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Chumphon Province And Thailand Tourist Attractions
Chumphon Province Tourist Attractions
   Chumphon province is located on the Isthmus of Kra which connects the Malay Peninsula with the mainland Thailand. Chumphon province is divided into 8 districts which are further subdivided into 70 communes and 674 villages. Within Chumphon province are two towns, Chumphon and Lang Suan, and 12 townships.More...

Nakhon Si Thammarat Province And Thailand Tourist Attractions 
Nakhon Si Thammarat Tourist Attractions
      Nakhon Si Thammarat province is one of the southern provinces of Thailand located on the eastern shore of the Gulf of Thailand. The province’s name comes from its Pali name “Nagara Sri Dhammaraja” meaning the City of the Sacred Dharma King and when pronounced in Thai it becomes Nakhon Si Thammarat. More...

 


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Phang Nga Province And Thailand Tourist Attractions
Phang Nga Province And Thailand Tourist Attractions

Phang Nga province is located on the west side of the Malay Peninsula and includes many islands situated in the Phang Nga Bay. The most famous of these islands is the James Bond Island, which is a needle-form limestone rock and was featured in the James Bond movie The Man with the Golden Gun.More...


Phatthalung Province And Thailand Tourist Attractions
Phatthalung Province And Thailand Tourist Attractions

Phatthalung province is situated in south of Thailand on the Malay Peninsula. It is nearly 840 kilometers from Bangkok and is divided into 11 districts which are further subdivided into 65 subdistricts and 626 villages.

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Ranong And Thailand Tourist Attractions
Ranong And Thailand Tourist Attractions

Ranong is one of the southern provinces of Thailand located on Isthmus of Kra. This isthmus is a narrow strip of land that connects the Malay Peninsula to mainland Thailand. Ranong is famous for getting the most rainfall in Thailand with the rainy season lasting for nearly 8 months.More...


Satun Province And Thailand Tourist Attractions
Satun Province And Thailand Tourist Attractions

Satun is actually a corruption of the Malay word for Mangosteen tree. The original Malay word is Setul. The Satun province is located on the Malay Peninsula and is separated from Songkhla Province by the Nakhon Si Thammarat mountain range.

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Songkhla Province And Thailand Tourist Attractions
Songkhla Province And Thailand Tourist Attractions

Songkhla province is a province of Thailand located in the southern part of the country. It is some 950 kilometers from Bangkok. Although Songkhla town is capital of the province, it is not the largest city. Hat Yai city is twice as big as Songkhla and better known as it is the gateway for Malaysian and Singaporean tourists to enter Thailand.

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Surat Thani Province And Thailand Tourist Attractions
Surat Thani Province And Thailand Tourist Attractions

Surat Thani is the largest province in southern Thailand. Surat Thani literally means City of the Good People and it was the seat of the Srivijaya Empire.More...


Trang And Thailand Tourist Attractions
Trang And Thailand Tourist Attractions

Trang province is famous of its beautiful islands, white sandy beaches and abundant coral reefs. Trang province is located in the southern part of Thailand, at the western shore of Andaman Sea.

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Yala And Thailand Tourist Attractions
Yala And Thailand Tourist Attractions

Yala is the southernmost province of Thailand and it is divided into 8 districts which are further subdivided into 56 communes and 341 villages.

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