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Malaysia - Thailand Border Crossing Point is 2 km from national park, from this point, around 23km is Padang Besar, its market where all international product is available in cheap price.Malaysia and Thailand share maritime borders in two segments - in the Straits of Malacca and in the Gulf of Thailand/South China Sea.
There are market at the place that the visitor or the foreingner will...
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Thale Ban National Park The park has a number of waterfalls and caves, and the picturesque lake opposite park headquarters is a popular spot for picnics. 
Thale Ban is a fruitful place to go birding. Over 280 species have been confirmed there. This diversity in foliage provides different habitat for a large variety of birds including the rare Rhinoceros Hornbill, Masked Finfoot, Bat Hawk, Boo...
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Duson Illigation Satun is located in Moo 5 Tambon Khuan Don is the place to store water. This is the iiragation system of Satun where you wull enjoy the beautiful scenery of the place, you will see some flora and fauna this place is good for mountain trekking, and at the steep of the loop there is cave waiting for you.... read more
Kuden Mansion The mansion was intended to be a royal residence during a royal visit of King Rama V to the South. However, the king did not stay overnight here. The building was later used as an official residence and as the Satun Town Hall. Until WW II in around 1941, the building was occupied by Japanese soldiers as their command unit.
During 1997 – 2000, the Fine Arts Department renovated ...
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The building of Central Mosque, Satun is a perfect example of modern Islamic styles. You will find here décor with marble and colorful glasses. There are two parts of the building and at the exteriors of the building you will find a corridor from where you can reach the dome tower from where you can have panoramic views of Satun. Inside the building there is a prayer hall. Then you will fin... read more
Wat Chanathip Chalerm, formerly known as Wat Mambang, was built in 1882, later changed its name to "Wat Chanathip Chalerm" in 1939, while most Satun residents are Muslims.Therefore, this temple is regarded as a gathering place for Buddhists in Satun for more than 100 years.The ubosot that looks strange from the general ubosot is the ubosot of Wat Chanathip Chaloem. The upper floor is a wooden buil... read more
Laem Tanyong Po,Satun is a cape projecting into the Andaman Sea. The picturesque view of this place is surely going to capture your senses. Here there is a fishermen's village and a pristine beach with endless stretch of white powdery sand beach lined with swaying coconut's grove.
What can you see in this place is the long white sandy beach together with the coconut tree planted that makes the pla...
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