The race route passes Samila Beach, which is the famous beach of the province, characterized by rocks jutting out into the sea with golden mermaids on the rocks and fine white sand known as “Sai Kaew.”
In addition, there is the old town of Songkhla, a street consisting of beautiful buildings and architecture that retain their original identity. There are Chinese wooden shophouses, classic Sino-Portuguese buildings and traditional Chinese-style shophouses lining the streets of the Hokkien Chinese people.
Moreover, Songkhla also has Hat Yai Municipal Public Park, a place for recreation in the midst of a truly nature, full of shady trees and various types of plants, including a Buddha image on the top of Khao Kho Hong to pay homage for the prosperity.
Patthalung has both natural and ancient tourist attractions such as Wat Khuha Sawan. It was built in the Ayutthaya period and was adapted to be the first royal monastery in the province. Inside the cave, there is both a large reclining Buddha image and a sitting Buddha image.
Thale Noi Waterfowl Park is the largest water bird park in Thailand. It is also a freshwater lake with 187 species of native and migratory birds.
Saensuk Lam Pam Beach is a shady beach with pine trees along the beach of Songkhla Lake, which is the largest freshwater lake in Thailand. There is a group of local Lam Pam fish in this area.
Trang is a province that can be visited all year round and not only has good at the sea, but also has many major tourist attractions, including beautiful natural attractions starting at Kantang Railway Station.
Anyone visiting to Trang must not miss seeing to Kantang Railway Station once. The station is a yellow mustard-shaped building that is more than 100 years old. The Fine Arts Department has already registered such a building as a historic site.
Koh Muk and Tham Morakot (an emerald cave)are the most prominent places in the Trang Sea. It still remains with beautiful beaches and in perfect natural condition. The serene atmosphere around the island is rich with complete corals, there is also a high cliff with an emerald cave in the cliff, inside the cave, a beautiful emerald lake can clearly be seen.
Satun Province has the motto “Satun is of Peaceful, Clean and Pure Nature” (Peaceful, Clean and Pure Nature), with abundant natural attractions such as Phu Pha Phet Cave.
Inside the cave, there are beautiful stalactites and stalagmites, many Roman halls and a wide courtyard in the middle of the cave. Looking up to the ceiling of the cave, visitors will see the beauty of the sparkling stalactites and stalagmites like decorated with diamonds.
In addition, there is a large Ched Khot Cave, 70-80 meters wide, approximately 600 meters long, some 100-200 meters high with very beautiful stalactites and stalagmites,. A large canal was cut through the mountain, it is most suitable for boat trips and cave tours. Later, villagers changed their name to “Tham Sattkhuha” because it has seven crooks.
Pattani province has many interesting tourist attractions such as the Central Mosque of the province, which is the center of religious practice of Thai Muslims in the southern part of the Kingdom of Thailand.
The Mosque is the western style architecture, similar in shape to the Indian Taj Mahal. In the center of the building, it has a large dome and a four satellite domes with two towers on both sides, including the Lim Ko Niao Shrine, which is Pattani's priceless old shrine. Since ancient times, it was established in the year 2117 during the reign of King Maha Thammaracha of Ayutthaya.
Although the shrine has been established for many centuries, with the merits of Chao Mae Lim Ko Niao, this shrine has always prospered and has always been the center of the faith of the people.
Nakhon Si Thammarat province
Nakhon Si Thammarat province has been a city of Buddhism since ancient times and had a major tourist attraction such as Phra Mahathat Woramahawihan Temple, it was an ancient place, a sacred site, a symbol of the province and a mascot of the people of Nakhon Si Thammarat province and Buddhists.
Phra Borommathat Chedi is a place to contain the relics of the Buddha. At present, the Fine Arts Department has announced the registration of Wat Phra Mahathat Woramahawihan as an archaeological site. It is one of the most important places of worship in the southern part of the Kingdom of Thailand.
Another interesting place is a “Khao Thong” view point located at Ban Khao Thong, Lan Saka district, it is a new tourist attraction that Nakhon Si Thammarat province is proud to offer. It has beautiful views and is a place to breathe fresh air with written signs that the weather is the best in Thailand, it also has a coffee shop with a local atmosphere to sit and sip.