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Phra That Sawi is the other Phra That Chedi in the area of Sawi, housing relics of Lord Buddha. This of course being a much older site here, which goes back to the times of King Sri Thammasokarat. The Chedi is enclosed by a wall with gates and a bell tower and the cloister is lined with seated Buddha images. Another beautiful white Buddha image called Phra Suphan Rangsi is located just outside the... read more
Wat Phra Mahathat Woramahawihan is located on Ratchadamnoen Road in Tambon Nai Mueang. This is a royal temple of the first class. Formerly named Wat Phra Borom That, this is one of the most important historical sites in southern Thailand and in all of Thailand. According to the legend of Phra Borom That Nakhon Si Thammarat, Prince Thanakuman and Queen Hem Chala brought Buddha relics to Hat Sai Kae... read more
North of Khao Lak beach in Tambon Bang Muang, this beach does not match that of Khal Lak, though it features a long strip of fine white sand shaded by casuarina trees. A popular spot for picnics with locals, there are a number of seafood stalls set up and limited accommodation available. Its key characteristics are: white sand, clean, long curve beach, not too steep, good to swim. Road is along to... read more
Phu Khao Ya Grass Hill The hill supports walking paths and it also provides a good place to take in views of surrounding Ranong whilst having a picnic. 
Ranong, is something of an anomaly as it is completely treeless, being covered instead by a thick blanket of grass. Numerous walking trails and good vantage points offering unbroken views of the countryside make this hill the most popular in ...
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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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Ko Kao Yai is essentially a sculptural work of nature, similar to rock castle which has a natural bridge protruding into the sea, whereby, during the low tide, boats can be rowed through. There is also a bay on this island called Ao Kam Pu with small falls and creeks. Ao Kam Pu is rather calm with no waves all year round and during the lowest tide, coral reefs and marine life will be very visible ... read more
Phra Borom That Chaiya Located some 4 kilometres northeast of Suan Mok, and 1 kilometre from Chaiya railway station, this elaborately restored and revered pagoda is believed to be more than 1,200 years old. It is also the symbol of the province the temple serve for religious puposes among the Bhuddist ... read more

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