The historic town of Songkhla is worth visiting for its charming traditional architectural style. The town consists of three major roads: Nakorn Noak Road, Nakorn Nai Road, and lastly Nang Ngam Road (also known as Kao Hong Road) which is the location of the Chinese Kuan Uu shrine. Tourists can also visit an old rice mill Hub Ho Hin and Sino-Portuguese townhouses. Nang Ngam Hotel is a historic hotel embellished with elaborate wooden fretworks. During the trip, it is recommended to have bags or rucksacks at hand to hold your belongings whilst shopping. Read more
Koh Yor is a small paradise on Songkhla Lake, which can be reached by Tinnasulanont Bridge. Situated in Koh Yor Sub district, Mueng, Songkhla, the island has one of the most scenic beaches and lakes in Thailand.
Pay respects to Somdej Koh Yor for good fortune and prosperity. Take some photographs of Tinnasulanont Bridge, Thailand’s longest bridge overlooking the lake. Famous souvenirs to take home are Champedak, a sweet local fruit, and the island’s signature homespun cloth.