. The most popular place to find souvenirs is markets in Hat Yai. 

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Songkhla is a city with a long prosperous civilization history. Ancient artifacts are a good confirmation. The tradition inherited from the ancestors is interesting. Tourist attractions in Songkhla provide assorted styles of travel some sea, lake, forest, waterfall, etc.

Songkla province is divided in to 16 districts which are Mueang Songkhla, Ranot, Krasae Sin, Sathing Phra, Singhanakorn, Khuan Niang, Rattaphum, Bang Klam, Hat Yai, Na Mom, Chana, Na Thawi, Sadao, and Khlong Hoi Khong district. 

An outpost of the Srivijaya Empire from Sumatra (c. 7th century C.E.), Songkhla served as a port and a coastal trading post where Indian, Persian and Arabian merchants came to exchange their products. The city was named "Sing Lha" after the 2 lion-shape islands at the mouth of the city's lake. At present, these 2 islands are called Koh Noo (Rat Island) and Koh Maew (Cat Island).

An undeniably historic town endowed with ancient ruins and places of cultural importance, Songkhla is a melting pot of Thais, Chinese and Malays, and charms visitors with its unique traditions, dialect, and folk entertainment. These characteristics are reflections of the province’s rich cultural heritage, which has been preserved and passed down from generation to generation.

Hat Yai, a district of Songkhla, is perhaps better known than the provincial capital itself. Hat Yai serves as a southern hub of communication, trading and transportation as well as a gateway to Malaysia and Singapore. In light of this, Hat Yai has gained importance as the driving force of economic growth in the southern region.

Over the last few decades, Songkhla has been rapidly developed and is currently a unique attraction worth visiting. Blessed with natural resources, such as fine beaches, enchanting waterfalls, and a tranquil lake, the province has an abundance of tourist attractions and an amazing number of seaside resort towns. Moreover, the old section of Songkhla still maintains its unique identity of ancient and historical flavors through local architecture and cuisine.

While Songkhla is noted as a fishing community set in a peaceful atmosphere, Hat Yai, on the other hand, serves as the transportation and communications hub of the south with links to various destinations in the neighboring provinces and Malaysia.

There are abundance of places to stay in Songkhla, from hotels to guesthouses. Home-stay which is run by a group of locals can be found on Koh Yor, as it is for sustainable tourism purpose. On the island, tourists can experience the well-preserved culture and tradition. Guided tour, food, accommodations are available as well. Another alreanative for a place to stay is Southern History Study Center.

Moreover, Khao Nam Kang and Sankalakiri national parks, the rich greenish natural attractions of the province, provide camp site and tent for rent for tourists who love outdoor experience. 

Song Khla Lake – Songkhla beach may be beautiful, but Songkhla lake is the one and only freshwater lake in Thailand.

Koh Yor – Or Yor island. It is the island that locates in Songkhla lake.

Southern History Study Center – It is a part if Taksin University and focuses on culture, languages, literature, history and local wisdom of the region.

 Tinnasulanont Bridge – The bridge is the longest concreate bridge in Thailand.

Laem Samila or Songkhla Beach – Not only fine white sand and crystal-clear water but also mermaid statue it has to offer. Various beach activities can be enjoyed here.

Khao Tung Kuan – The mountain is a viewpoint to appreciate the bueaty of Songkhla city and Songkhla lake. Walking up to the top, there is the province’s pagoda you can also visit.

Songkhla zoo – Take a nice tour in this open zoo to meet and be greeted with diverse kind of animals

Old town area – Check out a rich cultural heritage that combines with modern street arts. Taste local food and desserts which some of them are becoming rare to find.

Tone Nga Chang waterfall – Prove it yourself if it is the most beautiful waterfall in Southern Thailand as it was boasted as one.

Nok Nam Ku Kood National Park or Songkhla lake wildlife conservation

Khlong Hae floating market – The market opens every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from evening till midnight.

Hat Yai Metropolis Park – The park provides a large space for relaxation and other activities. 

There are never-miss activities in Songkhla that tourists can do. You can pay respect to the pagoda on Khao Tung Kuan, travel to Kho Yor, enjoy your beach time, then visit the historic Khao Nam Kang tunnel and check out architecture in the city. 

Songkhla attractions offer various kinds of food. Tourist can have a food tour tasting local dishes in the city as well as in fresh market. 

Product with O-Top trademark are recommended. Crafts and agricultural products are also very interesting. The most popular place to find souvenirs is markets in Hat Yai.