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Hat Yai - Songkhla

Hat Yai - Songkhla Hat Yai (frequently spelled Had Yai) is the largest city in southern Thailand, located near the border of Malaysia and populated by nearly 800,000 Thais. Hat Yai is located in Songkhla Province.
Among other things, Hat Yai is renowned for its outstanding seafood, which is served in various styles thanks to Hat Yai’s diverse population of Chinese, Malays, and Thais. Hat Yai also features a multitude of markets, both local and international in style, and has a festive nightlife, including pubs and discos that are particularly popular with tourists from neighboring Malaysia.
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Nakhon Si Thammarat

Nakhon Si Thammarat Nakhon Si Thammarat, the second largest province in the south, lies 780 kilometers south of Bangkok. Nakhon Si Thammarat is one of the most ancient cities in Thailand. The city is a mix of dreary modern Thai buildings and Buddhist, Muslim and Hindu temples, remnants of the international influences that created this city. With the fall of the Siamese capital of Ayutthaya in 1767 it regained independence, but returned to its allegiance on the founding of Bangkok. In the 17th century British, Portuguese and Dutch merchants set up factories there and carried on an extensive trade.
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Surathani

Suratthani Thailand Surathani is the largest province of the South. Surat Thani is also known as “the province of a thousand islands” -- many of which lay off the coast in the Gulf of Thailand, including the archipelago that contains Koh Samui, Koh Phangan, Koh Tao, and the Mu Koh Ang Thong Marine National Park. Today Surat Thaini is a important export region for coconuts, rubber and rambutan (a red, hairy, delicious fruit that you definitely should try). For most people Surat Thani will be a stopping off point before boarding the ferry to Koh Samui, or travelling further south.
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Trang Islands

Trang Islands Thailand Trang in Southern Thailand is located between the provinces of Krabi in the north and Satun in the south at the coast of the Andaman Sea. With over 46 islands under responsibility, Trang increasingly attracts tourists who come to appreciate their scenically stunning beauty. Most of islands in Trang Sea are less visited, making them the isolate place for those who love to relax in the peaceful atmosphere amidst the spectacular nature. Each island possesses its characteristic beauty and offers the different kinds of landscape: caves, lagoons, waterfalls, coral reefs and absolutely beaches.
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