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Songkhla Lake or Phatthalung Lake or Lampam Lake It is the only lake in Thailand that is adjacent to the provinces of Phatthalung and Songkhla. At the bottom of Songkhla Lake, there is a large island, Ko Yo, and there are other islands that have received concessions for collecting bird's nests, such as Ko See and Ko Haa.
Songkhla Lake, is the largest natural lake in Thailand. It is located in the ...
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Koh Yo  is a small island in the Songkhla Lake but is the important tourist attraction of Songkhla. The island, covering an area of 3,710 acres, can be reached via Tinsulanond Bridge The coastal plain is suitable for agriculture, resulting in famous fruit-growing such as a special kind of jackfruit called Jampada. Another famous product is the hand-woven fabric.... read more
Leam Simila This peninsula is well-known for its white sandy beach, shady pine groves, and the statue of a mermaid that is Songkhla symbol. East of this statue is cat and rat sculptures. This is a nice, peaceful beach to stroll along, plenty of benches can be found between casuarina trees. Many facilities such as sidewalks, pavilions have been added to enhance this place as the main attaraction of... read more
Tinsulanond Bridge spans the Songkhla Lake and is part of Highway 408. It is the longest concrete bridge in Thailand, with two parts: the first part connects the coast of Amphoe Mueang Songkhla at Ban Nam Krachai to the southern coast of Ko Yo, this part is about 1,140 metres long; the second part connects the northern shore of Ko Yo to the coast of Ban Khao Khiao, a length of 1,800 meters. It was... read more
Hat Yai Municipal Park The park is full of beautiful flowering plants, with a pavilion in the middle of the pond, avarium, and food stalls. At the foot of the hill near the avarium stands the statue of King Rama V. And at the southern foothill near the boy scout camp stands the jade statue of Guan-yin, the Chinese Goddess.
One of the highlights of Hat Yai Municipal Park is the 35-meter-tall Standi...
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Wat Pha Kho or Wat Ratchapraditsathan  This temple was the seat of Somdet Pha Kho or Luang Pho Thuat Yiap Nam Tha-le Chuet, the most revered monk in the south.
This monk has a story before that the pirate used to kidnap him and when they sailed already the pirates ran out of freshwater the monk soak his feet and the water turn to freshwater....
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