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Islam has had a strong religious influence in the region, particularly to the south of Thailand where Malaysia and Indonesia feature predominately Muslim populations. Consequently, many areas of southern Thailand are populated by Muslim Thais, who have built impressive mosques over the centuries. Visitors to southern Thailand are likely to be impressed by the grandeur and elaborate detail adorning the region’s Muslim houses of worship.

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Old Central Mosque

Also widely known as Yumiya Mosque, or Rayo Mosque, the compound is located to the north of town, further from the Provincial Hall on Phichit Bamrung Road, just before the intersection at the clock tower. This original w...

Pattani Central Mosque

Located on Yarang Road on Yarang - Pattani route in Pattani Mucipality, this is the most beautiful and largest mosques in Thailand. Built in 1954, the construction of this mosque took almost nine years. It is the centre ...

Krue Se Mosque

This mosque is on highway no.42 (Pattani - Narathiwat route) at Ban Krue Se, and is about 7 kilometres from the Pattani town. At present, this ancient venue is near Chao Mae Lim Ko Niao Chinese Shrine. Both places had th...

Satun Central Mosque or Mambang Mosque

Satun Central Mosque (Majid Mambang) is located on Buri Wanit Road and Satun Thani Road in the center of Satun. The mosque was built in modern Islamic architecture style and decorated with marble and colorful glasses. Th...

Dato Mosque

Located at Mu 4, Ban Dato, Tambon Laem Pho, it is about ten kilometres from Yaring District Hall on the same route to Talo-kapo Beach. This old Mosque is surrounded by Islamic community and graveyard, and has been renova...